Join Us for Summer Lunch-N-Play at Legacy Hall {2021}

Mark your calendars! This summer, Legacy Hall in Plano invites families to come out for entertainment and kid-friendly lunch specials every Monday in the Box Garden from 11:30am to 1pm.

Each Summer Lunch-N-Play brings different performances and activities curated for little ones—magic shows, dino extravaganzas, movie afternoons, princesses, superheroes, and lots more!

Legacy Hall events

Kick off the series with us on Monday, June 7
Update: Darn rain. We’ll see y’all on Monday, June 14!

For the first Summer Lunch-N-Play, join us for fun & games and a showing of Aladdin on the big screen (with special guests Aladdin and Jasmine!).

We’ll be there hosting a Collin County Moms table with crafts, a balloon artist, and free swag (heck yeah). You’ll also find local partners manning tables with even more kid-friendly activities.

No need to pack snacks. Legacy Hall will have cute Lunch Boxes available for pre-sale ($15) that include:

    • 1 kid-friendly meal & drink (see options below)
    • 1 toy
    • 1 souvenir insulated lunch sack

Remember that swag we mentioned? As a special treat, we’re bringing FREE swag bags filled with goodies for the FIRST 100 families to arrive at our event.

Can’t make it on June 14? Don’t worry. We’ll be back at Legacy Hall for Dinomania on July 12.

COMPLETE SUMMER SCHEDULE:

LUNCH BOX OPTIONS:

All drinks may be substituted for a soda.

Lunch-N-Play events are FREE to attend with the exception of the Princess Lunch and Superhero Lunch (tickets required). Click any of the show links above to RSVP and/or get your tickets.

Collin County Moms event partners for June 14 and July 12 include:

 

(More coming soon…)

A FEW HELPFUL REMINDERS:

We respectfully ask that children are ALWAYS accompanied by an adult in Legacy Hall and the Box Garden. Let’s be safe and have fun!

No outside food or drinks are allowed (because you have nearly 20 eateries to choose from at Legacy Hall!).

We hope to see you there!

Katie grew up in Dallas and then spent 10 post-college years in Austin, where she and her husband Mick welcomed a daughter and son (in 2011 and 2013). They've since moved to Fort Worth and find it to be quite fun and a great place for kids. Katie is horrible at social media but secretly likes Twitter best. Favorite uses for her phone: reading library books and listening to comedy podcasts. Least favorite uses: making and receiving calls. If you've seen Death Becomes Her or Big Business more than once, you'll be best friends.

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