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Animal Services

  1. Animal Shelter Closed for Staff Training

    April 8, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM @ Plano Animal Shelter

  2. Wildlife Class at Plano Animal Shelter

    April 11, 10:00 AM - April 12, 4:00 PM @ Plano Animal Shelter

    Wildlife Rehabilitation Basics: Well Baby Care Course Overview This class is intended for wildlife rehabilitators, Animal Control Officers, and others who may be called upon to provide basic supportive care for orphaned, ill, or injured native wildlife, or work with the public to resolve issues involving wildlife. The course covers basic skills utilized in well-baby care, focusing on the following topics: 1.Overview of Wildlife Rehabilitation 2. State laws governing wildlife rehabilitation and the permit process 3. Safe capture and handling / Personal Safety 4. Health concerns for rehabilitators 5. Intake and well baby exam (including hands-on exam activity) 6. Hydration and fluid therapy (including injection practice lab) 7. Feeding and nutrition 8. Wellness, enrichment, and preventive medicine 9. Release criteria The class format is a combination of lecture, discussion, case study, and hands-on lab. The fee of $110 covers both days of classroom instruction, the

  3. Low-Cost Sterilization and Vaccination Clinic at the Plano Animal Shelter

    April 17, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Plano Animal Shelter

    Appointments are required for sterilization services and can be made by calling the number below or visiting TCAP online. Vaccinations are provided from 10-12 and no appointment is necessary.

Arts and Events

  1. Seton Soles Charitable 5K Run/Walk

    April 18, 8:00 AM

    On April 18th the 8th Annual Seton Soles Run/Walk will be held at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church. This is a charitable event with proceeds going to Habitat for Humanity of Southern Collin County – participating and contributing to this Event will help build a home in East Plano starting in June. See you at the Race on April 18th.

  2. Red Balloon Run & Ride

    April 25, 6:30 AM - 2:00 PM @ Children's Medical Center Plano Campus
    7601 Preston Road
    Plano, TX 75204

    The Red Balloon Run & Ride is an annual family-friendly fundraising event produced by Passion for Children’s, in conjunction with Children’s Health, that raises money exclusively for Children’s Health System of Texas. Events include 1K/5K Run/Walk, 5K, 23mile, 36mile, 57mile and 72mile bicycle rally. There’s also a free infield full of family-friendly games, face painters, photo booth, a team tent decorating contest, and a live band for all to enjoy. Several savory food trucks will also be onsite, and they donate a portion of their proceeds back to Children’s Health.

  3. Annual Spring Fair of West Plano

    April 26, 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Anshai Torah Synagogue
    Parker and Willow Bend
    Plano, TX

    Shopping, flower sale, petting zoo, bounce houses, rock climbing, crafts, blood/bone marrow drive, food trucks

  4. Plano Community Band presents: Band Legends

    April 26, 2:30 PM @ Eisemann Center
    2351 Performance Drive
    Richardson, TX 75802

City Council & Commissions Meetings

  1. Cultural Affairs Commission

    April 2, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Training Room A

  2. Planning and Zoning Commission

    April 6, 7:00 PM @ Senator Florence Shapiro Council Chambers

  3. Community Relations Commission

    April 9, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Building Inspections Training Room

  4. City Council Meeting

    April 13, 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Senator Florence Shapiro Council Chambers

  5. Plano Housing Authority

    April 15, 5:30 PM @ Plano Housing Authority Administration Building
    1740 Avenue G
    Plano, TX 75074

  6. TEDx Plano

    April 16, 4:00 PM @ Courtyard Theater

  7. Planning and Zoning Commission

    April 20, 7:00 PM @ Senator Florence Shapiro Council Chambers

  8. City Council Meeting

    April 27, 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Senator Florence Shapiro Council Chambers

Environmental Education Events

  1. New Volunteer Orientation

    April 2, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Environmental Education Center (EEC)

    Become a Sustainability volunteer and help make Plano cleaner, greener, and healthier. Register for orientation by contacting Heather Harrington by email or phone.

  2. Electronics Recycling - 1st Saturday

    April 4, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ First United Methodist Church

    Our partner, United Electronic Recycling, LLC (UER), provides professional, efficient recycling services to residents, small and large businesses, and educational organizations of Collin County, North Texas and Oklahoma.

  3. Electronics Recycling - 2nd Saturday

    April 11, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ St. Andrew United Methodist Church

    Our partner, United Electronic Recycling, LLC (UER), provides professional, efficient recycling services to residents, small and large businesses, and educational organizations of Collin County, North Texas and Oklahoma.

  4. Nature Explore Family Club

    April 12, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Environmental Education Center (EEC)

    Are you “stumped” about what to do this weekend? Don’t stay “rooted” in front of the television! Don’t “leaf” your plans until the last minute! It’s time to “branch out” into outdoor adventures with your family! Join us the first Sunday of each month OR the following Monday for the Nature Explore Families Club. Our mission is to help connect children and families with nature and each other through fun, age-appropriate activities. April Theme: Colors in the World

  5. Nature Explore Family Club

    April 13, 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM @ Environmental Education Center (EEC)

    Are you “stumped” about what to do this week? Don’t stay “rooted” in front of the television! Don’t “leaf” your plans until the last minute! It’s time to “branch out” into outdoor adventures with your family! Join us the first Sunday of each month OR the following Monday for the Nature Explore Families Club. Our mission is to help connect children and families with nature and each other through fun, age-appropriate activities. April Theme: Colors in the World

  6. Texas SmartScape Plant Sale

    April 18, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Home Depot

  7. Electronics Recycling - 3rd Saturdays

    April 18, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Christ United Methodist Church at Coit and Parker

    Our partner, United Electronic Recycling, LLC (UER), provides professional, efficient recycling services to residents, small and large businesses, and educational organizations of Collin County, North Texas and Oklahoma.

  8. L2LG Learning Adventure: Great American Cleanup & Earth Day Celebration

    April 18, 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ Plano Centre

    Community-wide litter cleanup, complete with volunteer appreciation picnic and Earth Day Celebration! More info at www.Learn2LiveGreen.com

  9. Love Where You Live: Volunteer Litter Cleanup

    April 25, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Cross Bend Church

Human Resources Training & Development

  1. Community Spanish - PD3901 (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 2, 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM @ Chief William Peterson Emergency Operations Center

    This program is intended for any English-speaker who wishes to learn limited amounts of everyday Spanish. This course prepares non-Spanish-speaking persons to speak and understand small amounts of general and basic Spanish found in most routine interchanges in daily life. It also provides basic cultural information about Spanish-speaking groups in the hope of informing and educating English speakers about unique aspects of Latino culture.

  2. New Employee Orientation - PD1601 (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 6, 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Municipal Center

    Please arrive at HR office by 8:00 AM. When participants complete this session, they should feel comfortable with their understanding of the culture of the City of Plano and how they fit within that culture. The class will explore the expectations that the City has of its employees and in turn what the employees should expect of their employment experience.

  3. Let's Ideate! Creativity - PD3216 - (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 7, 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM @ Building Inspections Training Room

    • Develop an understanding of creative confidence and its relationship to creativity • Explore design thinking principles • Enhance critical thinking skills by focusing on the key issue and gathering data • Apply design thinking principles to problem solve

  4. Unconscious Bias: The Inclusive Workplace Pt. 2 – MG3802 (City of Plano Employees Only)

    April 7, 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM @ Building Inspections Training Room

    Unconscious Bias: The Inclusive Workplace Pt. 2 You may attend part two by participating in at least three Harvard Implicit tests at https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/takeatest.html even if you did not attend part one. This class will focus on an inclusive workplace, providing a basic foundation of cultural awareness by exploring and explaining the ways diversity and culture impact individuals and their behaviors in the work place. This is a guide for supervisors and managers to better understand the subtle nature of unconscious bias and will strengthen and empower diversity and inclusion for the City. Outcomes: 1. Heighten one's awareness of diversity and inclusion through checking out one’s assumptions both conscious and unconscious. 2. Leading by example; being fair and flexible, and inviting honest feedback and open dialog. 3. Leveraging the skills, knowledge and abilities of all employees to achieve organizational objectives by creating cultural competence and moving b

  5. Community Spanish - PD3901 (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 7, 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM @ Chief William Peterson Emergency Operations Center

    This program is intended for any English-speaker who wishes to learn limited amounts of everyday Spanish. This course prepares non-Spanish-speaking persons to speak and understand small amounts of general and basic Spanish found in most routine interchanges in daily life. It also provides basic cultural information about Spanish-speaking groups in the hope of informing and educating English speakers about unique aspects of Latino culture.

  6. Leadership in the 21st Century - (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 8, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM @ Training Room A

    These courses are only for participants of the Leadership Into the 21st Century Program.

  7. Business Writing II - SD3402 (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 9, 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM @ Building Inspections Training Room

    NOTE: This is an 8 hour course taught in two 4 hour sessions. You must register for both sessions including Business Writing I (SD3401). Students will improve the clarity and professionalism of their work as they examine writing methods and formats: e-mail and e-mail etiquette, memos, letters, notes and documentation, and oral communication etiquette. NOTE: Must have completed Business Writing I (SD3401)

  8. High Performance Teams - SV3709 - (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 9, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM @ Training Room A

    Supervisor Series Create an organization in which people’s hearts are in their work High Performance teams are more than a group of people working together to accomplish a common task. They share a common vision and purpose that inspires their performance. They feel accountable for their work. They solve problems and make decisions and act like full partners in the business. When you attend this program you will learn, from foremost experts in the field, how to create a team environment that results in outstanding performance. What You Will Do: • Gain an understanding of how teams differ from traditional work groups. • Create a team charter that includes a clear statement of the team's purpose, operating guidelines, performance objectives, and an ideal team vision. • Learn good meeting management skills, critique your meeting effectiveness and develop action plans to improve your meetings. • Identify your team's customer requirements and how these guide team performance. • Ana

  9. Community Spanish - PD3901 (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 9, 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM @ Chief William Peterson Emergency Operations Center

    This program is intended for any English-speaker who wishes to learn limited amounts of everyday Spanish. This course prepares non-Spanish-speaking persons to speak and understand small amounts of general and basic Spanish found in most routine interchanges in daily life. It also provides basic cultural information about Spanish-speaking groups in the hope of informing and educating English speakers about unique aspects of Latino culture.

  10. New Employee Orientation - PD1601 (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 13, 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Municipal Center

    Please arrive at HR office by 8:00 AM. When participants complete this session, they should feel comfortable with their understanding of the culture of the City of Plano and how they fit within that culture. The class will explore the expectations that the City has of its employees and in turn what the employees should expect of their employment experience.

  11. Personal Safety - SD3218 - (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 14, 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM @ Training Room A

    Did you know that there are certain attributes criminals look for in their next victims? This course informs you how to avoid dangerous situations and how to be a less-attractive target. Taught by Officer Christopher Bianez in a fun and engaging presentation to increase your personal safety.

  12. Community Spanish - PD3901 (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 14, 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM @ Chief William Peterson Emergency Operations Center

    This program is intended for any English-speaker who wishes to learn limited amounts of everyday Spanish. This course prepares non-Spanish-speaking persons to speak and understand small amounts of general and basic Spanish found in most routine interchanges in daily life. It also provides basic cultural information about Spanish-speaking groups in the hope of informing and educating English speakers about unique aspects of Latino culture.

  13. MS Excel 2010 I-8 Hour - SD3803 (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 15, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Technology Services Training Room

    Excel is spreadsheet software that is part of the Microsoft Office suite of office applications. In this hands-on, introductory course students will learn to create a worksheet and embedded chart; use formulas, functions, formatting and work with large worksheets using what-if analysis and charting. Course Outcomes: The student will be able to: • Start and quit Excel • Enter text and numbers • Select a range • Use AutoSum button • Copy using the fill handle • Change font size • Format in bold • Center across columns • Use AutoFormat command • Chart using the ChartWizard • Save and open a workbook • Edit a worksheet • Use the AutoCalculate area • Use the Excel Help system • Enter formulas • Use functions • Verify formulas • Format text and numbers • Change of width of columns and rows • Spell check • Preview a worksheet • Use the IF function and absolute cell references • Perform what-if analysis • Rotate text • Use the fill handle to create a series • Delete

  14. CONFLICT MEDIATION – PD3407 (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 16, 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM @ Technology Services Training Room

    This is a 40-hour course delivered in five 8-hour sessions. Completion of the 40-hour course results in a certificate for Mediation Dispute Resolution Training in compliance with section 154.052 of Texas Senate Bill No. 1436 and the Published Texas Mediator Trainers Roundtable Criteria. Mediation is a cooperative, interactive, problem-solving, decision-making process involving contending parties and a neutral, impartial, third-party who serves as the mediator. The process goals include isolating disputed issues, developing options, considering alternatives, and reaching a consensual settlement, hence reducing conflict. Contending parties must be willing to work together to find fair solutions. The mediator guides the process, facilitating clear communication, and promoting reconciliation and understanding so the parties can make practical, informed decisions to resolve the issues before them.

  15. Managers Roundtable - MG4415 (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 16, 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM @ Training Room A

    Managers Round Table – MG4413-MG4422 This course series meets once a month for 10 months, with a graduation/luncheon in the eleventh month. The Plano Managers Round Table class will be divided into three sections: 1. EXPERIENCE: Through experiential exercises, that address challenges unique to managers, members will discover how to apply principles of leadership to their job and life. Role-playing, group problem solving, and interactive exercises will drive home a new key indicator each month. (2 hours) 2. DISCUSSION: Members will discuss selected chapters from an award-winning leadership book. Three Books will be provided by 360Solutions and all members are expected to read each of them. Members will be encouraged to share their insights, apply what they learn to their job, and encourage others. (1 hour) 3. ACTION: Each month members will outline at least one specific goal to improve as a leader. They will share this with their “MRT Partner” which will be assigned at the

  16. Community Spanish - PD3901 (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 16, 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM @ Chief William Peterson Emergency Operations Center

    This program is intended for any English-speaker who wishes to learn limited amounts of everyday Spanish. This course prepares non-Spanish-speaking persons to speak and understand small amounts of general and basic Spanish found in most routine interchanges in daily life. It also provides basic cultural information about Spanish-speaking groups in the hope of informing and educating English speakers about unique aspects of Latino culture.

  17. Elder Caregiving Basics: Issues, Resources, and Work/Life Balance - PE3222 (CITY OF EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 17, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Training Room A

    1) Identify medical, legal, financial, independence, and safety issues and challenges of helping older adults as health begins to affect their independencen. 2) Identify local and other resources for help. 3) Learn and practice proven stress management techniques to balance work and caregiving responsibilities.

  18. New Employee Orientation - PD1601 (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 20, 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Municipal Center

    Please arrive at HR office by 8:00 AM. When participants complete this session, they should feel comfortable with their understanding of the culture of the City of Plano and how they fit within that culture. The class will explore the expectations that the City has of its employees and in turn what the employees should expect of their employment experience.

  19. Essentials of Project Planning Pt. 1 - PD3702 (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 21, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM @ Training Room A

    What you need to know to feel confident and to be effective as a project leader! This course is appropriate for all employees, both management and non-management, who are tasked with planning and implementing projects of all kinds and durations. Deadlines get missed. There's no organized system in place to determine what needs to be done. It's not clear how much a project will cost or what resources will be needed. There's not a clear time line of what to expect when. Everything takes longer and doesn't meet expectations when it's done, if it gets done. This course offers tried and true techniques to plan and implement anything you want to get done and keep it on time and on target. This hands-on course deals with the"prep work" that must be accomplished.

  20. MP3 Departmental Tours - EX4527 (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 21, 10:00 AM - 3:30 PM

  21. Community Spanish - PD3901 (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 21, 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM @ Chief William Peterson Emergency Operations Center

    This program is intended for any English-speaker who wishes to learn limited amounts of everyday Spanish. This course prepares non-Spanish-speaking persons to speak and understand small amounts of general and basic Spanish found in most routine interchanges in daily life. It also provides basic cultural information about Spanish-speaking groups in the hope of informing and educating English speakers about unique aspects of Latino culture.

  22. Leadership in the 21st Century - (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 22, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM @ Training Room A

    These courses are only for participants of the Leadership Into the 21st Century Program.

  23. CONFLICT MEDIATION – PD3407 (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 23, 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM @ Technology Services Training Room

    This is a 40-hour course delivered in five 8-hour sessions. Completion of the 40-hour course results in a certificate for Mediation Dispute Resolution Training in compliance with section 154.052 of Texas Senate Bill No. 1436 and the Published Texas Mediator Trainers Roundtable Criteria. Mediation is a cooperative, interactive, problem-solving, decision-making process involving contending parties and a neutral, impartial, third-party who serves as the mediator. The process goals include isolating disputed issues, developing options, considering alternatives, and reaching a consensual settlement, hence reducing conflict. Contending parties must be willing to work together to find fair solutions. The mediator guides the process, facilitating clear communication, and promoting reconciliation and understanding so the parties can make practical, informed decisions to resolve the issues before them.

  24. Property Safety - SD3219 - (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 23, 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM @ Training Room A

    This seminar explains how to safeguard your property at work and home. It tells you how to make your residence more burglar-resistant. Officer Christopher Bianez delivers relevant information in a fund and engaging presentation to increase your property safety.

  25. Community Spanish - PD3901 (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 23, 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM @ Chief William Peterson Emergency Operations Center

    This program is intended for any English-speaker who wishes to learn limited amounts of everyday Spanish. This course prepares non-Spanish-speaking persons to speak and understand small amounts of general and basic Spanish found in most routine interchanges in daily life. It also provides basic cultural information about Spanish-speaking groups in the hope of informing and educating English speakers about unique aspects of Latino culture.

  26. Smith System Driving Course - SD3801 (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 24, 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM @ Chief William Peterson Emergency Operations Center

    Course Overview: This course is taught by a Smith System certified instructor. It is designed to make the student aware of his/her personal driving habits and help them to see the need to correct bad habits. Each driver receives about an hour of individual attention while they are behind the wheel. Students are involved in every phase of the training as they learn why accidents happen and how Smith System’s "5 keys" can be used to avoid them. Designed For: This training is recommended for individuals who wish to develop the best and safest driving habits possible. Prerequisites: A valid driver’s license Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to: • Reduce accident potential. • Change fixed habits of viewing and reacting to the traffic picture. • Reduce anxiety and frustration associated with driving. • Ultimately reduce the cost of their automobile insurance. • Lower vehicle maintenance expenses. • Minimize fuel consumption.

  27. New Employee Orientation - PD1601 (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 27, 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Municipal Center

    Please arrive at HR office by 8:00 AM. When participants complete this session, they should feel comfortable with their understanding of the culture of the City of Plano and how they fit within that culture. The class will explore the expectations that the City has of its employees and in turn what the employees should expect of their employment experience.

  28. Essentials of Project Planning Pt. 2 - PD3703 (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 28, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM @ Training Room A

    What you need to know to feel confident and to be effective as a project leader! This course is appropriate for all employees, both management and non-management, who are tasked with planning and implementing projects of all kinds and durations. Deadlines get missed. There's no organized system in place to determine what needs to be done. It's not clear how much a project will cost or what resources will be needed. There's not a clear time line of what to expect when. Everything takes longer and doesn't meet expectations when it's done, if it gets done. This course offers tried and true techniques to plan and implement anything you want to get done and keep it on time and on target. This hands-on course deals with the"prep work" that must be accomplished.

  29. CONFLICT MEDIATION – PD3407 (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 30, 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM @ Technology Services Training Room

    This is a 40-hour course delivered in five 8-hour sessions. Completion of the 40-hour course results in a certificate for Mediation Dispute Resolution Training in compliance with section 154.052 of Texas Senate Bill No. 1436 and the Published Texas Mediator Trainers Roundtable Criteria. Mediation is a cooperative, interactive, problem-solving, decision-making process involving contending parties and a neutral, impartial, third-party who serves as the mediator. The process goals include isolating disputed issues, developing options, considering alternatives, and reaching a consensual settlement, hence reducing conflict. Contending parties must be willing to work together to find fair solutions. The mediator guides the process, facilitating clear communication, and promoting reconciliation and understanding so the parties can make practical, informed decisions to resolve the issues before them.

  30. Identity Theft, Fraud & Scams - SD3220 - (CITY OF PLANO EMPLOYEES ONLY)

    April 30, 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM @ Training Room A

    The Federal Trade Commission estimates that as many as 9 million Americans have their identities stolen each year. Identity theft occurs when someone uses your personally identifying information, like your name, Social Security number, or credit card number, without your permission, to commit fraud or other crimes. Participants will learn: • How thieves steal your identity • What thieves do with a stolen identity • How you find out if your identity was stolen • What you should do if your identity is stolen • How to help prevent being a victim of identity theft

Library - Davis

  1. BIG WHEELS: Street Trucks

    April 3, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Davis Library

    Get up close to a bucket truck, a backhoe, excavator, and more! Enjoy a story or two and learn about the trucks you see in your neighborhood. Bring your camera! Free All Ages

  2. Super Science: Don't Believe What You See

    April 6, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Davis Library

    We'll trick your eyes as we learn about optical illusions, how the human eye works, and make our own artistic illusions. Free All Ages

  3. Math in Action: Grade 4

    April 7, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Davis Library

    Improve basic math skills in this hands-on program featuring manipulatives and tutoring help. Geared for struggling math students in 2nd, 3rd and 4th grades. Workbooks will be provided. Registration required. Registration opens two weeks prior to session. Free Grade 4

  4. AP Exam Peer Study Sessions

    April 11, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Davis Library

    Face your AP exams with confidence! Meet with other teens for structured peer-to-peer study groups covering a wide variety of AP subjects. Share your notes and get insider info from teens who have already taken the exams, and learn about the library's resources (Tutor.com and LearningExpress Library) that provide FREE AP study materials and practice exams. Free Grades 9-12

  5. Mobile App Development Workshops

    April 12, 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM @ Davis Library

    This introductory 3-hour workshop will be a combination of presentations and hands-on training, and does not require any programming background! Each student will create their own app and leave with the necessary tools to make more complex Android Mobile Apps. Presented in partnership with OASiS Texas & TiE. Participants need to bring their own laptop and charger and are also encouraged to bring an Android device and USB connector. Registration required. Registration opens two weeks prior to session. Free Grades 6-12

  6. Junior Robotics: Smart Spinner

    April 13, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM @ Davis Library

    Learn about gears, rotation and speed as you build and test your own smart spinner! Registration required. Registration opens two weeks prior to session. Free Ages 7-9

  7. Math in Action: Grade 4

    April 14, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Davis Library

    Improve basic math skills in this hands-on program featuring manipulatives and tutoring help. Geared for struggling math students in 2nd, 3rd and 4th grades. Workbooks will be provided. Registration required. Registration opens two weeks prior to session. Free Grade 4

  8. Mystery Book Club

    April 16, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Davis Library

    Read and discuss the featured book. Free Adults

  9. AP Exam Peer Study Sessions

    April 18, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Davis Library

    Face your AP exams with confidence! Meet with other teens for structured peer-to-peer study groups covering a wide variety of AP subjects. Share your notes and get insider info from teens who have already taken the exams, and learn about the library's resources (Tutor.com and LearningExpress Library) that provide FREE AP study materials and practice exams. Free Grades 9-12

  10. Junior Robotics: Smart Spinner

    April 20, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM @ Davis Library

    Learn about gears, rotation and speed as you build and test your own smart spinner! Registration required. Registration opens two weeks prior to session. Free Ages 7-9

  11. Puppet Show: Gunniwolf

    April 21, 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Davis Library

    A little girl who ventures too far into the forest meets the jungle Gunniwolf! Free All Ages

  12. Puppet Show: Gunniwolf

    April 22, 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM @ Davis Library

    A little girl who ventures too far into the forest meets the jungle Gunniwolf! Free All Ages Two shows: 10am & 7pm

  13. AP Exam Peer Study Sessions

    April 25, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Davis Library

    Face your AP exams with confidence! Meet with other teens for structured peer-to-peer study groups covering a wide variety of AP subjects. Share your notes and get insider info from teens who have already taken the exams, and learn about the library's resources (Tutor.com and LearningExpress Library) that provide FREE AP study materials and practice exams. Free Grades 9-12

  14. Superhero Academy

    April 25, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Davis Library

    Do you really love capes? Can you fly through the air like a bird or a plane? Are you a crime-stopping, building-hopping superhero? You're not?! Stop by our Superhero Academy where you'll create your own superhero identity, exercise your mighty muscles, and maybe even help us save the world! Free All Ages

  15. Junior Robotics: Smart Spinner

    April 27, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM @ Davis Library

    Learn about gears, rotation and speed as you build and test your own smart spinner! Registration required. Registration opens two weeks prior to session. Free Ages 7-9

Library - Haggard

  1. App Time

    April 3, 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM @ Haggard Library

    App Time – Enjoy iPads and apps at this new program designed to boost literacy skills in a digital environment. Each session will demonstrate a book app and include free play time with tablets. Learn what makes a good app and how to best engage and experience digital tools with your child. This program is grant-funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Texas State Library and Archives Commission Free Ages 3-6

  2. Family Freestyle Robotics

    April 4, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Haggard Library

    This freestyle session lets you pick which robot you want to build! We will provide WeDo kits for families with younger kids, and EV3 kits for those looking for a challenge! Registration required. Registration opens two weeks prior to session. Free All Ages

  3. What Are You Reading Now Book Club

    April 6, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM @ Haggard Library

    Read and discuss great books you’ve read. Free Adults

  4. Art Attack

    April 6, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Haggard Library

    Read and explore picture books by writer/illustrator Michael Hall and create your own art using his style. Free All Ages

  5. Novel Knitters

    April 6, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Haggard Library

    Bring your project, share knitting tips, or learn to knit. Free Adults

  6. Robotics: Intro to EV3

    April 7, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Haggard Library

    Get hands on with the new EV3 Lego Mindstorms kits with a build session. Registration required. Registration opens two weeks prior to session. Free Ages 13-18

  7. Hola! Bonjour! Hello! Foreign Language Study

    April 8, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Haggard Library

    Prepare for AP oral exams or just brush up on your foreign language conversational skills. Engage in conversation with volunteers who speak Spanish and French. Free Ages 13-18

  8. App Time

    April 10, 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM @ Haggard Library

    App Time – Enjoy iPads and apps at this new program designed to boost literacy skills in a digital environment. Each session will demonstrate a book app and include free play time with tablets. Learn what makes a good app and how to best engage and experience digital tools with your child. This program is grant-funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Texas State Library and Archives Commission Free Ages 3-6

  9. Shoulders of Giants: The Physics of Angry Birds

    April 11, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Haggard Library

    What would Isaac Newton have to say about Angry Birds? Can science make you better at video games? Find out as we learn about force, motion, and energy with real-life Angry Birds! Registration required. Registration opens two weeks prior to session. Free All Ages

  10. Taste of Mah Jong

    April 12, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Haggard Library

    Meet new friends and play Mah Jong! Both American and Chinese sets will be provided, and you are welcome to bring your own set to share. No scoring or gambling! Come-and-go. Free Adults

  11. Robotics: EV3 Sensors

    April 14, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Haggard Library

    Learn about the two new Lego Mindstorms sensors (gyro and color) and see them in action. Registration required. Registration opens two weeks prior to session. Free Ages 13-18

  12. Super Science: Constellations

    April 15, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Haggard Library

    Learn the stories behind different constellations and how to best view the night sky. Make a craft that will bring your favorite constellations into your bedroom at home. Free All Ages

  13. Teen Anime Club

    April 15, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM @ Haggard Library

    Teen Anime Club – Do you watch anime? Read manga? Cosplay at conventions? Whether you are new to the world of Japanese animation or a long-time fan, join us as we watch anime, discuss our favorite characters and series, and create crafts and other fan art together. Free Grades 6-12

  14. App Time

    April 17, 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM @ Haggard Library

    App Time – Enjoy iPads and apps at this new program designed to boost literacy skills in a digital environment. Each session will demonstrate a book app and include free play time with tablets. Learn what makes a good app and how to best engage and experience digital tools with your child. This program is grant-funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Texas State Library and Archives Commission Free Ages 3-6

  15. Shoulders of Giants: Up, Up, and Away

    April 18, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Haggard Library

    For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction! Let kinetic energy take you to new heights as we team up to build and launch water bottle rockets - you'll even get to test your designs in a working wind tunnel! Registration required. Registration opens two weeks prior to session. Free All Ages

  16. Taste of Mah Jong

    April 19, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Haggard Library

    Meet new friends and play Mah Jong! Both American and Chinese sets will be provided, and you are welcome to bring your own set to share. No scoring or gambling! Come-and-go. Free Adults

  17. Novel Knitters

    April 20, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Haggard Library

    Bring your project, share knitting tips, or learn to knit. Free Adults

  18. Puppet Show: Henny Penny

    April 20, 7:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Haggard Library

    A silly chicken thinks the sky is falling and must go tell the king! Free All Ages

  19. Puppet Show: Henny Penny

    April 21, 10:30 AM - 11:00 AM @ Haggard Library

    A silly chicken thinks the sky is falling and must go tell the king! Free All Ages

  20. Bob’s Robot Apocalypse

    April 21, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Haggard Library

    Program an EV3 robot to navigate and survive a dangerous wasteland! Previous EV3 programming classes recommended. Registration required. Registration opens two weeks prior to session. Free Ages 13-18

  21. Puppet Show: Henny Penny

    April 22, 10:30 AM - 11:00 AM @ Haggard Library

    A silly chicken thinks the sky is falling and must go tell the king! Free All Ages

  22. Hola! Bonjour! Hello! Foreign Language Study

    April 22, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Haggard Library

    Prepare for AP oral exams or just brush up on your foreign language conversational skills. Engage in conversation with volunteers who speak Spanish and French. Free Ages 13-18

  23. App Time

    April 24, 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM @ Haggard Library

    App Time – Enjoy iPads and apps at this new program designed to boost literacy skills in a digital environment. Each session will demonstrate a book app and include free play time with tablets. Learn what makes a good app and how to best engage and experience digital tools with your child. This program is grant-funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Texas State Library and Archives Commission Free Ages 3-6

  24. Shoulders of Giants: Energy in Motion

    April 25, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Haggard Library

    Have you ever wondered how a wind turbine works? Learn how to harness the forces of nature as we explore the relationship between work, energy, and power! Registration required. Registration opens two weeks prior to session. Free All Ages

  25. Taste of Mah Jong

    April 26, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Haggard Library

    Meet new friends and play Mah Jong! Both American and Chinese sets will be provided, and you are welcome to bring your own set to share. No scoring or gambling! Come-and-go. Free Adults

  26. Illustrator 101

    April 28, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Haggard Library

    Learn how to use Illustrator to create scalable vector graphics and designs. Registration required. Registration opens two weeks prior to session. Free Ages 13-18

  27. International Children’s Book Day

    April 30, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM @ Haggard Library

    Celebrate International Children’s Book day and inspire a love of reading in all languages! Listen to books read in various languages and create a cultural themed craft. Learn about our online language program (Mango) and explore our world language collection for kids in this come and go event for young audiences. Free All Ages

Library - Harrington

  1. Family Robotics: Ferris Wheel

    April 3, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Harrington Library

    Use your math and engineering skills to build a Ferris wheel that rotates and stops for passengers! Registration required. Registration opens two weeks prior to session. Free All Ages

  2. Puppet Show: Snog the Frog

    April 6, 10:30 AM - 11:00 AM @ Harrington Library

    A frog who is in search of a birthday kiss! Free All Ages

  3. Plano Bibliovores Book Club

    April 7, 4:45 PM - 5:45 PM @ Harrington Library

    Read and discuss the featured book Not a Drop to Drink by Mindy McGinnis. Free Ages 13-18

  4. Math Tutoring

    April 7, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Harrington Library

    Free tutoring help is available every week at the library. Tutoring is for students struggling to maintain grade-level math, not those in advanced or honors classes. All materials will be provided, but students are encouraged to bring any unfinished math homework with them. Tutoring is provided by volunteers. Registration required Continues for students enrolled in fall 2014. No meetings March 10 or 12. Free Grades 1-12

  5. Math Tutoring

    April 14, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Harrington Library

    Free tutoring help is available every week at the library. Tutoring is for students struggling to maintain grade-level math, not those in advanced or honors classes. All materials will be provided, but students are encouraged to bring any unfinished math homework with them. Tutoring is provided by volunteers. Registration required Continues for students enrolled in fall 2014. No meetings March 10 or 12. Free Grades 1-12

  6. El día de los niños/Day of the Child

    April 18, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Harrington Library

    Celebrate Latino Arts & Culture with activities for the entire family! • 2pm - Bilingual Storyteller Solina Marquis - be part of the story as she weaves lively tales in English and Spanish of tricksters, sillies, and wise guys from the borderlands and beyond • 3pm - México 2000 Ballet Folklórico presents Fiestas de México, where attendees will actively participate, play rhythms with hands and feet, and learn a dance from Mexico • 4pm - Native Mexican Crafts Free All Ages

  7. Plano Bibliovores Book Club

    April 21, 4:45 PM - 5:45 PM @ Harrington Library

    Read and discuss the featured book Paper Towns by John Green. Free Ages 13-18

  8. Math Tutoring

    April 21, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Harrington Library

    Free tutoring help is available every week at the library. Tutoring is for students struggling to maintain grade-level math, not those in advanced or honors classes. All materials will be provided, but students are encouraged to bring any unfinished math homework with them. Tutoring is provided by volunteers. Registration required Continues for students enrolled in fall 2014. No meetings March 10 or 12. Free Grades 1-12

  9. Earth-Kind Gardening

    April 23, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Harrington Library

    Learn research-proven techniques and combine the best of organic and traditional gardening and landscaping principles to create a horticultural system based on real-world effectiveness and environmental responsibility. Presented by Collin County Master Gardeners. Registration required. Free Adults

  10. Junior Robotics: Smart Spinner

    April 25, 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM @ Harrington Library

    Learn about gears, rotation and speed as you build and test your own smart spinner Registration required. Registration opens two weeks prior to session. Free Ages 7-9

  11. Math Tutoring

    April 28, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Harrington Library

    Free tutoring help is available every week at the library. Tutoring is for students struggling to maintain grade-level math, not those in advanced or honors classes. All materials will be provided, but students are encouraged to bring any unfinished math homework with them. Tutoring is provided by volunteers. Registration required Continues for students enrolled in fall 2014. No meetings March 10 or 12. Free Grades 1-12

  12. Read! Build! Play!

    April 29, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Harrington Library

    Bringing play to storytime with LEGO Duplo bricks. Free Ages 0-5

Library - Parr

  1. Camtasia 101

    April 1, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Parr Library

    Learn how to record your onscreen activity, audio, and web cam video, and narrate existing PowerPoint presentations using Camtasia. Free Ages 13+

  2. Playdate Hour

    April 6, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Parr Library

    Conversation for the grown-ups, toys and play for the kids! Food and drink are welcome. Free Ages 18-36 mos

  3. Puppet Show: Little Red Hen

    April 7, 7:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Parr Library

    Three little pigs try to build sturdy houses to keep out a hungry wolf! Free All Ages

  4. Wine Cork Pendants

    April 8, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Parr Library

    Cool crafts for grown ups: as seen on Pinterest Learn new skills, meet new friends, and share your love of crafts. More details at http://www.pinterest.com/ppls/library-crafts. Free Adults

  5. The Write Stuff

    April 9, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Parr Library

    The Write Stuff – Interested in creative writing? Join other adults to share critiques, exchange ideas, and support each other in your creative endeavors. Both published and aspiring authors in all genres are welcome. Free Adults

  6. Puppet Show: Little Red Hen

    April 10, 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Parr Library

    Three little pigs try to build sturdy houses to keep out a hungry wolf! Free All Ages

  7. Made with Code Projects

    April 11, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Parr Library

    Introducing coding skills to a new generation, Google has assembled an interesting collection of projects at www.madewithcode.com which will be worked on in class. Mentors will help you complete as many projects as possible; one of which is to design a simple bracelet which will be produced by Google’s partner and sent to your home for free! Registration required. Registration opens two weeks prior to session. Free Grade 2 and up

  8. Playdate Hour

    April 13, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Parr Library

    Conversation for the grown-ups, toys and play for the kids! Food and drink are welcome. Free Ages 18-36 mos

  9. SAT Practice Test and Tutorial

    April 18, 10:30 AM - 3:30 PM @ Parr Library

    Take an actual SAT test and find out right away how you can improve. The test is followed by a 1-hour tutorial and runs through lunchtime. Bring snacks and a bottle of water with you! Presented by More Than a Teacher. Registration required. Registration opens two weeks prior to session. Free Grades 9-12

  10. Playdate Hour

    April 20, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Parr Library

    Conversation for the grown-ups, toys and play for the kids! Food and drink are welcome. Free Ages 18-36 mos

  11. Growing Things!

    April 22, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Parr Library

    Come to Coyote Creek Park and celebrate Earth Day by planting a seed and hearing stories about growing things. In case of inclement weather, the event will take place in the library. Free All Ages

  12. Brown Bag Book Club

    April 23, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM @ Parr Library

    Read and discuss the featured book. Free Adults

  13. Playdate Hour

    April 27, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Parr Library

    Conversation for the grown-ups, toys and play for the kids! Food and drink are welcome. Free Ages 18-36 mos

Library - Schimelpfenig

  1. Math Tutoring

    April 2, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Schimelpfenig Library

    Free tutoring help is available every week at the library. Tutoring is for students struggling to maintain grade-level math, not those in advanced or honors classes. All materials will be provided, but students are encouraged to bring any unfinished math homework with them. Tutoring is provided by volunteers. Continues for students enrolled in fall 2014 and new students may register in person at the library starting January 2. No meetings March 10 or 12. Free Grades 1-12

  2. All About Bugs

    April 6, 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM @ Schimelpfenig Library

    Observe preserved bug specimens, create your own bug, do puzzles and other activities related to bugs! Come and go. Free All Ages

  3. Math in Action: Grades 4

    April 6, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Schimelpfenig Library

    Improve basic math skills in this hands-on program featuring manipulatives and tutoring help. Geared for struggling math students in 2nd, 3rd and 4th grades. Workbooks will be provided. This program is grant-funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. Registration required. Registration opens two weeks prior to session. Free Grade 4

  4. Paper Gift Boxes

    April 7, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Schimelpfenig Library

    Cool crafts for grown ups: as seen on Pinterest Learn new skills, meet new friends, and share your love of crafts. More details at http://www.pinterest.com/ppls/library-crafts. Free Adults

  5. Math Tutoring

    April 9, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Schimelpfenig Library

    Free tutoring help is available every week at the library. Tutoring is for students struggling to maintain grade-level math, not those in advanced or honors classes. All materials will be provided, but students are encouraged to bring any unfinished math homework with them. Tutoring is provided by volunteers. Continues for students enrolled in fall 2014 and new students may register in person at the library starting January 2. No meetings March 10 or 12. Free Grades 1-12

  6. Math in Action: Grades 4

    April 13, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Schimelpfenig Library

    Improve basic math skills in this hands-on program featuring manipulatives and tutoring help. Geared for struggling math students in 2nd, 3rd and 4th grades. Workbooks will be provided. This program is grant-funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. Registration required. Registration opens two weeks prior to session. Free Grade 4

  7. Second Tuesday Book Club

    April 14, 7:15 PM - 8:30 PM @ Schimelpfenig Library

    Read and discuss the featured book. Free Adults

  8. Math Tutoring

    April 16, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Schimelpfenig Library

    Free tutoring help is available every week at the library. Tutoring is for students struggling to maintain grade-level math, not those in advanced or honors classes. All materials will be provided, but students are encouraged to bring any unfinished math homework with them. Tutoring is provided by volunteers. Continues for students enrolled in fall 2014 and new students may register in person at the library starting January 2. No meetings March 10 or 12. Free Grades 1-12

  9. Hindi-English Bilingual Storytime

    April 20, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Schimelpfenig Library

    Enjoy stories from India and beyond. We will feature rhymes and songs in Hindi, learn some Hindi vocabulary and make a related craft. Free All Ages

  10. Smart Money: Get Your Financial Life in Order

    April 21, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Schimelpfenig Library

    Get your financial house in order from cleaning up your debt to preparing your will. Discover what Dave Ramsey, Mary Hunt, and Jean Chatzky recommend for getting out of debt. Then, local attorney Beverly Burk will discuss what happens to debt when you die and how to prepare a smart exit plan. Free Adults

  11. Math Tutoring

    April 23, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Schimelpfenig Library

    Free tutoring help is available every week at the library. Tutoring is for students struggling to maintain grade-level math, not those in advanced or honors classes. All materials will be provided, but students are encouraged to bring any unfinished math homework with them. Tutoring is provided by volunteers. Continues for students enrolled in fall 2014 and new students may register in person at the library starting January 2. No meetings March 10 or 12. Free Grades 1-12

  12. Tales on the Trail

    April 24, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Schimelpfenig Library

    Meet on the Chisholm Trail across the street from the library to take a walk, listen to a story, and explore how our underground tiny gardeners (earthworms) and our overhead towering giants (trees) work together in the forest. Help us harvest worms, build them a new habitat, and feed our tree friends with compost. Presented in partnership with Plano Environmental Education and Sustainability. Free All Ages

  13. Hindi-English Bilingual Storytime

    April 27, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Schimelpfenig Library

    Enjoy stories from India and beyond. We will feature rhymes and songs in Hindi, learn some Hindi vocabulary and make a related craft. Free All Ages

  14. Job Search Seminar

    April 28, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Schimelpfenig Library

    Get tips on creating your resume and preparing for a successful interview. Learn about our online Job Center that can help you research businesses, find a job online, improve your e-skills, and more! Free Adults

  15. Math Tutoring

    April 30, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Schimelpfenig Library

    Free tutoring help is available every week at the library. Tutoring is for students struggling to maintain grade-level math, not those in advanced or honors classes. All materials will be provided, but students are encouraged to bring any unfinished math homework with them. Tutoring is provided by volunteers. Continues for students enrolled in fall 2014 and new students may register in person at the library starting January 2. No meetings March 10 or 12. Free Grades 1-12

Library Genealogy

  1. Start Something New - Genealogy 101

    April 16, 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM @ Haggard Library

    How to get started in locating your ancestors. Free Adults

  2. Genealogy: Legacy Research

    April 28, 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM @ Genealogy Center

    Join the Legacy Users Group for information sharing, research tips, webinars, and one-on-one help. Free Adults

Multicultural Outreach Roundtable

  1. Multicultural Outreach Roundtable

    April 14, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Training Room A

Parks and Recreation

  1. Aquatic Egg Hunt

    April 4, 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ Plano Aquatic Center

    Hop on over to the swimming pool for a one of a kind hunt on Saturday, April 4 at the Plano Aquatic Center, 2301 Westside Drive. The Easter Bunny and PAR D. Duck will be laying eggs in the water for your child to collect. Participants should be comfortable unassisted in the water. Please bring a container to store your eggs. Ages 3-6 will hunt in the shallow areas of the pool while ages 7-10 will hunt in deep sections. Participants can stay and swim after the event is over. Pre-registration is required. (Ages 3-4 -course #167369; ages 5-6 – course #167370; ages 7-8 – course #167371 and ages 9-10 – course #167372)

  2. Outdoor Women's Leadership Society - O.W.L.S. (18 years and up)

    April 8, 6:00 PM - June 3, 8:00 PM @ Oak Point Park Pavilion
    5901 Los Rios Blvd
    Plano, TX 75074

    O.W.L.S. come together to grow, learn, and explore the outdoors through biweekly experiential workshops and activities. Gain outdoor skills, increased self confidence, and lasting friendships in this women's only outdoor group. This session we will hone our camping, navigation, hiking, and outdoor cooking skills. Get ready ladies, because we will utilize these skills during our end of session trip; we will have 6 meetings to prepare. Meeting dates are: 4/8, 4/22, 5/6, 5/20 and 6/3, with the end of session trip to Cedar Hill State Park being 6/5-6/7. All transportation, camping equipment, food, park entrance and camping fees are included.

Plano Centre Public Events

  1. Just Between Friends Children's & Maternity Consignment Sale

    March 30 - April 2 @ Plano Centre

    Just Between Friends is a twice-a-year sale of Children's and Maternity items that are consigned by families in the community. Sales are held in Plano in the fall and spring--just about the time a mom needs to clean out her children's closets and outfit them for the upcoming season. And large portions of the unsold items go to a charity that helps families in need; it's a Win-Win-Win!

  2. Texas Christian Home School Prom Dance Lessons

    April 2, 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ 2000 E. Spring Creek Pkwy

    Attending dance lessons is the single most important thing you can do to make your prom experience even more incredible! Dance lessons are fun, casual events where you can learn many of the dance steps you'll use at prom. The lessons are not at all intimidating - everyone is learning, and the atmosphere is safe and accepting. We highly recommend you attend as many as possible. Many lasting friendships have begun at prom dance lessons. You'll be amazed at how confident you feel on the prom dance floor after you have attended dance lessons!

  3. Hasda Punjab Vaisakhi Mela 2015

    April 4, 3:00 PM - 11:30 PM @ Plano Centre

    Live performances by professional artists.

  4. Trinkets to Treasures Resale

    April 11, 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ 2000 E. Spring Creek Pkwy.

    The Junior League of Collin County's Trinkets to Treasures is Collin County's largest rummage sale. Shop for gently used furniture, computer equipment, children's items, clothing, home decor, workout equipment and more!

  5. Choice Career Fair

    April 30, 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ Plano Centre

    You'll meet face-to-face with hiring decision-makers from some of the areas top employers. Dress professionally and bring plenty of resumes, because they're here to hire. Walk in and start interviewing, it's that simple. Save time, money and effort interviewing with multiple companies in one day at one location. Many of these companies have several openings and are eager to meet with you. You're no longer just a piece of paper. Attend the career fair and get in front of decision makers.