Nexus Recovery Center is hosting a 1970s-themed 50th anniversary celebration in November featuring disco music and desserts. The event isRead more
Food festivals are back for fall. Don’t miss these.
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Guests dressed in roaring 1920’s attire for the Food and Wine Festival themed A Gatsby Garden Soirée at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden.Read more
A classic Tudor in Highland Park will also be featured in the Turtle Creek Association’s 20th anniversary virtual tour of homes.
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The Highland Park Education Foundation (HPEF) this week received a gift of $100,000 from La Fiesta de las Seis BanderasRead more
The 2021 Communities Foundation of Texas’ North Texas Giving Day follows another record-setting year, where more than 106,000 donors raised $58.8 million for more than 3,000 nonprofits.
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Vintage music, fashions, and cocktails made a comeback as The Preston of the Park Cities joined thousands worldwide for the Alzheimer’s Association’s annual observance of The Longest Day® held on the summer solstice – “the day with the most light” – to fight the mental darkness of the disease.Read more
At the beginning of every school year, for the past five years, United to Learn has helped Dallas ISD students and teachers get off to a good start by making sure they have the supplies they need.
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Mike Rawlings, former Dallas mayor, and Micki Rawlings have been named the honorary chairs of the Dallas Education Foundation’s 2021 annual campaign – “The Heart of Teaching.”
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The 9/11 Day organization, a nonprofit which seeks to turn the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks into a day of service, is partnering with Communities Foundation of Texas to host a meal pack event for the North Texas Food Bank.
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