Articles tagged with: plano
Through the Lens…Images of Plano Photography Contest and Fine Art Show
AlleeOops Photography and OwnAPieceOfTexas.net present Through the Lens…Images of Plano benefitting Heritage Farmstead Museum. The event couples a photo contest with the preview of fine …
by Mina Frannea
My family recently had the pleasure of attending the Spooky Symphony, one of the productions of the Plano Symphony Orchestra’s (PSO) Family Symphony Series. This performance featured all the instrument families–Strings, Percussion, Woodwinds …
Arbor Day Run 5k/10k & Hike, The GREENEST race in North Texas!
Nature lovers, tree huggers, outdoor enthusiasts, runners and walkers will enjoy this scenic run through Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve. Join the Plano …
For as long as I can remember, I have loved birthdays, specifically my birthday! There were years that I proclaimed it a National Holiday, and not only would I have a birthday DAY, but there …
It is generally agreed that no more than 10% of a child’s body weight when they are pre-teens should be loaded into the pack. As they become older the weight can increase to no more than 15% of their body weight. You want to put the heaviest weight at the bottom of the backpack and it’s a pretty good idea, especially with younger children to clean out their packs every one or two days as you will be amazed at what you might find that has gone missing or is unnecessarily adding to the weight of the backpack.
We will be drawing 25 names every week for a FREE Happy Meal from any O’Reilly’s McDonald’s locations in Collin County.
It’s Back to School again and while my kids are excited about seeing their friends, they are dreading the onslaught of homework! In fact, my son came home from school on Day 2 with Math homework. There is no such thing in middle school as a slow start! My biggest battles with my kids during school seem to be around keeping organized and getting homework done before 9pm at night. Here are a few tips to get you started on the right foot this fall.
On my walk this morning as I passed the ponds, a bird caught my eye. I knew it was a heron of some kind but didn’t look familiar. I came home and got out our well-used copy of The Sibley Guide to Birds (best bird book ever, add it to your Christmas list!) and discovered that it was in immature green heron.
Parents can submit a video of their child making his or her favorite zoo animal sound and they
could win a $10,000 cash prize and a trip to Fisher-Price for a special photo shoot for their child
On June 24th KJ Dance studio, under the artistic direction of owner Kristy Ulmer, presented a show benefitting the New York City Dance Alliance College Scholarship Fund. The studio has raised in excess of $10,000 to date for the NYCDA college fund and this summer KJ’s company dancers known as PULSE will be traveling to New York City to compete in the NYCDA National Finale. More information about the NYCDA scholarship fund or KJ Dance can be found at: KJDance.com or NYCdance.com