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City of Coppell Event Spotlight

Posted on: January 31, 2024

February Event Guide

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City of Coppell Events

The City and its departments host a variety of family-friendly events each month from festivals and concerts to storytimes and workshops. Visit the City of Coppell’s online calendar for a list of this month’s offerings. 


EcoExplorer

February 10 - 28   |   9 am – Noon Tuesday, Wednesday, & Saturday   |   Biodiversity Education Center

*Please note: EcoExplorer visitor hours will not be offered February 1 – 9, to allow for new furniture installation and rearranging of spaces inside the building. Visitor hours are expected to resume Saturday, February 10.

Drop in during visiting hours every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday to learn about the Biodiversity Education Center, Coppell Nature Park, and the seasonal programs offered. While you’re there, learn about the local environment through self-guided activities and interactive resources. Then, take what you learn out on the trails to become true EcoExplorers!

 

Coppell Historical Society – Kirkland House Tours

February 1 - 3  |   Monday – Friday 11 am – 5 pm and Saturday 10 am – 1 pm  |   Kirkland House

Built in 1904, the family home of John M. And Edna Jeanette Kirkland and their children Hubert, Lois, Sallie, Jewel (Jack), Stringfellow, Louise, Carroll, and one who died in infancy is open for tours.  It was moved from its original location 474 feet due west and restored in 2011 by The Jean and Price Daniel Foundation, the Coppell Historical Society, and the City of Coppell.

 

FCNP Guided Hike – Spotting Invasive Species

February 3  |   9 - 10 am   |   Biodiversity Education Center – Coppell Nature Park

Spot invasive species and discuss how they affect the ecosystem of Coppell Nature Park. Hikers are asked to wear protective clothing and bring a water bottle. Registration is required. Participants under age 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Registration is required. Participants under age 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

 

Coppell Historical Society – Kirkland House Tours

February 5 - 10  |   Monday – Friday 11 am – 5 pm and Saturday 10 am – 1 pm  |   Kirkland House

Built in 1904, the family home of John M. And Edna Jeanette Kirkland and their children Hubert, Lois, Sallie, Jewel (Jack), Stringfellow, Louise, Carroll, and one who died in infancy is open for tours.  It was moved from its original location 474 feet due west and restored in 2011 by The Jean and Price Daniel Foundation, the Coppell Historical Society, and the City of Coppell.

 

Volunteer Training Sessions

February 6 - 7 | 7 pm | Coppell Arts Center

The Coppell Arts Center is always looking for friendly, outgoing people to serve as volunteer ushers and docents at performances and events. Join us for a volunteer training session on February 6 or 7 — a must-do step on the path to becoming an awesome volunteer with the Coppell Arts Center!

 

Budding Nature Series: I Call My Home Cottonwood Creek

February 7 | 10 am | Biodiversity Education Center – Coppell Nature Park

Most of Earth’s surface is covered with water. All living things need water to survive, but many organisms call water their home. Participants will learn about some of the critters found in Cottonwood Creek, enjoy a fishing game that involves learning how to cast a rod and reel, and create a fish to take home. Registration is required. For children ages 4 - 9. This program is offered the first Wednesday of each month. The theme changes monthly. 

 

37th Annual Coppell Lions Club Pancake Breakfast

February 10  |   8 – 11:30 am   |   First United Methodist Church of Coppell 

Join the Coppell Lions Club at their All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast fundraiser at First United Methodist Church, 420 S. Heartz Road. Breakfast includes pancakes, biscuits and gravy, sausage patties, coffee, juice, and milk for the kids. Tickets are $5 or $20 for a family of four or more. The proceeds will go to support the Club’s and the Lion district’s charities. Tickets can be purchased at the door or by contacting Lion Tom Smith at 972-365-4417, or Lion Julie Madden at 972-768-4715. 

 

Coppell Lions Club Board of Directors Meeting

February 12  |   7 pm   |   First United Methodist Church of Coppell 

Members of the Coppell Lions Club are welcome to attend the monthly Board of Directors meeting.

 

Coppell Historical Society – Kirkland House Tours

February 12 - 17  |   Monday – Friday 11 am – 5 pm and Saturday 10 am – 1 pm  |   Kirkland House

Built in 1904, the family home of John M. And Edna Jeanette Kirkland and their children Hubert, Lois, Sallie, Jewel (Jack), Stringfellow, Louise, Carroll, and one who died in infancy is open for tours.  It was moved from its original location 474 feet due west and restored in 2011 by The Jean and Price Daniel Foundation, the Coppell Historical Society, and the City of Coppell.

 

Geocache Treasure Hunt

February 16  |   1 - 3 pm   |   Biodiversity Education Center – Coppell Nature Park

Enjoy a family-friendly, high-tech treasure hunt! Discover how to utilize GPS on your personal mobile device to locate hidden treasures throughout the trails of Coppell Nature Park. A series of coordinates will lead you to each prize! Registration is required for each participant. Detailed instructions are emailed to registrants prior to program date. Children must be accompanied by an adult for the duration of the program.

 

Coppell Lions Club Meeting

February 19  |   7 pm   |   First United Methodist Church of Coppell 

Join the Coppell Lions Club for their monthly meeting of the Coppell Lions Club in the rotunda.

 

Coppell Historical Society – Kirkland House Tours

February 19 - 24  |   Monday – Friday 11 am – 5 pm and Saturday 10 am – 1 pm  |   Kirkland House

Built in 1904, the family home of John M. And Edna Jeanette Kirkland and their children Hubert, Lois, Sallie, Jewel (Jack), Stringfellow, Louise, Carroll, and one who died in infancy is open for tours.  It was moved from its original location 474 feet due west and restored in 2011 by The Jean and Price Daniel Foundation, the Coppell Historical Society, and the City of Coppell.

 

February Paint & Sip: Monet Inspired Water Lily Pond

February 21  |   6 – 8 pm   |   Coppell Arts Center – Reception Hall

Who could use a night out with friends right now? Paint & Sips are a fun way to create memories and masterpieces. Bring a group of friends or a significant other to wine up then wind down during this two-hour painting class. Purchase one ticket per person. 

 

Theatre Coppell – Crimes of the Heart

February 23 - 25  |  Friday and Saturday at 8 pm & Sundays at 2:30 pm  |  Coppell Arts Center

Warm-hearted, irreverent, zany and brilliantly imaginative, the play teems with humanity and humor as it examines the plight of three young Mississippi sisters betrayed by their passions. The three MaGrath sisters are back together in their hometown of Hazelhurst, Mississippi for the first time in a decade. Under the scorching heat of the Mississippi sun, past resentments bubble to the surface and each sister must come to terms with the consequences of her own crimes of the heart. Tickets are $22 for adults and $19 for seniors and students, plus fees. The show runs through March 10, 2024. 

 

Tri-City Neighborhood Summit

February 24 | 8 am – Noon | Lewisville Thrive, 1950 S. Valley Pkwy.

Join the City of Coppell, the City of Lewisville, and the Town of Flower Mound, at the Tri-City Neighborhood Summit! Connect with your neighbors and city representatives to learn how we can create stronger, more vibrant communities and neighborhoods through fun and informative information sessions. The event is free, but registration is required as space is limited.

 

Tike Hike: Worm Hunt

February 28 | 10 am | Biodiversity Education Center – Coppell Nature Park

Did you know you can call worms to you? We'll look for wormy spots on the trails and use a worm grunter to call them to the surface. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Registration is required. For children ages 2 - 6. This is a free program offered the fourth Wednesday of each month. The theme changes monthly.

 

Coppell Historical Society – Kirkland House Tours

February 26 - 29  |   Monday – Friday 11 am – 5 pm and Saturday 10 am – 1 pm  |   Kirkland House

Built in 1904, the family home of John M. And Edna Jeanette Kirkland and their children Hubert, Lois, Sallie, Jewel (Jack), Stringfellow, Louise, Carroll, and one who died in infancy is open for tours.  It was moved from its original location 474 feet due west and restored in 2011 by The Jean and Price Daniel Foundation, the Coppell Historical Society, and the City of Coppell.

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