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    Denton Live Issue:
    Featured, Jan-June 2019

    Glitter and gold

    TWU gymnastics vying for 12th national title There are many differing opinions of Denton’s “best kept secret.” From food trucks to quaint spots in the park, it seems each denizen of our endlessly exciting city has something different in mind when they bring this up. In reality, our true best kept secret may be no […]

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    Denton Live Issue:
    Featured, Jan-June 2019

    ‘How far we’ve come’

    Courthouse museum reopens one year after fire Almost a year after a fire on the Downtown Denton Square, the Denton County Courthouse-on-the-Square Museum’s main exhibit is set to rise from the ashes January 1. The fire took a major toll on the museum and the surrounding areas, originating in the Downtown Mini Mall across the […]

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    Denton Live Issue:
    Featured, Jan-June 2019

    Humble beginnings, handmade goods

    Celebrate the Denton Community Market’s 10th anniversary Live music fills the air as people pass by tables of locally-made goods. Handmade jewelry glistens in the sun and fresh produce is arranged in piles on a table. The green lawn on West Mulberry Street is full of Saturday morning activity as vendors exchange smiles and small […]

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    Denton Live Issue:
    Featured, Jan-June 2019

    Keeping Denton Musical

    A lawn of double basses, ukulele classes, Twilight Tunes and more mark first Denton Make Music Day No matter the time of day, you can catch buskers playing solo on the sidewalk (toss a dollar or three into their instrument cases), join the jam session on Saturday mornings on the Square; or have a glass […]

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    Life Stories Told through Quilts @ Patterson-Appleton Arts Center

    Feb 15 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

    Life Stories Told through Quilts @ Patterson-Appleton Arts Center | Denton | Texas | United States

    Greater Denton Arts Council and Denton Black Film Festival presents LIFE STORIES TOLD THROUGH QUILTS
    By: Barbara McCraw
    Gough Gallery, Patterson-Appleton Arts Center
    Opening Reception: Thursday, December 6
    December 7 – February 15, 2019

    Retired professor and pathologist Barbara McCraw is a Master Quilter whose pieces have been exhibited across North America and Europe. She has created quilts celebrating figures like Nelson Mandela, Bishop Desmond Tutu and the Obamas. Her pieces are in numerous collections including the Smithsonian, the Denton County African-American museum, the Denton County Courthouse museum, the University of Michigan and North Carolina Central University.

    Materials Hard + Soft Exhibition @ Greater Denton Arts Council

    Feb 15 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

    Materials Hard + Soft Exhibition @ Greater Denton Arts Council

    Recognized as one of the premier craft exhibitions in the country, Materials: Hard + Soft International Contemporary Craft Competition and Exhibition, began in 1987 and was originally initiated by area artist Georgia Leach Gough. Now in its 31st year, the exhibition shows the top national and international artists as we celebrate the evolving field of contemporary craft and the remarkable creativity and innovation of artists who push the boundaries of their chosen media.

    3rd Annual DAM Awards @ Patterson-Appleton Arts Center

    Feb 15 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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    The 2019 DAM Awards will take place on Friday, February 15, 2019, at the Patterson-Appleton Arts Center (otherwise known as the GDAC).

    This year the award show will be raising funds to benefit the North Texas Dream Team. The 3rd Annual DAM Awards will be hosted by Chloe McDowell & Javoris James.

    Go to www.DAMawards.com/vote to cast your ballot now!

    There will be VIP tables for purchase this year. There is a $3 (or whatever you want to give) donation at the door to benefit the North Texas Dream Team.

    VIP tables & tickets available here

    YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BUY A TICKET TO COME IN TO THIS EVENT. The event has reached capacity the last two years and will only admit as many people as possible per building codes and whatnot, so be advised!

    Galentine’s Paper Flower Workshop @ The DIME Store

    Feb 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

    What’s Galentine’s Day?! Originally created for TV’s Parks + Recreation, Galentine’s is a day to celebrate all the ladies in your life and the loving bond of female friendship! This year, we’re excited to host another workshop with one of our favorite makers, Savvie Studio!

    In this class, you will learn the techniques to create stunning flower bouquets that will never fade or wilt. You will learn how to shape crepe paper into petals, add realistic details, and design a beautiful bouquet!

    DIME is excited to partner with their neighbors at Denton County Brewing Company, just right around the corner from their shop at 118 E. McKinney St! All students will meet and check-in at DIME between 6-6:20! Right after, everyone will head as a group over to DCBC around the corner — the workshop will be held in one of their private rooms.

    FRIDAY, February 15th 2019
    Check-in and private shopping period at DIME: 6:00 – 6:20
    Workshop: 6:30 – 8:30

    What you get with your ticket!:
    + all materials provided to make 5 crepe paper flowers and additional greenery
    + directions and patterns to make again and again!
    + 1 free drink at Denton County Brewing Company (they offer a variety of craft beer, wine, ciders, kombucha, + sodas!)
    + an array of yummy chocolates to enjoy during the workshop!
    + a one-time 15% off coupon at DIME! you’re welcome to use this during the private shopping period, or within a week after the workshop!

    Sign up with a friend and get 10% off your tickets!

    Please read through our Workshop FAQs before signing up!

    *To respect DCBC, this is not a BYOB workshop!*

    Let DIME know if you have any questions at dimehandmade@gmail.com

    UNT Softball vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff @ Lovelace Stadium

    Feb 15 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

    UNT Softball vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff @ Lovelace Stadium

    North Texas will host the Mean Green Classic Feb. 15-17 at Lovelace Stadium. They will face Arkansas-Pine Bluff Friday, February 15 at 6:30 p.m.

    Tickets

    All tickets are general admission. Lovelace Stadium’s ticket office opens one hour before first pitch.

    Adult

    Youth (age 18 and under)

    Single game/doubleheader

    $10

    $5

    Two-Day Weekend Package (admission for Sat-Sun series)

    $15

    10

    Mean Green Classic Tournament Package (admission for all 3 days)

    $25

    $20

    The Mean Green Sports Pass allows fans to attend every North Texas regular-season home softball, volleyball and soccer game. The price for 2018-19 is $70 per person. To purchase your Mean Green Sports Pass, call the North Texas Athletic Ticket Office at 940-565-2527.

    Featured photo by Rick Yeatts Photography

    Free Beer Friday @ Discover Denton Welcome Center

    Feb 15 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

    Friday means beer at the Discover Denton Welcome Center! Every Friday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., the Discover Denton Welcome Center hosts a variety of brewers that offer beer samples for FREE!

    At 7 p.m., the brewers step into the DentonRadio.com studio for a quick interview to learn about their story, their beer, and their craft.

    After sampling, head to the Bearded Monk to get a full pint of the featured beer!

    Stay up-to-date on all things craft beer with the Free Beer Friday podcast, now available on iTunes – apple.co/2rRG1qC & Google Play – bit.ly/2qhnuCI

    Brewing up at the Discover Denton Welcome Center:

    February 1 | New Braunfels Brewing Co
    February 8 | Red Gap Brewing
    February 15 | Funky Picnic Brewing
    February 22 | Backstory Brewing

    Get your beer on!

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    LSA Live Music @ LSA Burger

    Feb 15 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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    Treat yourself to live music and one of the best views in town every Friday and Saturday night at LSA Burger on the Downtown Denton Square!

    Music starts at 7 p.m. and ends at 10 p.m.

    Upcoming shows:

    November 17th – Danni & Kris 

    December 18th- Real Texas Radio Live Show featuring Trey Gonzalez

     

    Dusty’s Dart Tournament @ Dusty's Bar & Grill

    Feb 15 @ 7:15 pm

    Blind-draw, double elimination, steel-tip tourney.

    $10 entry plusts $2 mystery out & $3 dream out
    signups start at 7:15pm, Play starts at 7:45pm.
    House matches mystery out buy-in and half the pot with 14+

    $2 Ziegen, $3 Beam, Bucket Special!

    Lockdown @ Univeristy of North Texas RTFP Building - Room 127

    Feb 15 @ 7:30 pm

    Lockdown @ Univeristy of North Texas RTFP Building - Room 127

    Lockdown

    By Douglas Craven
    Directed by Amanda Surman

    In a dark classroom, eight students sit in an “official lockdown,” not knowing if it’s just a drill or an actual emergency. When a hysterical younger girl bolts from the room and the teacher follows, the remaining students are left alone to decide if it’s safer to stay or run.

    February 14, 15, & 16, 2019 @ 7:30 pm

    $12.50 Students, UNT Faculty/Staff, UNT Alumni, Seniors
    $15.00 General Public

    RTFP Building – Room 127

    Ghosts of Denton @ Downtown Denton

    Feb 15 @ 8:00 pm

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    Make reservations to take a Ghosts of Denton tour with supernatural tour guide Shelly Tucker. The Ghosts of Denton tours meet at the Discover Denton Welcome Center for a 90 minute haunted history tour at 8:00 p.m. every Friday night.  There are so many stories, that Shelly tells different ones each night.  On any night you might hear the tales of the ghostly hooligan, the dead Comanche’s bones, the librarian who never “checked out,” or the man who survived the Goliad massacre to die in a suspicious fire.  Perhaps you’ll hear tales of Sam Bass and his friend/nemesis Jim Murphy (who some say still haunt the streets of Denton), or the blind sheriff who protects and serves from beyond the grave.  Does John Denton’s ghost protect the town that bears his name?  Take a tour and find out! These tours are fun for visitors and residents alike.

    Private tours can still be booked as long as the group consists of 6 or more.

    For more information, visit ghostsofdenton.com.

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