Sunday Fitness Classes Return!
Namaste! The Barre is OPEN! Free Sunday wellness classes, including Barre with The Barre Code Dallas and Yoga with Hanuman Homies, are returning this weekend along with a brand new class—Meditation Styles with Hanuman Homies. Simply sign up via the EventBrite registration link included on each fitness page.
Soluna: Passport to the Park
Saturday, September 19, 2020, 12 - 6:15 PM
Join the Dallas Symphony Orchestra for a family-friendly day of free, culturally diverse performances at Klyde Warren Park! The afternoon will feature performances by Bruce Wood Dance, Mariachi Lone Star, Sangeet Millennium Ensemble, Supaman and musicians of the DSO’s Brass and Woodwind Quintets and String Quartet. Please remember to bring blankets for seating and to wear your masks and remain socially distant from other patrons.
Musicians in the Park
Javier Gutierrez and Flipside
Thursday, September 24, 7 - 9 PM
Sanitize and synthesize your jazz hands Thursdays in the Park. Artists from the American Federation of Musicians (the largest union of musicians in the world, including 80,000 throughout the United States and Canada) provide free concerts for Park patrons as part of this series. Support our local musical artists, live from the Muse Family Performance Pavilion!
The Importance of Parks
Part Two of a Four-Part Series 
In this extraordinary time, parks have once again proven themselves to be critical public infrastructure, strengthening neighborhoods and building bonds among people from all walks of life. The COVID-19 pandemic has placed a premium on access to nature and physical activity with appropriate social distancing, making urban parks more vital to the health of our cities than ever before.
Who knew that time at your favorite outdoor green space was more than just a walk in the park? A University of Vermont tweet analysis called the “Hedonometer” concluded that tweets referring to park visits contained fewer negative words, and the tone of tweets about park visits was overwhelmingly positive. Furthermore, visits to parks actually corresponded with spikes in personal happiness, followed by an “afterglow lasting up to four hours.” What better way to guarantee gladness than by visiting a local park?! And during this current pandemic, research has confirmed that transmission rates for Covid-19 are much lower outdoors than indoors. So, bite the blues and help protect yourself from Covid-19 with an outing to your favorite park!
A Day in the Arts Highlight:
Perot Museum of Nature and Science
Reopened: Fridays - Sundays
The wait is over! Our neighbors at the Perot Museum officially reopened last Saturday. As they've made changes to their days, hours and overall guest experience to help keep everyone safe, be sure to click below and get all the details and to purchase timed-entry tickets.  
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! 
Food Truck Hours
Click here for most up-to-date schedule!
11 AM - 3 PM

Satruday and Sunday Only
5 - 9:30 PM
SATURDAY (9/19) 
9 - 9:45 AM
Body Mountain Bootcamp
 Registration Required

10 - 10:45 AM
Dallas Yoga Center: Yoga
Registration Required

11 - 11:30 AM
Dallas Yoga Center:
Mindfulness Meditation
Registration Required

12 - 6:15 PM
SOLUNA: Passport to the Park

4 - 7 PM
Pet Illustrations in the Park
Artist: Mary Gonsiorek
SUNDAY (9/20)
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

4 - 7 PM
Pet Illustrations in the Park
Artist: Mary Gonsiorek

5 - 6 PM
Shofar at the Park
The Intown Chabad
MONDAY (9/21)
Lawns Closed for Rye Overseeding (Two Weeks)

TUESDAY (9/22)
11 AM - 2 PM
National Voter Registration Day
Voter Registration with Jolt

7 - 9 PM
Musicians in the Park featuring
Javier Gutierrez and Flipside
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.