Landon Winery to open in Grapevine and more DFW-area news

Landon Winery is set to open this year at the former location of Umbra Winery. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Landon Winery is set to open this year at the former location of Umbra Winery. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Landon Winery is set to open this year at the former location of Umbra Winery. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

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Landon Winery to open at former Umbra Winery location in Grapevine

Landon Winery is expected to open this year at 415 S. Main St., Grapevine—the former location of Umbra Winery. The winery serves barrel-aged, Napa, dessert and other wines.

Frisco



Collin Corporate College to offer free webinars on bringing employees back into the workplace

Collin Corporate College plans to offer a free webinar series for C-level and human resources executives on transitioning employees back into a safe work environment.

Cookie Cutters Haircuts for Kids now open in west Frisco

Cookie Cutters Haircuts for Kids opened Aug. 16 at 1710 FM 423, Ste. 400, Frisco. The salon offers haircuts for children, including those with special needs. Children can enjoy an indoor play area with a slide, fantasy car salon booster seats, and TV stations that show a variety of kids shows and games.

Young Entrepreneurs Academy in Frisco to begin 10th year remotely

Frisco’s Young Entrepreneurs Academy will soon kick off its 10th year in the city with students participating virtually.

The educational program helps students 11-18 years old start and run businesses and social movements over the course of an academic year with the help of mentors, events and classes.

Plano

Arts and craft store Michaels launches trend hubs, maker spaces at Plano and McKinney locations

Arts and crafts store Michaels is testing a new concept at its McKinney and Plano locations.

The revised store format includes a “trend hub” section in the fine art, kids, seasonal and custom framing departments that allows customers to test products prior to purchasing, according to a Sept. 9 press release.

McKinney

New Freedom Powersports location coming soon to McKinney

A new Freedom Powersports is under construction at the southeast corner of North Central Expressway and Bloomdale Road in McKinney. The facility will be built on about 4 acres of land and consist of approximately 33,000 square feet to serve as a Freedom Powersports recreational vehicle sales and service facility, according to city documents.

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Northeast Tarrant Internal Medicine Associates finds new location in North Fort Worth

Medical provider Northeast Tarrant Internal Medicine Associates relocated in June to 8740 Medical City Way, Fort Worth.

William C. Wadsack, Elizabeth Ucles, Gavin Pugh, Makenzie Plusnick and Ian Pribanic contributed to this report.



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