Frisco Public Library jumped right into summer this year. First, nationally-acclaimed banjo-playing songster Jim Gill had a packed Council Chambers jumping to his joy-inducing songs. The kiddos were educated on music, science and art.
Both new and existing supporters attended Frisco Family Services' 25th Anniversary Gala. This fun-filled event was held at the Hilton Dallas/Plano Granite Park location. This annual event helps to raise money to help hundreds of families in need across the community.
“Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world.” – Nelson Mandela Nelson Mandela’s words could not have rung truer than on Saturday, April 6, at the Star in Frisco, to celebrate Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County Gala 2019. "Texas-sized fun!”
Both new and longtime supporters gathered at Hilton Dallas/Plano Granite Park March 23 to celebrate Frisco Family Services’ 25th year of commitment to the community. Nearly 500 guests attended, and an incredible amount of money was raised to support families in crisis who live in the Frisco and Frisco ISD community. Photography by Bri Morales, Gabriela Gilstrap and J-Bomb Arts
Ladies Who Launch is a monthly luncheon networking opportunity for women in arts and business hosted by Frisco Arts. It is a place to learn from each other, make new friends and enjoy a delicious lunch! March had a fun Mardi Gras theme decorated by Joy in the Breakroom.
Get to Know Frisco Mixer is a monthly mixer to help welcome new residents and businesses to the community. It is a casual way to make new friends and get to know the city, as well as get referrals to local businesses. Join Get to Know Frisco on Facebook to see where the event will … Continued
UPtv's new series, Design Twins, held its premiere party at Cinemark West Plano and XD Theatre. Event sponsors included Cinemark, UPtv, Oriental Trading, the Cookie Rack (Frisco) and Love the Day (Celina). Photography by Alison Worthen Photography and Melissa Hancock Photography
Frisco Arts hosted a lunch and panel discussion with 4 movers and shakers in arts and business, at the Lincoln Experience Center at the Star. The panelists included, Emily Ledet, Sr. Vice President of Bank of America, Katherine Wagner, CEO of Business Council for the Arts, Mayor Jeff Cheney, Founder of Cheney Group and Bryan Elmore, … Continued
Frisco Fine Arts and Serendipity Labs collaborated to celebrate the season with a holiday party and art showcase. Guests enjoyed a display of art by Randy Jacobs and CJ Cowden as well as a chef's selection from Didi's Downtown. Entertainment for the evening included Adrian Lyas, a Frisco native.
Frisco Arts celebrates 2018 with a heARTfelt celebration! Guests enjoyed wine and appetizers as well as several performances. The performances featured Indian dancer Khushboo Rawlley; electric violinist Zuriel Merek; David Gaschen, who played the Phantom of the Opera in NYC; and commissioned sculpture by Roger Belveal. Photography by Briana Morales