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We would like to Welcome to Hoochies, a newer restaurant located right next to the Center for the Visual Arts, and a short walk from the A Train!
ABOUT – Hoochies Oyster House is the authentic Denton seafood shack. Built out of a home from the 1880’s, we serve anything from Oysters, shrimp, po-boys, crawfish (when in season), seafood cocktails, and a host of other fare. If you want to sit on a great patio (climate controlled in the winter and summer), drink cold beer, and eat yummy seafood….then look no further. This is your place.
For all of you hot rod guys out there, Friday nights is hot rod night.
Shambhala Wellness Center is offering free yoga on the Square this Friday October 5 at 7:00 pm. Bring your own mat or borrow one of ours. All-levels welcome. – Lisa-Elena Furrh
Join us at A Creative Art STUDIO for a First Friday Denton fun evening on October 5, from 7 – 10 p.m. We will start the evening with singer-songwriter Kylee Pannel. Kylee is a young singer-songwriter who who will dazzle you with her incredible voice. October is Cancer Awareness month and Kylee will be participating in the Susan G Komen 3-day walk in November and will be donating her tips to the cause. A Creative Art Studio will donate 5% of all purchases made during First Friday to support Kylee and her fundraising effort. Starting at 8 p.m. Polly Maynard, classical guitarist, will perform her magic for the crowd. Polly teaches guitar in Denton and also writes for music and theatre performances and performs in local theatre productions. Local Musician, Richard Haskins will be performing at 9 pm. Richard brings his own unique style to his one an show. Featured artist of the month is photographer Johnathan Bohmier. Come meet Johnathan and view his beautiful works. Also check out our Artist demonstrations, art activities, and late night shopping. Grab a friend and join the fun at A Creative Art STUDIO. 227 W. Oak.
Scrap Denton will be open from 7 – 9 p.m. this Friday for late night shopping, Armadillo Ale, and music provided by Carolyn Curry, a vocal jazz singer from UNT accompanied on the guitar by Scott Neary. Be sure to stop by for Recycled fun!