Local Briefs

Voice Your Opinion
Flower Mound is seeking input to determine the restaurants and retailers you would like to see come to town. The survey is available at www.flower-mound.com/survey through Sept. 13. Residents can also stop by Town Hall, 2121 Cross Timbers Rd., to pick up or drop-off their survey.

Gears and Grub
The Highland Village Business Association and the Highland Village Police Department have partnered to host Gears & Grub at The Shops of Highland Village on Oct. 12 benefiting the Texas Chiefs of Police Fallen Officer Fund. Gears and Grub includes the 6th Annual Fallen Heroes Bike Race, a 1k/5k run, children’s activities, live music and food. 972-317-5558

Date Night App
Grab your honey and make plans for a special weekend with the help of Date Night North Texas, a new communitywide initiative to encourage couples to invest in their most-valued relationship. Download the free date night mobile app at datenightnorthtexas.com for discounts on dining, activities and childcare and a special “Get Your Date Night On!” weekend Sept. 20-22 with bonus deals available that weekend.

History Lesson
Flower Mound residents Alton Bowman and Mark Glover will provide a historical overview of Flower Mound’s colorful history and rich heritage at the Flower Mound Public Library on Sept. 21 at 2pm. The presentation commemorates the 30th anniversary acquisition of The Flower Mound wildflower area and the creation of The Flower Mound Foundation. Call 972-874-6165 to register.

Run For Their Freedom
Bring freedom and hope to victims of human trafficking by participating in the 2nd Annual Run for Freedom 5K and Kids Super Hero Treasure Run on Sept. 28 at Shadow Ridge Middle School in Flower Mound. Register at youcanfree.us/run or call 940-725-3200.

Banquet Aids Waterfowl
The Lake Lewisville Chapter of Ducks Unlimited, the world’s largest and most effective wetland and waterfowl conservation organization, will hold its banquet on Sept. 12 at Celebrations Event Center in Highland Village. The event will include live and silent auctions and a raffle. 940-783-7186 or 214-908-5563


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