Candied hearts and chocolate kisses are sweet! But if you want to create a more thoughtful gesture here are some ideas to make your Valentines in Dallas unique…
“Ghost” – Dallas Summer Musicals
Oh….my love….my darlin………
Take your sweetie to a romantic Dallas show at the Music Hall at Fair Park. “Ghost” is running from February 9, 2014. Dallas Summer Musicals, Music Hall at Fair Park, Dallas, Texas.
Take a Romantic Cooking Class
Dallas Central Market Cooking School Presents Food is love. Well, it is at my house. Why not take an exotic cooking class? Central Market is offering Asian Cooking with Chef Patton Robertson from Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck.
It’s Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. The cost is $60 per person. Central Market, 5750 E. Lovers Lane, Dallas, Texas.
Awwww. Here’s something really unique. Greet your loved one with a g’day and the gift of a cuddly koala on Valentine’s Day. The Dallas Zoo is the only place you’ll find koalas in Texas and one of only 10 zoos in the nation with these cute creatures. When you adopt a koala, your Valentine gets all of the parental pride without all the work. We’ll handle the cleaning, feeding, and housing for the koalas. You’ll receive the satisfaction of knowing that your gift helps support animal care at the Zoo.
The cost for this Aussi-some gift is $50 ($40 for DZS members). No charge if you pick it up at the zoo; shipping prices are additional cost.
The temperature has dropped and so has the price of admission to only $5 for the entire month of February ($8 parking). So make like a penguin and enjoy the cooler temps.
The Dallas Zoo is located at 650 S. R.L. Thornton Freeway (I-35 at Marsalis). The Zoo is open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.