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Frisco Discovery Center Calendar

  1. The Language of Color - Edith Torres' Solo Art Exhibition - Frisco Art Gallery

    May 5, 2017, 9:00 AM - June 16, 2017, 8:00 PM @ Frisco Discovery Center - Frisco Art Gallery

    Edith Torres is a professional artist, who works boldly in paint with large, colorful abstract paintings. She and her husband and two dogs live in Plano, TX.

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  1. Safety Palooza

    May 20, 2017, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM @ Baylor Medical Center at Frisco

    During Safety Palooza, first responders will be on-hand all afternoon to answer questions and show off many of their “tools of the trade” used when emergencies happen. See the Police Department’s Traffic Unit demonstrate their competitive motorcycle skills, and peek inside a CareFlite helicopter. The Frisco Fire Department will also have units on scene for show and tell. The Frisco Police Honor Guard will also present colors and hold a 21-gun salute at approximately 10:00 a.m. to kick off Police Memorial Week.

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  2. Frisco Community Awareness Night (CAN)

    May 20, 2017, 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM

    Host Your Neighborhood's Block Party Through Frisco CAN, the City of Frisco invites residents to join in this special opportunity to get to know our neighbors, while making our communities more safe. Frisco CAN was launched in 2013 as a local version of National Night Out.

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  1. Exhibit: Rural Texas Women at Work, 1930-1960

    April 8, 2017 - June 18, 2017 @ Frisco Heritage Museum

    Exhibit: Rural Texas Women at Work, 1930-1960 April 5 - June 18 Frisco Heritage Museum Sponsored by Texas A&M University, Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Arts Council of Brazos Valley and produced by Humanities Texas, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. “Rural Texas Women at Work” pays tribute to the daily lives of industrious and enterprising, rural Texas women and their families in the middle third of the 20th Century. In addition to performing the common tasks of housewives everywhere—cooking, housekeeping and doing laundry, they raised large gardens, tended flocks of poultry, canned and preserved foods for their families, made and repaired furnishings, picked cotton, drove tractors and took over the men’s work during World War II.

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