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Great Holiday Events in Frisco
The 2018 holiday season is upon us, and it’s a great time to celebrate with your family, friends, and neighbors at one of the many festive holiday events taking place in and around Frisco.
Frisco’s 14th Annual Christmas in the Square
November 25 to January 1
6 PM to 10 PM
The largest choreographed lights and music display in North Texas, featuring 175,000 lights and snow flurries every 15 minutes, begins nightly at 6 PM.
Along with the amazing lights and scenery, this Frisco holiday event features an outdoor ice skating rink, carriage rides, a Christmas tree lot, and much more.
The light and music show is free for everyone, but some activities do require a fee.
There will also be a Grand Opening event held on November 23, from 5 PM to 10 PM. On this evening only, you can enjoy watching Santa and his elves parachute in at 5 PM.
Merry Main Street
Saturday, December 3
5 PM to 9 PM
George A. Purefoy Municipal Center
As the Christmas season gets underway, get into the spirit at Frisco’s Merry Main Street. This family-oriented holiday event features the lighting of the City of Frisco Christmas Tree in front of the George A. Purefoy Municipal Center.
Santa will be arriving by way of live reindeer, and there will be carriage rides available for a fee.
Merry Main Street is a free event, with charges for certain activities only.
Frisco RoughRiders Winter Wonderland
4 PM to 10 PM
Toys for Tots and the Frisco RoughRiders are hosting the annual Winter Wonderland, which features the following family holiday activities:
- The Vocal Magic Carolers
- Visits from Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus
- Classic Christmas movies shown on the ballpark video board
The event is free for the entire family.
Not Feeling the Holiday Spirit?
Late fall and early winter present a number of opportunities to celebrate the holidays at one of the many events going on in Frisco.
If you’re not feeling up to celebrating this season by getting out to participate in the merriment, it might be time to look into the possibility you’re suffering from low testosterone.
Chronic fatigue, irritability, and mild depression — the common symptoms of hormone imbalances — can take all the enjoyment out of the festivities.
Testosterone Centers of Texas (TCT) offers a free consultation to anyone concerned about low testosterone or hormone imbalances, and our Frisco clinic welcomes walk-in inquiries at any time.
Feel free to drop by our Frisco clinic and take your first steps toward enjoying the holiday season and all its amazing events.