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Alaska Coastal Explorer
  • • Seward Alaska’s Best Fishing, Sightseeing & Adventure Charters
  • • Bait & Tackle Provided
  • • Full-Day & Half-Day Trips
(808) 757-4090
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CD's Guide Service
  • • Catfish & Striper Fishing & Nature Tours
  • • Experienced Guide To Ensure The Best Atmosphere & Fun Memories
  • • Our Guide Service Is Built On Tradition & Family Oriented Foundation
(580) 564-6061
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JW Outfitters
  • • Capt. Jacob Wehring
  • • Redfish, Trout, Drum & Flounder
  • • Coastal Duck Hunting
(361) 850-3761
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High Country Fishing Charters
  • • Full & Half Day Fishing
  • • All Flies & Equipment Provided – No Rental Charges
  • • Local & Private Water Fishing
(970) 946-5229
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Things To Do in Dallas, TX

African American Museum of Dallas African American Museum of Dallas

Are you interested in exploring the detail and richness of African masks, sculptures, gold weights, and textiles? The African American Museum is worth a visit. Not only does the museum showcase these fascinating exhibits, but it also highlights the work of African and African-American artists. With four vaulted galleries providing a stunning backdrop, you can experience the museum's permanent collection of African American Art and historical items, including African art, African American fine art, magazine, and historical, political, and community archives. The collection also features works by Clementine Hunter, David Butler, and George White. Additionally, the museum houses a music collection that includes notable artifacts from the Jazz Age. So, if you're looking for a place to learn about African American art and culture, the African American Museum is a must-see.

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Bloomin' Bluegrass Festival and Chili Cookoff Bloomin' Bluegrass Festival and Chili Cookoff

If you're a fan of Bluegrass, the Bloomin' Bluegrass Festival is an event you won't want to miss. With two stages and two full days of traditional and progressive Bluegrass, as well as Americana and country sounds, there's something for everyone. And if you're lucky, you might even stumble upon one of the impromptu jam sessions that happen throughout the festival grounds. These jam sessions are always organic and full of talented musicians eager to share their love of Bluegrass. But that's not all the festival has to offer. You'll also have the opportunity to take up-close photos of the beautiful varieties grown in Farmers Branch. And of course, no festival would be complete without delicious food options. You can indulge in local favorites like Mex-Mex, corny dogs, roasted corn, cheeseburgers, hot dogs, and more. And if you're looking for something to wash it all down, there's a great selection of premium and local craft beers, wines, and frozen wineries to choose from.

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