Taking place this October 4th and 5th, the semi-annual Cottonwood Art Festival in Richardson is a great opportunity for families as well as emerging artists to get inspired by the nation’s top visual artists. This prestigious art show at Cottonwood Park is free for all ages and will feature 1,400 artists this year where jurors will select to exhibit over 240 works.
Plano is not only a great city for its schools and booming growth, but also for all of the free family activities new townhome owners can enjoy with the family! From beautiful parks, to incredible public libraries, Plano, Texas has a little something for all ages this summer and fall.
First of all, begin by considering your options to relinquish in the outdoors when the temperature starts to drop down and visit the many parks and playgrounds in this beautiful green city. One of the biggest parks in Plano, Bob Woodruff Park, will be conveniently located near our futureBerkshire Place townhome community. This park is amazing for getting some good exercise along scenic trails bordering a small lake or engaging in an intense match of sand volleyball. The park also provides access to a fishing pier and two large playgrounds for toddlers and older kids.