November 24

 Local Holiday Events in Plano, TX


The happiest season of all is upon us. With the holidays right around the corner, it’s important to start planning your family fun now. We’ve rounded up the best festive events in Plano that are sure to bring that extra dose of holiday cheer to your winter. From glittering light shows to meetings with the big man himself, Santa, Huffines Chevrolet Plano has you covered on all things holiday fun.

The Gift of Christmas 2022

The Gift of Christmas, a time-honored tradition returns once more to Prestonwood Baptist Church. This Christmas show is a multimedia event, including special effects, a live orchestra, flying angels, a live nativity scene, and much more. The program is for all ages, so you can bring the whole family along.

Get into the holiday spirit by singing your favorite Christmas songs alongside a live choir. Carefully crafted lighting and scenic designs bring the story of Christmas to life, all to the tune of an original musical score specifically arranged and written for this extraordinary event. The program runs from Dec. 2 to Dec. 11, with tickets starting at $19. Kick off the holiday season with where it all began.

Lights on the Farm

The Heritage Farmstead Museum is set to be illuminated with over one million holiday lights as part of its second annual Lights on the Farm event. It will take place from Nov. 25 to Dec. 30 and will be closed on Christmas Day and Christmas Eve.

The dazzling event will feature a variety of holiday light displays and activities, such as a 20-foot Christmas tree and a quarter-mile trail of stunning lights. You can enjoy refreshments such as s’mores and hot cocoa around a toasty fire. There will also be a chance for the kids to meet Santa. Don’t miss out on this illuminating event, and register in advance. The farm will open at 6:00 p.m., and the last entry will be granted at 9:00 p.m.

Scrooge! The Musical

The fun and fast-paced musical production, “Scrooge! The Musical” is returning to Plano for the holiday season. It’s the 12th anniversary of this North Texas Performing Arts tradition. Based on Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol,” the musical is about miserly Scrooge as he neglects his loved ones to count his gold coins. One fateful Christmas Eve, he gets the chance to redeem himself for his soul and humanity. “Scrooge! The Musical” is a wonderful reminder of the importance of love and family during the holidays, with fun musical numbers interwoven throughout the story.

The production has been named one of the top ten must-see events for the Christmas season by Plano Profile. Mike Mazur returns as the director for his eighth year, promising to bring the audience a high-quality experience that will keep the tradition alive and fresh. Performances will be held in The Courtyard Theatre from Dec. 7 to Dec. 11 and at the Willow Bend Center of the Arts from Dec. 14 to Dec. 18. Ticket prices start at $20.

A December to Remember Holiday Party

Nothing makes you feel warm and festive inside than some good whiskey. Head on down to Dallas to join The Whiskey Spot at A December to Remember, an exclusive holiday event. The Whiskey Spot is dedicated to bringing you the best of the world’s premium whiskeys. They will be presenting a variety of hard-to-find, small-batch, and limited-edition whiskeys that you can’t find at the liquor store.

Socialize and meet small local whiskey distillers for tastings over delicious BBQ and sides. You’ll also have the opportunity to shop regional vendors and enjoy live music. Located at Urban Venue Dallas, the event will take place on Dec. 29, with tickets starting at $50.

12 Wines of Christmas Walk

If you’re a wine lover, then you’ll want to throw on an ugly Christmas sweater and attend the 12 Wines of Christmas Walk, hosted by Lone Star Wine Cellars. It’s a fun way to spend the holiday season with friends while sampling different wines in Downtown McKinney.

Meander down the beautifully decorated streets and taste the best wine that McKinney has to offer. You can get your wine passport stamped at each stop and return it to Santa’s Wine Workshop to receive a bonus tasting. The wine walk will take place on Dec. 10 from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. You may purchase tickets through EventBrite.

Santa’s Workshop

The Women’s Auxiliary to Children’s Medical Center presents the annual Santa’s Workshop at The Westin Dallas Stonebriar Golf Resort & Spa. This charity event is a community-wide tradition that sparks joy and holiday cheer for the local community and the patients and families served at Children’s Health Plano.

Taking place on Dec. 11 from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., this magical morning will entail a photo with Santa on his sleigh, various activities, and holiday entertainment. Access to the brunch buffet, hot chocolate bar, and coffee bar is included with the purchase of your ticket. Sponsorships for Santa’s Workshop range from $250 to $10,000, and individual tickets cost $45 for children and $65 for adults.

Day 1 DFW 2023

Hosted by Vogel Alcove, Day 1 DFW is an all-inclusive event that brings families together on New Year’s Day. On Jan. 1, head over to The Irving Convention Center in Frisco for a variety of fun-filled activities, games, and performances throughout the day. The event concludes with a spectacular fireworks show at Toyota Stadium. Sponsor contributions and ticket sales help Vogel Alcove provide a variety of services and programs to children and families in need. Be sure to check out their website to stay updated on ticket and event information.

Well, there you have it. Huffines Chevrolet Plano has given you a comprehensive list of our favorite holiday events in the Plano area. Do you know more ways to celebrate? Contact our team and let us know. If you are looking to spruce up your ride for the winter or give the ultimate Christmas present, our team will be happy to get you behind the wheel of a brand-new vehicle.


You may also like

2024 Chevy Traverse vs. GMC Acadia

2024 Chevy Traverse vs. GMC Acadia

2024 Chevy Traverse Overview

2024 Chevy Traverse Overview