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The city of Colleyville is looking to get in on a work- place trend taking its neighboring cities by storm. The city will open a new business center with coworking and exible spaces this spring, joining a group of corporate giants already oering collaborative spaces. It will be the rst coworking and collaborative workspace to open in Colleyville. There are eight in the surrounding cities of Grape- vine and Southlake, with a new one, Venture X, that just opened this month. The Colleyville Business Cen- ter is expected to open by May in the former Wachovia building on SH 26. These collaborative spaces benet small and large businesses alike, Colleyville Chamber of Commerce CONTINUED ON 24

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FROMMIRANDA: Did you know that Grapevine has a “billion-dollar corridor?” Chris Leighton, a broker for Westwood Real Estate Development used this term to describe where the Grapevine Station North development is being built at the intersecton of the Great Wolf Lodge, the Gaylord Texan Resort and Grapevine Station. Miranda Jaimes, EDITOR

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Feb. 6 at 321 State St., Southlake. The store, called Market by Macy’s , oers a boutique shopping experience with Macy’s-branded fashion. Additionally, within Market by Macy’s two new stops will debut: An exclusive beauty shop and brand called Getchell’s Apothecary; and Herald, an in-store food and beverage concept that will oer breakfast, lunch and snack menus daily as well as craft beer and wine. 817-527-3700. www.marketbymacys.com COMING SOON 9 Spenga is anticipated to open July 1 at 1161 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 250, South- lake. The tness concept includes one-hour workouts broken down into 20 minutes of spin class, 20 minutes of strength training and 20 minutes of yoga. 817-809-8556. www.spengasouthlake.com 10 Havertys , a furniture and decor retailer, is set to open in Southlake in fall 2020. The 33,800-square-foot store will move into the former Toys “R” Us shop at 250 N. Kimball Ave., Southlake. Custom- ers will be able to seek design consulta-

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NOWOPEN 1 Estee Lauder Companies opened a new retail outlet Dec. 18 at the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport. The storefront is located in Terminal D near Gate 25 at 2400 Aviation Drive, DFW Airport. The store oers Estee Lauder Companies brands, such as Becca, Too Faced, Bobbi Brown and Glam Glow. 972-973-9516. www.elcompanies.com 2 Athletico Physical Therapy opened Dec. 17 at 5615 Colleyville Blvd., Ste. 130, Colleyville. The business provides physical therapy, assessments for strains or sprains, back pain rehabilitation, hip rehabilitation, treatment for injuries and concussion rehabilitation. 817-576-0995. www.athletico.com/colleyville 3 Frenchies Modern Nail Salon , a natural nail care brand, opened Dec. 13 in Southlake Town Square at 1560 E. Southlake Blvd., Southlake. The salon’s

products are natural, and its polishes have fewer of the harmful toxins found in most polishes, franchise owner Janet Schimek said. The business oers natural nail care—no acrylics—and aims to ed- ucate guests about healthy nail main- tenance. 817-203-7221. https://studios. frenchiesnails.com/southlake-tx 4 PNC Bank rst opened Dec. 10 at 1111 E. Southlake Blvd., Southlake, and a grand opening celebration was held Jan. 15. PNC oers nancial services to individuals, businesses and government entities, according to its website. The Southlake branch features a self-service banking kiosk, advanced technology and space conducive to easy conversation. 817-722-2800. www.pnc.com 5 AT&T Portables opened a new loca- tion at 5615 Colleyville Blvd., Ste. 140, Colleyville, in late December. The busi- ness oers AT&T products and services, including AT&T television, DirecTV, AT&T BE DFORD R

wireless, and Apple, Samsung and LG products. 817-527-6053. www.att.com 6 Soul Sweat Hot Yoga had a grand opening Jan. 11 at 4902 Colleyville Blvd., Ste. 102, Colleyville, at the former location of Sumits Yoga. Soul Sweat oers 45-, 65- and 75-minute classes, including Vinyasa, strength, yin and power yoga. Soul Sweat also has another studio in Fort Worth. 817-503-2103. www.soulsweatyoga.com 7 D1 Training ocially opened Jan. 6 at 4906 Colleyville Blvd., Ste. 214, Col- leyville. The sports training center helps scholastic and adult athletes improve their skills. D1 Training also oers target- ed workouts and a proprietary training program designed for Division 1 college athletes. 817-755-1172. www.d1training.com/colleyville 8 Macy’s department stores have de- buted a new store format, which opened

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tions and items to outt their homes. 1-888-428-3789. www.havertys.com 11 Crush It Virtual Sports Lounge is projected to open in late February at 401 W. SH 114, Grapevine, owner Mike Speets said. This entertainment venue will allow guests to enjoy food and drinks while playing virtual sports. 817-270-9600. www.crushitsports.com 12 Vitality Bowls is slated to open Feb. 22 at 2750 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 110, Southlake. Vitality Bowls will oer acai bowls, smoothies, juices, paninis and sal- ads in a cafe atmosphere. The “superfood cafe” promotes health and wellness with its nutritionally rich and fresh ingredients. 682-477-4362. www.vitalitybowls.com ANNIVERSARIES 13 Kilwins celebrated one year of busi- ness Jan. 22. The dessert shop rst opened in 2019 at 338 S. Main St., Grapevine, sell- ing ice cream, caramel apples and various kinds of fudge. 817-527-7676. www.kilwins.com/stores/kilwins-grapevine 14 Bark Avenue Market & Bakery passed its 10th anniversary in early January. The business is located at 5615 Colleyville Blvd., Ste. 230, Colleyville. Bark Avenue provides natural pet food, accessories, toys and baked treats for cats and dogs. Its mission is to promote the health, vitality and longevity of animals, D Arepa TX will serve from-scratch arepas, tacos, empanadas and rice bowls. Executive chef and partner Mary Ann Allen is known online as the Frugal Chef, a web-based personality who oers helpful tips on low-cost, nutritious options. FEATURED IMPACT COMING SOON Four diverse culinary concepts have been announced for the debut of Harvest Hall, a food and entertainment venue coming to Grapevine in summer 2020. Three more food vendors are expected to be named at a later date. The food hall will be an anchor for the Grapevine Main development project at the intersection of Main Street and Dallas Road. www.harvesthall.com A Chick and Biscuit is a creation of Chef Beth Newman, who also owns Mason & Dixie on Main Street in Grapevine. Chick & Biscuit will oer fried chicken, Nashville hot chicken, pulled pork and brisket, along with from-scratch biscuits. B Stefania and Andrea Matteucci, owners of Loveria Cae in Colleyville, are bringing a new concept to life with Spuntino , which means “a bite to eat” in Italian. Customers will be able to nd dishes from Ravenna, Italy, as well as homemade pasta and lasagne. C Chef Tuan Pham, owner of Four Sisters in Fort Worth, plans to serve Vietnamese dishes, including homemade noodles and slow-cooked pho broth, at a new location of his restaurant.

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NUMBER TOKNOW $50million Southlake City Council will ask voters to approve a $50 million bond May 2. The bond money will be used by the city to buy land in Southlake if and when an opportunity arises, Mayor Laura Hill said in a Jan. 24 statement. The bond language was nalized at a Jan. 26 winter council retreat. HIGHLIGHTS CARROLL ISD On Jan. 17, the board approved using $1.1 million from 2017 bond funds to purchase and install new sound systems in school gymnasiums and cafeterias, add video intercoms for security and add additional phones across CISD. COLLEYVILLE A new residential community, Oak Alley, received approval on its nal plat at the Feb. 4 Colleyville City Council meeting. Oak Alley will be located at 1312 John McCain Road and 7309 Holly Lane N. in Colleyville on 43.54 acres. The land will be subdivided into 34 single-family lots, according to meeting documents. Colleyville City Council Meets at 7:30 p.m. the rst and third Tuesday of each month www.colleyville.com Grapevine City Council Meets at 7:30 p.m. the rst and third Tuesday of each month www.grapevinetexas.gov Southlake City Council Meets at 7 p.m. the rst and third Tuesday of each month www.cityofsouthlake.com Grapevine-Colleyville ISD board Meets at 7 p.m. the fourth Monday of each month. www.gcisd.net Carroll ISD board Meets at 5:30 p.m. the rst and third Monday of each month www.southlakecarroll.edu MEETINGSWE COVER

WestinHotel project underway

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Hospitality. The Westin Southlake, valued at more than $90 million, has been seven years in the making, he said. “I think this project, given that it’s a Westin brand, represents exactly what this community is about,” Barham said. “It’s high-quality. It’s high-visibility, and in terms of what we’re going to deliver, we’re going to deliver a rst-class, four-star, four-diamond hotel.” The hotel is slated to open in the fall of 2021.

Trustees amend costs for newmusic center CARROLL ISD The board of trustees approved additional funds for the upcoming state-of-the-art music and performing arts center being built at Carroll Senior High School. At a special meeting Jan. 17, the board amended the original agree- ment with contractor Muckleroy & Falls from approximately $27.1 million to about $28 million. “Several items required changes by the city, along with some existing and unforeseen conditions that have added cost to this project,” according to CISD documents. There were unanticipated challenges in meeting the city’s requirements and with utilities, Bond ProgramManager John Haugen said. Savings from other areas in the bond package will go toward covering these new costs. BY RENEE YAN SOUTHLAKE Developers, inves- tors, Southlake Mayor Laura Hill, Southlake City Council members and city sta gathered at 1200 E. SH 114, Southlake, for the groundbreaking of the Westin Hotel on Jan. 21. Once completed, the hotel will feature 261 rooms, 25,000 square feet of meeting space, a tness center, a resort-style pool, an event lawn and a parking garage, Harrell Hospitality Group CEO Paul Barham said. The project is a development of SRH

Southlake Mayor Laura Hill and council members attended the groundbreaking for the Westin Hotel on Jan. 21. (Renee Yan/Community Impact Newspaper)

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ProposedHonda dealershipwith car wash gets approval fromGrapevine City Council

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road, according to the meeting agenda packet. The vacant tract of land is owned by Lithia Real Estate, according to submitted documents. Consulting rm Cool Breeze Consultants is working on the project and helping to obtain various permits. “Once we have these permits in hand, we plan to begin construc- tion, hopefully, sometime this summer,” Cool Breeze Consultants Principal GrahamMoore said in an email to the newspaper.

GRAPEVINE At its Jan. 21 meet- ing, City Council approved a Honda dealership for construction at 2301 William D. Tate Ave., Grapevine. The site is west of Stone Myers Parkway and north of Prospect Parkway. In addition to a showroom and service building, the dealership will have an on-site car wash and vacuums to oer cleaning services. A 40-foot sign will be placed on the northbound SH 121 service

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GRAPEVINE  COLLEYVILLE  SOUTHLAKE EDITION • FEBRUARY 2020

EDUCATION School districts approve 2020-21 academic calendars COMPILED BY MIRANDA JAIMES | DESIGNED BY TOBI CARTER Grapevine-Colleyville and Carroll school districts have adopted their 2020-21 academic calendars. Find when students will begin classes, break for summer and have other holidays in this guide.

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AUG. 17 Students begin classes

DEC. 21 Winter break begins

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CARROLL ISD

AUG. 17 Students begin classes

DEC. 21 Winter break begins

MARCH15-19 Spring break runs

JAN. 5 Spring semester starts FEB. 12, APRIL 2 Potential bad weather makeup days

187 Total teacher workdays

175 Total days in class

MAY 27 Students break for summer

The district solicited public feedback for two calendar options presented at the Dec. 16 board meeting. The option with the later staff development day and spring bad weather day was selected.

Option 1 453

total responses 748

Option 2 295

OPTION 1. Trustees approved

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RECENT HIGHLIGHTS

Community events

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GRACE POKER TOURNAMENT

COLLEYVILLE CHAMBER ANNUAL AWARDS BANQUET

John Peter Smith Hospital CEO Robert Earley (center) served as the master of ceremonies at the Awards Banquet. (Photos courtesy Walt Mills)

A poker tournament was held at Classic Wine & Storage in Southlake on Jan. 18 to benet the GRACE nonprot relief agency. (Photos courtesy Corey Collins)

The winner of the casino night received a trip to Las Vegas, in addition to helping raise funds for GRACE.

Guests enjoy a live music performance at the 44th annual Colleyville Awards Banquet on Jan. 16.

The GRACE poker tournament had some guests going all in with eorts to raise money and win the grand prize.

The winners of the poker tournament helped raise money for the GRACE nonprot relief agency.

The Colleyville chamber honored each nominee and his or her accomplishments to the community.

GARY&CYNTHIA BLANKENSHIP BUSINESS CENTER RIBBONCUTTING

The community is welcomed to the Grapevine chamber’s new addition, the Gary & Cynthia Blankenship Business Center.(Photos by Renee Yan/Community Impact Newspaper)

The Gary and Cynthia Blankenship Business Center debuted Jan. 14.

A wall painted with the names of project donors is featured prominently.

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GRAPEVINE  COLLEYVILLE  SOUTHLAKE EDITION • FEBRUARY 2020

GUIDE

Candidates and information for the March primaries

ELECTION Primary

2020

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SAMPLE BALLOT

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R: Desi Maes R: Be h Van Duyne STATE Railroad commissioner D: Roberto R. “Beto” Alonzo D: Chrysta Castañeda D: Kelly Stone

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R: James “Jim” Wright Texas state senator, District 12 D: Randy Daniels

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Primary Election Guide 2020

Important dates

Feb. 18: rst day of early voting Feb. 21: last day to apply for early voting by mail Feb. 28: last day of early voting March 3: primary election day Voters can vote in the Republican or Democratic primary, but not both.

STRAIGHTPARTY VOTING

Tarrant County

House Bill 25 from Texas’ 85th legislative session created a shift from voting for candidates only aliated with a specic party to having to review all candidates aliated with all parties. However, the end of straight-party voting will not aect the March primaries.

Republican Democrat

Percentage of votes that were straight-party 50%

64%

39.5%

37.8%

36.2%

33.8%

40%

WHERE TO VOTE

30%

of voters in the 10 largest counties in Texas cast straight- party tickets in the 2016 general election.

28.3%

20%

27.6%

27%

Visit www.tarrantcounty.com/elections to see a full list and addresses of where to vote during early voting and on election day. Where can I vote?: Voters in Tarrant County can vote at any vote center within the county on election day and at any vote center open for early voting. instead, any registered voter eligible to vote in the county- run election may vote at any polling place. Precincts: A voter is registered in the county election precinct that contains the voter’s residence address. Vote centers: This is a polling place system in which the county election precinct polling places are eliminated, and

Straight-party voting will end Sept. 1 .

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10% 0%

SOURCE: THE TEXAS TRIBUNE COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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GUIDE

2020 CampGuide

A noncomprehensive guide to camps in the Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake areas

2020

512), $249 (nonresidents ages 512) Champions Club at The Marq Southlake 285 Shady Oaks Drive, Southlake 8177488019 www.experiencesouthlaketexas.com This camp allows children to explore their interests in multiple sports by play- ing in games and scrimmages. There are two programs: an option for prekinder- garten-aged children and an option for older children. These are two dierent time slots. Ages 312. 7 The REC Spring Break Camp March 913 $140 (REC members), $150 (nonmem- bers) The REC of Grapevine 1175 Municipal Way, Grapevine 8174103450 www.gograpevine.com Children can play indoor games, swim at the aquatic center, make crafts and go on eld trips at this spring break camp of- fered at The REC of Grapevine. Campers will need to bring daily packed lunches, bathing suits and towels. Ages 712. 8 Rookie Baseball Camp March 912 $156 Colleyville City Park 5201 Bransford Road, Colleyville 8175031180 www.colleyvilleparksandrec.com Colleyville’s baseball camp teaches young athletes the rules of the game and funda- mental skills, such as hitting, pitching and teamwork. Ages 46. 9 Snapology Drone Commander Camp March 913 $164 Colleyville Senior Center 2512 Glade Road, Colleyville 8175031180 www.colleyvilleparksandrec.com Campers will learn about unmanned aeri- al vehicles, including control techniques, drone safety and ight maneuvers. Ages 712. CONTINUED ON 18

Whether their kids are looking to spend some time outdoors, hone their athletic skills or study up over the break, parents searching for summer camps have a variety to choose from in the Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake areas. This list is noncomprehensive.

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Spring break camps 1 Around the World Camp March 913 $49 (ages 48), $60 (ages 913) Taste Buds Kitchen 2140 E. Southlake Blvd., Southlake 8174880538 www.tastebudskitchen.com Taste Buds Kitchen in Southlake allows children to sample global cuisines with two dierent programs: one for 4- to 8-year-olds and one for 9- to 13-year- olds. Young chefs can try foods from Italy, Thailand, China and Mexico. Ages 413. 2 Cross Timbers Spring Break Nature Camp March 913 $141 (residents), $176 (nonresidents) Bob Jones Nature Center and Preserve 355 Bob Jones Road, Southlake 8177488019 www.experiencesouthlaketexas.com Campers can explore nature and partici- pate in outdoor activities, such as hiking, creating art and learning about the local ecosystem, at the Bob Jones Nature Cen- ter and Preserve. Before- and after-camp care will be available. Ages 511. 3 Flavor Camp March 913 $129 (REC members), $139 (nonmembers) The REC of Grapevine

Young chefs will learn about cooking and discover how to make avorful snacks and dishes. Ages 812. 4 Lights, Camera, Action! March 913 $160 (REC members), $170 (nonmembers) The REC of Grapevine 1175 Municipal Way, Grapevine 8174103450 www.gograpevine.com Campers can explore their creative side while learning lines, adopting characters, singing songs, wearing costumes and performing on stage. Ages 812. 5 Little Veterinarian School March 913 $312 Colleyville Senior Center 2512 Glade Road, Colleyville 8175031180 www.colleyvilleparksandrec.com Over the course of ve days, children will learn how to assess, measure and exam- ine a dog’s health. They will learn about what to do if a dog is injured, how to in- spect and remove ticks, the importance of nutrition and other important aspects of caring for canines. Ages 611. 6 Multi-Sport Camps March 913 $66 (residents ages 34), $83 (nonres- idents ages 34); $199 (residents ages

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