Lifestyles

  • Newest "My Place" video spotlights promote-from-within culture at Park Place Dealerships.
  • Featuring Brent Frailicks & Friends - in the Savoy Old Methodist Church Building, located at 309 E. Fowler St., Savoy, Texas.
  • It's time again for turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes and green beans. Reservations only! Call 903 583 2779.
  • Lake Bonham Hoe-Down will host Best of Bluegrass & Gospel Saturday, November 23, 2019, with special scheduled guests, New County Line from Denison, Texas.
  • Looking for a place to take your exercise walks for the winter? The Woodshed gym doors are open again for the "Senior Citizen Winter Walks."
  • Fannin County Family Crisis Center, Bonham Police Department and several Fannin County churches are teaming up again to provide Christmas Dinner for those in need. We have been helping citizens for over 10 years that find it difficult to provide Christmas Dinner for their families. Each year we serve between 100-150 families.
  • Open to the public Monday-Friday! Lunch served 11:15 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Breakfast served 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
  • Bonham Senior Citizens Center needs volunteers to deliver lunches to its Meals on Wheels clients.
  • Want to enjoy a delicious spaghetti dinner from Roma's Italian Restaurant and help the Bonham Animal Shelter expand? A spaghetti dinner fundraiser and auction benefitting the shelter expansion is set for Saturday, November 16, 2019 at Bonham Civic Center, located at 1100 W. 5th Street.
  • Powder Creek Pavilion in Bonham will host a country music concert Saturday, November 16, featuring Lightning Ridge. Music is scheduled to begin at 7:00 p.m. "The Lightning Ridge band is a regional, fun-loving, country dance band," says promoter Rick Massey, "so bring your cooler, your dancin' shoes, and come prepared to have a good time!"
  • Love to work in the garden? Come and help us add plants, weed and mulch our beautiful butterfly garden. Join our team that is on call for Wednesday morning gardening. Provide own tools and gloves. Minimum age 18, or 16 if accompanied by parent/volunteer. Garden volunteers get first dibs on thinned plants as well as access to seeds and cuttings for propagation.
  • Two international car enthusiast clubs will honor one of the greatest rivalries in racing history with a charity weekend event in Austin, Texas, on November 15-17, 2019. The Team Shelby and Ferrari Club of America celebration will include a special screening of the new film Ford v Ferrari, a scenic Hill Country Drive, "cars and coffee show," fabulous meals and mixers.
  • The Courtroom Theater in McKinney Performing Arts Center will host a night of incredible bluegrass music by Grammy and Dove-nominated Kenny and Amanda Smith Band and Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Bluegrass Band, slated for Saturday, November 16, from 6:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m.
  • Get a crash course in all things concerning beef at Local Yocal Farm to Market’s Steak 101 Class. Hosted by Local Yocal’s knowledgeable and entertaining owner and famed rancher Matt Hamilton and Head Butcher Adam Stone, the immersive class will have attendees leaving as carnivore connoisseurs. Steak-enthusiasts are encouraged to bring their appetite and beverage of their choice, as the class ends with a delicious tasting of over 17 fine beef cuts including; grass-fed Wagyu and 100% Angus, house-made sausage, ribeye, filet, Local Yocal’s signature McKinney steak and much more.
  • All sizes will be available: Twin & twin XL; full, Queen, King and California King as well as split King. They are 1800 thread count sheets in 25 colors, deep pockets, non-wrinkle, and do not shrink, fade or pill/bead. We will also be offering bamboo pillows, blankets, quilt sets and more. The proceeds benefit the TMC Bonham Hospital and our community. Cash, checks and all major credit cards will be accepted.
  • Friday, Nov. 15 and Saturday, Nov. 16. Harvest at Moody Performance Hall at 8:00 p.m. Arrive early for the Artist Talk at 7:15 p.m. in the lobby with guest choreographer Bryan Arias and artistic director Joy Bollinger. Falling the weekend after Veterans Day, the mixed bill features the return of the nationally acclaimed Follow Me by late founder Bruce Wood®.
  • Red Dog Saloon by Kay Carrel. The art of Kay Carrel is featured in the Creative Arts Center's East Gallery this month. Kay is a well-known local artist. From the time she was a child, always carrying a tin of watercolors and a full pack of crayons, Kay has loved art. Now, her favorite media are watercolors, acrylics, casein, pastels and ink. Horses are a favorite subject for her, inspired by her life on her ranch. Landscapes are a theme she often uses, painting plein aire (outdoors) whenever possible.
  • Some day people around Denison will recall the 'hey-day' of entertainment around this area in the early 2000s; and many of those memories will begin this weekend when "HeyDay" opens to the public. The newest entertainment venue in the area, situated in Gateway Village off US 75, includes lasertag, bowling, arcade games, mini-golf and a ropes course. The facility also houses a lounge and restaurant.
  • Our speaker will be Reggie Smith, Texas House of Representatives, District 62.
  • Join us Saturday, November 16 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at Grand Avenue Presbyterian Church, 901 N. Grand Ave in Sherman. With the 2020 election year coming up, Grayson County Democrats (GCDP) plan a series of public events to bring information to the residents of Grayson County. The initial program subject is on the epidemic of Gun Violence in America. Parking space is located in the back off Cleveland near Minter Hall. Admission is free. Join us for future topics on Healthcare, Immigration, Women's Rights and Getting Big Money out of Politics. Be Part of the Solution.
  • As the parade begins 10:00 a.m. Saturday, November 9, a flyover of World War II vintage T-6 training aircraft is scheduled to take place downtown and be visible to those lining the parade route. These are planes that actually served this area at Perrin Air Force Base in 1945 to train pilots stationed there.
  • 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, November 12
  • Before cold weather freezes your plants, learn how to prepare your plants for winter and temperatures that drop below freezing. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service program specialist for horticulture, Lisa Whittlesey, explains how you can prep your plants for the coming freezing temperatures.
  • The Lamar County Genealogical Society's next meeting will be at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 12. Our speaker will be Marynell Anderson Bryant. Marynell has been actively involved in genealogy since 1980. She has served three terms as president of Texas State Genealogical Society and is currently chair of the Heritage Certificate program.
  • Local veterans wave at the crowd as the Veterans Day Parade circles the Grayson County Courthouse November 9. On Monday, November 11, beginning at 5:30 p.m., Old Iron Post at 101 N Travis will host a Celebrity Monday event benefitting the Veterans Assistance Fund. This fund seeks to provide monetary support to veterans in our area who are in need for things like rent, food, medical bills, and other items and is administered by the Sherman VFW Post 2772. Participants will have multiple opportunities to have fun while benefiting this fund and supporting our veterans.
  • For nine years on a remote, rural family ranch in Utopia, Texas, UTOPiAfest evolved into a festival niche of its own. The experience features two non-overlapping stages showcasing multiple genres, in a friendly, harmonious family and partier friendly environment, with a distinct lack of fencing, overwhelming crowds, overbearing security, overt advertising, and nickel-and-diming that plague most music festivals. Though music is the main attraction, the beautiful natural setting has been the main headliner, with activities ranging from disc golf, mountain biking, hiking, workshops, and art installations.
  • The Texoma Genealogy Group is excited to welcome Kimberly Wells back on November 13 for her presentation of "Epidemics and Family Research." Epidemics have always been part of US history; from smallpox in the colonies to the influenza pandemic of WWI. Kimberly will discuss how these outbreaks impact genealogy research. They could cause the cemetery to fill, families to separate or be the reason the whole family picked up and left an area. The Texoma Genealogy Group meets from 1:00-3:00 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month.
  • Home Hospice of Fannin County is pleased to announce the start of our "Grief through the Holidays" Support Group starting on November 14, 2019. This group will be specially focused on how you live with your grief during the holidays. Each week we will work through discussing topics such as facing extended family, creating new traditions and getting through "firsts" this holiday. The group will meet in the Fannin Baptist Association Offices at 1505 Silo Rd., Bonham, TX 75418.
  • We will be serving a Thanksgiving Dinner on Thursday, November 14. We will also be honoring all veterans for Veterans Day, Monday, November 11 with a free meal.
  • Home Hospice of Grayson County is pleased to announce the start of our "Grief through the Holidays" Support Group starting on November 12, 2019. This group will be specially focused on how you live with your grief during the Holidays. Each week we will work through discussing topics such as facing extended family, creating new traditions and getting through "firsts" this holiday. The group will meet in the Home Hospice Office at 505 W. Center St. in Sherman, TX 75090.