Here are five things to do in Frisco during the week of September 12th.

Let us discuss art.
Learn more about the Visual Arts Guild of Frisco at the Frisco Arts Foundation Happy Hour on September 14 from 5:30-7 p.m. at Sushi Marquee (3625 The Star Blvd).

Attendees will learn more about the Visual Arts Guild of Frisco and how they can help the local arts community. Guests will be able to enjoy complimentary snacks as well as a cash bar. The charity will provide a drink to the first 50 people who come.

There is no formal RSVP required for this event, which is open to the public.

Go live on the grass.
On September 16, the Frisco Parks and Recreation Department will offer a free performance in the park at Simpson Plaza (6101 Frisco Square Blvd.) from 6-10:30 p.m. Cody Canada & the Departed will perform, and attendees are encouraged to bring blankets, chairs, and coolers for a night of live music.

In style, tour the Rail District.
Melody of Hope’s next Music on Main performance is on September 17.

Every third Saturday of the month, Frisco’s downtown Rail District will have seven blocks of live music, with over a dozen musicians spread out around the region. The event is free and family-friendly, although performers are encouraged to accept tips.

Free microchipping for your pet
On September 17, the Emergency Animal Hospital of Collin County and Mutts & Mayhem Emergency Search and Rescue will offer a free microchipping event from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend. Attendees must get in line by 2:30 p.m., and the event will take place only while 300 microchips are available. Food trucks and live entertainment will be available during the event.

Each animal must be accompanied by a valid government-issued picture ID and evidence of Rabies immunisation. The names on the rabies certificate must match the names on the picture ID.

It is not necessary to get a Rabies certificate to scan or register an existing microchip.

A maximum of four animals are permitted per household. The event is just for dogs and cats. Dogs should be leashed, while cats and puppies should be in a carrier.

For further information or to ask inquiries, email
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra visits Frisco.
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra will perform at Stonebriar Community Church on September 18 at 6 p.m.

The orchestra will perform “What Keeps Me Awake” by DSO Composer-in-Residence Angélica Negrón, Rachmaninoff’s “Raphsody on a Theme of Paganini” with piano soloist Olga Kern, and Holst’s “The Planets” under the baton of major guest conductor Gemma New.

The ‘Lightmare Before Christmas’ is returning to Frisco, along with new, interactive activities to add to the Halloween fantasy.

FRISCO, Texas (12 September 2022) — Lights’n Frights Frisco, Texas’ ultimate Halloween adventure, where ghouls glow, spirits sparkle, and things go “bump” in the light, is returning for a 2022 Halloween season October 1-31 at Frisco’s Riders Field. Peerless Production Group creates Radiance! & Frozen in Frisco, a beautiful light show and winter carnival experience that will also take place at Riders Field from November 18 to December 31.

Frights’n Lights Frisco is bridging the gap between conventional pumpkin patches and terrifying haunted homes by delivering innovative activities to keep your gang of ghouls thrilled for hours. Crystal Lake Black Light Axe Throwing, a brand-new feature, will put your axe-throwing talents to the test – but be warned: the locals of Crystal Lake don’t take strangers well! The Click or Treat Photo Pop-up is also new for ’22, with terrifying photo opps intended to make your feed pop.