The Southlake Women’s Club is thrilled to announce Methodist Southlake Medical Center as its presenting sponsor for its 23rd annual nationally ranked, award-winning Art in the Square held April 28-30 at Southlake Town Square. Gather with family and friends for a fun-filled weekend of art, music, good food, refreshing spirits, and children’s activities. New this year, food and beverage purchases are NOW CASHLESS.
Southlake Women’s Club showcases the incredible artwork of 200 juried renowned, emerging, and high school artists. Visit “Arts Alive,” Apex Arts League photo op stop for snapshots. Tour the Youth Art tent to view the exceptional artwork of the high school students of Northeast Tarrant County.
The Methodist Southlake Medical Center Main Stage hosts free entertainment throughout the weekend. Friday night, April 28, at 8:30 pm, the “Manhattan” dance band entertains the crowd with music from the sixties to the present. Come wearing your boots and Stetsons on Saturday, April 29, at 8:30 pm. Canaan Smith of Nashville will bring that country sound to the stage performing “Love You Like That” and other favorites.
Local entertainment from schools, performing art studios, dance groups, and more will perform on the Texas Health Hospital Southlake Gazebo Stage. Sit back, relax, and enjoy our community stars’ jazz, contemporary, classic, instrumental, and vocal talents.
Children’s activities in Kid’s Korner and The Zone are always engaging and fun for families. In Kids Korner, sponsored by Cook Children’s, options are face painting, creating butterfly wings, pinwheels, or canvas art. The Zone’s activities make laughable fun with bouncing, climbing, and jumping. New this year is a 9-hole putt-putt course, carnival games, and more!
Save the dates, April 28-30, for a fun-filled weekend. The Southlake Women’s Club gives the DFW community a family-friendly experience while raising funds for charities that benefit women, children, and families in Northeast Tarrant County. www.artinthesquare.com
Submitted by: Sherri Whitt, Marketing/Publicity – Sjwswc1@aol.com
This week on Minute with the Mayor, Mayor John Huffman takes a step inside the wonderful world of reading with Youth Librarian Stacy Wells to learn about new programs and events by the library.
As the New Year continues, events and classes held by the library are constantly being added to the queue. Wells says that classes range from child-focused classes to adult classes to get the whole family involved.
“I’m super excited that we just had a nutrition program, and we provided an opportunity for our community to come together and ask an expert questions,” said Wells. The Immune Boosters and Busters class was held on Wednesday, January 11, and provided a forum for adults to ask about the correlation between health and nutrition. A live demonstration and tasting occurred for participants.
Wells also mentioned the Accessible Art for Kids program, a sensory-friendly art program for neurodivergent children and their caregivers. Among the variety of programming, there are staples in the library, like the Summer Reading Program. Mayor Huffman noticed that more Southlake residents and families are taking advantage of our amazing library and their myriad of resources.
A complete list of upcoming library events can be found on the Southlake Public Library Facebook page. To watch the full episode of Minute with the Mayor, click below.