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  1. A Heritage Halloween

    October 25, 2019, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Frisco Heritage Museum

    Come early to enjoy a full evening of spooky fun with old-fashioned Halloween games and activities like fortune telling, ring toss games, crafts, and more in our Depot. Explore Frisco’s past with true tales of mystery and mischief presented throughout the night in our historic buildings, like the 1895 Crozier Sickles home which is rumored to have once been inhabited by a ghost! Movie! Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948) The plot unfolds with a star-studded cast as the comic duo of Abbott & Costello meet Count Dracula played by Bela Lugosi, Frankenstein’s Monster played by Glenn Strange, and the Wolf Man played by Lon Chaney, Jr. Movie will be shown outdoors, please bring blankets or lawn chairs for seating. Concessions are not available, coolers and snacks are welcome, but alcohol is not allowed.

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  2. ArborFest

    October 26, 2019, 9:00 AM @ The Grove at Frisco Commons

    Join the Urban Forestry Board and the Frisco Garden Club for a ceremonial tree planting and proclamation at 9 a.m. The Grove at Frisco Commons is our new active adult center, not yet open to the public, located next to Frisco Commons Park.

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  3. Buffalo Stomp-Wildflower Seed Planting

    October 26, 2019, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM @ Cottonwood Creek Park

    Join Play Frisco's Natural Resources team and the Frisco Garden Club for its annual native wildflower seeding event. Help stomp seed into the meadow at Cottonwood Creek Park for a beautiful spring bloom. Master naturalists will talk about the Blackland Prairie ecosystem including its wildflowers and pollinators. Long pants and closed-toes shoes are recommended. All ages welcome for some active, educational outdoor fun! Awards! • Sweetest Stomp • Silliest Stomp • Most Athletic Stomp • Most Creative Freestyle Stomp • Human's Best Friend Stomp • Rootin’est, Tootin’est Stompin’ Boots

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