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  1. Cover of Farmers Branch Living Magazine

    Winter 2019 Farmers Branch Living Brochure

    Activity & Program Guide for Winter 2019 Tell me more >
  2. Mike Mashburn photo

    Mike Mashburn promoted to be new Director of Parks & Recreation

    FBTX ~ With impeccable credentials and a track record of success, Mike Mashburn has been promoted to Director of Parks & Recreation, according to City Manager Charles Cox. Read on...
  3. Hillary Kidd pic

    New Historical Park Manager is historically qualified for the job

    FBTX ~ With a passion for history, an eye for detail, and a wealth of knowledge and museum expertise to her credit, Hillary Kidd has been promoted to the position of Farmers Branch Historical Park Manager. Read on...
  4. Bark Park entrance

    Barney Wood Bark Park sets grand opening festivities for July 19

    FBTX ~ Slightly more than a week remains until the Farmers Branch Parks and Recreation Department conducts grand opening ceremonies for the City’s first-ever dog park, the Barney Wood Bark Park, on Friday, July 19 from 6 until 8 p.m. Read on...
  5. Monarch Waystation signage

    Butterfly Garden designated as Monarch Waystation Habitat

    FBTX ~ A very special Native Butterfly/Pollinator Garden within the Rose Gardens of Farmers Branch has been designated as an official Monarch Butterfly Waystation Habitat by the Monarch Watch wing of the University of Kansas Entomology Program. Read on...
  6. Branch Connection become a member graphic

    Branch Connection sees sharp increase in membership

    FBTX ~ Complete with its ambitious classes, presentations, events and fitness programs for those over 50, The Branch Connection has reported a sharp increase in membership this year. Read on...
  7. Rachael Arroyo cropped photo

    Aquatics Manager Rachael Arroyo promoted in Parks & Recreation Department

    FBTX ~ Drawing on her wide-ranging experience and expertise in public sector endeavors, former Farmers Branch Aquatics Center Manager Rachael Arroyo has been promoted in the Parks and Recreation Department to the job of Recreation Superintendent. Read on...
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