About Towne is a biweekly half-hour arts series that highlights Irving’s excellent local artists and craftsmen, entertainment venues and arts organizations. It also serves the viewing audience by publicizing upcoming concerts, performances, festivals and events.
About Towne is Irving’s source for news and information on entertainment and the arts.
We’ll have highlights from the 2019 Juneteenth Celebration. We’ll learn about the Slave Dwelling Project, and we’ll check out the Pop-Up Museum at Mercury One Studios. Plus, we’ll bring you the details on the 2019 Pat Mathers Scholarship Dinner, the One Act Play Competition and the Transatlantic Trade Expo at the Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas.
Next time on About Towne we’ll have a preview of MainStage Irving/Las Colinas’s “Boeing Boeing.” We’ll check out Fourth of July Parade and Watermelon Reception, then we’ll attend the Independence Day Concert & Fireworks at Lake Carolyn. And… we’ll learn about the Irving Quilt Guild’s “Quilt of Valor.” Plus, Susan Stephens goes behind the scenes of the new live-action version of “The Lion King” and we’ll meet reigning Ms. Mature Irving Nina Crocker and we’ll learn about volunteer opportunities at the Irving Arts Center.
View the ICTN schedule for additional showings.