Can you feel it? Fall is in the air. The Texas heat has calmed down and it's time to get out this weekend and enjoy the weather and a few great events going on in the community.     

For more events in Irving and around the area, check the events calendar.

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TEXAS MUSICIANS MUSEUM OPEN LATE WITH MUSIC, FOOD AND DRINKS

Location: Texas Musicians Museum Music Garden
Price: FREE
When: Friday starting at 8-11 p.m. and Saturday 7:30 p.m. -1 a.m.

Downtown Irving is open late this weekend. Who's going to come and play? There's free concerts playing at the Texas Musicians Museum Music Garden Friday and Saturday night and of course you'll have the chance to purchase tickets and take a look in the museum, come before or during the event to get a look at some great memorabilia. Come out on Friday for Doug Kent's soulful country music and be serenaded on Saturday by Heather Little. The onsite restaurant, The Neon Armadillo will be serving Texas BBQ, Ziegendogs (brats cooked in ZiegenBock beer for those wondering...), wine, cold beer, as well as the new additions of cold Margaritas and mixed drinks. Learn More

Just down the way Big State will also be open late on Friday for the MacArthur vs Irving game. Saturday you'll also want to head to Big State for their monthly Classic Car Cruise-in. Grab a shake and check out some cool cars. Learn More

Whatever you do...come downtown and explore Irving!

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FRIDAY NIGHT LIBRARY: CELEBRATE THE BOOK EDITION 

Location: Irving Public Library - South
Price: Free
When: Sunday, 7-11 p.m.

The South Irving Library kicks-off the month-long One Book / One Irving with something for the entire family! 7 p.m. - Storytime walk or puppet play, followed with children's book crafts 8 p.m. - teens and adults can make their own book crafts 9 p.m. - an outdoor showing of the movie based on the 2015 selection, The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. Before the movie book characters will be roaming the library, entertaining children from 7 to 9 p.m. Bring blankets and chairs and come and enjoy a night at the South Irving Library. Learn More

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WOODHAVEN'S 30TH ANNUAL ART & CRAFTS SPECTATULAR 

Location: Woodhaven Presbyterian Church, 3650 N. O'Connor Rd
Price: Free Admission
When: Saturday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

You are invited to join us for the 30th (yes, 30 years!) Annual Arts and Crafts Spectacular at Woodhaven Presbyterian Church. After 30 years it's kinda a tradition. Come get a jump start on your Christmas shopping. There will be LOTS of shopping, a silent auction, an out of this world bake sale, activities for the kiddos, food and much more! Learn More

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SOUNDS OF FALL: IRVING SYMPHONIC BAND

Location: Irving Arts Center
Price: $6-12

Fall is here and it's time you should hear and feel it. Join the Irving Symphonic Band for the Sounds of Fall, a festive afternoon full of lush sounds evoking the essence of autumn. The concert will take place at the Irving Arts Center that have several free exhibits showing. Enjoy a two-for-one when you attend the concert. Take in the sights of The Garden of Early Delights: paintings by Jaime Arredondo, Carleen Michener: One Stitch at a Time, Polar Obsession: Photographs by Paul Nicklen. P.S. At that great price, bring a friend and enjoy a relaxing Sunday. Learn More

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For more events in Irving and around the area, check the events calendar.