Reporting Elizabeth Dinh
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GRAPEVINE (CBSDFW.COM) - The 29th annual Main Street Days festival in Grapevine begins on Friday, and continues through Saturday and Sunday. CBS 11 News got to preview the big event before it opened on Friday morning, and reporter Elizabeth Dinh learned how to toss pizza dough, and then got to touch some real-life sea creatures.
The event highlights the best of Grapevine, with a wide selection of food, music, events, shopping and games for kids.
Elizabeth interviewed the owners of Palio’s Pizza Café while learning how to toss pizza dough. Co-owner Joey Schneider teaches a similar 30-minute session to kids ages 5 to 10 during the Main Street Days event. The class is free, but parents need to sign up their kids early. Last year’s classes filled up so quickly that organizers have more sessions planned for this year, 17 classes in all.
Elizabeth also talked with Courtney Tolbert, marketing manager for LegoLand Discovery Center and SeaLife Aquarium Grapevine, who talked about some family-friendly events. Check out the video below to watch Elizabeth interact with some underwater creatures.
The Main Street Days event is free between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on Friday, so hurry out. Click here for additional information, including times and prices for the rest of the weekend.
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