Lifestyles
  • Open to the public Monday-Friday. We are adding a Bacon Lettuce and Tomato on Texas Toast to our Grill Menu and we will no longer have a Philly Steak Sandwich available as a grill item.
  • The Bonham Senior Citizens Center needs volunteers to deliver lunches to its Meals on Wheels clients. If you can help deliver a small group of lunches one day per week or more, please call us at 903-583-8573.
  • Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service hosting "Do Well Be Well with Diabetes," an educational program series for people with Type 2 Diabetes and caregivers. Classes are FREE! Classes will be held at the Derrell Hall Education Center at 2505 N. Center Street from 3:00pm-5:00 pm on Thursdays in September (9/5; 9/12; 9/19; 9/26). Each session will cover a different topic related to managing or preventing Type 2 Diabetes, so make plans to attend all 4!
  • Join the Audie Murphy/American Cotton Museum for the 14th Annual Heritage Dinner on August 24th at the Fletcher Warren Civic Center featuring the Bois d'Arc Dixieland Band who will be entertaining us with their traditional New Orleans Dixieland Jazz style!
  • Special scheduled guests include Jimmy Rhodes of Celina, Texas; By Faith Alone from Wolfe City, Texas and Rockwall, Texas; plus Frank & Roberta Waymire from Denison, Texas.
  • Global sales for McLaren Automotive were up 43.9 percent. McLaren has increased sales every year since its formation in 2010. North America, which represents McLaren’s largest single market and over a third of global sales, surpassed 5,000 cars sold since sales started in 2011. McLaren enjoyed another year of record growth. McLaren Dallas, which serves North Texas, finished 2018 with a robust sales increase of 29% over the previous year spurred by demand of new models.
  • 2-1-1 Texoma Area Information Center has certified Information Specialists ready to connect you with local childcare specialists!
  • The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and Fannin County Master Gardeners will conduct "Fall into Vegetable Gardening" on Friday, August 23, 2019 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the AgriLife Extension office at 2505 N Center Street in Bonham, Texas. The cost to attend this program is $10.00. The program is limited to the first 60 attendees. Please RSVP to the Extension Office by 8/22/2019 at 903-583-7453 or reserve your seat in person by coming by the Extension Office.
  • Begin planning your garden by determining what butterfly species exist in your area, then select the types of plants that are most likely to draw the species in. Choose native plants whenever possible.
  • Pour painting has come into its own in the past two years, with hundreds of videos on social media about various techniques. The Creative Arts Center supplies canvases, paint and demonstrations of techniques and/or an instructor each month. Lisa Avila will instruct this month and show several pour painting techniques. Each guest can try two 8 x 10 pours and take them home at the conclusion of the event. (The paintings will be wet.)
  • Mrs. Homer Thompson (Cornelia Thompson, photographed mid-center with her employees) bought a millinery shop on the north side of the Bonham Square in 1902 and operated it for the next 53 years. Her hats were the vogue for four generations of Bonham ladies and she often made trips to St. Louis, Chicago and New York where she bought supplies and learned the latest styles. During the busy seasons of Easter and the wedding months, she employed as many as 14 women in her shop. Many hats had plumes and were quite expensive.
  • 2018 Best of Show, Jana Rash's photograph A Watchful Eye.
  • Open to the public Monday-Friday. we are adding Chicken Wraps (crispy or grilled), chicken tenders, and crispy chicken sandwiches to the daily grill items available. Lunch served 11:15 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
  • The Bonham Senior Citizens Center needs volunteers to deliver lunches to its Meals on Wheels clients. If you can help deliver a small group of lunches one day per week or more, please call us at 903-583-8573.
  • North Texas Giving Day is set for September 19, 2019. This year marks the 11th year of this community wide fundraising event hosted by Communities Foundation of Texas. It is the second year for the event to include Fannin County and a few other counties surrounding Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.
  • Pick out your favorite Hawaiian shirt and put on your flip flops because Powder Creek Pavilion will look like Margaritaville this Saturday night, August 17 when Jimmy Buffett tribute band Fin City takes the Powder Creek Pavilion stage at 8:00 p.m.
  • This family-oriented, fun-filled event offers guests the opportunity to learn about animals not normally seen in local pet stores. Breeder-vendors are always willing to teach; and, throughout the event, there will be seminars on animal-related topics by experts in the field of herpetology.
  • Edward and Susan Bigbee Simms celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at the home of Laura and Jason Fulenchek in Denison. Edward and Susan were married August 16, 1969 at East Sherman Baptist Church with Rev. R.M. Williams officiating.
  • Another comedy is in store at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, August 16 at the Creative Arts Center's Dessert Theater and Wine Down. Wine will be available for purchase and guests can enjoy scrumptious desserts while listening to a reading of The Magnificent Seven - Short on Stature, Long on Dreams, by Lisa Avila. The play is a short, light-hearted look at the seven dwarves in the aftermath of the Snow White debacle.
  • "Secondhand Lions" is a great movie & fun for the entire family. Every Sunday at 1:00 p.m. the Texan Theater, located at 2712 Lee St. in Greenville hosts a free movie event. Popcorn, treats, drinks and a full meal menu is available for purchase.
  • Ruiz Cares, a program which allows employees to give back to their community in various ways, has collected school supply items for their 2019 Back to School Drive. The supplies will help children served by the Child Welfare Board of Grayson County.
  • From a portrait of Willie Nelson to beautiful landscapes and abstracts, there is a wide variety of art to choose from this month, including practical items for the home like hand-carved spoons and spatulas. The affordable art exhibit at the CAC will conclude August 31. This, combined with Fancy Flea Friday every Friday in August, has boosted sales with the number of visitors.
  • Open to the public Monday-Friday. Don't forget that we have Reuben Sandwiches and Philly Steak Sandwiches available every day off the grill. Lunch served 11:15 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
  • The Bonham Senior Citizens Center needs volunteers to deliver lunches to its Meals on Wheels clients. If you can help deliver a small group of lunches one day per week or more, please call us at 903-583-8573.
  • Ginger Mynatt, formerly of Sherman releases Trekking the Bones, an historical women's adventure. Mynatt follows two unusual women traveling across the country in 1889.
  • Braeden Paul & Wheel Hoss will be performing at the Carleton House Bed & Breakfast on Saturday, August 31.
  • Hello fellow Bonhi Alumni! Our committee is working hard on making your 2020 Reunion visit enjoyable with your family and friends. Please check out our website periodically at www.2020bonhireunion.com and our Facebook group for upcoming news and event details as time draws closer.
  • Free and fresh produce! Like a market on wheels, the North Texas Food Bank's Mobile Pantry Truck travels North Texas to deliver nutritious food, including fresh produce and refrigerated items, directly to communities with high need.
  • We have had a great summer at the Honey Grove Library & Learning Center.
  • Institute for Organization Management, the professional development program of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, is pleased to announce that Robin Vestal, IOM, Marketing Manager of the McKinney Chamber of Commerce, has graduated from the program and has received the recognition of IOM.