YOUR GUIDE TO THE BEST UPCOMING EVENTS IN DENTON COUNTY
Movies in the Park
4th Annual Roanoke Roundup
When: May 4, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Where: Historic Oak Street, Downtown Roanoke If you love steak, gather the family for a free day of tasty fun at the Roanoke Roundup. Sample steaks and sides from local chefs, who are competing for big cash prizes, and enjoy music, activities, a classic car show and more. All proceeds go toward GUNS & HOSES Foundation of North Texas and Speedway Children’s Charities-Texas.
When: May 31 and June 28, 7 p.m. Where: Allen Groff Memorial Park, Pilot Point Check out the adorable A Dog’s Way Home (May) or the smash superhero flick Captain Marvel (June) under the stars with Pilot Point’s Movies in the Park series. Bring low-backed lawn chairs, dinner, snacks, blankets and bug spray to ensure you and the family have a fun time at the cinema.
When: May 14, 5 to 6 p.m. (and additional Tuesdays through October) Where: 501 Bolivar St., Sanger The Sanger Public Library’s homesteading series will teach you valuable life skills in this 12-class series. Learn how to grow and preserve your own food, how to care for a flock/herd and how to make homemade products. If you’re ready to get some chickens or eat from your garden, these are the classes for you.
Concerts in the Park
When: May 3, 10, 17 and 24, 7 p.m. Where: The Heritage Park of Flower Mound, 600 Spinks Road, Flower Mound Enjoy a fun and free night out in the fresh air with music by Big Daddy Band (May 3), Live 80! eighties cover band (May 10), Chinatown party band (May 17) and Random Axis, Motown band (May 24).
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