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Frisco Attractions to Donate Profits, Offer Complimentary Admission in Response to Hurricane Harvey

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Frisco, Texas (August 31, 2017) – Over the past several days, North Texas has opened its doors and hearts to those who have temporarily relocated to the area due to Hurricane Harvey. Several Frisco tourism partners are organizing relief efforts, as well as offering free admission for Hurricane Harvey evacuees. Please see a list of current offerings below:   FC Dallas …

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Fans To Give Back As The National Videogame Museum Raises Funds For Hurricane Harvey Relief

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WHAT:The National Videogame Museum (NVM) will donate half of all admission sales this Saturday (Sept. 2) to the United Way of Greater Houston. The museum will guarantee a minimum donation of $2,500. WHEN:Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. WHERE:National Videogame Museum –  8004 Dallas Parkway, Frisco, TX 75034 ADMISSION:Admission: $12 $10 for children 10 and under, as well as for …

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NOT UR GIRLFRENZ Wins 2017 “Battle Of The Legends”

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Inspiring youth across the nation and beyond to pick up an instrument and find their passion – that’s what NOT UR GIRLFRENZ is all about. And they’re not even teenagers yet. Along the way, this Dallas-based, all-girl preteen power trio is making waves in the local market with their high-energy shows, award-winning performances and an ever-growing base of loyal fans, …

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Frisco Convention & Visitors Bureau Announces Rebranding to ‘Visit Frisco’

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Frisco, Texas (July 25, 2017) – The Frisco Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) announced today it is rebranding the organization to “Visit Frisco.” The unveiling was made at a tourism event attended by industry partners, city officials and department staff at Toyota Stadium’s newly renovated Winners Club. “Not only is Visit Frisco a call to action, but an invitation to visitors, …

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Best and Worst Drivers in Texas

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Texas, known as the Lone Star State, is the second most populous state in America. With nearly eight and a half million vehicles registered in Texas, it’s also the state with the second most cars. Millions of citizens and millions of vehicles means roads in Texas are packed with drivers. According to our earlier research, Texas residents rank as the …

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Family Science Night 2017: Family Learning at its Most Fun

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FRISCO, TX (June 20, 2017)–During summer in Texas, families face a challenge. Parents want to keep their kids learning. Kids want to have fun. Everybody just wants to stay cool. Frisco Public Library’s 3rd annual Family Science Night covered all three, and thousands of residents turned up to share it. The Perot Museum returned to amaze and delight with two …

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Frisco Chamber of Commerce State of the City Luncheon

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The Frisco Chamber of Commerce business owners and area residents are invited to join our new Mayor Jeff Cheney at the Chamber’s annual State of the City Luncheon. In the spirit of transparency, the Mayor’s address will lay out his 100-Day Plan to deliver on commitments and critical objectives outlined during the campaign. Mayor Cheney is eager to move Frisco …

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Hollyhock Grand Opens With Artful Celebration Elegant Amenity Center Focus Of Hollyhock

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FRISCO, Texas –April 20, 2017 – Hollyhock, Newland’s master-planned community in Frisco, Texas, recently celebrated its grand opening with a focus on the arts. Residents and guests experienced the refined, artistic elements of the community, and were treated to visual delights from local artists, delicious food and treats from locally-owned businesses, and fun lawn games for the whole family.  DJ …

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Spring Into Action: Daylight Saving Time Begins March 12

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Remember to Change Clock, Smoke Detector Batteries; Adjust Irrigation Timers; Prepare for Severe Weather Season (March 10, 2017) Spring forward this Sunday and adjust your sprinkler system. The City of Frisco reminds residents Daylight Saving Time (DST) triggers time-of-day watering restrictions under the city’s annual Water Efficiency Plan. Beginning March 12, outdoor watering is not allowed between 10 a.m. and …

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Exciting News from Frisco Community Theatre

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Frisco Community Theatre (FCT) has been bringing Frisco live stage productions since 1985. The road has not always been an easy one as FCT lost their performance space and was almost broke in 2007. At that time, Howard Korn took the leadership role of president and kept the theatre company alive by sheer determination until they moved into The Black …