2023 Holiday Activities in Collin County :: Events, Performances, Lights, and More

Disclaimer :: This guide is sponsored by Tuzer Ballet to bring you details on holiday happenings this winter.

Holiday activities in Collin County

Ready to make some memories and celebrate the season? We are pleased to bring you our official 2023 guide to holiday activities in Plano, McKinney, and all over Collin County.

This year features new categories: Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and New Years happenings! This is all in addition to other favorites like options for holiday lights, performances, local events, and more. If you are looking for events all over the metroplex, then check out our holiday guides for the Dallas and Fort Worth areas. There’s fun everywhere this winter!

Thank you to our sponsors for making this guide possible: Tuzer Ballet.

On each image below, click to open and see dates, events, and locations for each specific category.

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If you’d like to add your event to our guide, email your event information to [email protected].

Lauren Escobedo
Lauren serves as Beal Media Council member and resource editor. A transplant from New York, Lauren now lives on the border of Collin and Dallas counties with her husband and their two sons. On any given day, you will find Lauren working as a full-time mom, attending classes, storytimes, and yoga with her kids. In her spare time, Lauren enjoys cooking on a budget, crafting with her Cricut, and drinking mocktails with friends. Lauren hopes to support, encourage, and uplift other moms, as her closest friends have done for her.

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