Blood Drive in the Park
Monday, November 16, 1-6 PM
Appointment Required
The American Red Cross is looking for anybody—more specifically antibodies! Did you know that plasma from blood donations could help current and future coronavirus patients? If you have already had COVID-19 AND tested positive for the antibodies, please consider making an appointment to become a donor. We thank you…and many others will, too! 
We Need Your Feedback!
Please Take Our Restaurant Survey
We value the opinions of each and every one of our visitors and are committed to providing you with a wonderful Park experience! Please let us know your thoughts about what type of restaurant you want to see in the Park next year. Fill us in on your ideas by filling out the short survey below!  
Grand Tasters
Support the Restaurants that Support the Park!
We might be missing out on Park & Palate in 2020, but we are not going to miss out on thanking our biggest food friends. We are eternally grateful for the chefs and restaurants who have made the Park’s food and wine fundraiser tasty year after year. Please enjoy this new series of shout outs to those who give us so much—and let’s return the favor! 
Four-time James Beard nominee for best chef in the southwest, Kent Rathbun has been nimble in his approach during the pandemic. Successful restaurants are synonymous with the Rathbun name, and his latest venture, Imoto, is equally impressive. But while we wait for full-fledged comfort dining, Rathbun has created Rathbun’s Curbside BBQ, a rolling tailgate party that may soon pop up at your very own KWP. From turkey to tenderloin, this weekend barbeque joint is the talk of the town.
Park Partner Highlight
Dallas Center for Photography

What is your connection to the Park?   
Dallas Center for Photography (DCP) has been a partner of KWP’s for the past four years. We provide fun and engaging activities that encourage Park goers to use their photographs to tell a story. Whether it’s with our photo scavenger hunts, the Klyde-o-scope or sunprints, DCP encourages kids and adults alike to create and appreciate photography in new ways.

What does the Park mean to people?   
We hear of people who were so taken by the concept of the Park that it influenced their decision to move to Dallas. The Park acts as the glue for the different parts of the Arts District and gives people of all stripes a place to play and mingle.
Current Favorites
Local Food: DCP staff is always on the lookout for the bahn mi food truck and Steel City Pops when we are at KWP!
Books: We are always reading up on photography! Our current favorites are A Texas Journey: The Centennial Photographs of Polly Smith by Evelyn Barker and A Chronology of Photography by Thames and Hudson. 
Social Media and Website
Facebook and Instagram: @dallascenterforphotography
Twitter: @dallascfp

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.
The Ginsburg Family Great Lawn will be closed on today, and the west side of the Park and restrooms will be closed tomorrow for a private event.

In addition, there are no fitness classes on Saturday, November 7.
Food Truck Hours
Click here for most up-to-date schedule!
11 AM - 3 PM

Saturday and Sunday Only
5 - 9:30 PM
FRIDAY (11/6)
6 AM - 11 PM
The Ginsburg Family Great Lawn Closed


6 AM - 11 PM
West Side and Restrooms Closed for Private Event

SUNDAY (11/8)
9 - 9:45 AM
Barre with The Barre Code Dallas
Registration Required

10 - 10:45 AM
Yoga with Hanuman Homies
 Registration Required

11 - 11:30 AM
Meditation Styles with
Hanuman Homies
 Registration Required

12 - 8 PM
Beer and Wine in the Park

2 - 5 PM
Music in the Park
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!
Be sure to follow Klyde Warren Park on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook and tag us in your photos using #klydewarrenpark.

Klyde Warren Park is funded and operated by the Woodall Rodgers Park Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization.