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.


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Avant Chamber Ballet is bringing the Nutcracker: Short & Suite, with live music, back to Southlake at White's Chapel UMC (185 S. Whites Chapel Blvd.) on November 17 at 7:30 p.m.

The production is a family-friendly shortened version of the holiday classic with the professional dancers of ACB and choreography by Paul Mejia.

“We are happy to return to Southlake and present our biggest production yet for Nutcracker: Short & Suite” says ACB artistic director Katie Puder. "This is a family tradition for so many to start the holidays and we are so excited to return!”

The performance is presented by Apex Arts League who brings major arts groups such as the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and the Fort Worth Symphony to the city of Southlake.

Tickets are available online at or at the door. Ticket prices are $25 for adults, $20 for seniors and Apex members, and $10 for children.

The Apex Arts League and the Texas Chamber Music Project (TXCMP) will present Music and Film on Sunday, March 27, at Southlake's White's Chapel UMC. The performance starts at 3 p.m.

The TXCMP will feature a Charlie Chaplin classic film accompanied by the orchestra performing Brahms Hungarian Rhapsody, conducted by Thomas Connely.

Connely will also conduct other works by Haydn and Mozart featuring Minjung Park on piano.

The Texas Chamber Music Project of the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex is a 501c3 community-driven orchestra founded by veterans of the North Texas classical music scene specializing in music written for smaller ensembles.

Tickets can be purchased at the door or online at

(This event has been canceled.)

The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and Apex Arts League present "The Sounds of the Season" program featuring a live holiday performance at White's Chapel United Methodist Church on December  17 at 7 p.m.

This event will celebrate the holiday season with a family-friendly concert that is sure to get you into the holiday spirit with all your favorite carols like "Deck the Halls," "Jingle Bells," "Sleigh Ride" and more! All selections will be performed by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra brass and percussion sections.

Masks and social distancing required. Enter ONLY at the main door by the gift shop.

Tickets must be purchased in advance. There will be no ticket sales at the door. Tickets are available online at

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