Plano welcomes special guest

November 19, 2017 by  

A special visitor has arrived in Plano, and both the young and the young at heart are welcome to come and spend some time with him.

Santa is at The Shops at [Read more]

Plano making plans to celebrate winter holiday season

November 16, 2017 by  

A family friendly event that will bring a taste of writer Charles Dickens to Texas will be coming to Plano, and everyone is welcome to join in the excitement of the day.

The city will once again be [Read more]

Plano workshop to explore human resources management

October 19, 2017 by  

Human resource management has taken on a bigger, and often more diverse, role in many companies, and anyone who would like to expand their skillset in this area may wish to [Read more]

Weekend for book lovers planned near Plano

October 19, 2017 by  

Plano literature fans will soon be heading to the nearby community of Allen to participate in an event that will bring readers together with some up and coming authors from the [Read more]

Plano workshop to explore the legal aspects of starting a small business

September 16, 2017 by  

Starting a small business can be a real leap of faith, and a workshop will soon be offered in Plano that can help to demystify the legal aspects of doing so.

Traveland Law’s Terry Traveland will be [Read more]

Plano event to explain the financial aid application process

September 16, 2017 by  

The 2018 to 2019 academic year is on the way, and an information session planned for the Plano community will give youth and parents alike more information about options for funding their post-secondary education.

Collin College’s Financial Aid Office will be hosting a financial aid presentation, and it will cover a variety of topics. They will be giving an overview of the jargon and other terminology often used during the application process, how future students can get it started, and also what sorts of scholarships are available for those who qualify.

While the session will be taking place at Collins College, it is open to anyone who is interested, no matter where they will be going to school. There will also be time to ask questions and have them answered, and to network with other parents or caregivers, as well as for students to network with one another. A local printer can use booklet printing techniques to craft information materials for distribution during this type of event.

The information sharing event has been planned for the evening of October 2, and it will be held in the Spring Creek Campus of Collin College. It is free to participate, and more information about the event, as well as the application process for student aid, can be found on the institution’s website.

Public invited to attend Plano estate-planning workshop

August 4, 2017 by  

Estate planning can be an important task for families and individuals alike, and during a workshop that will be held in Plano, those who take part will learn more about these legal documents.

Estate Planning 101 will cover an [Read more]

Plano event to showcase all things Ethiopian

August 4, 2017 by  

Ethiopia is a country with a history that goes back many centuries, and Plano will soon be hosting an event that will showcase its rich traditions, food, and culture.

Taste of Ethiopia and Ethiopia Day, both of [Read more]

Plano residents invited to sharpen their knife skills

July 7, 2017 by  

August is harvest time in Plano, and Cutco Kitchens will be hosting an event that will help people from the local area learn how to make the most of the season’s bounty.

During the From Root to Stalk kitchen party, which is [Read more]

Plano event to help feed the hungry

July 7, 2017 by  

Each year, Minnie’s Food Pantry helps to ensure that everyone is the community has food on the table and in the cupboard, and a Plano event has been planned to help fund its efforts.

The Hilton Dallas/Plano Granite Park will [Read more]

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