Family Member Activities:
In keeping with tradition we are trying not to plan too much till you get to Texas. Plan on meeting in the hotel conference area Friday and Saturday mornings to discuss where our outings will take us. Here are a couple of ideas. On Friday at 9:30 a.m. we will meet in the conference area. We will travel to historic downtown Denton – The Square. There are many shops, antique stores and eateries around the square. There are several museums within walking distance from the square. There are two historic homes you can tour in the Historical Park and at least three museums all of these are free to tour. There is a possibility of riding the A-train to Denton; I am still gathering information on the train system. On Saturday at 9:30 a.m. we will meet in the conference area. We will travel to historic downtown Grapevine. There you will find boutiques, antique stores and an eclectic variety of shops to visit. At lunch time, we could gather at one of the many eateries or go our own way to the wide variety of eating opportunities. There are also several wine tasting rooms where you can try some of our local wines before buying some to take home. You could also go to Grapevine Mills Mall. We will return to the hotel in the early afternoon to rest and get beautiful for the evening banquet. These are just ideas. I will be glad to help everyone get to where they want to go. In case you get back early or just want to hang out in the hotel, we will have our hospitality suite available during the daytime for us to just kick back and get comfortable. When registering, please indicate whether you will join us on either or both days. Please let us know if you can supply transportation for an extra person or two on the registration form. Please feel free to email me if you have a specific place you want to go so I can gather information to help you get there. Looking forward to seeing you in October.
If you have any questions in the meantime, please give me a call at 972-542-3165 or you can email me at
Emily Ward