Silly Science!

Eureka! Come, learn new and fun science experiments that will activate your senses and teach you new things! Come dressed as a scientist ready to begin experimenting with Silly Science. Activities include kid-friendly science experiments, games, and more!   Friday, October 25 9:30 a.m. – 11 a.m. at Champions Club Hall of Fame Classrooms Ages: […]

Try Parking It reboot offers more functionality

North Texas’ alternative-commute and rideshare website, TryParkingIt.com, has been improved with functionalities that make finding rideshare matches and recording alternatives to driving alone more personalized and seamless. For example, residents who vanpool, carpool or take transit to work can now mark their commute alternatives as recurring trips, rather than after every trip, saving time and […]

Ways to Get Involved in the Parks Master Plan Update

Get involved in shaping the future of Southlake Parks! The City has kicked off the update to the Parks, Recreation and Open Space Master Plan. City staff is working closely with the Parks and Recreation Board on crafting policy recommendations for many of the community’s parks and wants your help too. There will be multiple […]

Victor Turner to lead Neighborhood Services Department

Victor Turner has been named Fort Worth’s Neighborhood Services Department director and will begin work Nov. 25. He comes to Fort Worth from Little Rock, Ark., where he was director of housing and neighborhood programs. With more than 30 years’ experience in state and local government, Turner served as assistant director of Little Rock’s Department […]

Southlake Chess Players Take Top Honors at Texas State Junior Chess Teams Championships

On October 5, the 2019 Texas State Junior Chess Team Championships (sponsored by the Texas Chess Association) were hosted locally by Southlake Tutoring Academy. Over 200 players participated from all across the state, including five teams of Southlake locals. The tournament featured three sections of competition: championship, reserve under 800, and novice. The Southlake teams […]

Southlake Kids Interested in Leadership Annouces its New Wave of Students

This new group of 20 students was selected after enduring a rigorous selection process conducted by Carroll Senior High School, where each candidate is evaluated based on several criteria. These students have earned their spot in this program and have already begun to demonstrate leadership qualities. SKIL is a youth leadership program where students and […]