Plano ‘Pinions: What’s your favorite holiday tradition?

Planoites are an opinionated bunch. We may be the Guide to the Good Stuff, but we’re always curious to hear what you think. Every so often, we ask our online readers their opinion on a different topic. This time, we wanted to know:

What is your favorite holiday tradition around Plano?

Christmas Cops in Plano. I love volunteering, and I love how many families in need are helped during the holiday season.
– Kirsten M.

Christmas Lights. Whether it be at Highland Park in Dallas, Deerfield in Plano or Vitruvian Park in Addison. Growing up, my parents would drive my brothers and me around at night to see Christmas lights, and now it is a fun tradition I do with my own family. The lights are a beautiful sight and provide a festive experience.
– Kylee A.

Christmas Lights. My family loves looking at all the lights in Turtle Creek in Dallas.
– Ashley C.

A Christmas Concert. This year – Pentatonix.
– Tish B.

Christmas Tree Lighting in Allen. It is a great time to see what the community has to offer and also see a little bit of the Nutcracker Ballet.
– Steve H.

Dallas Arboretum. We love the 12 Days of Christmas at the Arboretum because it feels so magical and nostalgic, especially at night!
– Allison K.

Dallas Arboretum. My family loves to attend on a cool night and see all the elaborate displays and drink a cup of hot chocolate before leaving.
– Carolyn S.

Deerfield Christmas Lights. I love it because it is amazing to see so many people engulfed in the beauty of the lights and it truly feels like all is right in the world.
– Victoria J.

Dickens in Downtown Plano. It’s so beautiful and fun to see the Haggard Park Christmas tree lit up, the activities and downtown stores decorated. It’s just a special time in Plano.
– Pamela C.

Frisco Square. I love the synchronized light and music show! It is beautiful and fun.
– Joyce K.

Gaylord Texan ICE.
– Denise D.

Great Wolf Lodge in Grapevine. It snows inside and is so full of magic and wonder for the kids.
– Laura C.

Holiday in the Park at Six Flags Over Texas. I love that it’s a family friendly event that everyone can enjoy and it definitely gets us all in the holiday spirit.
– Jessica M.

Home for the Holidays in McKinney. I love when all the trees are lit up and I love the community.
– Michelle L.

Lights at Legacy Tree Lighting. I love being able to spend time with family and friends as well as getting to know some other locals. It truly gets me ready for the holiday season.
– James W.

Plano Lions Christmas Parade. I love seeing the community come together and it just makes everyone happy.
– Laurie B.

Plano Parks and Recreation Holiday Craft Fair at Carpenter Park Recreation Center. My friends and I love to Christmas shop at the craft fair and look at all of the cute handmade items.
– Courtney R.

Santa’s Village in Richardson. It allows kids of all ages to experience the wonder of Christmas…for free!
– Amy V.

The Trains at NorthPark. It benefits a great charity and has stood the test of time for the holidays.
– Ann M.

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