Celebrate Southlake kicks off another year of celebrating culture, history and community through food, music, performances and entertainment.
This year, the event will be held virtually March 21 – 27.
Tune in with your neighbors and enjoy games, recipes, virtual performances and much more! The best part is that all are events are free to join.
Check out a full event schedule.
For more information, please visit www.CelebrateSouthlake.com.
Spring is just around the corner and that means that event season is almost here!
Are you interested in safely hosting an end-of-year banquet, graduation, or birthday celebration? Perhaps you recently said, “I do,” and are on the hunt for the perfect wedding destination. Whatever the occasion may be, Legends Hall invites you to visit us on Sunday, March 7 for our Sip and See event.
Tour our award-winning venue with Legends Hall experts and get the answers you need to plan your big event! Join us for some light bites from one of our local favorites, Scratch Catering and Fine Foods, along with some drinks served from one of our very own preferred vendors–HD Liquid Catering. Admission is FREE.
When you plan your celebration with us, you can rest assured that our staff always keeps your safety top of mind. Legends Hall at The Marq Southlake is operating under state and CDC guidelines limiting to 50% capacity, requiring face coverings, providing hand sanitizer, and more to ensure the safety of each guest.
We can’t forget to mention that Legends Hall is currently offering 10% off all Event Packages for 2021 dates through March 31, 2021. This is a fantastic savings of up to $1,000! Our Spring and Summer dates are filling up quickly, and we only have a handful of prime Saturdays available in the Fall.
Say yes to being impressed and let go of planning stress! We look forward to seeing you at Legends Hall.
The Bob Jones Nature Center hosted the City of Southlake’s 2nd annual Monarch Butterfly Festival on the morning of Saturday, September 26. 280 guests of all ages joined in the release of 400 monarch butterflies to celebrate the monarch migration.
The Perennial Garden Society (PGS) sponsored the butterfly purchase with a $1,500 donation. Master Gardeners from the Tarrant and Denton County chapters spent the entire summer working hard to prepare the garden beds around the Nature Center for butterfly and human visitors alike. Their hard work paid off, too, because the grounds are absolutely stunning.
With help from PGS, all 400 butterflies were “tagged” with a small sticker on their outer wing printed with a unique identification number. All butterflies released are registered with Monarch Watch, a University of Kansas research project focusing on the migration and well-being of the monarch population. Any citizen who finds a tagged butterfly can contact Monarch Watch, report the identification number, and assist researchers in tracking this year’s migration.
The monarch migration continues to be one of the most intriguing events in natural history that inspires and amazes scientists, naturalists, and onlookers alike. “Being able to partner with the Perennial Garden Society to be a part of this research project is so important for us,” said Nature Programs Coordinator Hannah Nyquist. “Southlake’s position along the migration path gives residents the opportunity to observe and aid monarchs as they make their journey. Having a combination of nectar plants and milkweed (a host plant for caterpillars) available is incredibly important for the success of the monarch population.”
This year, the COVID-19 outbreak posed a unique challenge for the event’s organizers considering the event has seen hundreds of attendees in years past. However, the Southlake Community Services team was able to successfully recreate the structure of the event in order to keep attendants safe while still hosting a beautiful and educational celebration of the amazing monarch butterfly. “At first we weren’t sure we were going to be able to have the event,” says Special Events Coordinator, Sarah Binion. “But this event is important for the community and we were determined to find a way to make the festival happen. It brings so much joy to the people who come and we didn’t want our residents to miss out. Especially in a year when so much has already been taken away, we wanted to be able to give the community this special day.”
Instead of one large gathering and a scheduled release of all butterflies at once as is typical for the festival, the event was divided into pre-registered sessions to maintain smaller numbers. Each family group was escorted to a private station where they were instructed about how to release their butterflies. This new setup inadvertently created a much more intimate and personalized setting for each group to move at their own pace, making this year’s event a truly unique experience.
For more information on how to help monarchs year-round, please visit monarchwatch.org.
Fall in love at Legends Hall’s annual Bridal Open House on Thursday, August 6, 2020, from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at 285 Shady Oaks Drive, Southlake. Admission is free. This event is perfect for eager brides, event planners, or individuals looking to host fun social events. Legends Hall will host a variety of vendors that will be sure to engage all of your senses and create an exciting, but safe, night out!
Not only can you choose from world-class vendors and venues but each one will be offering large incentives and promotions to celebrate Legends Hall’s five-year anniversary! Did we mention we will have swag bags to give away to our first 100 guests?!
Legends Hall preferred caterers will offer complimentary menu tastings and samplings and will be available to chat with guests about their booking policies. Culinary Art Catering, City Kitchen, G Texas Catering, Loveria Caffe, and Scratch Kitchen will be sure to amaze you with all of their offerings! HD Liquid Catering will also provide complimentary signature cocktails, and the Bubble Tap Dallas mobile champagne will be sure to delight.
No wedding planning is complete without a cake tasting! Sugar Bee Sweets, Sinsational Cakes, and Sweet Memories will also indulge all your sweet cravings for the evening and help you design the perfect look for your special day. Not interested in cakes, cupcakes, or cookies? Peace Love and Little Donuts Southlake will spread the love with their yummy bites as well!
Dan Quinn Entertainment will provide all of the evening’s entertainment that will be sure to keep your feet moving! Learn more about DQB Entertainment and AVSD production services and all they can provide for your special event.
Do you have your floral décor decided yet? Out of the Garden and Devin Designs will surely excite you with all of their beautiful displays! Have you considered a decorator? Are you looking for custom linens, chargers, or décor? AM Linens, Marquee Event Rentals, and Simply Elegant could take care of all of your needs.
Almost all venues will recommend an event planner–even just for the day or month prior to your wedding! MK Event Boutique, LM Events, and Wedding Stone will be on property to help you plan all of your large and small details!
Photos and videos capture the day’s events so you can remember them for a lifetime! Do you have a photo booth or photographer booked? PHOTOConcepts and PLUSH photobooths will be onsite to amaze you with their services and creativity to create stunning visuals of your big day.
Do you have a getaway vehicle? Are you looking for transportation for your night out? Take you There Limo Service will be on property to showcase their signature limousine. Have you secured your honeymoon? Southlake Travel can help concierge all of your travel questions, especially at this time!
Legends Hall is waiting to host your next event as safely and efficiently possible. We can’t wait to meet you and show you all we can offer for your big day! For more information, visit Legends Hall at The Marq Southlake Facebook Event Page or visit the website at www.ExperienceLegendsHall.com
Legends Hall staff ensures that all vendors will be appropriately distanced as well as wearing masks. Staff will also be cleaning high traffic areas throughout the night, and multiple hand sanitizer stations will be available at each door entry point. All guests are required to wear masks while socializing and walking through the venue.
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!
What twinkles and glistens and lights up the City of Southlake with holiday cheer? Home for the Holidays Tree Lighting of course! The annual celebration returns this year to bring you a merry and bright season on Saturday, November 23 from 4:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. in SouthlakeTown Square! The Tree Lighting ceremony, sponsored by Classic Chevrolet takes place approximately at 6 p.m.
This family-friendly event is filled with activities that everyone can enjoy. Grab a cup of hot chocolate and delight yourself in holiday festivities; take a ride on a carriage through Town Square or to the sounds of the Christmas Carolers. If you have little ones, Santa Claus and his elves will make a special appearance in Santa’s Village for pictures or they can hang out in the kids craft station and try their hand in cookie decorating and ornament making. For a fun adrenalin rush, slide down the 12-foot high four-lane snow hill. Want to build your own snowman? Guess what? We have that too! Snowman building will be located near the snow hill.
This year, we are expecting it to be a bit chilly so make sure you bring mittens or gloves for your little ones to play in the snow.
Parking will be available at the East Garage and West Garage. If you plan to use a ride share service, please direct them to our designated drop off location at Summit Park located at 1501 Main Street.
For real-time updates before and during the event, please text H4HSLK to 888777. For questions or concerns, please call 817-748-8019.
We would like to share a special thank you to our sponsors: Title Sponsor, Classic Chevrolet and our other event sponsors Sprouts, Fort Worth Christian School, Springfree Trampoline, and Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southlake and Madison Reed Color Bar.
Have a Happy Holiday Season.
Let’s party like it is 1999! That’s right you heard it here first, we are celebrating 20 years of Stars and Stripes history! Bring your enthusiasm and patriotism to Southlake Town Square on July 3 from 6 to 11 p.m. to enjoy our signature Stars and Stripes event 2019.
The free community event offers everything that you need to enjoy a good night out with the family, from live entertainment to activities for kids to delicious cuisines, free shuttles and more!
This year we have live entertainment to rock the night out on two stages located in Southlake Town Square Family Park and Frank Edgar Cornish, IV Park.
Other entertainment includes a juggler, balloon artist and stilt walkers. This year, in addition to KidZone, there will be two inflatables in Frank Cornish Park.
Did someone say food? With a variety vendors this year, attendees will have their pick of delightful cuisines to satisfy all palates, from Texas BBQ, to popcorn, pizza and even desserts like ice cream and Italian ice. Patrons can come hungry and leave happy.
The fireworks show kicks off at 9:30 p.m., weather permitting, so make sure you find a good spot to watch. The fireworks are launched front the rooftop of the West Park Garage and can be viewed anywhere in and around Southlake Town Square. Some of the best viewing spots include, DPS Headquarters, Park Village, Shops of Southlake, McPherson Park and Frank Edgar Cornish, IV Park.
We’ve also added more accommodations for our guests and visitors this year as well. This year, we are adding more restrooms and additional handicap parking will be available. Event parking is free and open to the public. Please note internal Southlake Town Square parking lots will close at 7 a.m. on the day of the event. All surface lots and the East Garage will close once full or by 7:30 p.m.
If you are looking to take the shuttle, free shuttle services will be provided at White’s Chapel UMC and at Gateway Church with roundtrip rides to and from the event from 3:30 p.m. to 11: 45 p.m. For up to date event information, text STARSNSTRIPE to 888777 and download the VisitSouthlake! App on Android or Apple App Store.
For more information about Stars and Stripes, including Frequently Asked Questions, please visit our event website page.
We would like to also thank our sponsors: Sewell, Maserati/ Alfo Romeo, Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southlake, Alpine Materials, LLC, Gateway Church, Whites Chapel UMC, Springfree Trampoline and All-Star Orthopaedics.
The Southlake Senior Activity Center is hosting several amazing upcoming activities that you just can’t miss!
For starters, if you’ve been having trouble upgrading your computer to Windows 10, now’s your chance to learn all about it and get answers to any questions you have during the Technology Seminar on Friday 08/26! Focusing on “Getting Started with Windows 10” you will learn everything you need to know about the software transition!
Looking for an evening of food and fun? Bingo! Look no further than the Senior Activity Center’s Potluck Bingo Night! Bring a dish, bring a friend, and play some bingo while enjoying a plethora of food, happening Tuesday 08/30.
Finally, if you want top shelf entertainment, join in the Top Golf trip on 09/02! That’s right! The Senior Activity Center is taking a group trip to the premier golf entertainment complex in the area and you’re invited. The trip will also include a stop by Rock and Brews Restaurant, to enjoy some quality American comfort food.
Registration is mandatory for all events listed.
For more information go to SouthlakeSeniorCenter.com, or call 817-748-8315
The City of Southlake and the Arts Council Northeast are pleased to present The Southlake Community Band as part of the 2016 MasterWorks Concert Series on September 17. Join us for a Saturday night at Southlake Town Square for a night of music with your friends and family.
The Southlake Community Band is comprised of more than 70 talented adult amateur musicians who enjoy playing music just for fun. The band performs regularly in Southlake an dsurrounding cities, and provides a range of music spanning broadway, classic band, sousa marches, and familiar children’s music!
Make sure to bring a chair or blanket and come ready for some great music and good times.
There will also be food trucks at all outdoor performances.