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CALENDAR OF EVENTS STARTING MAY 2: FREE LIVE MUSIC APRIL 12: CADDYSHACK TOURNAMENT The San Jacinto Plaza Music Series kicks off Thursday, May 2 at 6:30 p.m. with local coun- try and rock band Hat Trick. Pack your cooler and lawn chairs or enjoy from the downtown restaurants around the plaza. Admission and parking is free. There are performances from area artists every Thursday and Friday through the summer months beginning at 6:30 p.m. Spend the day golfing and competing with Rockwall golfers at the 2019 Caddyshack Golf Tournament, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Buffalo Creek Golf Club, 624 Country Club Drive. Participate in the fun and aspire to partici- pate in skills competitions. Call 972-771-5733. MAY-SEPTEMBER: FARMERS MARKET The Rockwall Farmers Market begins its summer season on May 4, operating every Saturday through September 8 a.m. to noon outside the Rockwall County Courthouse. MARCH 16: ST. PATRICK’S DAY Stop by the downtown San Jacinto Plaza March 16 for a St. Patrick’s Day cupcake decorating pop-up. From 10 a.m. to noon, families can create themed cupcakes to enjoy. Later, from 1-3 p.m., adults 21 and up can decorate their own alcohol-infused cup- cakes. Find tickets at eventbrite.com. MARCH 21: THE EASTER BUNNY Join the Easter bunny for a breakfast-for-din- ner event with the family for breakfast tacos, egg coloring and pictures with the Easter bunny at The Center, 108 E Washington St. in Rockwall, 6-9 p.m. Tickets at apm.active- communities.com. MARCH 21: SPRING FLING Downtown Rockwall shops host the second annual Spring Fling with specials, wine, and door prizes for visitors, 5-10 p.m. Cost is $10. Check-in at the tent in San Jacinto Plaza. MARCH 30: PIE FEST Bonafide Betties Pie Company hosts its first annual Texas Pie Fest on March 30. The festival will feature, vendors, music and all the pie you can eat at Summerfield at Tate Farms, 12992 S FM 548, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. MARCH 30: WINE & DINE Enjoy the 9th annual Wine and Dine fundrais- er benefiting Rockwall Paws and the Rock- wall Animal Adoption Center with silent and live auctions, food and wine at Rockwall Golf and Athletic Club, 2600 Champions Drive, from 6-9 p.m. RockwallPaws.com. APRIL 11: BIRDIES & BEER Rockwall Chamber of Commerce hosts “Birdies & Beer at the Barn Par-Tee,” 6-9 p.m. Live music by Southern Ride, live and silent auctions. At Summerfield at Tate Farms, 12992 S FM 548. APRIL 13: EGG HUNT Rockwall Parks & Recreation hosts its 17th annual Easter Egg Hunt, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., at Harry Myers Park, 815 E Washington Street. Egg hunt, bounce houses, a petting zoo and more. APRIL 26: FAMILY FUN FRIDAY Join the family fun at The Park at Hickory Ridge for games, food and sports, 6-10 p.m. End the night with a showing of “Little Giants.” Playrockwall.com for info. APRIL 26: GO BLUE FOR KIDS GALA The Children’s Advocacy Center hosts the 3rd Annual Go Blue for Kids Gala at the Hilton Rockwall Lakefront, 2055 Summer Lee Drive, at 6 p.m. Dinner, drinks, auctions, live music and more. RockwallCAC.org. APRIL 27: ASPASIANS MARKETPLACE Stop by the Aspasians Spring Marketplace, 1201 T L Townsend Drive, for a variety of items ranging from food to home decor to gifts; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The bi-annual event supports scholarships for local high school seniors. APRIL 27: FURRY 5K The Woodcreek Fate Homeowners Asso- ciation hosts its Furry 5K & Pet Fair bene- fiting local pet rescue organizations; 8:30 a.m.-noon at 100 Woodcreek Blvd. in Fate. Woodcreekfatefurry5kpetfair.itsyourrace. com/register. APRIL 30: AMERICAN LEGION GOLF The 3rd Annual American Legion Scholarship Golf Tournament is at the Rockwall Golf and Athletic Club, 2600 Champions Drive., begin- ning with lunch at 11:30 a.m. and ending at 5 p.m. with awards and prizes. LegionPost117.org. MAY 4: CRAWFISH BOIL BENEFIT Live music, games, raffles, crawfish and more at the Crawfish for a Cause event at The Harbor, 2074 Summer Lee Drive, 12-6 p.m. Proceeds support cancer research and other causes. Email crawfishforacause@gmail.com. MAY 5: ART AUCTION FUNDRAISER Bid on original works by area artists at the American Gothic Art Auction and Dinner 5:30-8:30 p.m at Summerfield at Tate Farms, 12992 FM 548. Hosted by the Rockwall County Historical Foundation. Rockwall- CountyHistoricalFoundation.com. MAY 10: BOWL FOR EDUCATION The 3rd Annual Rockwall Education Foun- dation Bowling Classic fundraiser with silent auction and fun team awards, 6-10 p.m. at Shenaniganz, 1290 East I-30. Events.eventzilla.net to register. MAY 11: WOMEN IN NEED BENEFIT 5K The Glow Run 5K raises funds for Women In Need to help domestic abuse survivors; 7-10 p.m. at Harry Myers Park. Register at wintexas.org. MAY 18: BREAKFAST FOR PATRIOT PAWS Eat all that you can while supporting Patriot PAWS, 7-10:45 a.m. at Soulman’s Bar-B-Que, 691 E. Interstate 30. Adults can eat for $9.99 and kids for $6.99. MAY 18: FOUNDERS DAY FESTIVAL Rockwall Parks and Recreation hosts the annual Founders Day Festival at Harry Myers Park, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. MAY 24: FAMILY FUN FRIDAY Join the family fun at Northshore Park, 609 Highland Drive, for games, food and sports, 6-10 p.m. Come dressed as your favorite superhero and end the night with a showing of “Sky High.” Playrockwall.com for info. JUNE 15: CLASSIC CAR SHOW, PART 2 The second installment of the Downtown Rockwall Car Series is 9 a.m.-noon in Down- town Rockwall. Stop by to see classic cars, hot rods, muscle cars and more. JULY 27: CLASSIC CARS, PART 3 The third installment of the Downtown Rock- wall Car Series is 9 a.m.-noon in Downtown Rockwall. Stop by to see classic cars, hot rods, muscle cars and more. AUGUST 31: CLASSIC CARS, THE FINALE The fourth and final installment of the Down- town Rockwall Car Series is 9 a.m.-noon in Downtown Rockwall. Stop by to see classic cars, hot rods, muscle cars and more. SPRING 2019 On the Horizon 5