Date Night in the Park
Looking for the perfect way to usher in spring with your sweetheart or your friends? Look no further than Date Night in the Park in Farmer’s Branch. Guests will have their pick of 11 food trucks as they enjoy music from Midnight River Choir at 6 p.m. and a screening of the Will Ferrell movie “Daddy’s Home.” Gates open at 5:30 at Farmer’s Branch Historical Park on Saturday, April 23. Childcare will be available for $10 per child. Childcare registration ends April 21. Further information can be found on the Farmer’s Branch official website or the event hotline at (972) 247-4607.
Tiny House Exhibit
Earth Day is about to get a whole lot greener as the Tiny House Exhibit rolls into Fair Park. Icons of the minimalist mentality, the tiny houses are a great way to learn about sustainability and a simpler lifestyle. The event is part of Earth Day Texas, and admission is free. The Tiny House Village will be on display Earth Day weekend, April 22-24 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Beth Ann Norrgard, who owns a 112-square foot house and runs popular Tiny House blog “A Bed Over My Head” will be hosting a panel on April 24 at 11 a.m.
Women in Commerce: Red, White and Jazz
What could possibly capture the spirit of Denton better than jazz music paired with art and washed down with some wine? This May, come and experience the essence of Denton while mixing and mingling with the strong women that make this community great. Red, White & Jazz will take place from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m at the Patterson-Appleton Arts Center on May 3. The event is hosted by Women in Commerce and the Denton Chamber of Commerce, and will feature wine tasting in addition to business networking opportunities for Denton women. For more information, visit the Women in Commerce website www.denton-chamber.org/winc.