Lifestyles
  • Open to the public! Don't forget that we have grill items daily, and a rotation of special items for breakfast every day!
  • Rebecca Crockett Chapter DAR is a women’s service organization dedicated to promoting historic preservation, education, patriotism and honoring the patriots of the Revolutionary War.

  • All Dads get in free with a paid admission Sat. 6/16 & Sun. 6/17 at all 5 Hawaiian Falls Waterparks in Garland, The Colony, Mansfield, Roanoke and Waco.
  • Enjoy refreshments at this FREE seminar and get some answers to your questions about Advanced Planning. Relax with your friends and neighbors, invite a family member, and visit with the speakers after the program.
  • (L-R) Matt Maxwell (Danny Zuko) and Hannah Posner (Sandy). Come relive your childhood with the students of Rydell High class of 1959. Full of the music everyone loves, this interpretation of Grease is sure to be fresh and bold. Choreographer by Ft. Worth artist Katreeva Phillips, audiences will be in awe of the energy Grease produces on the stage, and patrons will feel like dancing in the aisles of the Historic Finley Theater.
  • Bruce Wood Dance presents Harmony––a captivating evening of three distinct works June 15+16 at 8:00 p.m. at the Moody Performance Hall in the Dallas Arts District. Your spirit will soar with Harmony’s physicality, emotional impact, and innovative contemporary dance. Enjoy The Day of Small Things and Rhapsody in Blue from the critically acclaimed repertoire of late founder and nationally recognized choreographer Bruce Wood,® and a world premiere by Yin Yue, one of New York’s most sought-after choreographers.
  • RD Foster and his Red River Surfers at Ringley Backyard @ 313 North Benge St. McKinney Historic District
  • Susan Hooper and Selina Stone pose by a Room For Hope display. The Room for Hope, located at Reba’s Ranch House was a project originally created by Girl Scout, Maria Hayes during her senior year at Denison High School as a community service project in attempt to complete her Gold Award. Maria started the Room for Hope as a place where women battling cancer could find items such as prosthetics, bras and wigs without having to drive outside of the community.
  • The AC Hotel by Marriott® in downtown Dallas invites Dallasites to enjoy their weekly free live music series featuring dynamic girl duo, Danni & Kris, every Thursday from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
  • The Creative Arts Center Lecture Series continues at 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, June 19 with a talk by Wilda Wahrenbrock about the Native American flute - its history and culture. Wilda owns 13 handmade flutes by Native American artist Brent Haines of Colorado. Each flute is an exquisite work of art with its own sound and tonal qualities often determined by the wood with which it's made. Wilda will bring several flutes with her and play them, discussing the difference in their sound and the totems that each one bears.
  • Texoma Genealogy Group will end our beginner classes on June 13 (second Wednesday of the month) at Sherman Parks and Recreation, and begin, again, on September 12, same time and place with broader topics.
  • Regent Sarah Beaver and Vice Regent Janet Wagnon were honored to represent our Chapter at the Presentation Ceremony and Reception held at Texas Women’s University, June 8, 2018.

  • First National Bank of Trenton employees present a $2,500 check to help Bonham Special Olympics attend the state Special Olympics track meet at U.T. Arlington. (L-R) Angela Underwood, First National Bank of Trenton VP/Fannin County Branch Manager; Keri Ingram, Honey Grove, Special Olympics; Sheryl Stanley, First National Bank of Trenton SVP/Loan Officer; Corey Richter, Bonham, Special Olympics; Mallory McBroom, First National Bank of Trenton AVP/Assistant Branch Manager
  • Preston Trail Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution invites members of the public to participate in American Independence events Monday, July 2, from 12:00 noon - 2:00 p.m., Grayson County Courthouse, 100 W. Houston Street, Sherman, Texas. The chapter invites the public to participate in an American Independence program from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. in the East Courtroom on the second floor of the courthouse. The program will celebrate the Declaration of Independence which was signed and adopted 242 years ago on July 4, 1776, by the Second Continental Congress at Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.