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    Summer 2019 Branch Living Brochure

    Activity & Program Guide for Summer 2019 Tell me more >
  2. Farmers Branch Living Spring 2019

    Spring 2019 Branch Living Brochure

    One of the most beautiful and vibrant seasons in our city, spring offers a pleasant change of weather and an array of fun-filled activities for the community. Let's check it out >
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    Summer Funshine registration now open

    FBTX ~Registration for Summer Funshine, the long-running Farmers Branch recreational day camp for kids, ages 6 through 12, is now open, with a first-time online option. Read on...
  4. Farmers Branch Bark Park

    Coming Summer 2019 - The Barney Wood Bark Park

    You asked for it and doggone it, you got it! Farmers Branch is getting a Dog Park! Hot dog! I need to know more >
  5. Aquatics Center magazine cover

    Aquatics Center is cover story for industry magazine

    FBTX ~ The Farmers Branch Aquatics Center nabbed the cover photo in Aquatics International magazine's "Best of Aquatics" issue, celebrating some of the most efficient and effective operations in the world. Read on...
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    RING IN THE OLD: Original bell from Old Church finds its way home to the Historical Park

    FARMERS BRANCH ~ On an unusually warm Tuesday in January, a crew of specialized craftsmen carefully helped place a 100-plus-year-old bell back into the belfry where its service began in the 1890s. Read on...
  7. Roses

    ROSE ROSETTE: Landscape Manager does battle against rose disease

    FARMERS BRANCH ~ Growing a City of roses requires commitment, skill and sometimes information, in order to promote healthy plants that showcase our streets and neighborhoods. Read on...
  8. David Austin Roses

    IN THE GARDEN: Gussie becomes a trial garden for England's David Austin Roses

    FARMERS BRANCH ~ Now that the EarthKind Rose trial is over, the rose garden at Gussie Field Watterworth Park in Farmers Branch is becoming a trial garden for England's David Austin Roses. Read on...
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