Celebrate Black History Month
While we anticipate March and the restart of free outdoor programming, we wanted to share some Dallas-based opportunities to commemorate this February celebration. 
Perot Museum of Nature and Science in partnership with the African American Museum: Staircase Project
Step up to see local architect and emerging artist Daniel M. Gunn’s prize-winning piece of art (above). His creation, GIANT STEPS – Celebrating Extraordinary Achievements of African-American Leaders in STEM, was selected as the winner of the Staircase Project design competition, and it is currently installed on the Perot Museum’s multi-story, outdoor staircase. This special flight of stairs will be on display through Memorial Day. Click here for details!
The Grand Lodge of the Colored Knights of Pythias Temple
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Grand Lodge of the Colored Knights of Pythias Temple was designed by noted African American architect William Sidney Pittman and served as a center for civic, business, and social life in Dallas at a time when segregation offered few alternatives. Located in the historic Deep Ellum neighborhood at the corner of Elm and Good (now Good-Latimer Expressway) streets, the building is more than 100 years old. Click here for details!
St. Philip's School and Community Center:
Twenty-First Annual Destiny Award Luncheon
This annual benefit, honoring those who have demonstrated exceptional work in bridging diverse communities (something close to our hearts!), is going virtual, allowing even more to attend on Friday, March 26. Join keynote speaker Isabel Wilkerson, Pulitzer Prize winner, recipient of the National Humanities Medal and New York Times bestselling author of The Warmth of Other Suns and Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents. Click here for details and tickets! 
POSTPONED - Lil' Red Flower Truck
Due to the frigid temperatures, the Lil’ Red Flower Truck folks are staying warm in their flowerbeds and unable to join us in the Park tomorrow. Once the weather warms, these beautiful bloomers will revisit the Park to create bouquets for your favorite special someone. Not a daisy will go by that we won’t miss them. We really lilac them
Verizon 5G Truck Tour
Saturday, February 13, 11 AM - 6 PM
Come check out the future of home internet, traveling around the country in Verizon’s 5G Home Truck. This living room on wheels will be in the Park tomorrow, with dancers and different-themed performances incorporating multiple smart home devices. Intrigued? Click the link below to learn more!
National Margarita Day
with the Mi Cocina Food Truck!
Sunday, February 21, 11 AM - 2 PM
National Margarita Day is Monday, February 22, but we are celebrating one day early! Our new partners from Mi Cocina will do it the Klyde Warren Park way, by pulling up their food truck for some lunchtime Tex-Mex. Come wait in LIME for your favorite frozen drink and select food items!
Last Chance to Vote for Klyde Warren Park!
Only four more days to vote!

We have been nominated for “Best City Park” in the country by USA Today’s 10Best Awards! Congratulations to the other amazing parks included from around the country.

If you love Klyde Warren Park, please take a second to cast your vote and get us up the leaderboard to #1! Visit the link below, and vote daily through February 15! 

Though our Children’s Park remains closed, the Park is open. Please remember to wear a mask, if you are unable to socially distance. If you are sick, please come see us another time.

Please note there will be no fitness classes until March 2021.
Food Truck Hours
Click here for most up-to-date schedule!
11 AM - 3 PM

Saturday and Sunday Only
5 - 9:30 PM
Friends of Klyde Warren Park members sustain our grass, gardens and play areas, artistic performances, music, and everything else that makes this nationally admired public space so vibrant—and free for everyone. Thank you so much for your support, and we will see you in the Park! 
The Park Needs Your Support More Than Ever
Klyde Warren Park's mission is to provide free programming and educational opportunities for the enrichment of visitors' lives, to showcase the diverse multitude of cultures and talents Dallas has to offer, and to be a town square where citizens may congregate and create traditions together.
The 5.2-acre park relies on contributions from donors to support maintenance, special programming and educational activities for more than one million visitors each year. Please consider making a gift to help us pay for expanded cleaning protocols. Thank you!
Click here to select Klyde Warren Park as your charitable organization of choice. The AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to us! Thank you!
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Klyde Warren Park is funded and operated by the Woodall Rodgers Park Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization.