With basketball, classical music, book signings, and art, it should be a HOPPY Easter Weekend full of fun things to do in Frisco!
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Easter Sunday is this weekend so if you haven’t already made plans or bough your ham check out Bonnie Ruth’s for Easter Brunch. A long standing Frisco favorite, Bonnie Ruth’s has quite a spread and an upscale brunch environment, not to mention a great patio. But bring your patience, there will almost certainly be a wait.
Keep up with what’s happening in Frisco:
Thursday, April 2
“Stitchers Book Club” – In Frisco Public Library, from 7-8:30pm, join this group to discuss books and work on your needlework projects in the 5th floor City Room of the library.
Friday, April 3
“Texas Legends vs. Maine Red Claws” – 7pm tipoff in Dr. Pepper Arena.
“Bel Air Brass – Astraios Music” – At 7pm in Black Box Theater, Astraios Music is back with another FREE, interactive classical music concert featuring trumpeter Daniel Kelly and the Texas A&M-Commerce faculty brass quintet. (Rescheduled from Feb 28 due to inclement weather.) Meet the musicians for a light reception after the concert. FREE Admission; NO tickets and NO RSVP needed (space is limited.) Questions? Call 469-744-4825 or email email@example.com
“Brian Cuban & Kathy Carniero book signing @ Salata” – From 5-8pm, Brian Cuban and Kathy Carniero will be in Frisco to speak at a free event open to the public about how nutrition and diet have changed both of their lives. Cuban, author of Shattered Image: My Triumph Over Body Dysmorphic Disorder, and Carniero, author of The Cann Family Series, will also sign copies of their books after they speak. The event will be at the Salata restaurant at 3411 Preston Road in Frisco. For more information on Cuban and Carnier, please visit www.briancuban.com and www.thecannfamily.com. Additional Details on the event can be found at www.facebook.com/events/350830585107036/.
Cecil’s Truck playing at Dodies Live at 9pm, doors open at 8:30.
Saturday, April 4
“Texas Legends vs. Idaho Stampede” – 7pm tipoff in Dr. Pepper Arena for the “SOLES 4 SOULS” game… Help wear out poverty by donating a pair of new or gently used shoes to Soles 4 Souls at the Legends game. Soles 4 Souls helps orphanages throughout Central and South America including Haiti, Costa Rica, Honduras, Guatemala, and Tazania. Bring your shoes with you and a drop-off bin will be located at the front of the arena. Get Texas Legends tickets!
“Easter activities at Elevate Life Church” – 75,000 candy-filled Easter egg hunt at 11 a.m…. it’s one of the largest in North Texas. Additionally, get ready for outdoor festivities from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. including food trucks, bounce houses, the Easter Bunny and a full class car and truck show.
During their Easter outdoor festivities we will be creating the World’s Largest Human Easter Egg immediately following the Easter egg hunt by assembling everyone in the shape of an Easter egg and flying a drone over to capture an aerial photo of the at least 2,500 people for this feat. Special needs children are encouraged to attend all of Elevate Life’s Easter activities. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions. And, Easter fun is not just for the kids – from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. there will be a full class car, truck and cycle show in the parking lot. Everything from exotic, vintage and unique will be on-site. http://elevatelife.com
Sunday, April 5 EASTER SUNDAY
Tuesday, April 7
“Frisco City Council Meeting” – The Frisco City Council typically meets the first and third Tuesdays of each month inside the City Council Chamber at the George A. Purefoy Municipal Center, 6101 Frisco Square Blvd. Citizens are welcome to attend the open meeting, which generally begins at 6:30 p.m. Citizens’ input is heard at approximately 7:30 p.m.
“VAGF Presents ‘Mythology‘” – Join us at the opening night of “Mythology,” the title/theme for the Visual Arts Guild of Frisco’s spring art show in the Frisco Art Gallery inside the Discovery Center. Running through May 17th, come see artists’ interpretations of the stories we pass down for generations.
GET READY FOR:
“Frisco RoughRiders Opening Night” – Next Thursday, April 9th, in Dr Pepper Ballpark, come see the first pitch of the season at 7:05 pm!http://www.ridersbaseball.com for full schedule & tickets
“Frisco Arts Summer Camps” – Beginning in June, Frisco Arts is hosting seven different groups’ summer camps at the Frisco Discovery Center, 8004 N. Dallas Pkwy, Frisco, TX, 75034. Camp themes run the gamut from theatre to technology and are geared towards kids ages 3-17. Global art will do hands-on creations and activities, 7-Notes, Frisco Youth Theatre, Drama Kids, and Squee Productions will cover theatre, dance, and music. SED (Science, Entertainment, and Design) along with the Girl Scouts will cater to the sciences.
“Texas Legends Basketball Summer Camp” – For ages 6-14, come join boys and girls camps in June, July, and August to learn free throwing, speed shooting, rebounding, defense, strength, agility, passing, and teamwork with the Legends. From 8:30am to 3:30pm each day, the camp will be located at Bent Tree Bible Fellowship and lunch/concessions available for purchase. Ways to Register: Mail: If you’re mailing in your registration packet, print and fill out the form and mail it to: 2601 Avenue of the Stars Suite 300, Frisco, Texas, 75034. Via E-Mail: If you’re e-mailing in your registration packet, print the form and fill it in, then scan the form back in and e-mail to: camps@TexLegends.com Via Fax: If you’re faxing in your registration packet, print and fill out the form and fax to: 214-469-0823 For Confirmation: All forms of Camp Registration will receive a written E-Mail confirmation within 5 business days of receiving the Registration Form.