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Eventi holds a grand opening event on April 22.

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FEATURED IMPACT NOWOPEN Jason Young of Verona Villa Venues has collaborated with Nack Development to bring a new event space to The Patios At The Rail at The Rail District in Frisco, located at 7511 Main St., Frisco. The venue, called Eventi , has two areas: The Loft, which has 4,000 square feet of indoor space with a contemporary industrial feel, as well as The Patios, a 22,000-square-foot landscaped rooftop outdoor space with custom tent options, Young said. Donny Churchman is the president and CEO of Nack Development, the developer of The Patios At The Rail. He said The Patios were designed with event space, knowing there was a high demand for these venues in Frisco.

“This entire time we were looking to see if we were going to run it ourselves or if we were going to ! nd a group out there that maybe wanted to run it,” Churchman said. Nack Development was familiar with Verona Villa and Young, so it made sense to partner together to manage the event spaces, Churchman said. In addition to private events, the space will also hold community events for people to purchase tickets and participate in, Young said. 972-837-8034. www.eventivenue.com

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such as basic life support, advanced car- diac life support and pediatric advanced life support, through the American Heart Association and American Red Cross. The business also o " ers to train at customer locations for groups of six or more. 469-964-0135. www.isavelives.net ANNIVERSARIES 8 The National Videogame Museum marked its # fth anniversary April 2. The museum opened at the Frisco Discovery Center, located at 8004 N. Dallas Park- way, Frisco, in 2016. The National Videog- ame Museum, founded by John Hardie, Sean Kelly and Joe Santulli, is dedicated to the history of the video game industry. The museum features video game mem- orabilia collected over three decades. It spans 10,000 square feet, featuring

a gift shop and more than 20 displays, including a timeline of gaming consoles and gaming stations. 972-668-8400.

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9 After almost # ve years of business, Saks Fifth Avenue O ! 5th in Frisco has closed. The storefront at 3251 Preston Road, Ste. 400, is unoccupied; the phone line has been disconnected; and the store is listed as permanently closed on Google. The 29,000-square-foot store featured a selection from more than 800 brand names of clothing and accessories for women, men and children at reduced prices compared with other Saks Fifth Avenue stores. www.facebook.com/ sakso " 5thfriscotx

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