Lifestyles
  • North Texas Book Festival's guest speaker for this year's annual awards dinner is Shelly Cumbie Tucker, author of Ghosts of Denton: The History of the Mysteries in a Small Texas Town. Book Trails Dinner is at 6 p.m. Friday, April 10, at Patterson-Appleton Center for the Visual Arts in Denton.
  • Silver Leos Writers Guild will hold its monthly meeting on Wednesday, April 8, in the TAMU-Commerce Alumni Center located on the west side of the campus on the corner of Stonewall and Bois d’ Arc streets in Commerce.
  • There's a new circulation classification at the library that can be found next to the Science Fiction section. Recently created was a new "Fantasy" designation to accommodate the growing number of fantasy series and stand alones we have.
  • Event to feature egg hunt, vintage baseball exhibit, exhibition baseball game, fun for all ages
  • Features scale models of Bonham's Texas & Pacific Depot and the W.W. Brownlee home
  • Texoma Community Center offers many services to help persons with IDD to achieve their potential.
  • As the Bonham High School Reunion is quickly approaching on June 12-14 this summer, the Bonhi Reunion Committee and the respective Class Reps continue to search for their former classmates. The public has been a great help in this effort, and we appreciate your input.
  • Cities and towns in northeast Texas are rich with wonderful examples of late 1800 to early 1900 architecture. The Bertha Voyer Memorial Library (BVML), along with Humanities Texas and Friends of the BVML will host a fascinating pictorial exhibit entitled The Way Things Were: Texas Settlers and Their Buildings, 1860’s – 1930’s will open on April 7. This exhibit will provide information and photos on log houses, farm homes and barns, country schools and churches, country stores, town squares, main streets, symbols of prosperity and courthouses.
  • Ivette Vargas-O'Bryan, Austin College associate professor of religious studies, and her colleague Zhou Xun of the University of Essex in the United Kingdom, have edited the book Disease, Religion and Healing in Asia: Collaborations and Collisions, published by Routledge Publications in January 2015.

  • The Bonham Senior Citizens Center is open to ALL seniors aged 60 and older.
  • The first public art installation in the Great Trinity Forest, Equine Rhythm stands 19 feet high, 10.5 feet wide, 15 feet long and weighs more than 8000 lbs. The sculpture is made of Corten steel which develops a dark red patina that radiates a deep reddish-orange glow in the sunlight. The artist, Curtis Patterson, will attend the Texas Horse Park Community Event Saturday, March 28, 2015. Texas Horse Park is located at 811 Pemberton Hill Road in Dallas.
  • The Lamar County Genealogical Society Native American Indian Research workshop has been rescheduled for March 28, 2015, from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. The speaker is travelling from out of state and weather and road conditions have necessitated this change.
  • One of the most common questions that I receive is about how, when, and where roots may be cut. More and more today, people are experiencing foundation, excavation, and construction issues involving tree roots. In general, a tree’s root system can be damaging to any structure that sits within a root’s reach. And with so much activity around trees, it is a legitimate concern about cutting roots.
  • For all you adults out there - do you remember when you used to have fun hunting eggs at Easter when you were kids? Well, now is your chance to experience again the excitement of an Easter egg hunt, only this time at dusk and with the opportunity to receive some great prizes. Easter After Dark will start at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, March 27 at the Audie Murphy/American Cotton Museum. There are all sorts of prizes in store for everyone who participates!