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Sharkey’s Cuts for Kids Invites You Their Grand Opening this Weekend and Enjoy the Fun!

In General Interest by FOL Editor

NOW OPEN in Frisco! Sharkey’s Cuts for Kids “Where Haircuts are Cool and Fun Rules.” Join us for our GRAND OPENING this weekend (November 14th and 15th) Bounce House * Snacks * Give-a-ways 11955 Dallas Parkway, Suite 800 NW  Corner of Tollway and Eldorado In front of Market Street Grocery Store 214-387-8200 Now taking appointments, but walk-ins welcome, too! At …

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Christmas in the Square Special Dates

In Family Activities by FOL Editor

Largest choreographed holiday lights and music display in TexasNovember 27, 2009 – January 3, 2010 5:30PM – 9:30PM every eveningFrisco Square – Main St. at Coleman Blvd, Frisco TXDallas North Tollway at Main St., Frisco, TX 75034 Additional Activities/Attractions December 11, 12, 18 and 19, 5:30PM –9:30PM Carriage Rides Trackless Train Santa Claus (In the Market Place) Miniature Trains display  …

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Bedrooms, Backpacks and Beyond Looks into Teen Substance Abuse

In General Interest by FOL Editor

Sometimes a lipstick isn’t a lipstick and sometimes a highlighter isn’t a highlighter. As FISD wraps up Red Ribbon Week a group of parents and educators gathered at Frisco High School Thursday, October 29, to look beyond the fun of pajama day and into the depths of the lives of teens hiding substance abuse from their parents and friends. The …

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38 Artists Come Together to Support Low-income Neighborhood Literacy Programs

In Reading Room by FOL Editor

Despite the fact that the art world is experiencing the same economic struggles as other sectors, 38 artists have generously donated their time and artwork to support a new local non-profit called My Very Own Book (MVOB).  Their generous donations are a testament to their support of MVOB’s goals to increase literacy skills in elementary schools in low-income neighborhoods and …

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Sci-Tech Discovery Center Hosts Future Scientist Activities

In Family Activities by FOL Editor

Frisco, Texas – November 5, 2009 – It’s never too early for kids to start learning about science! Sci-Tech Discovery Center hosts weekday activities for budding scientists ages six and under. Every Tuesday from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m., toddlers age three and under are invited to step into the Sci-Tech WOW Lab for a morning of mind-stretching fun. Enjoy story …

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Frisco Cycling Club Youth Enjoy First Off-Season Ride

In Youth Sports by FOL Editor

FRISCO, TEXAS – The Frisco Cycling Club Youth Development Program started its off-season training with a road ride in the country on October 31.  10 youth and five adult members enjoyed the sunshine and camaraderie as they practiced safe riding skills.  Rides will continue throughout the winter as weather permits.  Whether you are an advanced rider or just starting out, everyone …

Frisco Public Library Youth Services Programming for December

In Reading Room by FOL Editor

  For more information on all programs call 972-292-KNOW or visit www.friscolibrary.com   Kids’ Programs   Please note: Free tickets are required for entry to our children’s programs.  These are available in the library the day of programming on a first come, first served basis.     Toddler and Preschool Storytimes Tuesdays and Fridays Toddlers (Ages 18 mos. – 3 …

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Centennial Titans Host Marching Festival

In High School by FOL Editor

The Centennial High School Titan Band Booster Association is proud to host the 3td Annual Centennial Marching Festival, held at Frisco Memorial Stadium, on October 31, 2009.  For $7 you can enjoy a day full of entertainment from bands all over North Texas, at the marching festival.   Centennial High School is the only school in Frisco hosting such an event, …