Three Things to Know This Week (Oct. 16-22)

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  1. Looking for ways to keep the kids active during the winter months ahead? Join TheYBB Colony Winter Youth Basketball League for kids ages 3-12. Registration is open until this Saturday, Oct. 21. You may register at The Colony Recreation Center (5151 North Colony Blvd.) or online at PlayTC.com. Registration is $65 for The Colony residents and $75 for non-residents. For more information, call Parks & Recreation at 972-625-1106.

  2. The Colony City Council meets at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17, at City Hall, 6800 Main St. The Council meets on the first and third Tuesdays of every month. Click here for the agenda. The Board of Adjustments also meets this week, at 6:45 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 18. View the agenda online.

  3. The Colony Parks and Recreation Department is partnering with Texas Parks and Wildlife to offer a camping workshop for the community! The workshop, called Texas Outdoor Family, will take place at Lake Ray Roberts State Park: Isle du Bois park. During the event, families will hike, geocache, fish, learn to cook in a DutchTexasOutdoorFamily oven and much more! No experience is required and all equipment is provided. Families only need to bring personal items and bedding. Equipment included: tent, cots, cook stove, pots and pans, utensils, etc. The cost per family of five is $75. Also included is food for the weekend. The workshop is on Nov. 18-19. Check-in begins at 9 a.m. on Saturday and cleanup is finished by 10 a.m. on Sunday. Register at PlayTC.com or by calling Parks & Recreation at 972-625-1106.
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Three Things to Know This Week (Oct. 10-15)

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  1. Members of The Colony Public Library’s Local History Committee will be on hand to talk about the history of Bridges Cemetery and discuss its preservation and TwilightBridgesrestoration plans, as well as answer questions about the history of the City of The Colony, during Twilight at Bridges Cemetery, 5 p.m. to sunset Saturday, Oct. 14. The cemetery is located at the corner of Morning Star and Chesapeake drives. Click here for more info, visit www.thecolonypl.org or email Assistant Library Director of Operations Megan Charters.

  2. Are you ready for the annual City-Wide Fall Clean-Up? If not, you’ve got one weekend left to get your junk in order! The event is scheduled for 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 21, in the parking lot of Hawaiian Falls Waterpark. Residents of The Colony may bring trash and refuse, such as large tree limbs, furniture, appliances, lumber, remodeling debris, fencing materials and scrap metal, for disposal. This list is not all-inclusive, and some limitations apply. Click here for all the details or call Environmental Services at 972-624-3131.

  3. oak-ridge-boysMark your calendars now if you haven’t already. We are ONE MONTH away from American Heroes: A Salute to Veterans! This year’s festival and fireworks event is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 11, at The Colony Five Star Complex. The event features a headlining performance by the Oak Ridge Boys, as well as live music from Sammy Kershaw and Cooder Graw. Registration for the American Hero 5K/10K/1-mile Fun Run is already underway. A whole day’s worth of fun and activities is in store. Check out the festival schedule for all the details or call Parks & Recreation at 972-625-1106.

Three Things to Know This Week (Oct. 2-8)

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  1. Join us on Friday night, Oct. 6, for our second fall installment of Movies in the Park at The Colony Five Star Complex! This week’s movie is Beauty and the Beast, rated PG. FREE admission for everyone! Gates open at 6:15 p.m. Movie begins BeautyBeastapproximately 7:15 p.m. Parental supervision required. Bring your lawn chairs or blankets! Concessions will be available for purchase. The Colony Five Star Complex is at 4100 Blair Oaks Drive. Click here for more info or call the Parks & Recreation Department at 972-625-1106.

  2. #ICYMI: A new feature launched this past Sunday enables residents and visitors to access a food establishment’s health inspection scores from their smartphone or tablet. Starting Oct. 1, the letter grade cards showing health inspection scores were replaced with city-issued placards containing a QR code which, when scanned by a QR-code reader on your device, takes the user to the Health Inspection page of the city’s website. Click here for more details.

  3. Vote-smallVoters in Place 6 have one week to register to vote in time for the Tuesday, Nov. 7, City Council Election. The voter registration deadline is Monday, Oct. 9. Early voting runs from Oct. 23 to Nov. 3. For more info, call the City Secretary’s Office at 972-624-3106.