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Through May 5 The Dallas Marshals Professional Arena Football Team is coming to play at Fair Park. The Marshals will play their 2018 home games at the Fair Park Coliseum, 1438 Coliseum Drive. The Dallas Marshals are members of the Champions Indoor Football league (CIF). There are ten other teams besides the Marshals in the league including teams from North Dakota, New Mexico, Missouri, Nebraska, Illinois, Kansas, and Iowa. Information: www.dallasmarshals.com.

Apr. 28 The Inflatable Run is an all-ages family event starting at 8 a.m. in Fair Park featuring a 5k/1 mile inflatable obstacle course plus fun games, shows, and attractions in the festival area. Kids 12 and under are free. This fun event offers fun things to do with kids available the entire day. Information: www.theinflatablerun.com/dallas.

May 12 The 2018 Love Field 5K is now boarding! On Saturday, May 12 at 8 a.m., take off for this race from the Love Field runway. All participants will receive a gender specific dry fit style shirt and of course a custom winged finisher medal to mark the occasion. Plus you will receive an exclusive discount to the Frontiers of Flight Museum, refreshments and more. The Frontiers of Flight museum is located at 6911 Lemmon Avenue. Information: www.lovefield5k.com.

May 17-20 As the AT&T Byron Nelson celebrates its 50th anniversary, it moves back to Dallas at an exciting and unique course. Designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, Trinity Forest Golf Club, 5000 Great Trinity Forest Way, is a links style course featuring dramatic, green complexes and bunkering, as well as tall native grasses on a rolling meadow. Information: www.attbyronnelson.org.


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