Work with Frisco-based artists to paint bisque bowls and create a work-of-art that can be donated through Empty Bowls McKinney to combat hunger. No experience is necessary. Children 12 years and older welcome if accompanied by a parent/guardian. Creations become the event bowls for which 14 local restaurants serve unique soups, with proceeds benefiting Community Lifeline Center.
The 2020 Frisco Classic features four of the country’s top teams spanning three days of play at the home of Frisco RoughRiders. The weekend tournament will have two games per day with each team playing the other three times in a round-robin format. The four teams: Oklahoma State University, Texas A&M University, University of California Los Angeles, University of Illinois.
This event is a juried fine arts and crafts festival featuring 120-plus of the best local and regional artists selling their handmade creations. Hours of both Saturday and Sunday are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Show promoter is Scheer Mattlage Events.
The Prince Entertainment presents South Asian Bridal Show 2020 until 6 p.m., with 43,000 square feet of wedding vendors. Join what the organizers claim is the biggest bridal show in the Dallas region's history. Call Nizar at 972.904.4120 for more details.
During Zip Line Days, guests climb a 23-foot tree to a zip platform then proceed to a 487-foot zip line. Tickets are $12 each for each time participants would like to travel down the zip line. Pre-registration is required at email@example.com. Meet at the Ropes Course; take closed-toed shoes, appropriate clothing for climbing and the weather, and a water bottle.
The mind-blowing spectacular show includes several individual performers and one duo act, each of whom has a role in the roughly two-and-a-half-hours (including intermission) of sleight of hand, escapism, card trickery, elaborate ruses and more. Full of hilarious magic tricks, death-defying stunts and acts of breathtaking wonder, The Illusionists dazzle audiences of all ages.
Art work from students in the Memorial and Heritage High School feeder patterns will be highlighted during an art show at 5515 Ohio Dr. from March 18-31. A reception will recognize Memorial feeder schools on March 24 with a reception for Heritage feeder schools slated for March 31. All are welcome.
The 2nd Annual Greater Frisco Home & Garden Show returns and is hosted by Home & Garden Shows By Show Technology. Friday hours are 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday hours 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Sunday hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
This is a Frisco family tradition and fun event with options, from the timed 5K to the 1 Mile Fun Run and the 50 yard dash for kids under 10 years old. Finisher medals, post-race food trucks, kids bounce house zone, and other offers to enjoy. Visit GetRacing.org for race details. Parking available in the parking garage behind the library.
This is a competition for the top racers from packs around the Iron Horse District. The event runs through noon. For more details, call 214.509.2100.
The festival features hundreds of pinball machines, classic video games and other game room goodies set up on FREE play for everyone to enjoy the entire weekend; tournaments offered. Vendors, collectors and hobbyists will bring parts, supplies, game room memorabilia, pinballs, slot machines, jukeboxes and video games for sale. Adult admission: $25 to $75. Phone 972.712.7200 with questions.
Frisco ISD hosts Kindergarten Round-Up at all elementary schools the week of March 30 through April 3. Students should turn five years old by Sept. 1. Complete an online pre-registration form in advance and take the following documents: birth certificate, social security card, immunization records, proof of residence, for example a current utility bill, and parent driver license.
Auditions will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for the Texas Children's Chorale, grades 4 and 5, at 420 Maplelawn Drive in Plano. Visit NTChoirs.com for details, or call 469.301.1718. Organizer: firstname.lastname@example.org.