City Council approved a three-year renewal of the Community Service Agreements with APEX Arts League, Arts Council Northeast, Southlake Historical Society and Southlake Sister Cities at the Tuesday, Sept. 18 council meeting. The new agreement begins Oct. 1, 2018 and extends through to Sept. 2021.
Community Service Agreements allow these agencies to provide important social, educational, economic and cultural programs and services to the Southlake community in addition to the programs and services already provided by the City.
In order to promote opportunities for partnerships and volunteer involvement, the City collaborated with the following partners:
The APEX Arts League’s programming is dedicated to advancing arts, artists and arts education. The program will consist of an array of art receptions featuring local artists and performances by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Fort Worth Opera, Avant Chamber Ballet and the American Baroque Opera Company. All events and educational programs are offered to citizens to enjoy at a minimal or at no cost.
The Arts Council Northeast program is designed to provide, cultural, education, and artistic opportunities. The Arts Council Northeast produces the Masterworks Music Series. These family-friendly events take place in Town Square and at Aria Amphitheatre. View the current schedule here.
The Southlake Historical Society promotes preservation, understanding and appreciation of Southlake’s rich history. Programming will consist of exploring the historical Hood Cemetery and the log house and historical exhibits in Town Hall.
The Southlake Sister Cities program is dedicated to fostering global understanding, friendship and communication through exchanges with Southlake’s Sister Cities Tome and Japan. This program provides the youth of Southlake an opportunity to represent the City as a Youth Ambassador and expand their cultural, civic and economic horizons.
For more information on our selected partners, visit our website.