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Spirit of Halloween Event

Halloween at the Hospital!

Spirit Halloween volunteers brought the spirit of the holiday to our patients. From face painting to games, patients at Children’s Medical Centergot a break from their treatments to enjoy the treats of Halloween! And thanks to generous donations from our community, kids stuck in the hospital during the holiday season could even pick out a […]

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Barnyard at the Texas State Fair

Today is opening day of the great State Fair of Texas! And we’re happy to say the Children’s Medical Center Barnyard petting zoo will be there once again. Don’t forget, when you and your kids stop by to pet the pigs or any animals, use the hand sanitizer available in dispensers all around the Barnyard. […]

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Clowning around at Children’s

Crystal Goss spent a day with the Children’s Funnyatrics clowns. Following is her account of the experience. I knew the clowns from the Children’s Funnyatrics Program were going to be funny. I mean, they are clowns. We asked them to hang out with us for a behind-the-scenes photo and video shoot for the second season […]

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MLK Day

Celebrating Dr. King

If you will be at the hospital this week, be sure to stop by these events in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Monday, Jan. 16 Noon to 1 p.m. Character Chorus, Bray Elementary School, Cedar Hill Butterfly Atrium, Dallas campus 2 p.m. Service honoring The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Abbott Chapel, […]

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Cops bring holiday cheer to Children’s

Editor’s note: A version of this story first appeared in 2013 and has been updated with new information. Most of the time when you see a cop, there may be some unpleasant associations. But for kids in the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders (CCBD) at Children’s Health Children’s Medical Center in Dallas, that’s definitely not the case: […]

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Children’s holiday parade

Hope you enjoyed the Children’s Medical Center Holiday Parade Presented by Capital One Bank on Dec. 4 in downtown Dallas as much as I did.The parade, which many families consider the “official” start of the holiday season, raises money for Children’s Medical Center, specifically for our Child Life department. Our child life specialists work with […]

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