Fourth Friday Film Series Begins Friday at Parr Park in Grapevine! - FREE

This Friday, June 26, join the Grapevine Parks & Recreation team for a new series, Fourth Friday Films! Grab your blankets, lawn chairs, family, friends and get outside to enjoy a family-friendly movie together. This five-week series will showcase a different park or pool and show a movie on our all new 3-D capable screen! Our first film is “The Lego Movie” at Parr Park, 3010 Parr Lane. Movies will begin at dusk.

Red, White & Sousa - June 26th

The songs of America will come to life 100-voices strong when the city of Colleyville presents Red, White & Sousa on Friday, June 26. The free patriotic concert begins at 8:00 p.m.; gates open at 6:30 p.m. and the gourmet food trucks will start serving at that time. It all takes place at Colleyville Center, 5301 Riverwalk Dr.


Register for Zombie Survival Camp on Monday, June 22

It’s not IF the zombies will ever attack, it’s WHEN will they attack? Will you be prepared to survive in a world without TVs and computer screens?! Learn survival skills such as building shelters, fire safety, first aid, plant identification and most importantly – how to work as a team. With the threat always looming, you’ll also learn self-defense and other tactics to safely fend off the biters against attack. At the end of the week you can put all of your skills to the test as you attempt to survive an actual ‘zombie attack’. Will you have what it takes to survive the undead?! Ages 7-12 years are welcome! The next Zombie Camp is June 22-26, from 9 am-12 pm at Parr Park.


Please visit to register!

State Rep. Giovanni Capriglione Town Hall Meeting

State Rep. Giovanni Capriglione will be hosting a post-session Town Hall meeting to provide constituents a legislative update.


Thursday, June 25th

Keller City Hall (1100 Bear Creek Pkwy, Keller, TX 76248)

7:00 pm

School Supplies Needed for Annual GCISD Back-to-School Fair

To help students get ready for the new school year, GCISD has again partnered with CONNECT and the community to provide backpacks, school supplies and school and community services information to students and families in need through the 4th Annual Back-to-School Fair. This year will be the largest ever for the Fair, with more than 2,200 students registered, increasing the number of vital donations needed for our students.


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