5 Not-So-Basic Things To Do For V-Day

#1 All This Week:  Valen-wine and Chocolates!

Enjoy sparkling wines, yummy chocolate covered strawberries, and your Sweetheart’s company all in one sitting at The Wine Authority’s Valen-wine Event! Because of popular demand, the event goes on all week and there’s no reservation required! (However, they do encourage registration, just so they have enough sweets for you and yours.)

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#2 On Valentine’s Day: Valentine’s Partner Yoga Workshop

Whether you’re a tree pose master or want to try something new, Yoga Chikitsa has a workshop for you and your loved one to get connected and bond through relaxing yoga. Champagne and Strawberries will also be provided for you and whoever you decide to bring along whether that be: your SO, family member or best friend!

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#3 On Valentine’s Day: 2nd Annual Beauty and the Beast Ball

Those who love music, laughs, and poetry need to make the 2nd Annual Beauty and the Beast Ball a part of their Heart Day plans! The semi-formal event will be hosted by comedian Mike Haynes and filled with live music and sultry poetry. There will also be a bottle service and African/American cuisine. Reservations are highly suggested.

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#4 February 9, 10, 14: “Love is Blind” Dark Hour Haunted House

The “Love is Blind” Haunted House event is only for the bravest of the brave (or someone who really wants to hold their partner’s hand). As DFW’s premier haunted house, Dark Hour is equipped with Broadway show levels of set spectacularity, professional actors, and a creepy story that’ll make your skin crawl. Get your tickets and be ready to scream, get spooked, and use your loved one as a human shield!



#5 On Valentine’s Day: My Bloody Valentine

Calling all film junkies! The rare 35 mm showing of My Bloody Valentine (1981) at Alamo Drafthouse (Richardson) is a killer conclusion to your V-Day! In addition to viewing a cult classic, there will also be a LIVE Q&A, meet-and-greet, and autograph signing from star Peter Cowper. A portion of the proceeds from the screening will benefit Stop The Stigma – a Texas non-profit organization dedicated to eradicating the stigma placed on mental illnesses.

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