Coppell Arts Center
Make & Take Crafts
Saturday, June 3
Stop by anytime between 9 am to 12 pm to create your craft. Kids will receive a do-it-yourself craft kit that they can assemble and customize at art stations inside the Coppell Arts Center. A parent must accompany all children at all times. This is a free event.
Paint & Sip: Coastal Lighthouse
Wednesday, June 21
Paint & Sips are a fun way to create memories and masterpieces. Bring your friends or significant other to wine up and then wind down during a two-hour painting class. Participants are provided all the tools necessary to create their project. Beer and wine available for purchase.
The Hit Men: Classic Rock Supergroup
Saturday, June 24
Relive Rock’s greatest hits with The Hit Men – five fantastic musicians who have shared the stage with legendary artists, including members of Foreigner, Cheap Trick, Wings, Alan Parsons, Billy Joel, Sting, Elton John, Journey, The Who and Cream. In this Ultimate Rock Concert, The Hit Men celebrate their associations with these mega-stars, share their first-hand experiences as eyewitnesses to rock history, and perform classic hits you know and love.
Coppell Arts Center
Monday, June 5 – Friday, August 4
Different theme every week all summer! Materials included with ticket purchase. Parents are welcome to drop off their child or stay during the class in the Arts Center in the Vari Studio Workspace.
City of Coppell
Tuesday, May 30 – Friday, August 11
Camp Do-It-All is an award-winning day camp program designed for boys and girls ages 6 to 12 years old. Hours are 7 am to 6 pm to accommodate working parents. Camp Do-It-All provides a variety of activities that stimulate creativity, entertainment, teamwork, and good sportsmanship.
Coppell Community Chorale
Monday, June 12 – Friday, June 16
Sing Broadway is a week long summer camp that serves rising 3rd-8th graders with a week full of games, singing and dancing Broadway show tunes. Campers will learn songs and choreography from kid-friendly Broadway shows taught by Coppell Children’s Chorus Directors and volunteers.
Father’s Day at Heritage Park, Coppell Historical Museums
Saturday, June 17 from 10 am – 1 pm
Snap a memory-saving photo of Dad with two vintage automobiles – a 1929 Ford and a 1964 Corvette. Children will make Father’s Day cards with various stamps, stickers, and colors to design a special card for Dad. Dad and children will be treated to snow cones to celebrate this important day.
City of Coppell
Saturday, July 1 – Tuesday, July 4
Coppell celebrates Independence Day with one of the biggest FREE family-friendly events in DFW!
SUNSET SOCIALS: MUSIC IN OLD TOWN
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30
Everyone is invited to enjoy an evening of live music in Old Town – with food trucks to satisfy your cravings.
Saturday, October 7
Kaleidoscope highlights the diversity and unique aspects of the Coppell community through a display of art, culture, music, and more. This year’s daytime event will feature a variety of activities, performances, and artisan vendors to appeal to everyone! For tastes around the world, a diverse array of lunch options will be available for purchase from food vendors.
Imagine, Discover, Engage, and Achieve in an environment that cultivates curiosity, collaboration, and creativity. The City’s public library offers programs of interest to all ages.
Wagon Wheel Tennis and Pickleball Center
Wagon Wheel Tennis and Pickleball Center offers 12 lighted tennis courts and up to 12 pickleball courts for programming and reservations. It has a phenomenal staff of instructors available for group, private, and semi-private lessons for youth and adults. Plus leagues and camps!
Biodiversity Education Center
The Biodiversity Education Center (BEC) creates an approachable bridge to the outdoors through natural space, the Nature Explore Area, and hands-on environmental education programs. Participants in education programs develop a deeper connection to their environment as they learn about local flora, fauna, natural processes, and sustainability issues.
Coming Up in 2023…
Holiday Parade & Tree Lighting
Saturday, December 2
Join us at Coppell’s annual kick-off to the holiday season! The lighted parade features beautifully decorated floats built by local groups and businesses. Find a spot along the parade route and watch for the top 3 “Best Decorated” floats and pick your favorites as the floats go by. After the parade, head to Andrew Brown Park East for more holiday fun. The crowd will countdown to the lighting of the 65-foot tree.