Upcoming Events: Summer 2021
Every park has a history made up of thousands of stories helping define it! This July, PlayFrisco is telling the City of Frisco's park and recreation story with 25 Years of Play! For Park and Recreation Month, PlayFrisco has a daily activity or event to showcase the city's parks and rec facilities, programs, and services.
Where's Walnut Wednesdays
- Find Walnut in one of Frisco's parks every Wednesday in July
- Video clues will be released on the Play Frisco Facebook page each Wednesday at 10 a.m.
- If you find Walnut, follow directions on his back and return him to The Grove at Frisco Commons for a prize & Play Frisco swag bag
Movie night in the Park - July 23, Frisco Commons
Friday, July 23 at 8 p.m. bring the whole family out for movie night under the stars featuring 'Raya and the Last Dragon' (Rated PG).
Calling All Heroes - July 24, Frisco Athletic Center
We are honoring our heroes by offering free admission to the facility and water park (ID Required) for all veterans, military, police, medical, and first responders on Saturday, July 24. Learn more about what to expect and accepted forms of ID.
Dive in Movies - Fridays, Frisco Water Park
Join PlayFrisco each Friday night through August 6 for a movie on the big screen at the Frisco Water Park, 5828 Nancy Jane Ln. Movies begin at dusk and are included with paid admission to the water park. Check out the Dive in Movie schedule for this summer.
Saturday, August 14, 8 a.m. to noon
Frisco residential utility billing customers may bring items for safe disposal, recycling or donation to the Environmental Collection Center. Remember to bring a copy of your utility bill + a valid driver's license! Learn more about what is acceptable and what to expect when you arrive at the event.
Saturday, August 14, 5 - 9 p.m.
Frisco CAN is back this year and now is the time to start planning your block party and register for a visit from our first responders. This annual tradition is Frisco's local version of "National Night Out" and provides a great chance to get outside, meet your neighbors and chat with city leaders and members of the police and fire departments. This night of "community awareness" helps bring Frisco's communities together to keep our neighborhoods safe places to live. Request visits from Frisco city leaders, as well as, first responders. Learn more about Frisco CAN here.
Friday, August 20 at 8 p.m.
Purchase advanced tickets
For more information call 972-292-6652.
The 2021 season of Music in the Chamber continues on August 20 with the McKinney Philharmonic Orchestra - "Mozart", a concert highlighting the legendary composer’s works.
Each intimate concert will be held at the George A. Purefoy Municipal Center in the Council Chambers, a state-of-the-art, acoustically designed space by architects associated with NYC’s Radio City Music Hall.
Ages 16 and up are welcome. $10 for residents, $15 for nonresidents.
Third Saturdays April through October, Locations and times vary
Next ride: August 21, 1-4 p.m.
Let us know you are attending on the Play Frisco Facebook Event Page
Take a bike ride with your city of Frisco elected officials at a conversational pace. Routes are a combination of on-street and city hike & bike trails with distances ranging from 5 to 10 miles. Pedal the city and learn about Frisco while riding through some city parks, discovering Frisco Public Art, and more, with your city council. Follow along for more information on the Play Frisco Facebook page.