So far, more than 800 children and teens have enjoyed the camps, with more than 1,000 total expected by the time the camp season ends Aug. 9.
The Richardson Police Department, in partnership with the North Texas Auto Theft Task Force, will provide free VIN etchings Wednesday, July 24 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. in the parking lot of Target, 501 S. Plano Rd.
Employees with Metro by T-Mobile braved the warm weather Thursday and volunteered their time for a couple of hours picking up trash along the railroad easement south of Arapaho Road, beginning near the Richardson Gymnastics Center.
Richardson’s recycling mascot, Phil-up the Blue Bag, will make two appearances next week.
AnimaLuv will host its annual Dog Wash Saturday, July 20 at the What A Great Dog Training Center.
Video of the budget workshop is available on-demand at the City’s website, and replay broadcasts will be shown on the City’s cable channel at 6 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays through Aug. 4.
Storyteller, Carolina Quiroga-Hurtado has been traveling all over Texas telling stories and on Saturday, July 20 she will be visiting the Richardson Public Library for two special events.
The award-winning comedy, the Foreigner, opens this weekend at the Richardson Theatre Center (RTC) located at 518 W. Arapaho Road #113.
One of the oldest children’s theater in north Texas, the Junior Players, is teaming up with the University of Texas at Dallas starting today for their second annual summer collaboration.
The City of Richardson is one of three communities in Texas to be awarded an AARP Community Challenge Grant.