Weathercasters are reporting that two big fronts are headed this way. One is coming up from the Gulf of Mexico and the other is moving from Mexico. The result is that the two fronts are meeting up in North Texas to party-hearty starting Friday. This situation has area high school coaches concerned about the possible unfriendly skies for Friday night lights. Some are moving their games to Thursday night.
On the other hand, the Dallas Arboretum’s scheduled activities are going to carry on regardless.
According to Arboretum’s Terry Lendecker, the Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden’s fifth birthday party will happen come rain or shine starting at 5:30 p.m. on Friday with a “celebratory birthday cake cutting with Chairman of the Board Mark Wolf, and other Children’s Adventure Garden founders (first come, first served).” Another plus for the celebration? Children’s Garden admission for this weekend is free with paid general admission.
Also taking place on Friday at the Arboretum is the North Texas Food Bank’s Harvest. It’s still on, too! A spokesperson for the fundraising graze-athon reported that while the VIP reception will take place at the Camp House, the main event will be on the nearby grounds under a tent.
Let’s hope weather guessers are off base and all this worry was for naught?
* Graphic courtesy of North Texas Food Bank