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McKinney Performing Arts Center serves up three hot concerts

The McKinney Performing Art Center's Courtroom Theater has three nights planned to help residents beat the heat. The series of concerts includes Madi Davis, Sawyer Fredericks (Season 8 winner of 'The Voice') and Texas songwriter Radney Foster.



Zin Zen Wine Bistro

If it were not for Texas Rangers baseball, Zin Zen Wine Bistro in McKinney’s Adriatica Village might be under different ownership.



McKinney Art House

The two young art students were studying the work of Georgia O’Keeffe when their teacher walked through the door of the McKinney Art House with fresh flowers picked from the garden. The students were excited when their teacher explained they would be drawing those flowers for their assignment.


2016 Summer Camp Guide

The following list is a sampling of summer camps offered in the city of McKinney. It is not meant to be all-inclusive.


McKinney Community Band celebrates 10 years with free concert

The sounds of the silver screen will fill the McKinney Performing Arts Center at 4 p.m. on April 10 as the McKinney Community Band treats guests to "Music of the Movies."


Stonebridge United Methodist Church hosts youth event March 16

On March 16, Stonebridge United Methodist Church will host a community-wide youth event called "ONE NITE." The event will run from 7-9 p.m. in the Robertson Activity Center Gym, 1800 S. Stonebridge Drive, McKinney.



Calling all McKinney artists: City seeks submissions for juried art show

‘Le Bleu Nuit’ by Winston Lee Mascarenhas received the top prize for the large scale artwork category in the 2015 juried art show, which received more than 150 entries from artists throughout Texas.


McKinney's first public art mural to be complete by early summer

The mural will be placed on the south side of the Cadillac Pizza Building.


fILTER(ed)

From coffee to music, fILTER(ed) aims to bring a new concept to coffee shops.


A Year in Pictures | McKinney

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McKinney bridal show set for Jan. 16

The wedding season is just around the corner and to help brides-to-be prepare for their wedding day, the McKinney Performing Arts Center will host the McKinney Bridal Show.



Home for the Holidays kicks off Christmas season in downtown McKinney

Downtown McKinney is donning its holiday apparel as city staffers begin wrapping street lamps in garland and adding wreaths to historic buildings—all in preparation for Home for the Holidays.


Oktoberfest set for Sept. 25-27

Oktoberfest in downtown McKinney is just around the corner, and city officials are gearing up for this three-day event offering authentic German food, drinks, entertainment, children’s activities and fun.



McKinney Classic Film Festival brings courtroom drama back to MPAC

McKinney Classic Film Festival debuts next month in historic downtown with a courtroom-themed lineup that includes some of Hollywood's all-time favorite courtroom classics such as "To Kill a Mockingbird," "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington" and "12 Angry Men."


Boys and Girls Clubs of Collin County to hold fundraising gala

The largest fundraiser of the year for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Collin County will be held Oct.17 at the Frisco Embassy Suites Hotel & Convention Center, 7600 John Q. Hammons Drive.


Red, White and BOOM! schedule released

The city of McKinney is inviting residents to celebrate Independence Day on the square.


Historic Pecan Grove Cemetery hosts Memorial Day event

Volunteers will pay tribute not only to the military and first responder personnel interred at Pecan Grove.



Bike the Bricks brings speeding cyclists to downtown McKinney

During Bike the Bricks on Friday, May 22, Downtown McKinney will be converted to a racetrack as more than 500 cyclists from around the globe take over downtown at speeds up to 40 miles per hour in continuous races throughout the evening.