How to cope with day-to-day life after losing a loved one is the goal of the four-part Seasons of the Heart” grief workshop being hosted by Home Hospice of Grayson, Cooke and Fannin Counties. The workshop will run from 5 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. on June 9, 16, 23 and 30 at the Home Hospice office, 505 West Center Street in Sherman. It will be free and open to the public.
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CHICAGO — When Lori Feeney’s 7-year-old daughter, Allison, suffered a minor asthma attack while playing soccer, the mother knew her attempts at managing her daughter’s seasonal allergies weren’t working. In fact, she didn’t even know her daughter had asthma.
The cheers of hundreds of third and fourth grade students from Denison Independent School District echoed in Munson Stadium Tuesday afternoon as all five elementary schools competed in “Play Day.” Twenty elementary classes participated in a “mega relay” and several running events.
VAN ALSTYNE — Imagine a room set apart from the rest of the world. A bright, airy space with blank canvases, worn brushes, colorful posters and books filled with familiar characters. To many creative minds, this space would be paradise. To Van Alstyne artist Ron Head, this is simply his studio.
BONHAM - June and July hold a variety of activities at the Bonham Creative Arts Center and the public is encouraged to take part in all of them. The center is located at 200 West 5th Street.
DURANT - From “Frozen” to fishing dogs, bikes to vendor booths, and fireworks to food, the 19th annual Magnolia Festival will have it this weekend in Durant. A majority of the activities will be based out of the Choctaw Event Center at 3702 Choctaw Road, but there will be some other events off-site, as well. Many will be free to the public.
Sherman Noon Lions Club
Due to flooding, Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge is currently closed and all activities have been cancelled.
Modern dads may change diapers and fill sippy cups, but you still won’t catch them using baby talk.