2018 Holiday Events in Hurst

Located between Dallas and Fort Worth, Hurst offers amazing opportunities to attend many local events without driving too far outside of either city.

This year will be no exception, with a wide variety of events providing indoor and outdoor fun for all ages.

A Christmas street display of illuminated stars and angels in a row, possibly decorating one of the many holiday events in Hurst.

Hurst Christmas Tree Lighting

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

5:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Hurst Conference Center

1601 Campus Drive

Hurst, TX 76054

Hurst’s most famous annual holiday event returns again this year. You can celebrate the season with family, friends, and neighbors by attending the Christmas-themed activities, pictures with Santa, and a fireworks display, all in addition to the Christmas Tree Lighting itself.

The event’s activities include the following:

  • Snow tubing hill and kiddie hill
  • Rudolph’s reindeer game area
  • Santa’s workshop with hands-on crafts
  • Toy drive drop off
  • Santa’s Christmas Marketplace — purchase ornaments and holiday decor
  • Strolling entertainment and costumed characters
  • Petting zoo
  • Face painting
  • Musical performances by local elementary schools
  • Food court featuring Hurst restaurants

Entrance to the event is free, with food, drink, crafts, and other holiday goods for sale.

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Southlake Style’s Screening of The Grinch

Sunday, November 18, 2018

2:30 PM to 4:00 PM

Harkins Theatre Southlake 14

1450 Plaza Place

Southlake, TX 76092

Just down the road from Hurst, you can join Southlake Style for a special private screening of Dr. Seuss’s Christmas classic, The Grinch. The event will take place courtesy of Harkins Theater Southlake 14.

All proceeds and unwrapped toys donated that evening will go to GRACE Christmas Cottage. Seats are limited — click the button for ticket availability and purchase.

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New Year’s Celebration at Viridian (Arlington)

Saturday, December 29th or Monday, December 31st, 2018

7 PM to 12:30 AM

Lakeview Event & Conference Center at Viridian

Commodore Ballroom & Great Lawn

1200 Viridian Park Lane

Arlington, TX 76005

Just south of Hurst, there will be a 1920s-themed New Years Party featuring Ricki Derek and His Big Band.

Choose from 2 dates to celebrate at this unique New Year celebration.

Cocktails, photos and appetizers will take place in the Commodore Ballroom, followed by dining and dancing in the fabulous tented Great Lawn.

1920’s attire is encouraged, and black ties are optional. Click the button for more information on the menu and ticket prices.

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Feel Like You’re Missing Out This Holiday Season?

Sometimes we don’t feel like getting out into the hustle and bustle of the holiday, no matter how many awesome events our community has to offer.

Sometimes fatigue has us feeling down.

Sometimes mild depression or anxiety keeps us at home.

A question you might ask yourselves is, “Has this been going on for awhile?”

If the answer is yes, you should be aware that these are common symptoms of low testosterone.

Low T could be damaging your quality of life.

If low testosterone is the source of your trouble, treatment is available that could have you back into the holiday spirit and back to feeling like yourself again.

Does that sound like an improvement?

If the answer is yes again, then we’d like you to know that Testosterone Centers of Texas has a clinic in Hurst that’s available to help you take the first steps towards a full life again.

Your first consultation is free. You can schedule it here.

Walk-ins to the Hurst Clinic (or any of our other 4 locations) are always welcome.

We know that the symptoms of Low T can keep you from enjoying all the wonderful events the holidays in Hurst have to offer. Click the button below to find us — we’d love to help.


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(Bill) William J. White, PA-C

(Bill) William J. White, PA-C brings over 20 years of surgical experience to our practice. He is a decorated veteran of the United States Army where he served for nearly 6 years with duty assignments, both here and abroad.   During his military career, Bill was trained as a Certified Surgical Technologist, and following an Honorable Discharge from the Army, he attended Texas Tech University.   He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and went on to attend PA School at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. He spent the first 10 years of his career in Neurosurgery.

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