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Top 10 wonderfully winter THINGS TO DO


1. APPRECIATE THE ARTS

Visit Blue House Too now through Feb. 25 to see the “Come Together” exhibit and interactive art program in celebration of Black History Month. 

2. RACK UP SOME MILES AT THE ALLEN EAGLE RUN, MARCH 3


Keep up with those resolutions and get active this winter. Lace up your sneakers and sign up now for the 10th Annual Allen Eagle Run.


3.

CHEER FOR THE CHAMPS, ALLEN AMERICANS 

Score a seat close to the action as the Allen Americans chase another championship. Whether you want to talk smack from the comfort of a suite or ring your cowbell rink-side, Allen Event Center has the right seat for you.
   

4.  SHARPEN YOUR SKILLS ON THE ICE

Embrace the atmosphere and hit the ice at Allen Community Ice Rink. The perfect option for family fun night.

5. SNAG A SPOON AND ENJOY SOME SOUP

Some things just go good together, like winter weather and warm soup. Stop by Bonnie Ruth’s for a delicious bowl of French Onion or look yonder at our yummy directory of restaurants serving up scrumptious soups to warm your soul.

6. LIVE IT UP WITH LIVE MUSIC

From Bar Louie to Firewater Kitchen & Bar, you can catch some toe-tapping-live-music when you visit us. Check our calendar to see what's coming up! 

7. 

WET YOUR WHISTLE WITH WINTER LIBATIONS 

We've got some exceptionally luscious libations. When you're ready to warm up with a well-deserved cocktail, check out the complete list of bars we have around town to see where to get your sip


8. upgrade YOUR WINTER WARDROBE

Cardigans. Pullovers. Cashmere. Wool. Indulge in your need for knits at one of our premiere shopping destinations.

​9. enjoy A Warm Beverage

There’s just something about sipping a warm beverage in the winter time. We’ve got several cafes that make for the perfect setting to do just that. Check out our restaurant directory and go to the coffee section! 

10. wind DOWN WITH A WINTER WALK

Your boots were made for walkin’ right? So, put them to use and wake up your senses with the winter air on our trails.