Dallas, Texas – In a spirited effort to enhance community cohesion and promote safety, a lively, free event is set to enchant attendees with a rich blend of musical performances, enjoyable entertainment, exciting games, a variety of culinary treats including snow cones, complimentary grooming services, helpful information booths, and an impressive display of law enforcement vehicles.
UNT Dallas police will host the event on October 3 starting at 5:30 p.m.
Spearheaded by the UNT Dallas Police Department, the National Night Out 2023 is scheduled for the evening of Tuesday, October 3. The gathering, running from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., will take place amidst the greenery of the UNT Dallas campus located in the core of Southern Dallas at 7300 University Hills Boulevard, 75241.
The public is warmly invited to partake in a celebratory atmosphere filled with melodious music and live theater acts. Spotlight will also be on performances by local high school bands and dance groups. The celebration continues with an array of games, tasty food options, snow cones, free haircuts, and a law enforcement vehicle display. There will be ample information available regarding community assistance programs and valuable local resources for attendees.
Embodied with the spirit of collective effort towards fostering safer and more caring neighborhoods, the UNT Dallas Campus Police have diligently organized the event. The motto, “Together we are making communities safer, more caring places to live and work,” encapsulates the core sentiment driving this community-focused celebration.
The expansive UNT Dallas campus, situated at 7300 University Hills Boulevard, Dallas, TX 75241, is the selected venue for this lively gathering. For more details on the event, individuals are encouraged to visit untdallas.edu.
As the event concludes on the evening of Tuesday, October 3, 2023, at 8:30 p.m., the resonances of unity and community spirit are expected to ripple across the University grounds, leaving a lasting imprint of fellowship and shared hopes for a safer, tighter-knit community.