Category Archives: Coppell

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Back-to-School Nights
August 15-18

Each campus in the district will host a back-to-school event that will give families and students the opportunity to meet teachers, drop off school supplies and become familiar with the school. In addition, those who have not completed all steps of the registration process can do so at these events. The schedule is as follows:

Tuesday, August 15 – high schools, 5 to 7 p.m.

Wednesday, August 16 – middle schools, 5 to 7 p.m.

Thursday, August 17 – elementary schools, 5 to 7 p.m.

Friday, August 18 – early childhood schools, 2 to 4 p.m.


School Supply Drive
August 18, 6 – 7:30 p.m. 

First Baptist Church in Irving (403 S. Main Street) will be having a School Supply Drive to help provide students with the tools they need to succeed. Parents of Kindergarten – 5th grade students may pick up a free package of school supplies, while supplies last. 

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Free Genealogy Classes
August 4 – 18, 12:30 p.m.
Free genealogy classes are available to the public provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints, who has created the largest collection of family records in the world. A three part course will be offered at The Summit Active Adult Center in Grand Prairie. Topics that will be covered include Genealogy for Beginners, Sources for Genealogical Information and Search Techniques for Genealogical Information. Instructors for the course are Elder and Sister Grieve, missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter‐day Saints. Classes will be Fridays at 12:30 pm. The class is free for all Summit members. Nonmembers may be charged a $5 entrance fee by The Summit. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints collection of family records includes more than 3 billion deceased people and has 5,003 family history centers in 138 countries.


Summer School Graduation
August 10, 7 p.m.
Summer school graduation for all high schools is Singley Academy.


Auditions
August 12, 10:30am-4:30pm
The Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra will be holding auditions for the Lone Star Youth Orchestra’s 2017-2018 Season at the Irving Arts Center.

Based in Irving, the Lone Star Youth Orchestra is the only tuition-free youth orchestra in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The Lone Star Youth Orchestra is open to all middle and high school students residing in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. These talented youths are given the opportunity to supplement and enhance their music education by learning symphonic literature through high-quality orchestral and ensemble training with the very best in the field. Students have the opportunity to perform with the Garland Symphony Orchestra and the Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra through our side-by-side concerts, and students may also compete for scholarship opportunities and guest artist spots through our annual concerto competition.

Auditions are by appointment only. All audition information can be found at www.lascolinassymphony.org/lsyo. Students can expect to perform two scales, a solo of their choice, and 2-3 excerpts that have been preselected for their instrument.

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Blood Donation
July 30, 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Thousands of people have responded to the emergency call for blood donations issued by the American Red Cross in early July, but there continues to be a critical summer blood shortage. Eligible donors of all types are urgently needed.

After issuing the emergency call, the Red Cross has experienced a 30 percent increase in blood donation appointments through mid-July. Despite this improvement, blood products are still being distributed to hospitals as fast as donations are coming in, so more donations are needed to meet patient needs and replenish the blood supply.

A blood donation drive will be held at Holy Family of Nazareth Catholic Parish, 2323 Cheyenne Street, Irving.


Free Genealogy Classes
August 4 – 18, 12:30 p.m. 

Free genealogy classes are available to the public provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints, who has created the largest collection of family records in the world. A three part course will be offered at The Summit Active Adult Center in Grand Prairie.

Topics that will be covered include Genealogy for Beginners, Sources for Genealogical Information and Search Techniques for Genealogical Information. Instructors for the course are Elder and Sister Grieve, missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter‐day Saints.

Classes will be Fridays at 12:30 pm. The class is free for all Summit members. Nonmembers may be charged a $5 entrance fee by The Summit.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints collection of family records includes more than 3 billion deceased people and has 5,003 family history centers in 138 countries.

 

 

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Celebrate Coppell – Party In The Park
July 1, 2  – 10 p.m.

Coppell’s annual Independence Day celebration returns to Andrew Brown Park East, 260 E. Parkway Blvd. Park bigger and better than ever.


5k for Coppell Special Olympics
July 1

The Get You In Shape Coppell 5K benefiting Coppell Special Olympics is a community event with a 1-mile fun run and a timed 5K Race on July 1st and is a part of Celebrate Coppell. This will be the first 5k in the newly updated Coppell Parks. For more information and to register for this family-friendly, community event visit: www.Coppell5K.com.


Irving Heritage House
July 2, 3-5 p.m.

Recognizing the 75th anniversary of the Little Golden Books, a special exhibit of vintage books from the collection of Heritage Society member Karen Jackson will be on display at the Irving Heritage House. The Heritage House is located at 303 South O’Connor and monthly tours now include Mary’s Playhouse in the garden area as well. Admission is free. Guest will receive a complimentary copy of the history book Irving, Texas: From Rails to Wings by Norma Stanton.

Little Golden Books were created in 1942 for children. Some of the first books included Three Little Kittens, Bedtime Stories, Prayers for Children, The Little Red Hen and the all-time favorite and the top seller The Poky Little Puppy. The books have been colorfully illustrated with distinct styles from such artists as Richard Scarry, Eloise Wilkin, and Garth Williams. The books sold for 25 cents and you were even allowed to write your name in them.


School Supply Drive
July 2-August 6

Help Irving ISD students start the school year off right by donating school supplies. All Irving Fire Stations are collecting school supplies July 2 through August 6. Supplies needed include:

Backpacks
Composition books
Crayons (24 count)
Rulers (standard and metric)
2-inch binders with dividers
Plastic folders with brads and pockets
No. 2 pencils
Small scissors
Spiral notebooks
Washable markers (8 count)
Erasers (large, bevel)
Glue sticks
Notebook paper (wide and college ruled)
Colored pencils (12 count)
Pencil box or pouch
Financial donations are also being accepted. Contact 972-600-5018 for more information.


Irving’s Star-Spangled Parade
July 4, 9 a.m.

The parade begins at 9 a.m. July 4 at Sowers Street and Irving Boulevard, near Millennium Park, and concludes about 10 a.m. After the parade, a reception at Heritage Park, 217 S. Main St., will include free watermelon, airbrush tattoos, balloons and a concert by Leo Hull and the Texas Blues Machine.


Celebrate Coppell – Parade Down Parkway
July 4, 9 a.m.

Parade Route – Samuel To Parkway Blvd., West On Parway To Town Center

Celebrate Independence Day with a patriotic parade! Put on your red, white and blue and head over to the parade route early for the best spot.


Irving’s party and fireworks
July 4, 6 p.m.

The celebration continues along Lake Carolyn, 601 E. Las Colinas Blvd. Entertainment includes live music by Downtown Fever, DJ Chris Brown and the Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra’s Brass Quintet. The 20-minute fireworks display begins at 9:30 p.m. More than 20 food vendors will offer hot and cold treats.

Other activities include airbrush tattoos, photos with Uncle Sam and both wet and dry inflatable rides. Swim attire is not required; towels are recommended. Attendees are encouraged to bring blankets and lawns chairs; outside food and beverage is permitted.


Memorial Event for Police
July 7, 11 a.m.

The first anniversary of the Dallas police shooting brings memories of a tragic night for the Dallas Police Department, DART and El Centro College. El Centro has scheduled a memorial event to honor the officers who died that night, those who were wounded (including two El Centro police officers, Cpl. Bryan Shaw and Officer John Abbott) and all of those officers who responded.

The event will be held in the Student Center. 


Memorial Event for Police
July 7, 6:30 – 10 p.m.

Tribute 7/7, an organization led by the Dallas Police Department and other law enforcement associations, is to thank the community for its support of law enforcement and to encourage more communication between them. 

Tribute 7/7 is planning an evening of remembrance at City Hall Plaza for the community to gather and share memories of the 2016 events; show support to officers and their families who attend; and celebrate the officers who were lost that night.

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Beach Party
June 16, 7 –  10 PM

Make a splash and cool off with some fun away from the sun at the South Irving Library. Enjoy making beach-y crafts, playing summer games, posing for a photo as you catch a wave and ride the tide, and watching Disney’s Moana (2016, PG).


Juneteenth Celebration
June 17, 5 to 8 PM

This year’s celebration will pay homage to museums that share information about the origin of the Juneteenth holiday. In addition, the celebration will include a free community picnic and concerts sponsored by In-N-Out Burger. Tributes to the Jackie Townsell Bear Creek Heritage Center and the newly opened National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington D.C. are planned. Outdoor games, a vendor marketplace and children activities will be available. Residents are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets for concerts.


Concert Series 4 Kids
June 22, 10 AM

The music of AndyRo is just half the fun, the event has so much more going on. Before the show starts kids can check out the playground and participate in a craft activity. There will be a concession stand available; however, outside food and drinks are allowed. Covered seating is limited, attendees are


Irving Concert Series
June 23, 7 to 8:45 PM

The Irving Concert Series will highlight several genres with a New Orleans influence including jazz, big brass, Cajun and more. Food vendors will serve up dishes with flavors straight from NOLA.

All shows and are held at the Whistlestop Plaza, 123 W. Irving Blvd., Irving, TX 75060. Admission and parking are free. Seating is not provided, visitors are encouraged to bring blankets and chairs. Outside food and beverages are allowed. Mardi Gras beads will also be passed out, while supplies last.

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Blood Drive
June 3, noon – 6 p.m.

Gift of Life Blood Drives held in conjunction with Carter Bloodcare at the Irving Mall. The Carter Bus will be parked at the south entrance near Las Lupes Restaurant. The blood donations will benefit the children who are treated at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children.


Irving Heritage House
June 4, 3pm – 5pm

In a bedroom called “The Bride’s Room,” wedding gowns spanning several decades, are displayed in the Irving Heritage House, located at 303 South O’Connor. Docent led tours begin at 3pm and 4pm. Admission is free. Group tours may also be scheduled on alternate days. The Heritage House is a Recorded Texas Historical Landmark.


Adult English Literacy Summer Academy
June 5-29, 1:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Irving ISD will host a free Adult English Literacy Summer Academy during the month of June. Classes will meet Monday-Thursday, at the Irving ISD Administrative Annex (820 N. O’Connor Road, Irving, TX 75061). Topics include family literacy, ESL, GED basic literacy skills, citizenship and civics lessons, entrepreneurship, computer literacy and conversations. Register in person at the Administrative Annex on the first day of class. Please bring a government-issued form of identification (social security card, driver’s license, birth certificate, passport, Texas ID, residency card). For more information, call 972-600-3770.


Irving Concert Series
June 9, 7 to 8:45 p.m.

The Irving Concert Series will highlight several genres with a New Orleans influence including jazz, big brass, Cajun and more. Food vendors will serve up dishes with flavors straight from NOLA.

All shows and are held at the Whistlestop Plaza, 123 W. Irving Blvd., Irving, TX 75060. Admission and parking are free. Seating is not provided, visitors are encouraged to bring blankets and chairs. Outside food and beverages are allowed. Mardi Gras beads will also be passed out, while supplies last.

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Thirty Seconds to Midnight the Final Wake Up Call
May 24, 7 p.m.

Reception at 6:00pm. Regis Tremblay will be present for a Q and A after the screening. Angelika Theater, Dallas Mockingbird at Central Exp. Sponsored by Dallas Peace and Justice Center, Pax Christi Dallas and Veterans for Peace. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. For more information, to https://www.dpjc.org/


Concert Series 4 Kids
May 25, 10 a.m.

The music of Big Bang Boom is just half the fun, the event has so much more going on. Before the show starts kids can check out the playground and participate in a craft activity. There will be a concession stand available; however, outside food and drinks are allowed. Covered seating is limited, attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets. Admission and parking are free.


Irving Concert Series
May 26, 7 to 8:45 p.m.

The Irving Concert Series will highlight several genres with a New Orleans influence including jazz, big brass, Cajun and more. Food vendors will serve up dishes with flavors straight from NOLA.

All shows and are held at the Whistlestop Plaza, 123 W. Irving Blvd., Irving, TX 75060. Admission and parking are free. Seating is not provided, visitors are encouraged to bring blankets and chairs. Outside food and beverages are allowed. Mardi Gras beads will also be passed out, while supplies last.

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Community Sale
May 13, 10am-4pm

D/FW Firecrackers, Nat’l Championship Tournament, On The Boulevard Antiques and Gifts, 142 w Irving Boulevard, Irving.


Car, Truck And Motorcycle Show
May 13, Noon – 3 pm

A car, truck and motorcycle show will be held at the Oakview Baptist Church parking lot, 1004 S. Story Rd, Irving. This show will be benefiting the BBMOI Crisis Ministry. The vehicle registration is from 11 am- 1 pm at the show. The registration fee is $15. This event is free to the public. Food & beverages are available at the show.

For more information: Call Ray at 940-367-1798 or email ray@timemachinecarshows.com


“Symphony goes Wild!!”
May 13, 8 PM

Las Colinas Symphony continues “Symphony goes Wild!!” at the Irving Arts Center, Carpenter Hall.
Composers have always taken inspiration from nature, so it is no surprise that many have picked up their pens to give us musical depictions of the fascinating creatures with whom we share the planet. Throughout the 2016-17 Season, the talented musicians of the Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra will offer our audience the most delightful and entertaining of these philharmonic fauna, from the smallest (Shostakovich’s gadfly) to the largest (Saint-Saëns’ elephants). Our musical zoo will include bears (Haydn and Bartok), horses (Auber), penguins (Scott), and even a cow (Milhaud). A few mythical animals will come to musical life, as well, including Stravinsky’s Firebird and Debussy’s Faun. It’s a symphonic safari not to be missed!

Season tickets as low as $60! Single tickets are priced at $16.50, $26.50, $36.50 and $46.50. All are available by telephone (972.252.4800), fax (972.252.4877), or email (info@lascolinassymphony.org ). Group discounts are available; please call the Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra office for more information (972.252.4800).


Lone Star Youth Orchestra
May 17, 7 PM

The Lone Star Youth Orchestra closes the Season with Marche Finale! Featuring works by Haydn, Sousa, and Purcell, this concert is guaranteed to leave you feeling quite patriotic! We will also feature violinist Esther Ko, the 1st place winner of the Lone Star Youth Orchestra’s annual Concerto Competition, and celebrate the work of our graduating seniors. Call 972-252-2787 to reserve your seat today! The concert will take place at the Irving Arts Center’s Carpenter Hall.

Ticket pricing is $6.50 per student and $13.50 for adults. All seating is general admission.


Talking Pictures
May 19 through June 3

MainStage Irving-Las Colinas will present Horton Foote’s Texas-based drama. Directed by Amber Devlin, the production at the Irving Arts Center’s Dupree Theater (3333 N. MacArthur Blvd., Irving, TX 75062). All evening performances are at 7:30 p.m., with Sunday matinees at 2:30 p.m. Single tickets range from $19-28 and are on sale now at the Irving Arts Center Box Office (972.252.2787/ www.irvingartscenter.com). Ticket discounts are available for seniors and students.

The play is set in 1929, on the eve of the Great Depression, and America is on the precipice of big change with a looming financial crisis. In the small town of Harrison, Texas, the residents of a local boarding house deal with numerous dilemmas, both large and small. Quarrels arise between estranged husbands and wives, the future of a railroad engineer hangs in the balance, and the town is turned upside down with the coming of the ‘talkies’ to the local movie theatre. It’s the end of an era, and a job, for the woman who plays live music for the films.

Tickets to TALKING PICTURES are on sale now and can be purchased by calling the Irving Arts Center’s Box Office at 972.252.2787 or by ordering tickets online at www.irvingartscenter.com.

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Immunization and Health Fair
May 6, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Irving ISD’s Clinic and Health Services Department, in conjunction with UT Southwestern Medical Center and UT Southwestern Pediatric Interest Group, will host an Immunization and Health Fair at Schulze Elementary School (1200 S. Irving Heights Dr.). There will be free or low-cost immunizations, free school physicals, vision and hearing exams, dental screenings, assistance in enrolling in Medicaid/CHIP/SNAP, prizes and games and a bike helmet giveaway. Parents will need to bring vaccination records and Medicaid card (if applicable). For more information and to sign up for sports physicals and insurance appointments, visit www.irvinghealthfair.wordpress.com.


Garage Sale at First United Methodist
May 6, 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.

First United Methodist Church will have a giant Garage Saleon Ohio Street between 2nd and 3rd Streets.

Funds raised to go missions and ministries.

For more information, call Cindy Alleman at 972-253-3531.


Richland College will host Dia de la Familia
May 6, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Richland College will host a day of family fun when Dia de la Familia, the free event is presented by the Dallas County Community College District and will feature free food, entertainment, children’s activities, tours of Richland College facilities and more.

Entertainment during the day will include performances from Folklorico, a dance group from Lake Highlands High School who performs traditional Mexican folk dances; top winners from the Richland College “So You Think You Can Dance contest”; a dance party with the school’s mascot, R. Mobius Thunderduck; and more.

Activities will include a children’s coloring station, and visitors can decorate their own traditional sugar skulls at a booth sponsored by the Richland College Achieving Latino Academic Success student organization. Richland College representatives also will provide tours of its gaming and interactive simulation facilities, including the motion capture lab, plus the Richland College Technology, Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing, or TEAM, Center.


Cozby Library Game Day with Coppell Lions Club
May 6, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Cozby Library and Community Commons, in partnership with the Coppell Lions Club will host an afternoon of accessible gaming fun! Stop by the Library to play games converted for use by visually impaired, blind and sighted players. Games are suitable for ages 3 to adult and for all levels of braille use!

The Lions Club of Coppell will also dedicate the Coppell Lions Club Game Shelf for Blind and Visually Impaired Players, which will make these accessible games available year-round!

The Library is located at 177 N Heartz Rd. Coppell.


Ice Cream Social
May 7, 2 p.m.

The Irving Heritage Society will host an ice cream social on the front lawn of the Heritage House at 303 South O’Connor. A general meeting beginning at 2pm will include the election and installation of officers for the upcoming year, followed by the refreshments. A croquet set will be available for a round or two for those wishing to play.

Tours of the Heritage House and Mary’s Playhouse will be conducted from 3pm to 5pm. Pieces of handwork by Thelma Coleman are expected to be available for purchase during the tours. The public is invited and admission is free.


Irving Concert Series
May 12, 7 p.m. to 8:45 p.m.

The Irving Concert Series will highlight several genres with a New Orleans influence including jazz, big brass, Cajun and more. Food vendors will serve up dishes with flavors straight from NOLA.

All shows and are held at the Whistlestop Plaza, 123 W. Irving Blvd., Irving, TX 75060. Admission and parking are free. Seating is not provided, visitors are encouraged to bring blankets and chairs. Outside food and beverages are allowed. Mardi Gras beads will also be passed out, while supplies last.

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Family Field Day
April 29, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
@ Cimarron Park Recreation Center

It’s time to put away the sibling rivalry and team up together with the family. Compete in a variety of classic events such as the sack race, and enjoy a picnic when the event is over. Cost: Free. This is a family event and open to all ages.


Run 4 The Dogs 5k
April 29, 8 a.m.
@ Mountain Creek Preserve

The Irving High School student council is sponsoring Run 4 the Dogs 5K benefitting Search One K9 Search and Rescue Team on Saturday, April 29, at Mountain Creek Preserve (1000 E. Hunter Ferrell Rd., Irving, TX 75060). The race begins at 8 a.m. for runners without dogs and at 8:15 a.m. for runners with dogs. Cost is $25 or $20 for students and includes a T-shirt, bandana for a dog and a koozie. Register at www.irvingisd.net/Run4TheDogs.


Nimitz Farmers Market
April 29, 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
@ Nimitz High School

The Agricultural Science department at Nimitz High School will host a farmers market from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 29, to showcase the school’s student-run enterprises. Students operate Nimitz Pet Care, Nimitz Floral Design, Nimitz Horticulture and Nimitz Culinary, and they will be offering their services. Additionally, outside vendors from the community are invited to rent a booth. For more information, visit www.irvingisd.net/NimitzFarmersMarket.

Market Highlights:
-Plant sale (vegetables, produce, perennials, herbs)
-Pre-made flower arrangements
-Low-cost pet vaccine clinic
-Dog & Cat adoptions
-Low-cost dog grooming services
-Fair foods
-Arts, crafts, and agricultural vendors
**Market is student-run and benefits the Nimitz FFA Chapter.


Celebrating Irving: Trivia Final Round
April 29, 10 a.m.
@Valley Ranch Library

Ten teams were scheduled to play Irving Trivia on Saturday, April 22, as part of the Celebrating Irving : The City and The Man April events.  Four of those teams will now advance to the finals which will be held on Saturday, April 29 at 10am in the Valley Ranch Library.  Emcee Craig Boleman juggled the questions for the teams during the preliminaries.  Questions are based on the life and works of Washington Irving, the history of Irving and local current events.  A number of tie breakers were required for many of the rounds.

Advancing to the finals this year will be the current champions from the Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau competing again a new team of the Ladies of the iGang.   The La Cima Heritage Committee will face off against the Irving Arts Center team.  The competition is free and open to the public. It is sponsored by the Irving Heritage Society, Irving Public Library, Irving Art Association, Irving Independent School District,  Irving Black Arts Council, National Scouting Museum, Boy Scout Troop 773 and the City of Irving.   For more information, visit www.irvingheritage.com or call 972-252-3838. 


Celebrating Irving: Geocaching Finale
April 30, 3 p.m,
@Jaycee Center for the Arts

The Celebrating Irving Geocaching Finale will be held on Sunday, April 30, at 3pm in the Jaycee Center for the Arts, 1975 Puritan Drive.  Participants who have found 50 percent of the locations in the Celebrating Irving series will receive a special prize in addition to other prizes to be awarded.  You do have to be present to win. Refreshments will be served.

For information about registering to participate in the geocaching search of the Celebrating Irving series, visit www.irvingheritage.com or call 972-252-3838.


Irving ISD Teacher of the Year Celebration
May 4, 6 p.m.
@ Singley Academy

Irving ISD will honor campus Teachers of the Year and announce the two teachers selected as the Irving ISD Elementary Teacher of the Year and the Irving ISD Secondary Teacher of the Year at a celebration on Thursday, May 4, at Singley Academy. This event, which traditionally has been held in the fall, will now take place in the spring as one big celebration and unveiling of our 2017 District Teachers of the Year. Open to the public, the celebration begins with a reception at 6 p.m. followed by the program at 7 in the Singley Academy auditorium.


Immunization and Health Fair
May 6, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
@ Schulze Elementary School

Irving ISD’s Clinic and Health Services Department, in conjunction with UT Southwestern Medical Center and UT Southwestern Pediatric Interest Group, will host an Immunization and Health Fair from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 6, at Schulze Elementary School (1200 S. Irving Heights Dr.). There will be free or low-cost immunizations, free school physicals, vision and hearing exams, dental screenings, assistance in enrolling in Medicaid/CHIP/SNAP, prizes and games and a bike helmet giveaway. Parents will need to bring vaccination records and Medicaid card (if applicable). For more information and to sign up for sports physicals and insurance appointments, visit www.irvinghealthfair.wordpress.com.


Garage Sale at First United Methodist
May 6, 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.
@ First United Methodist Church

First United Methodist Church will have a giant Garage Sale 8 a.m. –  2 p.m. Sat. May 6 on Ohio Street between 2nd and 3rd Streets. 

Funds raised to go missions and ministries.

Please come!

For more information, call Cindy Alleman at 972-253-3531.


Dia de la Familia
May 6, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
@ Richland College

Richland College will host a day of family fun when Dia de la Familia comes to the campus on Sat., May 6, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This annual free event is presented by the Dallas County Community College District and will feature free food, entertainment, children’s activities, tours of Richland College facilities and more.

Entertainment during the day will include performances from Folklorico, a dance group from Lake Highlands High School who performs traditional Mexican folk dances; top winners from the Richland College “So You Think You Can Dance contest”; a dance party with the school’s mascot, R. Mobius Thunderduck; and more.

For details, call 972-238-6194. Richland College is located at 12800 Abrams Rd. in Dallas.


Irving ISD Board of Trustees Election
May 6
@ Multiple locations (see link below for polling locations)

The Irving ISD Board of Trustee election for single-member District 2 will be held on Saturday, May 6. For more information, visit www.irvingisd.net/boardelection.