Even though there’s no snow, don’t get left out in the cold… there’s a Polar Express Pajama Party, the Frosty 5K, a musical Winter Wonderland, and holiday lights galore all this week! Plus, Christmas in the Square is still a sight to see!
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Saturday, December 13
“5th Annual Polar Express Pajama Party” starting at 4pm! Tickets on sale NOW! Space is limited for Santa, photos, dinner, movie, balloon artist, winter games, meet the characters from FROZEN, and more! If you’re still in doubt, watch our promo video clip.
“Sonic Event Benefiting Lovepacs“ – All Sonic Drive-Ins in Frisco, McKinney, Allen, The Colony, and Plano are offering a free Route 44 drink with a donation. Lovepacs will have people accepting donations and passing out free Route 44 coupons from 9am to 5pm at every location. LovePacs fed almost 900 “at-risk” kids in Frisco alone over Thanksgiving break.
“Frosty 5K & Merry Mile” – ‘Thumpity, Thump, Thump…Look at Frosty Go!’ Lace up your shoes and join Frosty the Snowman for the ‘Frosty 5K & Merry Mile‘ on Saturday, Dec. 13 at Simpson Plaza in Frisco Square, 6101 Frisco Square Blvd., Merry Mile starts at 8 a.m.; the 5K gets underway at 8:30 a.m. Prizes awarded for individual times. Teams awarded for costumes, numbers, t-shirts and spirit.
“Holiday Lights” at Frisco Fire Safety Town, from 6-9pm at 8601 Gary Burns Drive, next to Central Fire Station. Bring the entire family and walk through the outdoor town to see the miniature buildings decorated for the holiday season. Christmas crafts, stories and more!
“NCA Holiday Classic All-Star Cheer” all day in Dr Pepper Arena.
“Frisco StarFest” – At sundown, weather permitting, in Frisco Commons Park. Free to all.
Tuesday, December 16
“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.
Wednesday, December 17
“Frisco Youth Symphony Orchestra (FYSO) Presents Winter Wonderland” – Make spirits bright with a festive musical gift of Yuletide classics from the Frisco Youth Symphony Orchestra from 7-8pm at Liberty High School, 15250 Rolater Road, Frisco, 75035. It’s a Christmastime tradition, featuring a wintry mix of holiday classics new and old. Bring the family, and your good cheer, for the most joyous Frisco Youth Symphony Orchestra concert of the season. Admission is free and the raffle begins at 6pm. The Silent Auction will be held online at http://www.32auctions.com/fysowinter Items Include: Dallas Symphony Orchestra Date Night Package; FC Dallas Regular Season Game Package; Dallas Stars New Year’s Eve Package.
GET READY FOR:
“Frisco HOME for the HOLIDAYS” on December 20th at 4pm in Frisco High School hosted by Mayor Maher Maso. Performances by the Frisco Chorale, Plano Symphony Orchestra, Plano Civic Chorus, and Acoustix Vocal Quartet. Tickets are $15 general admission and you can find more details at http://planosymphony.org
“Collin County Ballet Theatre presents: The Nutcracker” at Heritage High School, at 3PM and 7PM on Saturday, December 20. http://www.ccballet.com/the-nutcracker.html
“Christmas in the Square” Christmas in the Square has returned for its 10th year full of established favorites and new surprises, too. Holiday lights and music (available on 92.9 FM) choreographed by Frisco’s own Jeff Trykoski (Illumimax LLC). With over 175,000 lights, 11.5 miles of wiring and 8 miles of extension cords. Christmas in the Square is unlike anything you have ever seen.