July 12-Sept. 6 -- Celebrate the centennial of "THE 1919 CARROLL SCHOOL: WHERE IT ALL BEGAN: The birthplace of Carroll ISD and the City of Southlake" by visiting our EXHIBIT. The 1919 Carroll School, which still stands on Carroll Avenue just north of Texas 114, is the birthplace of our award-winning schools AND the city of Southlake. In the lobby of Town Hall and the Southlake Library. Free. Hours: 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Thursday; 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
5-6:30 p.m., July 28 -- Join us for an ice cream social and RECEPTION of our exhibit "The 1919 Carroll School: Where It All Began: The birthplace of Carroll ISD and the City of Southlake." In the lobby of Town Hall and the Southlake Library. Refreshments. Free. No RSVP required.
October -- Dragon HOMECOMING PARADE. Watch for a vintage car and graduates of the first Carroll High School. Free.
Nov. 2 -- Our yearly CEMETERY TOUR travels to the old Medlin Cemetery in Trophy Club, where early pioneers and Bob and Almeady Jones are buried. Times TBA. Ticket required.
Dec. 1 -- LEARN HOW TO FEED THE BIRDS and VISIT THE LOG HOUSE, located under the water tower in Bicentennial Park, off of White Chapel Boulevard. Time TBA. Free.