KidZania to reopen in Frisco, home improvement tips: News from Dallas-Fort worth area

KidZania USA is slated to reopen its Frisco location at Stonebriar Centre on July 31 to a limited capacity of children and parents. (Elizabeth Ucles/Community Impact Newspaper)
KidZania USA is slated to reopen its Frisco location at Stonebriar Centre on July 31 to a limited capacity of children and parents. (Elizabeth Ucles/Community Impact Newspaper)

KidZania USA is slated to reopen its Frisco location at Stonebriar Centre on July 31 to a limited capacity of children and parents. (Elizabeth Ucles/Community Impact Newspaper)

Read the latest business and community news from the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Frisco

KidZania set to reopen in Frisco with new sanitation measures


KidZania USA is slated to reopen its Frisco location on July 31 to a limited number of visitors.

Located at Stonebriar Centre, the interactive education and entertainment center has implemented new sanitation measures throughout the facility, including mandating face coverings for all guests, employees and staff members.



Lewisville-Flower Mound-Highland Village

Escape Room 5280 to reach one year of problem solving in Highland Village


Husband and wife Jarrod and LaTarsha Davis opened Escape Room 5280 in August 2019 at 1992 Justin Road, Ste. 200, Highland Village. Visitors will find hidden objects, figure out clues and solve puzzles to escape a room.

Keller-Roanoke-Northeast Fort Worth

Home improvement and maintenance tips from a Keller business owner

Homeowners should have their residence inspected professionally at least once a year, said De Anwar Bradley with Palafox Construction Group.

Regular maintenance should also be done regarding heating, A/C, roofing and pest control, he said.

Statewide

Some breweries may qualify to operate as restaurants under new TABC guidelines

Some breweries across the state may now reopen as restaurants after the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission on July 24 released new guidelines. Those new guidelines state all alcohol sales to distributors and to-go alcohol sales will not be included in a business’s 51% calculation.

In Texas, if an establishment makes more than 51% of its gross receipts from alcohol, it is considered a bar. Under Gov. Greg Abbott’s executive orders, bars statewide must remain closed as a precaution to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

William C. Wadsack, Liesbeth Powers, Iain Oldman and Ian Pribanic contributed to this report.



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