April & May events
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APRIL 23 GO TOKELLER’S FARMERSMARKET The Keller Farmers Market will hold its opening day on April 23. The 2022 season will include a variety of items to purchase from multiple vendors, such as owers, cinnamon rolls, copper jewelry, art work, goat milk bath products, pottery, handcrafted wooden items and much more. 8 a.m.-noon. Free (admission). 400 Bear Creek Parkway, Keller. 682-593-3931. www.kellerfarmersmarket.com 30 CHECKOUT A FOOD FESTIVAL Trophy Club is hosting its inaugural “Taste of Trophy Club” food festival that will showcase Trophy Club’s dining scene and feature cooking demonstrations, music, art and family activities. Shannon Brewing Company and Two Brothers Winery will sell beer and wine at the event as well. 6-10 p.m. Free (admission). 500 Parkview Drive, Trophy Club. For questions, email parksandrec@ trophyclub.org. www.trophyclub.org/256/ Taste-of-Trophy-Club MAY 04 GOLF FOR A GOOD CAUSE The Keller Services Charities is hosting its golf classic at Sky Creek Ranch Golf Club. The inaugural golf tournament benets two nonprot organizations—the Stepping Stones Foundation and North Texas Special Needs Assistance Partners. All participants can expect a round of golf, lunch, a goody bag, a golfer gift, two contests, dinner and awards. 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. $165 (individuals); $625 (group of four). 600 Promontory Drive, Keller. 817-851-3475. To register and buy tickets, visit www.bit.ly/3D4lkMV. 05 SIP TEAWITH SUMMER SANTA Summer Santa’s Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea will be held on the Thursday before Mother’s Day at the Trophy Club Country Club. Attendees can sample sandwiches and desserts while listening to Chef Darren McGrady, former royal chef to Princess Diana, explain the
history of afternoon tea. Proceeds from the event will go to benet the Summer Santa Back to School Shopping and Summer Camp Scholarship programs, which help kids in northeast Tarrant County get new school clothes and enjoy a summer camp of their choice. 1-2:30 p.m. $75 (individuals); $550 (tables of eight). 500 Trophy Club Drive, Trophy Club. 1-888-287-2682. www.summersanta.org 07 WATCHA STEAK COOKOFF The city of Roanoke is holding its sixth annual Roanoke Roundup in Historic Downtown Roanoke. At the event, various chefs compete against one another in a steak cooko competition. The family- friendly event also includes live music, food, multiple vendors, games and more. Noon-8 p.m. Free (admission). Historic Downtown Roanoke, Oak Street. 817-491-2411. www.roanoketexas. com/339/Roanoke-Roundup 12 AND 26 ENJOY FREE CONCERTS As part of its “Evenings on Oak Street Concert Series,” Roanoke will host two free concerts in May. The rst May concert will feature Blu Print Band DFW, a “high-energy” multicultural cover band that performs classic rock, R&B, funk, blues, jazz and country. The band La Frequenzia will perform at the May 26 concert. 6:30-8 p.m. Free (admission). 221 N. Oak St., Roanoke. 817-491-2411. www.roanoketexas.com/114/Evenings- on-Oak-Street 21 SOLVE AMURDERMYSTERY The Dinner Detective, America’s largest interactive comedy murder mystery dinner theater show, is coming to the Holiday Inn Alliance. Attendees will be able to solve a murder mystery while enjoying a dinner. The script for the Holiday Inn Alliance show is called “Dirty Money.” Tickets are required. 6 p.m. $63.99 (general admission). 11120 Moriah Drive, Fort Worth. 866-496-0535. www.thedinnerdetective.com/fort- worth/event/saturday-may-21st-2022- fort-worth-tx
TheMother’s Day Art andGarden Festival will feature kids’ activities and local entertainment for attendees to enjoy. (Courtesy Trophy ClubWomen’s Club)
FEATURED EVENT CELEBRATEMOTHER’S DAY WITHANART AND GARDEN FESTIVAL Back for its second year, the Mother’s Day Art and Garden Festival hosted by the Trophy Club Women’s Club will take place over Mother’s Day weekend. The event celebrates the natural garden beauty along the walkways of Trophy Club Town Center. In addition, the work of about 40 regional artists will be showcased, and kids’ activities and local entertainment will be available for friends and families to enjoy. The net proceeds from the festival support TCWC’s charities throughout the northwest Dallas-Fort Worth area. In TCWC’s 40 years of existence, the nonprot has raised over $800,000 to support scholarships and other local charities. A large variety of artwork, garden and oral items, food vendors and celebratory drinks will be available for purchase. The event
will also feature food trucks as well as wine and beer tastings. Parking will be available in Trophy Club Town Center and at surrounding churches and businesses. TCWC asks attendees not to bring pets. Volunteer opportunities for the event include food service, garden booth sales, artist hospitality and gatekeeper. To volunteer for the event, visit www.bit. ly/3L9UC8t. 6-9 p.m. (Friday); 10 a.m.-9 p.m. (Saturday); 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (Sunday). Free (admission) Trophy Club Town Center 2240 TX-114, Trophy Club 832-727-5099 www.tcwcartandgardenfestival.com
Find more or submit Keller, Roanoke, Westlake, Trophy Club and Northeast Fort Worth events at communityimpact.com/event-calendar. Event organizers can submit local events online to be considered for the print edition. Submitting details for consideration does not guarantee publication.
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