Come salute all things American as we celebrate faith and family. This one-hour program will feature the Stonebriar Wind Symphony in an evening of music that will honor our nation and the heroes who serve and protect it. The concert will begin at 5 p.m. and be followed by a family picnic. Free admission.
Musical Arts Schoolhouse presents their Fall Music and Art Gallery Show, MAS Celebrates Mother Goose.
Join in on the celebration as our school friends help Mother Goose find Peter Peter (who is apparently missing), as we present to you some of our favorite Mother Goose tales and other rhymes that may sound familiar to you.
The Aga Khan Trust for Culture’s Historic Cities exhibition highlights 27 of the numerous restoration, rehabilitation, and transformative projects undertaken in various parts of the developing world. The exhibition is sponsored by the Aga Khan Council for Central United States, a governance body of a culturally diverse community of individuals who live in more than 25 countries around the world.
The presentation and exhibition are free and open to the public.
For more information about the exhibition, contact Aga Khan Council for Central United States at ijkp@TheIsmailiUSA.org.
For exhibition hours or additional information, contact Amira Albalancy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please join us for a fun, interactive event with faculty, staff, and student readings of challenged, banned, and/or censored works and an exciting multi-round trivia competition with prizes and trophies. Refreshments will be served. All are invited.
For the fist time in Frisco, Lumedia Musicworks will be performing early music at the Frisco Fine Art Gallery. Lumedia Musicworks brings the excitement of early music into the modern era with fresh perspectives, captivating media, and live performances, making it accessible to new audiences in Dallas – Fort Worth and beyond. This event can be enjoyed by music lovers of all ages. Champagne reception is at 7 and concert starts promptly at 7:30. Additional parking is available across the street or beneath the Frisco Water Tower.