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Your January calendar in Collin County and beyond

Start the new year on the right foot! With the holidays in the rearview mirror, January may seem like a smooth month. Here comes Collin County to change that. Get ready for art, sports, concerts and more for the next 31 days.

January 6 – 15 | ArtCentre Theatre, Plano

Enjoy a fast-paced and refreshing adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic 1813 novel, infused with the wit and romance of the original novel.

January 7 | Oak Point Park, Plano

Don’t let the cold stop you from enjoying fresh air and good exercise. Bring the whole family as this event includes races for all difficulty levels and a warm and cozy party with hot cakes, coffee, hot chocolate and ice cold beer.

January 13 | Winspire Opera House, Dallas

If you were looking for something else, you just found this. This multi-disciplinary shadow puppet theater showcases over 480 handmade puppets, animation and theater that tell the story of this Persian epic.

January 14 | ArtCentre Theatre, Plano

For one night only, Candy Von Jameson and her associates will sing, dance and strip to Broadway’s most iconic musical numbers.

January 14 | Lowry Freshman Center Auditorium, Allen

The Allen Philharmonic Orchestra will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the first Harry Potter book a family evening full of music and magic.

19 – 21 January | Willow Bend Arts Center, Plano

Infamous Texas couple Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow come back to life in this thrilling show of love, adventure and crime.

January 20 | Eisemann Center, Richardson

An amazing tribute to soul music pioneer Sam Cooke, one of America’s most iconic performers, from Bradd Marquis.

21 – 22 January | Plano Event Center

All aboard! The largest model train show in the North Dallas area features over 18 dioramas.

26 – 28 January | PAC Performance Hall, Allen

The Fine Arts Department of Allen ISD brings Shrek to life in his true form: the musical.

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