Winter Events in Mansfield

Beat the post-holiday blues and start off 2023 with a variety of things to do around Mansfield!

hypnosis after darkHypnosis After Dark

January 27 (7:30 pm)
Farr Best Theater (109 N. Main St.)

Leave the kids at home for this show. Hypnosis After Dark is designed for adults only. You never know what might happen on stage when the Hypnomeister is in command, but you're sure to have one of the best nights you might not remember!
This is an R rated show. There will be adult language, suggestive content, and lots of laughs. Tickets are $15.

ploggingPlogging Competition

January 28 (9:00 am)
McKnight Park East (700 US 287 Frontage Rd.)

Move your body and make Mansfield more beautiful, all in one awesome morning! Take the PLOGGING Challenge and try Picking up Litter while jOGGING with us at McKnight Park East. Our partners in Environmental Services will have special litter kits to pick up before you head on a walk or run at any park or neighborhood. Return your filled back and win cool prizes...with the best prize of all being a healthier body AND planet!

pop up shopWalking in My Purpose Women's Pop Up Shop

January 28 (11:30 am to 2:30 pm)
Mansfield Activities Center (106 S. Wisteria St.)

This is an opportunity to support women entrepreneurs walking in their purpose. It will also be great to meet and network with women and show community support for small businesses! Contact Natalie at if interested in being a vendor!

stargazingStargazing With Astronomers

January 28 (6:00 pm)
Oliver Nature Park (1650 Matlock Rd.)

Explore the night skies with astronomers from the Fort Worth Astronomical Society. Examine constellations and planets with high-powered telescopes at this FREE event for all ages!

braden danielsBrain Storm: An Evening of Magic and Mind Reading with Braden Daniels

January 28 (7:00 pm)
Farr Best Theater (109 N. Main St.)

Embark on a journey into your imagination as "Thought Leader - Mind Reader" Braden Daniels guides you through an enchanting evening of impossibility. The Brain Storm Show will stimulate your senses and blow your mind with lots of audience participation, storytelling, comedy, and many mind bending moments of WOW!

wind symphonyMansfield Wind Symphony's "An Afternoon at the Theater"

January 29 (3:00 pm)
Lake Ridge High School (101 Day Miar Rd.)

The Mansfield Wind Symphony and conductor Brian Merrill present An Afternoon at the Theater, featuring music from ballet, opera, Broadway and cinema. Admission is FREE.

peter panMansfield High School Fine Arts presents "Peter Pan"

February 2-4 (7:00 pm)
Dr. Jim Vaszasukas Center for the Performing Arts (1110 W. Debbie Ln.)

The Mansfield High School Fine Arts Department presents "Peter Pan" a musical based on the classic story. Performances are each night at 7:00 p.m.

baylor osuCollege Hockey: Baylor vs. Oklahoma State

February 3 & 4
Children's Health Starcenter (1715 E. Broad St.)
It's a full weekend of college hockey at the Mansfield Starcenter with the Baylor Bears taking on the Oklahoma State Cowboys for a Friday-Saturday doubleheader. Puck drop is 8:00 pm on Friday and 12:30 pm on Saturday. Admission is FREE!

tcu baylorCollege Hockey: TCU vs. Baylor

February 5 (10:00 am)
Children's Health Starcenter (1715 E. Broad St.)
Come out for some Sunday morning hockey at the Mansfield Starcenter as two of Texas' biggest rivals take the ice. The TCU Horned Frogs and Baylor Bears square off for this intense matchup. Admission is FREE!

open mic nightOpen Mic Night

February 10 (7:30 pm)
Farr Best Theater (109 N. Main St.)
A community-wide invitation for artists to come to share art, poetry, music, song, and dramatic monologues in a fan-friendly atmosphere. The theme for this month is Black History Love Celebration.

valentines crawlDowntown Valentine Poker Crawl

February 11
Historic Downtown Mansfield
Join us in Downtown Mansfield for our 1st Annual Valentine Poker Crawl, a day dedicated to supporting small businesses! It'll be a fun day of visiting many of the shops and businesses in downtown for your chance to WIN an amazing gift! The more participating places you visit the better your chances of winning!

cookiesGalentine's & Wine Cookie Decorating Class

February 11 (2:00 pm)
Poured (1601 E. Debbie Ln.)
Have you ever wanted to learn how to decorate cookies like a pro? Join us as Inez, owner of Royal Kneads, walks you through step-by-step to decorate these cute cookies! Each cookie kit comes with five cookies and royal icing. $50 per person includes cookie kit, instruction and lite snacks. Questions? Please email Pre-purchased tickets required by February 6.

sabrinaClassic Movie Series: "Sabrina" (1954)

February 11 (2:30 pm)
Farr Best Theater (109 N. Main St.)
This classic romantic comedy starring Audrey Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart and William Holden makes a perfect Valentine's Day date in the first of the Mansfield Commission for the Arts classic movie series.
Tickets are just $5 per person.

valentines danceValentine's Dance Party

February 11 (7:00 pm)
Mansfield Activities Center (106 S. Wisteria St.)
Get ready to salsa, swing, bachata and jitterbug with these monthly dances. No partner needed! All dances are 7-10 pm at the Mansfield Activities Center with Beginner's Dance Class from 7-8 pm, followed by open dancing for dancers of all abilities.

stars rookiesDallas Stars Little Rookies Program

February 14-March 11
Children's Health StarCenter (1715 E. Broad St.)
The Dallas Stars Little Rookies program, presented by Whataburger, is a free 5-week programs for boys and girls ages 4-8 who are interested in playing the game of hockey. Each Saturday during the program, kids are provided with all equipment necessary for a fun and safe experience. Trained coaches will help your child begin their path toward a cool and exciting new activity.
All participants will be invited to a fitting date on the first week of the program, followed by 30 minute sessions of on-ice instruction for four weeks. Participants will receive all equipment for the program and a Dallas Stars Rookies jersey for them to keep!

secret gardenMainstage Classic Theatre presents "The Secret Garden"

February 24-25
Willie Pigg Auditorium (1520 N. Walnut Creek Dr.)
Orphaned young Mary Lennox finds herself in the charge of a mysterious uncle, in a mysterious house, on the desolate moor in England. Bored and lonely, she starts exploring the gardens and uncovers a secret that has been kept for ten years. Performances are 7:00 pm Friday and Saturday with a 2:00 pm matinee.