The following are five things that you should put on your calendar for this week in and around the Celina area:
The Market On Friday Night
It has reemerged! The first Friday Night Market of 2023 will take place in the downtown square of Celina on March 3, from six until nine o’clock in the evening. Get to know the local merchants who are selling handcrafted, homemade, and homegrown goods.
Celebrate Texas’s Independence.
On Thursday, March 2, from 5 to 9 o’clock in the evening, Rollertown Beerworks, located at 412 North Oklahoma Street, Number 106, will be hosting a celebration of Texas Independence Day. Live music in the style of the country will be provided by 380 Acoustics at the event.
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Gain Knowledge On How To Cultivate Fruit Trees.
Beginning at one in the afternoon, the Shades of Green location in Celina, which is located at 1213 E. Sunset Blvd., will hold a workshop on the cultivation of fruit trees. This past Saturday, March 4 The fruit trees that do the best in North Texas, when and how to plant fruit trees, how to prune fruit trees, and how to protect fruit trees from disease and pests are all topics that will be discussed at the clinic.
Take A Stand For The Children
The mission of Helping Hands of Celina, which is to support its mission of meeting the essential needs of children in the community, will be supported by a night filled with laughs and comedic entertainment. On Saturday, March 4, the event will take place at the Bella Terra Venue located in Gunter from 6:30 until 10:30.
You can find information about tickets, as well as additional details, at tinyurl.com/2f4wf627.
Walks On The Birds Every Other Second Saturday
A bird walk will be held every other Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. at the Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary. The 11th of March on a Saturday. According to the event page, “These bird walks are intended to help beginning and intermediate birders with bird spotting and identification techniques.”
(These bird walks will help both beginning and intermediate birders.) “There are also plenty of opportunities provided for participants to ask questions from experienced birders,” the organizers said. “There are also plenty of opportunities provided.”
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There is no need to make a reservation. The program is free for Heard Museum members and is included in the price of general admission to the museum. In McKinney, the location can be found at 1 Nature Place.
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