Lifestyles
  • On Sunday afternoon, October 24, '21, 3:00-5:00 p.m., Adler & Hearne will be performing at Harmony House Concerts. YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND, in person!! If we have an idyllic crisp autumn day, Adler & Hearne will perform on the front porch of this 'ole house. If we have an idyllic crisp autumn day, Adler & Hearne will perform on the front porch of this 'ole house. However, if the weather does not cooperate, we will set up in the living room and dining room as always (just not so close & cozy). If held indoors, either bring your favorite mask (Did we tell you that this was also a masquerade party?) or we'll be happy to provide you with one!
  • All are invited to the Legacy Ridge Country Club, 2201 Country Club Rd in Bonham, at 6:00 p.m., Saturday, October 23 to hear a delightful evening of music. The concert is titled The Miracle of Music and will be performed by the Children's Chorus of Greater North Texas, the Grads' Chorus, as well as several youth and young adult soloists. The public is invited to this free concert.
  • The 2021 North Texas Walk for Apraxia event will be held on October 23, 2021 at Meyers Park Show Barn to benefit children with apraxia of speech. The event begins at 10:00 a.m. with a ceremony beginning at 11:00 a.m. Registration is FREE!
  • The annual Jeff Kennedy Memorial Scholarship Fundraiser is set for Friday, October 22, 2021, from 5:00 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. at Finley-Oates Elementary.
  • These photos were taken last April of cleared and uncleared areas. There are over 125 gravestones hiding in there and over 190 burials! Look for a yellow sign posted on CR 3015 starting at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, October 23.
  • This month's featured artist at Greenville's monthly music series, The Road Less Traveled, is Bri Bagwell.
  • The 15th edition of Evening of Texana -- featuring Margie Morris, Ginger Nye and John West -- is slated for Tuesday, November 2, beginning at 5:30 p.m., at First United Community Room & Patio, 401 E. Taylor Street in Sherman. Vaccinated folks, please join us as we bring back this celebration of Texas literature.
  • The Annual Trick It Up Bike Ride is set for Saturday, October 23 in Farmersville, Texas. Register now for 20, 30, 40, 50 and 62-mile bike rides.
  • During the Festival of Flight in 2012, Pilot Julia Wood pauses for a photo with Leonard Gerner before she gave Mr. Gerner a spin around the airspace over Jones Field in a PT-19, the aircraft that Gerner flew as an instructor pilot at the former military training base. The old war birds will be back in the air and rumbling around the air traffic pattern above Jones Field on Saturday, October 30 for Bonham Festival of Flight.
  • (L-R) Patricia McBean (MSN), Director of Nursing at TMC Bonham and Bill Yarbro, Branch President, Legend Bank in Bonham. Legend Bank, a community bank serving North Texans for over 130 years, recently announced a bank-wide outreach effort to show support for the healthcare workers in their communities.
  • Open to the public Monday - Friday!
  • October 18, 2021 Monday Country Fried Steak with Cream Gravy
  • Alzheimer's is a degenerative brain disease and is the most common form of dementia. It is not a normal process of aging.

  • Porsche Dallas team wins Area and Regional completion before finishing one of the top three cars in the U.S. in the Porsche Cars North America Classic Restoration Challenge.
  • Fairview Cemetery Annual Meeting is set for 10:00 a.m. Saturday, October 16, 2021 at the Fairview Cemetery located on FM 2645.

  • The Ozark Folk Center State Park's Stringband Music & Arts Festival is on Oct. 15 and 16, 2021. The family-friendly festival will be a weekend-long celebration of lively stringband music and handcrafted arts featuring the Ozark’s finest artisans, music prodigies, and live performances by some of the best touring bands that play old-time mountain music, also known as Ozark folk music.
  • Trout fishing near Cotter on the clear, cold White River in the beautiful Arkansas Ozarks proved to be spectacular this week.
  • With fall on the horizon, many trees are beginning to drop their leaves. There are lots of options that will benefit the soil, make it healthier, and give you the opportunity to grow a beautiful garden or landscape.
  • Please come and join us for our October 15, 2021 Formal Student Recital being held at The Plano Courtyard Theater in downtown historic Plano, Texas. The recital begins at *6:30 p.m. The recital is free. We will be accepting free-will donations at the door; all are welcome to come and hear the Violin & Piano Students of Dr. Certain perform many classical selections. The students are excited to be able to finally perform!
  • Where can you find a place to learn some of the history of Denison while being entertained with creepy stories of downtown Main Street? Well, Red River Tours' Haunted Denison Ghost Tours on Main Street every weekend this October are the answer.
  • Collin Corporate College will host Suzi Lantz and Jeff Broadnax of GiANT Worldwide for its November webinar series, "Preparing the Next Generation of Leadership for Your Organization." Lantz and Broadnax will help organizations establish their legacies and longevity by giving actionable steps to find and create leaders that build trust, set visions, and who are worth following.
  • Bonham Public Library welcomes local children's author, JC Tracy. JC will be at the library on Wednesday, October 13 at 10:00 a.m. for Storytime.
  • Sherman Community Players is in a nationwide search for a new Managing Artistic Director. Current Managing Artistic Director Joshua Conroy-Harris will be leaving the position at the end of December, as he is moving out of state to pursue new opportunities with his family. "I do not take the decision lightly and would not leave unless I truly believed that it is the best thing for myself and my family," says Conroy-Harris.
  • For the next two weeks, Texans are invited to take part in the sixth annual statewide Pollinator BioBlitz. The goal of the BioBlitz, which runs from Oct. 1-17, is to raise awareness of the diversity and importance of pollinators while bringing greater attention to the critical habitat needs of monarchs and native pollinators across the state.
  • The team from Jake Shockley State Farm was happy to donate lots of backpacks to the annual school supply drive hosted by the Fannin County Children's Center. The Children's Center is currently seeking sponsors and auction items for their big fundraising event called Justice Is Served. The Center is also seeking volunteers to help in a variety of roles.
  • The youth rodeo always draws a large crowd at the Fannin County Fair, but you could also see a classic glimpses of the past, such as a Studebaker pick-up and a Farmall Tractor.
  • "Using Social History to Enhance Family Stories," by Susan Kaufman, the Senior Manager of the Houston (TX) Public Library's Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research in Houston.
  • Local area is part of a national initiative to increase mental health literacy
  • With flu season approaching and COVID-19 still spreading in Texas, now is the best time to get a flu shot. The Texas Department of State Health Services encourages everyone to protect themselves, their families and their communities against respiratory illness throughout the flu season by getting immunized as soon as possible. Getting a flu shot is especially important for people at a higher risk for complications if they do get the flu, including those with chronic health conditions, pregnant women, young children and older adults.
  • Open to the public Monday - Friday!