Events this weekend in Frisco include a parade, an art festival and early holiday shopping.
- Frisco Community Parade
The Frisco Community Parade is held every November to celebrate Veterans Day and community pride. The parade features floats, school marching bands, high school football teams, cheerleaders, scouts, civic organizations, youth sports teams, Frisco-based professional sports teams and local businesses. The parade is in collaboration between city of Frisco, Frisco ISD, Frisco Chamber of Commerce and the Frisco Veterans Advisory Committee.
The parade will leave Toyota Stadium, traveling east on Main Street through historic downtown Frisco finishing at North County Road.
10 a.m. Free. Toyota Stadium, 9200 World Cup Way, Frisco. www.friscoparade.com
2. Gotta Have It Craft Fest
The Frisco Area Retired School Personnel will host a festival in which area crafters can come together and show holiday crafts and gifts. Funds raised from the event will go toward a college scholarship fund.
9 a.m.-4 p.m. Free. Frisco High School, 6401 Parkwood Blvd. For more information, click here.
3. Celebrate Neighborhood Toy Store Day at Learning Express Toys of Frisco
In honor of Neighborhood Toy Store Day, Learning Express Toys of Frisco will host a celebration at its store. The store will feature visits from Peppa Pig and Marshall from Paw Patrol, as well as face painting. In addition, the store will raffle off two $25 gift cards. There will also be complimentary popcorn throughout the day.
Noon-3 p.m. Free. Learning Express Toys of Frisco, 3245 Main Street, Ste. 273, Frisco. www.facebook.com/learningexpressfrisco/
4. Explore the night sky at Frisco Starfest
The Texas Astronomical Society hosts its monthly Frisco Starfest at Frisco Commons Park. This event brings guests together to observe and educate others about the night sky.
Free. 6 p.m. Frisco Commons Park, 800 McKinney Road, Frisco. For more information, visit www.texasastro.org.
5. Frisco Fine Art Fall Festival
Frisco’s newest art gallery, Frisco Fine Art, will host a fall festival. The festival will include art, glass works, jewelry and live painting.
1-5 p.m. Free. Frisco Fine Art, 7227 Main Street, Frisco. For more information, click here.