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It’s the fugliest time of the year, y’all.

The Ugly Sweater Party trend doesn’t seem to be stopping any time soon, so might as well embrace it—and even win a little cash for having the best worst taste.

You’ll have countless opportunities this holiday season to break out the creepy Santas, weird-looking reindeer and evil snowmen, but there are two we definitely think you should add to your calendar.

This Saturday, The Round-Up presents its Toy Drive & Tacky Sweater Contest where you can help make a child’s holiday brighter by donating a new toy (or several), as well as showing off your hideous duds. All with the chance to walk away as the person with the ugliest sweater in all the land.

Or maybe you need more time to craft your own disasterpiece. No problem. Kimmi’s Annual Ugly Sweater Party returns with drink specials and a nonstop parade of knitted nightmares on December 19.

We’re sure there will be more, but for now, this should quench your thirst for kitsch this Christmas.

At least a little.

Toy Drive & Tacky Sweater Contest
Saturday, December 2

5:00 to 6:00 p.m.
The Round-Up Saloon
3912 Cedar Springs Road, Dallas

Kimmi’s Annual Ugly Sweater Party
Tuesday, December 19

8:00 to 11:00 p.m.
Woody’s Dallas
4011 Cedar Springs Road, Dallas



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