Lifestyles
  • It takes about $32,000 a year to maintain Willow Wild the way we wanted it to look, the way we promised you we would. The biggest cost is mowing, but there are water bills, restoration costs from vandalism, equipment maintenance, fence repair, storm clean up - the list goes on and on. We need donations. No amount is too small, and we provide tax receipts. Our goal is to raise $10,000 by Labor Day.
  • If you work in any of the three themes of this exhibit, we would love to have you enter our non-juried show.
  • Plans are underway for the Bonhi All-School Reunion scheduled for June 12-14 of 2015. One very important role in the success of the Reunion is that of Class Representatives. They function as our committee's link to their respective graduation-year classmates in confirming and/or gathering location information for each of the former students with whom they attended school in Bonham. The Reunion Committee has full class rosters for all classes, including those for whom there is no active Class Rep.
  • Open to the public
    Breakfast served 7:00-9:00 a.m.
    Lunch served 11:15 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
    Salad bar each weekday
    Grill is open for burgers
    Baked potatoes on request if ordered ahead of time
  • Why do some recipes call for sea salt instead of regular salt? Is it healthier? What about kosher salt?
  • The Bonham Senior Citizens Center is open to ALL seniors aged 60 and older. It also prepares and delivers the Meals on Wheels lunches for Fannin County.
  • Libby 360 by Barbara Oliver Hartman - 8-pointed star design on tie-dyed background


  • The Bonham Family History Center is offering a free class focused on Native American research on Saturday, August 2nd, from 9am-11:30 am, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1540 S. Hwy. 78 (2 miles south of Bonham). Admission is free and all are welcome (non-denominational).
  • The history of quilting in America is a reflection of the country’s history, evolving from simple bedcovers to become a part of America’s cultural heritage. The 2014 Bonham Quilt Hop held over two days, Friday July 26 and Saturday, July 27, features quilt displays at eight different locations citywide.
  • Spend a morning with the Collin County Master Gardeners and learn how to make your own garden produce delicious, nutritious vegetables at the Fall into Vegetable Gardening program on Saturday, July 26, 2014. The class will be conducted at Myers Park and Event Center in McKinney from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
  • "In this age of inner-city food deserts and cheap fast food, it is vitally important to give people who don't have the opportunity to garden a place to grow healthy, local food," says Chris Voss, past-president of CORE. "The Bonham Community Garden is that place for many families in Bonham and there is room to grow!"
  • The 2014 Quilt Hop will feature a full slate of quilt-themed demonstrations highlighting new techniques, tools, and projects. All demonstrations are free and open to the public.
  • Whether it's a book to read (Kay Sisk), patriotic jewelry for the 4th of July (Sweet Dreams of Texas), unique glass items for your home (Dream Art Glass, Southern Lights, Reflections Stained Glass & Outdoor Art by Kim) or to wear (Dream Art Glass), jewelry for a night on the town (PK Designer Jewelry,Daisy Chains & Betty Capps Designs) or other original art to use or view (Anne Harris Gourd Artist), we've got the one of the finest selection of hand made gifts in the North Texas Corridor.
  • The Bonhi Class of 1976 will be having a reunion on Saturday, October 18, 2014, 2:00 p.m. until midnight at the Lodge at the Parker Place, 575 CR 4131, Bonham.