Embrace the change of season and recharge your fitness goals with the Outdoor Fitness Spring Series!
Champions Club is all about bringing the best fitness to the Southlake community, and the Outdoor Fitness Spring Series is no exception. Back by popular demand, the Outdoor Fitness Series is open to all community members for free. Registration is not required! Change up your fitness routine while enjoying time in our beautiful parks!
April 19 at 6:00 pm
Start your Monday off on the right foot with High Fitness at the Aria Amphitheater. This hardcore class focuses on interval training through popular music and accessible choreography.
April 28 at 6:00 pm
Join us at Outdoor Turf 2 in Bicentennial Park for Rise ‘N’ Grind! Bring your A-game and prepare to mix strength training with cardio for a workout that is sure to burn some major calories.
May 3 at 6:00 pm
Train like a champion through high-intensity interval training during Strength HIIT at the Outdoor Turf 2 in Bicentennial Park. Push yourself to the limit with this fun yet challenging workout.
May 8 at 9:00 am
Start the weekend off right with a relaxing yoga class at Bob Jones Nature Center! Connect with your soul and nature as you stretch and practice breathing.
May 12 at 6:00 pm
Get ready to dance to the beat at the Aria Amphitheater with Zumba! Explore Latin rhythms and moves as your get your heart rate up with this party-like exercise.
May 15 at 9 am
End the series with a mindful session of Yoga at North Park. Take a moment to be grateful for the chance to exercise outdoors.
Whether you are a Champions Club member or not, there is an outdoor class for you! Don’t miss your chance to find your new workout frenzy and win a door prize at the end of each class! You will be entered into a random drawing at every session. There is also a grand prize for two lucky winners at the end of the series. Those who attend four or more classes could win either a 5-pack of Personal Training sessions or a 3-pack with our Registered Dietician. Drawing winners will be announced on May 17.
See you at the parks!
The Senior Activity Center hosted another fun outdoor event for Southlake’s seniors.
The Senior Center has been hard at work developing engaging and safe programs for Southlake’s seniors. Now that the weather is warmer, the focus of senior programming has shifted to outdoor events. This Friday, seniors were in for a treat with an outdoor Tai Chi class hosted in the Aria Amphitheater outside Legends Hall at The Marq Southlake. Rain or shine, our seniors were ready to get in the action!
Tai Chi is a popular exercise focused on breathing and slow movements. Its emphasis on core, balance, and breathing makes it an excellent practice to reduce stress, improve sleep, and strengthen balance. Our seniors had a great time getting outside and learning from our Senior Volunteer members.
The Senior Activity Center is committed to providing the Southlake community with world-class outdoor programming throughout Spring and Summer. Our Outside Series includes Tai Chi, Zumba, and social opportunities such as the Senior Walking Club. We love empowering our seniors to take ownership of the programs they want to see in Southlake. Whether it’s a curbside lunch pickup or outdoor entertainment, creating life-long memories is our goal.
If you enjoyed this program, make sure to keep an eye on the Senior Activity Center website for more fun outdoor programs!
The Southlake Senior Activity Center is kicking it old school this week with a special Lunch and Lucy Show Picnic.
There’s no better time than April to enjoy the Spring weather now that winter is behind us. To bring in the new season, the Senior Center, in partnership with Southlake Library, will be celebrating the National Bookmobile Day on Wednesday, April 7. The Senior Center is inviting members to join them on the back patio of The Marq’s Legends Hall and the Aria Amphitheater lawn for a picnic lunch provided by Jersey Mike’s. The fun doesn’t stop there. Senior Center members can look forward to a hilarious Lucille Ball impersonator show!
Lucille Ball rose to international fame with the premiere of I Love Lucy in 1951. I Love Lucy set the standard for the American sitcom for decades to come. Its hilarious take on the cultural issues of the time, and emphasis on strong, female friendships, made I Love Lucy one of the most popular tv shows in history. The Senior Center is excited to be bringing the nostalgic humor of Lucille Ball to Legends Hall.
The Senior Center is always coming up with fun and creative events to involve Southlake’s senior community. From weekly wellness calls, the Monday lunch curbside pickups, and safe outdoor events, Senior Services Coordinator, Soheila Phelps, is always committed to bringing fun to Southlake’s seniors.
“Now that the beautiful Spring weather is upon us, providing outdoor programs where our senior community can safely get together is a step in the right direction in bringing some normalcy back into their lives,” stated Soheila Phelps. “We hope to bring more outdoor activities and programs like this in the coming months.”
Don’t miss out on the fun! Seniors 55 and over can grab their blankets and chairs, social distance, and join us on April 7! Advance online registration is required, and the fee to participate is $6.00. Lunch begins at noon, and the show goes from 12:30 to 1:30 pm. Register here.
UPDATE MARCH 12, 2020: Celebrate Southlake has been postponed. Read more here.
Join Mayor Laura Hill and her Alliance for Unity & Culture as they Celebrate Southlake, March 20 -22 in Bicentennial Park.
Celebrate Southlake is a community event designed to bring the people of Southlake together in celebration of our cultural diversity and inclusion that makes our beautiful city so special.
As Mayor Hill has said before, “I believe in Southlake, and I believe in anyone who is willing to stand up with me to make Southlake the best it can be.”
Celebrate Southlake events provide an opportunity and location to gather and have conversations that contribute to creating meaningful change and inclusion in our community all while enjoying food, music, performances and entertainment.
New this year will be three days of different events to help celebrate our great community. If you can’t make it to one event, there will be two other opportunities to celebrate with us!
On Friday, March 20, take some time to talk with Mayor Hill and members of her Alliance for Unity & Culture while enjoying a meal in Bicentennial Park, appropriately right on Unity Way. The Community Dinner kicks off at 5 p.m. Sit side-by-side with your neighbors, taste a variety of world cuisines and feast on engaging conversation. It’s a special opportunity to really break bread with your Southlake neighbors and get to know them. Sharing a meal is always a great opportunity to sit back, relax and take time for conversation. The Community Dinner gives you the opportunity to do just that while enjoying a variety of local cultural cuisines available for purchase.
Saturday, March 21, the fun moves to Aria Amphitheater and The Marq promenade to bring back the cultural festival that started Celebrate Southlake three years ago. We invite you to “Travel the World” with us and visit cultural booths. While you’re learning more be sure to get your Celebrate Southlake passport stamped. The passport will make the perfect keepsake to commemorate all the different cultures that make up Southlake. When you’re not learning more at the booths, take in some of the cultural performances and entertainment. Some of the entertainment will include Indian music and dance, the music of China and much more. Kids and adults will enjoy lawn games and various interactive cultural activities.
Celebrate Southlake wraps up on Sunday, March 22 at Champions Club with a family-friendly trivia competition. Teams of six will compete to answer questions and prove their knowledge of local and world history and culture all while enjoying small snacks and refreshments. Prizes will be awarded each round, with the last team standing taking home the grand prize.
We hope you will save the date and join us. This promises to be a special weekend so tell your friends and neighbors and we hope to see you there. For more information, please visit our website or give us a call at (817) 748-8019.
UPDATE MARCH 12, 2020: Celebrate Southlake has been postponed. Read more here.
Join us March 20-22 for a weekend of celebrating our diversity at The Marq Southlake!
Celebrate Southlake is a community event designed to bring the people of Southlake together in celebration of our cultural diversity through food, music, performances, entertainment, and engaging conversations. This year’s event will be expanded into a full weekend of family activities, starting with a community dinner on Friday evening at 5:00 p.m. Sit side-by-side with your neighbors, taste a variety of world cuisines, and feast on engaging conversation.
Return to the Aria on Saturday from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. to “travel the world” by visiting cultural booths and collecting stamps in your Celebrate Southlake passport. Your passport will make the perfect keepsake to commemorate the festival and all your discoveries. You’ll also take in performances, entertainment, music, crafts and more as you explore.
The weekend will wrap up with a family-friendly trivia day at Champions Club on Sunday at 1:00 p.m. Teams of 6 will compete to answer questions and prove their knowledge of local and world history and culture. Prizes will be awarded each round, with the last team standing taking home the grand prize.
We can’t wait to celebrate with you!
Arts Council Northeast and the City of Southlake are pleased to announce the lineup of Southlake’s 2019 MasterWorks Series, a collection of free concerts hosted at Southlake Town Square and Aria Amphitheater at The Marq Southlake.
The MasterWorks Series offers quality family entertainment through free outdoor concerts by local, regional and national artists. Guests are invited to bring blankets, lawn chairs and coolers to each concert, but alcohol and glass are not permitted. All ages are welcome.
Check out this year’s lineup!
Big City Outlaws
Saturday, April 20, 2019
7–8:30 p.m. @ Aria Amphitheater
Big City Outlaws is the hardest-hittin’ country rock band in Texas, seamlessly blurring the line between country and top 40. Their energy never fails to get fans two-stepping, line dancing AND club dancing to current popular music and classic hits.
Southlake Community Band
Saturday, May 18, 2019
7–8:30 p.m. @ Southlake Town Square
Southlake Community Band, directed by Mr. David Stone, is a concert band of more than 70 talented adult amateur musicians who enjoy playing music just for fun. The band performs regularly in Southlake, Grapevine, Keller, Colleyville and surrounding communities. Their concert programs range from classic band to Broadway, rousing Sousa marches to familiar children’s music.
Johnny D and the Doo Wops
Saturday, June 8, 2019
7–8:30 p.m. @ Southlake Town Square
Johnny D (John E. Dosher) grew up in Louisiana and began his professional career on Bourbon Street at the age of fifteen. Before settling in Texas, Johnny traveled extensively with numerous rock, jazz and country groups. Johnny D and the Doo Wopps began when Rocky Walton, Bill Stetzer and Tim Carman needed a band to perform for their tennis club in the early ’80s. Their sets include music from the ’60s and ’70s, soul music and a little bit of doo-wop. With a killer horn section and tight vocal harmonies, this twelve-member band always puts on a great show.
The Vinyl Stripes
Saturday, July 27, 2019
7 – 8:30 p.m. @ Aria Amphitheater
Rockabilly, rock and roll, drive-ins, car hops, early Elvis and Sun Records—it’s easy to see how the classic sights and sounds of the ’50s and ’60s have influenced Texas-based band The Vinyl Stripes! With their skinny ties, Gretsch guitars and slappin’ standup bass, The Vinyl Stripes perform hits from era icons including Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, the Beatles, Eddie Cochran, Buddy Holly and many more. You’ll also fall in love with their new original songs that sound just like they were written in those long-ago rocking days.
Southlake Community Band
Saturday, September 14, 2019
7 – 8:30 pm @ Aria Amphitheater
The crowd-pleasing Southlake Community Band will return in September for another free concert, this time at Aria Amphitheater. Grab a lawn chair, pack your cooler and spend an evening with some talented local musicians!
Sunday, October 27, 2019
2–5 p.m. @ Aria Amphitheater
Described as “Glee meets Stomp,” Vocal Trash is a one-of-a-kind group of performers whose Broadway-style show energizes audiences from New York to Seattle and Las Vegas to Beijing. Their show includes world-class singing, industrial drumming, award-winning break-dancing and so much more. Led by producer/creator Steve Linder and producer/choreographer Kelsey Rae (Annie), this green-minded ensemble tours globally on a relentless pursuit to bring people together using the universal language of song and dance.
If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Southlake Community Services at (817) 748-8019.
Grab your blankets and lawn chairs for a free movie night in the park with your family and friends!
Southlake’s free family movie series Movies at The Marq brings new and old favorites to Aria Amphitheater, located behind Legends Hall at The Marq Southlake. In addition to featuring new releases and classic favorites on a giant outdoor screen, Movies at The Marq also offers free popcorn, refreshments and a variety of movie-themed activities and giveaways.
Festivities begin at 8:00 p.m., and movies begin at dusk. Blankets, lawn chairs and coolers are welcome, but tarps, tents, alcohol and glass are not permitted at this event. For more information, please call Southlake Special Events at 817-748-8919.
APEX Arts League and the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra bring a musical educational experience in “Musical Math” to Aria Amphitheater at The Marq Southlake on Sunday, May 7 at 1:00 PM.
The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra will perform an education program for families with children on Sunday, May 7, 2017 at The Marq in Southlake. Associate Conductor Daniel Black will lead the orchestra in the Symphony’s “Musical Math” program, which explores tempo, meter and more in famous orchestral tunes like “Hoe Down” from Copland’s Rodeo, Pachelbel’s Canon in D, Brahms’s Hungarian Dance No. 5, and others.
“In music, we are always counting,” said Lindsey Branch, the FWSO’s director of education and community programs. “So, we created the “Musical Math” program to show all the ways these two subjects, math and music, are really related and to help students make connections between things they’re learning in the classroom, like fractions, and certain elements of music, like note values or time signatures.”
This performance will take place in Aria Outdoor Amphitheater at The Marq—located at 285 Shady Oaks Dr. in Southlake, TX, 76092—on Sunday, May 7, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for students and children and $8 for Apex members. Tickets can be purchased by calling the FWSO Ticket Office at 817-665-6000 or by visiting the Forth Worth Symphony website.
This information was provided by Apex Arts League. The Apex Arts League is a 501c3 organization that was established to enhance community awareness, participation and appreciation of the arts in the apex, which is the north-central region of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex.
The Arts Council Northeast and the City of Southlake are pleased to present the 2016 MasterWorks Summer Concert Series at Family Park in Southlake Town Square and Aria Amphitheater at The Marq Southlake. The 2016 lineup includes exciting performances from BluPrint, The Space Rockers, Matt Ingram, Party Machine, Vocal Trash, the Southlake Community Band, and the Southlake Swing Band. With music styles range from high energy variety to variety and country to Stomp music there’s sure to be something for everyone in the family!
Bring a chair or blanket and come ready for some great music and come join us. There will also be food trucks at all outdoor performances.
Check out this year’s lineup:
|May 14||7:30 PM – 9:00 PM||BluPrint||Variety||Southlake Town Square|
|June 4||10:30 AM – 12:00 PM||Space Rockets||Variety||Southlake Town Square|
|June 11||7:30 PM – 9:00 PM||Matt Ingram||Country, Rock and Blues||Aria Amphitheater The Marq Southlake|
|July 23||7:30 PM – 9:00 PM||Party Machine||Variety||Aria Amphitheater The Marq Southlake|
|Sept 17||7:30 PM – 9:00 PM||Southlake Community Band||Wind Ensemble||Southlake Town Square|
|Oct 30||2:00 PM – 4:00 PM||Vocal Trash||Stomp||Aria Amphitheater The Marq Southlake|
|Dec 11||2:00 PM – 4:00 PM||Southlake Swing Band||Holiday||The Marq Southlake|