Entertainment
  • Be transported back in time to an era of speakeasies and flappers with Matt Tolentino and The Singapore Slingers Orchestra, a quirky retro jazz group featuring Prohibition-era music of yesteryear, presented by the McKinney Performing Arts Center (MPAC) Friday, May 2 at 8 p.m.
  • Enjoy a pleasant spring evening with the popular McKinney Community Band in the beautiful garden of the Heard-Craig House, as the band presents a potpourri of relaxing and fun music -- from traditional to popular. Free admission.
  • The Grayson College Fine Arts Department is calling for artists, designers, and seamstresses to create and show art clothing and accessories out of trash and recycled material for the first “Trashion” show, a runway style trash fashion show, in conjunction with the 2014 Texoma Earth Day Festival in Sherman. The trash fashion show will be held at the Sherman Municipal grounds, 405 N. Rusk in Sherman, Texas on Saturday, April 26. In addition to area artists and designers fashions and accessories by GC Visual Arts design students will also be featured in the runway show. Grayson College Cosmetology students will be working as the make-up artists for the models. photo by Allen Rich
  • Where else can you get barbecue, beans, all the sides you expect, dessert and a drink for only $8? At the Red River Art Fest and Run for the Arts - where else?
  • April 25 - Caribbean Escape, Steel Drums Music by Charile Duhon
  • Thornton Wilder's Our Town is presented by McKinney Repertory Theatre Young Actors Guild on Friday, April 25 at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, April 26 at 2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, April 27 at 2:30 p.m. Directed by Kyle Januszewski and produced by Jacob Correll, the performance will take place at the McKinney Performing Arts Center located at 111 N. Tennessee St. on McKinney’s historic downtown square.
  • The Bonham Community Band, under the direction of Mr. Roger Ashcraft,will be performing a free Spring Concert on Thursday, April 24 at 7:00 p.m. The concert will be held at 1st Christian Church, 701 N. Main St.(corner of 7th and Main), in Bonham. This will be Mr. Ashcraft's final concert performance in Bonham.
  • The 8th Heritage Day Celebration will fill historic downtown Bonham with visitors ready to enjoy a full slate of activities including Old West re-enactments, daring motocross jumpers, a fireman's rodeo, classic cars and trucks, musical entertainment, vintage military vehicles, a model train display and much, much more.
  • Betty Lowe from Quinlan and her Corgi dog, Buckles entered at a previous Cedar Creek Pleasure Driving event in the dog to ride class. This year's gathering is May 2 -4.
  • On Saturday, April 26, the Lake Bonham Hoe-Down will feature special guest, Frank & Roberta Waymire from Denison, Texas. Other guests will include By Faith Alone from Wolfe City.
  • Timing is everything, especially for Bernard, an amorous, happy-go-lucky bachelor who is managing to juggle simultaneous engagements to three voluptuous stewardesses who have no idea they are getting triple-timed. The synchronized relationships mesh perfectly until Boeing unveils a new, faster jet and suddenly all three stewardesses are in town at the same time as Bernard's scheme spirals out of control. The final performance of this production will be a Sunday matinee at 2:00 p.m. April 20.. photo courtesy of Sherman Community Players
  • The Golden Gospel Jubilee will be May 2, 2014 at the Lake Bonham Hoe-Down. Hosted by Joan Kelton and the Shades of Bluegrass. Featuring: Micky Workman (guitar), Joan Kelton (rhythm guitar), Bill Kline (mandolin), Darrell Felts (dobro), Ricky Nelson (banjo), Bill Ogden (bass) and Jack Marshall (fiddle).