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The Heritage Association of Frisco is dedicated, as a committed partner with Frisco's Heritage Museum and Center, to saving the history of one of the fastest growing cities in Texas and the nation and sharing it with our residents and visitors.  As you browse this site, you’ll learn the variety of ways in which our dynamic organization meets this challenge, with activities and events you and your family may enjoy.  We also hope you consider how you might fit in with our efforts, whether it is through participation in our events, through monetary donations, through Heritage Association membership, through our volunteer opportunities, or through any combination of those.  Welcome to our site!

Former Mayor Bob Warren's Book is Now Available Online!!

Many Frisco residents enjoyed our book signing reception in April for Frisco native and former Mayor Bob Warren's new Heritage Association Anniversary edition of his book Now and Then, Musings and Anecdotes about Life in Frisco, Texas.

If you would like to have your own copy of Mr. Warren's new book, your may order it online by clicking HERE.  For a 10% discount in the month of June on the book, use Coupon Code NowThen10 .

 

Events in June

Please join us for our upcoming events in June:

  • Third Sunday Open House at Heritage Center, "Fathers and Families in Frisco," Sunday, June 16th, 1:00 - 4:00 pm
  • Community Spotlight Series, "Women's Suffrage Movement in North Texas," Thursday, June 27th, 7:00 - 8:30 pm

See our Events pages (Third Sunday and Special Events) for more information about these, and remember they are for all ages and are free.  See you there!

May was a busy month for the Heritage Association

   

Heritage board member Donna Anderson designed our table for the Frisco Garden Club Annual Wildflower Luncheon, and several attended.

 

The Heritage Association of Frisco provided two scholarships to deserving Frisco seniors at the Frisco Education Foundation Scholarship night, and board members Donna Schmittler and Sandy Simpson were on hand to help congratulate the recipients.  Anjali Shashidhar, of Independence High, received the Heritage Association Scholarship in honor of Jane Whitledge, and Patrick Wang, of Reedy High, received the Heritage Association Scholarship in memory of Vivian McCallum.

Our newest historical marker, about the lost town of Erudia, was unveiled at Cobb Hill Pocket Park by Texas Health.

We had over 120 people attend Third Sunday Open House, and volunteers John Rogers and Barbara Bible were photographed with our old John Deere Model B tractor on display that day.

Our monthly membership meeting featured Julie Anderson, one of 15 Agriculture Science teachers in Frisco and the FFA Advisor at Liberty High School.