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    Join the biggest salute in Texas to German culture and sausage with plenty of food, dancing, and carnival rides.
    Fri.-Sun., Nov. 4-13
    New Braunfels
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    In the first reinstallation of the collection galleries since it opened in 2019, Ruby City will present an exhibit of artwork from the Linda Pace collection by national and international artists.
    Through July 30, 2023  
    Ruby City, San Antonio
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    Friends of the Library Book Sale

    There’ll be all genres of books for all kinds of readers for sale by the shopping bag.
    Sat.-Sun., Nov. 12-13. Free.
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    Ground Zero 360 Remembrance Exhibit

    More than 70 artists, painters, and sculptors contributed to this powerful exhibit remembering the terrorist attack on 9/11 including photographs taken from the streets of New York City.
    Sept. 12, 2022-Jan. 31, 2023
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    Scottish Gathering and Highland Games

    Join the men in skirts for a weekend of all things Scottish from Celtic food and dancing to bagpipes and athletics.
    Fri.-Sun., Nov. 11-13
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    Texas Renaissance Festival

    With 55 acres of shows, shops, food, and fun, this is the largest Renaissance festival in the country and the biggest weekend party in Texas.
    Sat.-Sun., Oct. 8-Nov. 27
    Todd Mission
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    Trains at NorthPark

    Presented by Bank of Texas, this 35-year holiday family tradition has become a favorite for generations of Dallasites and includes 1,600 feet of track rolling from coast to coast on a whimsical rail journey across America. All ticket proceeds benefit Ronald McDonald House of Dallas.
    Nov. 12-Jan. 6. Mon.-Sat., 10am-8pm; Sun., noon-6pm; hours vary for holidays. $5-10.  
    NorthPark Center, 8687 N. Central Expressway, Dallas

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