FRISCO, TEXAS (Jan. 16, 2013) — Kindergarten, first and second graders are invited to attend K-2 Explorers: Planet Watch! Get your hands dirty while we clean up the planet, go on an endangered animal safari and have other amazing eco-adventures. This two-part program will be held 3-4 p.m., Mar. 14 and 15 at Frisco Public Library, 6101 Frisco Square Blvd., 2nd floor Children’s Program Room. Explorers must be in kindergarten, first or second grade to attend. Pick up a free entry ticket at the 2nd floor Ask Us desk the day of each program.
Frisco is currently vying to be the Friendliest Small Town in America by Rand McNally, USA Today, and the Rogue Riders. The Rogue Riders are Bob and Jen, two travelers making their way through the US to visit the friendliest small town finalists. They are documenting their travels through twitter, blog posts, and videos.
Frisco was super excited to have the Rogue Riders in town. Here is not just one but TWO videos of their visit to Frisco.
Frisco is vying to be the "Friendliest Small Town in America" by Rand McNally and USA Today! We are competing against five other finalist cities for the title of "Friendliest Small Town in America": Murray, KY; Joplin, MO; Cloudcroft, NM; College Station, TX and San Luis Obispo, CA. The Rogue Riders team will be visiting Frisco this weekend on Saturday, June 23rd!
FRISCO, TEXAS (May 15, 2012) — The joys of visiting the library, the threatening movements of a shark, and reflections on winter where just a few of the subjects among the winning poems out of nearly 350 entries in Frisco Public Library’s contest. Poems were judged by 2005 Texas Poet Laureate Alan Birkelbach, and winners were announced at a recent reception honoring poets in four grade-level categories.