Entertainment
  • Don your finest sequined blouse and travel back in time to the heyday of rock and roll with ĎA Neil Diamond Tribute with Keith Allynní presented by the McKinney Performing Arts Center (MPAC) on Friday, Jan. 30 at 8 p.m.
  • American Sniper follows the life of Chris Kyle (Bradley Cooper), a U.S. Navy SEAL with 160 confirmed kills in Iraq. It is technically a 2014 film because it opened in limited release in time to qualify for the Academy Awards (for which it got six nominations including Cooper for Best Actor and the film for Best Picture).
  • Museum visitors will find an acoustic guitar that once belonged to Sherman native and Country Music Hall of Fame recipient, Buck Owens, on display during the exhibit. Other featured artists include Bomar Cramer, Buddy Tate, Reba McEntire, Gene Autry, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Randy Travis and Johnny Perry.
  • On Sunday, January 25, 2015, 3-5 p.m., Harmony House Concerts will host Terri Hendrix with Lloyd Maines for the fourth consecutive year to start off its new season of performances. Terri's spirited, vivacious personality is revealed in her songwriting, as is her self-motto of "Own Your Own Universe."
  • Lee Skinner as Miss Daisy, Jerry Barrax as Hoke - photo by John Spears of Quinn Studio
  • Do the sweet sounds of the ukulele make you want to do a happy dance? Hear the ukulele played like never before with the wildly popular Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra as they make their McKinney Performing Arts Center (MPAC) debut Jan. 24 at 8 p.m.
  • Hosted by Joan Kelton & The Shades of Bluegrass, The Best Of Bluegrass presents The Wade White Band of Paris, Texas. Shows start at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, January 24.
  • Shiloh, in full regalia as the Statue of Liberty, which was a gift from the people of France that was dedicated in 1886, was the paws down Best of Show winner in 2012. This year Barkus salutes all things French!
  • January 17, 1-4p.m., January 18, 4-7p.m., callbacks on the 19th. Show opens April 2. Directed by Guest Director Vanessa Baker.
  • The Japan-America Society of Dallas/Fort Worth invites you to experience the New Year's traditions of Japan at this 15th annual family-friendly festival Sunday, January 18, 2015. Highlights include taiko drumming, Japanese folk dance, tea ceremony demonstration and ikebana (flower arranging). Watch rice being pounded for mochi (rice cakes), a treat you can sample with various toppings. Try your hand at calligraphy, origami, and traditional games for children. Fun for all ages!