Posts from October 2017

48 Hours in Irving

Monday, October 9, 2017 5:00 PM by Visit Irving

Found between Dallas and Fort Worth, Irving, TX delivers big-city fun with small-town charm. Have only 48 hours to explore? Here are our favorite highlights:

MUST SEES

Mandalay Canal

Lined with old-world architecture and Venice-inspired style, this charming enclave of restaurants and shops was designed to reflect Irving’s native setting of waterfalls and streams. The canal was created to connect to Lake Carolyn, where you can rent a paddleboard or join an intimate cruise. Stroll along cobblestone pathways and explore Irving’s little slice

By Any Other Name

Friday, October 6, 2017 5:00 PM by Carol Stoddard

LIZ ROSE

When: Saturday, October 7 at 7:00 p.m.
Where: Texas Musicians Museum, 222 E. Irving Blvd. 75060
Cost: VIP tickets $20.00; General admission $15.00

The name of Liz Rose may not be as well known as her music, but heard through many other names, her music is just as sweet! This Dallas-born, Irving-raised hitmaker has co-written some of the biggest country songs of the 21st century. Because of her Texas ties, she’s donating memorabilia and performing this weekend at one of Irving’s hidden gems, the Music Garden at the Texas Musicians