Plano’s Heritage Farmstead Museum on Friday, May 5, will present its seventh annual Friends of the Farmstead, a fundraising dinner and concert event featuring a farmstead dinner, craft cocktails by Texas Silver Star, many special guests and a concert by country music group Mike and The Moonpies.
The VIP reception begins at 6:30 p.m., general admission opens at 7:00 p.m. and the dinner will be served at 7:30 p.m. All event tickets include dinner and concert admission.
The event’s VIP reception will feature specialty whiskey and vodka cocktails by Texas Silver Star and appetizers. VIP guests will be given the opportunity to visit and take photos with musicians and celebrities.
All proceeds from this fundraising event support the museum’s mission of preserving and celebrating agricultural history and lifestyles in North Texas.
The museum is at 1900 W. 15th St.
The event will feature the presentation of the Best Friend of the Farmstead award. This year’s recipient is Page Thomas.
• General admission tickets, including dinner and concert: $75 each
• Individual ticket including dinner and concert with VIP Experience: $150.00 each
• Table for four, including dinner and concert: $375.00
• Table for eight, including dinner and concert: $750.00 (limited quantity)
• Table for 10 – premium seating including dinner and concert and VIP Experience: $1,500.00
In the Sack, a pioneer in no-fee delivery, is opening its second North Texas location in Fort Worth’s Sundance Square this summer. The new location will offer a fresh market, chef-crafted ready to eat meals, great wine, popular beers, groceries and the first liquor offering in Sundance Square, all for take-out and delivery.
Launched in 2014, the company successfully introduced the concept of alcohol delivery –without a fee – enabling customers to experience the convenience and quality of a favorite restaurant in the comfort of their homes or workplaces.
“We were inspired by In the Sack’s innovative branding and business model,” said Johnny Campbell, president and CEO of Sundance Square, in a press release. “With this addition of In the Sack as an exclusive unique delivery concept allowing residents to bypass the grocery store, our customers and residents will be able to cultivate a complete shopping, dining and lifestyle experience. The additional offering of liquor broadens our merchandise depth.”
In addition to its already successful initiatives, the company also will offer cook-to-order options, a sizable farm-to-market segment, and a new catering menu. The store’s unique personality and design will also be updated to reflect the history and culture of Fort Worth.
The new location at 415 Throckmorton St. Hours of operation will be Monday through Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.