Merry Christmas Holidays! Hope everyone is avoiding the stomach bug! 2016 has been one heck-of-a year and we find that when the things of life get you down, the best way out of the funk is to get out there and volunteer and give back to the community. To be thankful for whatcha got should be a year-round thing. In this week's edition of the Den10, you're getting two-for-one. In addition to our weekly list of the "can't miss" events happening in Denton, we also have a list of different ways you can give back to your community this holiday season by volunteering. Check it all out below!
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If you know someone in need or want to find ways in which you can volunteer, this was posted by our District 2 Counselor, Keely Briggs:
HOLIDAY FOOD RESOURCES
Asbury United Methodist Church, Location - 117 Hercules Lane, Denton, TX 76207, Phone number - (940) 387-6487. Open on Mondays 10am-12pm and 6pm-8pm.
Amazing Love Ministries - Feed My Sheep-- Provides hot meals to anyone in need 5:30-7:30pm Wednesdays. 819 E. McKinney St., Denton TX 76209, 940-381-5190
Denton Community Food Center, Inc., Address: 109 W Sycamore, Denton, TX 76201, Primary phone number: (940) 382-0807. Provides meals, free food and groceries, perishables items, and aid to the Denton Texas community. Monday-Friday 1pm-3pm
MKOC is open 5pm-8am during inclement weather. (Temps below 32 and above 100). They provide hot meals and a place to sleep for people in need.
Located on 300 S. Woodrow Denton, TX 76205 (where the old animal shelter was)
Our Daily Bread. Lunch provided Monday- Friday 12:00-1:15, Dinner Mondays 5:30-6:30pm, Saturday lunch 11:30-12:30pm 940-382-5604 Our Daily Bread is located at 300 W Oak St. inside St. Andrew Presbyterian
Singing Oaks Church of Christ, 101 Cardinal Drive, Denton, Texas 76209
Call the church at (940) 387-4355. Provides a food pantry
Salvation Army 940-566-3800, 1508 E. McKinney St., Denton Provides a food pantry Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
A Christmas meal will be served starting at 6pm on 12/25 - open to the public
Thursday, December 22nd
9th Beer of Christmas: Noble Rey’s Barampus | The Bearded Monk | 8PM
Those beer snobs at Bearded Monk have been running a 12 Beers of Christmas advent-ure and Thursday will bring out the legendary Denton Krampus to sort the nice from naughty.
Mom Jeans / Astragal / Rei Clone / Wren / Quinn Breitfeller | Killer Tacos | 7PM
This is part of Mom Jeans “So Lit Tour." Pretty sure they mean “lit on tacos," right?
Little Jack Melody’s 2nd Annual Christmas Sho & Singalong | Dan’s Silver Leaf | 8PM
Folks love singalongs and this one featuring Ryan Becker as the choir leader will undoubtedly be amazing.
Friday, December 23rd
Mojo / In Spite of Madness / Nathan Wilson | The Abbey Underground | 9PM
This is Mojo’s last show. Forever. You kinda have to go.
The Square Nots / Noogy / Turd Cutter / Caldonia / Cody Boyd / Words So Strong | Killer Tacos | 9M
There was a pizza shop off of Westheimer in Houston we used to play once every few weeks when we were in high school. It paid in pizza and beer and it was dreamy. Rock on, Turd Cutter. (Editor's Note: Glen is on lots of medicine for his cold right now.)
Hooligans Holiday Party and Ugly Sweater Contest | Hooligans | 7PM
Sweaters are judged at 11PM and there will be awards.
Mellow Jams: Blake Helpert / MAPLE / The Grand Optimist / Christine Rian & Marcia Keys | Midway Craft House | 8PM - 11PM
Here’s a great folkish lineup to go with your highbrow craft beer.
D Markham / D Diamonds / Dim Locator / Cicada Killers | Dan’s Silver Leaf | 7PM
Well, isn’t this just a Christmas Miracle! A Great collection of some of our favorite grungy pop groups will really put the egg in your nog.
Saturday, December 24th
How You Can Help the Monsignor King Outreach Center
Get involved. Sign up to volunteer or click the link above to find out what sort of donations they are always looking for.
Sunday, December 25th
Agua Dulce Feeds The People | Agua Dulce
From Chestnut Tree’s page: The Chestnut Tree has partnered with Agua Dulce (Sweetwater) for the past several years feeding people on Christmas Day. We are continuing the tradition again this year. Last year, meals were provided to 300 people and would have not been possible without the donations and volunteers in our community. In order to help support this effort, we will be donating 10% of this week's sales to the cause. If you don't have time to stop in, but would like to give support, jars are located around downtown. JT Clothiers, Wine2, Garden Gate, The Candy Store, Serendipity and Eastside are just a few places with jars. Go stop by and spread some Christmas cheer.