Lyrical opera, community service and Mother Goose: It’s March in Southlake and there are so many fun opportunities to bond with your neighbors and get involved in neighborhood issues this month. Here are the highlights.
APEX Presents the Fort Worth Opera
March 17, White’s Chapel United Methodist Church at 7pm
The APEX Arts League brings the theatrics of the Fort Worth Opera to Southlake. Call 800.481.8914 for tickets.
Southlake Youth Action Commission
March 4 and 18, Southlake Town Hall at 4:15pm
Get involved! The Southlake Youth Action Commission brings youth-related issues to the City Council’s attention and participates in community service projects throughout the year.
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Class
March 21, 600 State Street from 8am to 12pm
Learn to save a life! This American Heart Association CPR/AED class comes with a certification that is valid for two years from month of issuance. The minimum age to receive a certification is 15 years of age. Register for the class by contacting Renni Burt at 817-748-8349 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mother Goose Story Time
March 4, Southlake Town Hall, 10am
Bring your bundle of joy to this magical story time perfect for babies around one year of age. Ms. Elizabeth and Ms. Cynthia entertain with songs, stories, rhymes and more. No registration required.
March 1, Southlake Town Hall, 2-3pm
Come meet a variety of snakes up close and personal—if you dare! Snake expert Daryl Sprout will be showing off a few of his creepy-crawly friends to an all-age audience. No registration required.
March 28, Southlake Town Hall, 2-3pm
Children age seven and up will learn the basics of knitting with the knitting group Southlake Chicks With Sticks. Registration is not required, and practice supplies will be provided.