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Free fun for all ages! Kids crafts and games, entertainment, live animals, working blacksmiths, and docent-guided tours. All historic buildings are open to the public free of charge (does not include the museum).

Held on the third Sunday of each month (except June), from 1 – 4 pm.

Be sure to scroll through to see what’s been going on and what’s coming up.

Kids making birthday cards Mayor Maso Pardons a Thanksgiving Turkey Boy watching square dancers Boy with Spiderman facepaint Blacksmiths using Gabys Forge School Marm Talking

Third Sunday January 2017, For the BirdsJanuary 15, 2017

“For the Birds”

Just in time to help our feathered friends make it through the winter, kids can make a birdseed craft to take home and hang on a tree. All historic structures will be open for guided tours and the blacksmiths will be working at the forge.

Frisco's 115th Birthday CelebrationFEBRUARY 19, 2017

Happy 115th Birthday Frisco!

It’s a party at Third Sunday Open House! Celebrate our city’s 115th birthday at the Heritage Center. Mayor Maso will blow the whistle on Steam Engine No. 19 at 2:00 o’clock and cake will be served in the Depot. Activities include historic home tours, kids games and crafts, Live Animal Show & Tell, and music in the chapel.

The Heritage Museum will be open free of charge.

Third Sunday March 2017March 19, 2017

March Madness!

Spend a fun afternoon at the Heritage Center where kids can visit with Peter Cottontail and see live animals from Grisham Farms including Penny the Pig. See a live demonstration of the Heritage Museum’s printing press, and celebrate Texas’ Independence with a game of Texas Bingo. Historic buildings will be open for tours and the blacksmiths will be working at the Gaby Blacksmith forge.

April, 2017

Third Sunday Open House in April is canceled due to the Easter Holiday.

Third Sunday May, 2017May 21, 2017

Spring Roundup

Lots of kid’s activities are planned for our Spring Roundup. Make a pipe cleaner branding iron, rope a hay-bale steer, and have your picture taken on a real western saddle (horse not included). Visit the log cabin where kids can experience daily life as they perform chores such as sweeping, churning, and clothes washing on a washboard. Enjoy musical entertainment, tour historic buildings, and watch the blacksmiths working in the old Gaby Blacksmith Shop. And, don’t miss the Swinging Stars Square Dance Club demonstrations in the Depot, 2-3 p.m. You can bet your boots it’ll be fun for all ages!

Third Sunday, June 18, 2017June 18, 2017

Dad’s Toolbox – Now & Then

Treat Dad to a special Father’s Day event at the Frisco Heritage Center where he’ll receive a free membership to the Heritage Association of Frisco just for visiting. He can browse a vintage tool display, watch blacksmith demonstrations at the old forge, and cool off with ice cream on the Muse House front porch. You can even take his picture through the calaboose (jail) window bars. Games and craft activities are planned for kids. This is free family fun!

July 16, 2017

Summer Fun & Safety

Introducing the Critter Café, a nonprofit organization designed to bring local businesses, animal rescue groups, and the community together. Stephanie Grisham of Grisham Farms Connections invites you to come for snacks and hang out with the animals.

Other activities include kid’s games and activities, and a safety information table hosted by the Frisco Police Department. Meet members of the Preston Ridge Chapter of the National Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), watch blacksmiths at the Gaby forge, and tour historic buildings.

August 2017 Third Sunday FlyerAugust 20, 2017

Back to School

Celebrate the beginning of the school year with kid’s crafts and games at our August Open House. Balloon art in the Depot from 1:30 to 2:30, and a special violin concert by Gayane Pogosyan in the Old Lebanon Chapel at 2:15. Working blacksmiths and docent guided tours of historic buildings are conducted all afternoon.

The Critter Café will return this month, along with show-and-tell animals from Grisham Farms. They will be in the Muse House from 1-3 p.m.