Our Great City
The Grapevine Chamber of Commerce Women’s Division is proud to present the first ever Elve’s on the Run, 5K/ Fun Run on Sat, Dec 3rd at Oak Grove Park in Grapevine. This family-friendly community event is in the heart of Grapevine- the Christmas Capitol of Texas! Meet Santa at the finish line, food trucks and beverages available for spectators, check out the vendors at Santa’s Workshop and more! Dogs on leashes welcome.
The fun run will begin at 8:30am with a chip-timed 5K at 9:00 am with awards for men/women in all age categories. Show off your holiday spirit with prizes for the best elf costume, and best registered group in costume.
The Southlake Historical Society invites everyone to its third annual Ghosts of Southlake Past cemetery tour at 6:30 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 5, in historic White’s Chapel Cemetery at the corner of FM 1709 and White Chapel Boulevard in Southlake.
The Greater Southlake Women’s Society is hosting their second annual charity fundraiser entitled “Light It Up” at Landscape Systems Garden Center, 1823 Keller Parkway – Keller from 2-8 pm.
Kappa Alpha Theta’s Mid-Cities chapter will host its fourth Ruby Slipper Soiree on Thursday, November 10, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at The Marq in Southlake. All proceeds will benefit CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Tarrant County.
At this year’s event, guests will enjoy wine from Kenwood Vineyards and appetizers prepared by award-winning chef, Charles Youts, and The Classic at Roanoke. A shoe and accessory fashion show will follow, featuring designs from returning style partners Elaine Turner and Premier Designs as well as new partner Brighton, modeled by Texas Christian University (TCU) Thetas. Jewelry from a fourth style partner, Kendra Scott, will be worn by committee members at the event.
Avant Chamber Ballet returns to Southlake with an expanded one-act Nutcracker with all your favorite characters and live music! The production will build on the success last season, including new and expanded sections from the Christmas classic and new costumes in a family-friendly one-hour performance. This year in addition to the 15 professional dancers, we have a student cast of 38 from schools all over DFW selected from 2 days of auditions. For the third year, ACB will be presented by Apex Arts League who brings top level arts group such as the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and the Fort Worth Symphony to the city of Southlake.