If you’re planning ahead Frisco Square is holding their 3rd Annual “Trick or Treat the Square” on October 27th from 1-4PM.
Now on with this weekend… Live music in small and large venues, charity events, motorcycle rides, a mother/son dance and of course… high school football!
Thursday, September 19th
Three Squares hosts charity event for Prosperity Place. Offering 10% off food to be given to the charity as well as 1/2 price beer and wine from 5pm to 8pm.
eSpiritu Fine Wine and Spirits hosts live music every Thurs and Sat. 8-10p Tonight Joe Silva is playing one last show on his way back to Nashville. No cover.
Friday, September 20th
Frisco Improv Players are doing two shows Friday and Saturday at 8pm in the Black Box Theater in the Frisco Discovery Center. All tickets are $12.
Caller 9 is playing at Lemon Bar, show starts at 9pm.
|Lone Star HS||7:30 PM||Van Alstyne||A-Van Alstyne HS|
|Wakeland HS||7:30 PM||Trinity Christian Academy Homecoming||H-FISD Memorial Stadium|
Saturday, September 21st
Stop by the Frisco Farmers Market, it’s the next to last weekend, from 8am to 1pm or until supplies run out (and they often do).
Riding 4 Meals Motorcycle Poker Run – to help raise awareness and funds for the hungry in our communities. Join lead rider, Frisco Mayor Maher Maso, and other motorcycle riders and help Feed Frisco. Cost: $25, $15 for passenger. -Your trip includes a beautiful ride through North Texas with entertaining stops:
- Live Music by the Iron Fist of Duncan
- Fantastic Food from Area Restaurants
- Grand Prize Drawing & Other Prizes
- Bike Games & Precision Skills Show
- Free T-Shirt to the first 200 signed up
Breakaway Music Festival: FC Dallas Stadium, 9200 World Cup Way: Experience your favorite playlists in person: Wu Tang Clan, Matt & Kim, Empire of the Sun, Big Gigantic, Explosions in the Sky and Ra Ra Riot highlight the lineup. There will also be local bands and DJ’s. This event will definitely attract music fans from all over! Get Tickets
Magic of Hope 2013; 5:00pm CDT – 8:00pm CDT, September 21st, 2013, in Dr. Pepper Arena. Featuring Mike Super Benefiting the Chloe Duyck Memorial Fund.
Mother Son Dance “A Knight to Remember” Embassy Suites Ballroom, Frisco Conference Center
$15: Residents, $18: Non-residents; Come prepared for an evening full of dancing and fun! Dress formal or in your best Medival-themed attire. Knights, please leave your swords at home. Light refreshments will be served.
Sunday, September 22nd – Wednesday, September 25th
SculpTechular is still going at the Frisco Discovery Center through the 28th.
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