North Texas Food Bank benefits all part of the area. Sure, it has its headquarters in South Dallas, but it is celebrated and needed everywhere. As part of the 30th anniversary of this amazing program to help feed those in need, Kathryn and Craig Hall and former Dallas Cowboy Preston Pearson are hosting “Art in the Park,” a family-friendly art and music celebration.
Where is it going to be held? Hall Office Park, 2401 Internet Blvd., in Frisco. Oh, did we see a slight connection Kathryn and Craig Hall and Hall Office Park. Shoot, yeah!
“With the Food Bank’s 30th anniversary this year, we wanted to raise awareness in the community about the organization’s continuous support of those in need throughout the North Texas area,” said Kathryn, who in addition to being a co-owner of Hall Office Park was one of the founders of NTFB. “We are also looking forward to a fun evening while we raise money for this wonderful organization.”
There will the today’s culinary hotties — food trucks — plus a Dallas Stars “Music Under the Stars’ Kids Corner” and entertainment by local OMG fav Emerald City.
Tickets are going for $30 per person and $100 for four, with all proceeds going to the North Texas Food Bank. If you want to go intimate and very special, it’s $300 pp for VIP tickets. That gets you tented surroundings near the stage including complimentary wine, beer and hors d’oeuvres. Again, all proceeds go to NTFB.
“It is an exciting time for us to be able to celebrate the successes of our past and the challenges of our future with the entire community across North Texas, who have helped shape who we are today,” said NTFB President/CEO Jan Pruitt. “We encourage everyone in the community to come out, have fun and join us in our fight against hunger.”
The message is: “Come, eat, drink and make merry to provide funds for others to have food on the table.”
Tickets will be available online until 5 p.m. on Monday, October 8. Then you’re taking a chance that tickets will be available in person. Good luck!