Local National Night Out events to be held Tuesday

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Local towns in southern Denton County are planning National Night Out events Tuesday night.

Each year, about 38 million Americans participate in National Night Out, a cohesive effort to promote crime prevention, police-community partnerships and neighborhood unity, according to a news release from the town of Flower Mound. Neighborhoods in large and small communities in southern Denton County get together with their local police officers each year and are planning for this year’s NNO.

Argyle

Argyle’s NNO event is scheduled for 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Unity Park, 135 Crawford Road. There will be a rock climbing wall and bounce house, obstacle course, face painting, balloon artist, hayride and food from Earl’s Pizza, Bumbershoot BBQ, Fuzzy’s and Snappy Snow. Event goers can see an air ambulance, police K-9 demonstration, fire trucks, police cars and other emergency equipment.

Bartonville/Lantana

Bartonville’s NNO event is scheduled for 6-8 p.m. Tuesday at Lantana Community Church, 2200 East Heter Road.

Flower Mound

Neighborhoods will throwing block parties Tuesday night.

State Rep. Tan Parker takes a photo at National Night Out in 2017 in Canyon Falls with Northlake police officers and Flower Mound police officer Justin Buck.

Highland Village

Starting at 5 p.m. at Doubletree Ranch Park, 310 Highland Village Road, Highland Village’s NNO event will offer free barbecue sandwiches, a Corn Hole tournament to benefit the police department’s Fallen Officer Fund, a bike obstacle course, games, face painting and more.

Northlake

Neighborhoods will throwing block parties Tuesday night.

Roanoke

Neighborhoods will throwing block parties Tuesday night.

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Mark Smith

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