Spring 2023 Events

songsThe Fleetwood Project presents "Songs for a New World"

March 24 - April 2
Farr Best Theater (109 N. Main St.)
It's about one moment. It's about hitting the wall and having to make a choice... or take a stand... or turn around and go back. These are the stories and characters of today, the Songs for a New World. The first musical from Tony Award winner, Jason Robert Brown (Parade, Bridges of Madison County), this moving collection of powerful songs examines life, love and the choices that we make.

spring into healthSpring Into Health

March 25 (8:30 am to 1:00 pm)
The LOT Downtown (110 S. Main St.)
This is an educational and interactive event designed to provide basic health and wellness information (including health screening) to people in the community or employees at work. Free health assessments, raffles and giveaways, live music, fun for kids and a free yoga class at 8:30 am!

spring flingMansfield Market Spring Fling Vendor Fair

March 25 (9:00 am to 4:00 pm)
Mansfield High School (3001 E. Broad St.)
More than 120 indoor vendors, featuring home décor, fashion, accessories, gifts and more. Shop for Mother’s Day gifts, Easter basket items, and prom accessories. Grab a quick snack from amazing food vendors. There will also be fabulous door prizes and a silent auction. Best of all, support the Mansfield Tiger Band! Tickets are $3. Guests 12 and under, and 65 and older get in free. Free admission for MISD Employees with ID.
For more information, contact mhsmansfieldmarket@gmail.com

hands on historyHands On History

March 25 (Noon-2:00 pm)
Man House Museum (604 W. Broad St.)
From noon to 2 p.m., take a tour of the Man House Museum and participate in hands-on history activities that are fun for all ages. Craft project is free but supplies are limited.

multicultural festMISD Multicultural Festival

April 1 (10:00 am to 2:00 pm)
Dr. Jim Vaszauskas Center for the Performing Arts (1110 W. Debbie Ln)
Mark your calendars- Mansfield ISD's Multicultural Festival is back this year! Please join us Saturday, April 1st at The Center as we celebrate family traditions, heritage and culture. There will be free food tastings (until supplies last), live performances, games, and interactive activities that will give families opportunities to share stories about their own traditions.
Afterwards, there will be an MISD orchestra concert in the performance hall at 2pm! Admission is $5.=

easter egg strollDowntown Easter Egg Stroll

April 1 (11:00 am to 1:00 pm)
Historic Downtown Mansfield
Join participating businesses in Downtown Mansfield for an Easter Egg Stroll on Saturday, April 1st from 11am to 1pm. Check in and register to receive an Easter egg basket and a list of places to visit for Easter eggs! Plus enjoy lots of fun shopping food and drink along the way! Additional details coming soon!

dance nightMonthly Dance Party

April 1 (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.

open mic nightOpen Mic Night

April 14 (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. Guided by Mike G. Contact 972-704-5001 to sign up to perform.

braden danielsBrain Storm: A Night of Magic and Mind Reading

April 15 (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!

ghostlightMPMStudioTheater presents "Ghostlight"

April 21, 22, 28, 29 & 30
MPM Studio Theater (1802 Mansfield Webb Rd.)
When indifferent student Garbiela Nettles is inexplicably admitted to the prestigious Doves Forge Academy, all she wants to do is leave. But before she can get herself expelled, Garbiela starts to hear sounds that no one else hears: ghost echoes from the remnants of a long-ago tragedy in the school's theatre. This comedic mystery unveils hilarious characters and unexpected twists, as Garbiela's investigation uncovers a story that's both surprising and moving.

hands on historyHands On History

April 22 (Noon-2:00 pm)
Man House Museum (604 W. Broad St.)
Discover your local history at the Man House Museum during our Hands-On History event! Experience a tour of the Man House Museum to learn about the Man family, and then participate in a hands-on history activity that is fun for all ages. This program is free, but supplies are limited.

artist showcaseArtist Showcase

April 27 (6:30 pm)
Dr. Jim Vaszauskas Center for the Performing Arts (1110 W. Debbie Ln.)

Come enjoy art displays and demonstrations by 6 local professional artists. See everything from digital drawing to paper mache, art therapy, and reclaimed scrap metal artwork. Alongside the Artist Showcase, explore artwork by select MISD elementary art students on the first floor of the MISD PAC.

earth dayEarth Day Mansfield

April 29 (9:00 am to 1:00 pm)
Chris Burkett Service Center (620 S. Wisteria St.)

Earth Day Mansfield is the City's annual celebration that shows attendees how they can make Earth Day every day. As always, the festival will feature a wide range of earth-friendly activities, including educational opportunities, butterfly release, children's activities, music and entertainment, food vendors, natural product vendors and a painted rain barrel silent auction.

music alley 2023Music Alley

April 29 (4:00 to 10:00 pm)
Historic Downtown Mansfield
The best little free music and arts festival is back with four stages of music, dance, and theatre, plus hands on activities, artist and food vendors, a juried art show and so much more!