Meetings are held in the Frisco Heritage Museum Second Floor Theater from 7-8:30 PM
January 31, 2017
Southern Women, Southern Quilts – The Patterns of Their Lives.
Judy Isbell will present a fascinating look at how quilting impacted the lives of women. Ms. Isbell grew up in Frisco and is considered an expert on local history, especially in the area of historic homes. An entertaining speaker, she will use several quilts on display in the museum to illustrate her presentation.
Following are meeting dates for the remainder of 2017. Details on presentation topics and speakers will be added, as they are known.
February 28, 2017
“Building a Foundation” – How the Heritage Center & Museum Was Built
Mike Simpson, former Frisco Mayor will be our guest speaker. His topic is “Building the Foundation” and will cover many subjects that include major growth in Frisco during his years as mayor including how most all of our current municipal buildings were built and the creation of the Heritage Center and Museum. The former Mayor will speak to how the citizens of Frisco supported these projects with approval of major bond issues and how the concept of the Heritage Center lead to what we have today. Mr. Simpson was a City Council Member from 2000-2002 and Mayor from 2002-2006.
March 28, 2017
“I Got No Reason to Lie!”
If you think maybe John Wayne really fought in the Alamo, then come for an evening of tidbits of neglected Texas history and Catherine Fowler will fix some of those flaws in your education. She’ll take us back to the days when Texas was so wild that “not even the law of gravity was obeyed!” Get ready to explore some unsolved Texas mysteries, and hear a trove of little-known “stuff” about eerie events and curious capers in our beloved Lone Star state. Don’t miss this exciting and highly entertaining presentation by Catherine who serves as the “school marm” in the Heritage Center’s one-room schoolhouse on Third Sundays.