With spring break winding down and summer still a couple of months away, it’s no time to live a ho-hum life. In addition to luncheons and evening get-togethers to support area non-profits, there’s also North Texas’ very own Six Flags Over Texas.
Since it opened in 1961, it has grown well beyond what anyone, even its founder Angus Wynne Jr., might have expected. While Casa Magnetica, Chaparral Antique Cars and Boomtown Depot are still there after 50 years, the La Salle’s River Adventure , Astrolift and Skull Island have long ago been replaced by Justice League: Battle For Metropolis, Texas Sky Screamer , La Fiesta De Las Tazas and Harley Quinn Spinsanity.
Because of these new state-of-the-art adventures as well as the live shows, shops and restaurants, it’s typical for folks to wait in long lines for their turn at being thrilled.
But on Friday, April 1, the Women’s Auxiliary to Children’s Medical Center Dallas is providing the opportunity — Family Night At Six Flags — to take in the 212-acre fun facility at a private night from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. for the whole family. Available online and at area Tom Thumbs, tickets are going for $40 with proceeds benefiting Children’s Health. And sponsorships can be snapped up here!
* Photo courtesy of Women's Auxiliary To Children's Medical Center Dallas