There have to be terms other than "family-friendly" that describe things in which both parents and children, alike, are not bored out of their skull at, right? It seems the term is most often used to describe movies that a parent can sit through and maybe chuckle twice. We've done our best below to collect a few "family-friendly" events that go beyond two chuckles in this week's Seen and Heard. Check 'em out below and have a great weekend!Read More
Instead of throwing that cardboard coffee sleeve into the recycling bin, why not wear it as a cuff or a leg warmer? Sound weird? That's the type of thinking that went into the creation of Denton's Trashion Fashion Program. The award-winning program is now in its fourth year and keeps getting better and better. The City of Denton's Solid Waste and Recycling Department, SCRAP Denton, Keep Denton Beautiful and a few other awesome local organizations use the Trashion Fashion initiative to invite designers of all ages to create clothing (or what they call "wearable art") from materials that would otherwise end up recycled or in a landfill. College fashion design students enter, as well as pubic school students and adults. Every year, they see designs that really earn that "wearable art" title; impressive garbs from all ages made from items as inconspicuous as dryer sheets or newspaper clippings.Read More
Here we go, drinking from the fire hose again. There’s more than enough stuff to get into this week. Notably, it’s one of our most beloved festivals this Saturday - the Redbud Fest - complete with the popular Fashion Trashion Show, live music, and a general enthusiasm for nature. There will for sure be a ton of competition with the #WDDI's this week to get featured in our Monday post so get out there and gram the gramable moments of your lives!
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What We Did is our weekly roundup of photos that WDDI staff and readers have taken over the past seven days. Today, we have 18 photos that cover things such as spring time adventuring, live music, and the awesomeness that was the food truck festival last week.
If you'd like to be included in What We Did, tag your images with #WDDI on Instagram, and check back here next Monday. As always, we're limited in the photos we can post, but we encourage you to search the hashtag #WDDI and check out all of the other awesome photos that were posted that we were unable to post on the blog. Click the images below to be led back to the photographer's Instagram page. Have a great week!Read More
We sat down with Jeff Amano of one of our favorite stores on the Denton downtown square, Serendipity, recently and he gave us the what's what and the how's how about what they've been up to in there relatively short history of being open on the north side of the square. Read on to get schooled about "shabby chic" and check out some images from a recent painting workshop they held in their store.Read More
Seen and Heard is our weekly events listing of some of the best family friendly events going on in Denton. Believe us when we say that there are no shortage of events now that Spring has finally sprung! Twilight Tunes starts this month, too, so there's even more to come. Don't let a few rain showers get in the way of doing some of the awesome events that Denton has to offer over the next few days.Read More