Glad you are here!

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!

Love Our Volunteers

The Heritage Association of Frisco has no paid staff, officers or members; so, we depend on our volunteers to assist in all that we do. In a recent reception, the city recognized one of our volunteers, Diana Kyle for the tremendous work she has done for us this past year.  Of course, she has not slowed down, and still heads up our researching and preservation efforts.  Thank you Diana!!

Events in May Focus on Frisco's Connection to Agriculture

Please join us for our upcoming events in May:

  • Third Sunday Open House at Heritage Center, "Farming in Frisco," Sunday, May 19th, 1:00 - 4:00 pm
  • Last Thursday Meeting and Presentation, "Growing Frisco," Thursday, May 30th, 7:00 - 8:30 pm

See our Events page for more information about those, and remember they are for all ages and are free.  See you there!

Mr. Warren's New Book a Hit!!

Saturday, April 20th, many Frisco residents enjoyed our book signing reception at Classique Jewelers 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.




Our Most Recent 'Saturday at the Museum' Presentation

Our April 6, 2019 Saturday at the Museum presentation, "Forgotten Frisco: ZuZu Bollin, Legendary Texas Bluesman," was a tremendous success.  Our speakers Brett Adams and Aaron Watson did a fantastic job and entertained all who were present.  Over 80 people attended, including a large group of family and friends of Mr. ZuZu Bollin.

View a video of the presentation here, thanks very much to the Heritage Museum>>  April 6 2019 Saturday at the Museum

The related exhibits about ZuZu Bollin and Mississippi Blues music ("Cast of Blues") can be seen at the Frisco Heritage Museum through May 2019.