7PM // Cozby Library and Community Commons
6:30PM - 8:30PM // Virtual
9AM - 12PM // Life Safety Park
7:30PM // Coppell Arts Center
2PM // Cozby Library and Community Commons
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Due to the City of Coppell's Declaration of a State of Disaster for a Public Health Emergency and shelter in place order in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, all in-person events scheduled for the month of April have been cancelled or postponed.
However, there are still many things to do from the comfort and safety of home. Several City of Coppell departments and facilities are providing online events, videos, and activities to help residents stay engaged and connected during this time.
If you are a non-profit organization and would like to add your virtual event to the monthly Event Guide, email email@example.com for details.
Restock your pantry with fresh produce and support local at the Coppell Farmers Market every Saturday in April. The City of Coppell considers the CFM a viable grocery option during the current shelter in place orders issued by both Dallas County and the City of Coppell, and the CFM plans to continue to offer grocery services during the current COVID-19 public health emergency. Strict safety precautions will be implemented at the CFM during this time. Please read about these precautions before attending to be prepared. The market is located at 768 W. Main St., and will be open from 8 am – Noon, Saturday, April 4, 11, 18, and 25. Visit coppellfarmersmarket.org for more information.
The Coppell Arts Center has partnered with Coppell ISD, Coppell Creatives, and the Coppell Arts Council to create "Art in Place Coppell" — a virtual exhibit of art created by the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. All ages and levels are welcome to enter and art must be family friendly. Upload your visual and performing arts made during this time period to Instagram and include #ARTinPlaceCoppell in your post. Art will be featured online weekly and, once the pandemic passes, on display at the Arts Center as well as in Coppell ISD's magazine. Visit coppellartscenter.org for more details.
Discover all of the online resources Cozby Library and Community Commons provides to help you learn a new skill or hobby, find a tutor, or access home improvement tips and how-to videos. Visit coppelltx.gov/library and click on the Research and E-Learning section.
Follow Coppell Parks & Recreation on Facebook for ideas on how to Play in Place. Enjoy some time outside and play some Backyard Bingo, get silly and participate in at-home spirit day, or stay in shape with fitness challenges.
Don't forget to participate in the 2020 Census! Respond online, by phone, or by mail. Please visit 2020Census.gov.
Visit the trails of the Coppell Nature Park (while practicing proper social distancing) to view the early spring flowers in bloom (bluebonnets!), or go on a variety of scavenger hunts in your backyard with worksheets from the Biodiversity Education Center! Be sure to follow the BEC on Facebook for more virtual nature activities.
Stay connected to the arts with ideas from the Coppell Arts Center such as taking a virtual museum tour or completing their creative Bingo Challenge. Follow the Arts Center on Facebook.
Visit Town Center Plaza, 255 Parkway — behind Town Center, for some fresh air and an original story! Cozby Library and Community Commons' Storybook Walk is now on display featuring books by local students. Please remember to follow social distancing guidelines.
Need a friend? There are lots of dogs and cats available for adoption at Coppell Animal Services and fees will be reduced or waived. Walk-ins are not permitted at this time, so please call 972-304-3515 to make an appointment during regular business hours.
Follow Cozby Library on Facebook for weekly Storytime Themes, which include daily educational activities for kids to do at home or online.