Father’s Day suggestion: Southlake’s drum and bugle corps Texas Regionals Battle

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Have you made plans for that special dad on Father’s Day, June 16?

Here’s an idea: Take dad to the Drumline Texas Regionals Battle put on by Showcase in the Square.

This is a Father’s Day drum and bugle corps event, held from 6-9 p.m. in the Rustin Family Park pavilion in Southlake Town Square. And it’s free.

Along with the Drumline Battle, this event will feature The Crossmen, a world-class drum corps based out of San Antonio.

All you have to bring is your chairs and blankets to sit on — and dad. This is the third year for Showcase in the Square and is sure to be an amazing performance of brass and percussion talent.

Meals on Wheels Golf Tournament

There is still time to sign up for the 22nd annual Metroport Meals on Wheels Annual Golf Tournament, slated for June 10 at Trophy Club Country Club, 500 Trophy Club Dr.

Entry fees are $250 per golfer and $1,000 per team. A tournament “super ticket” with a $400 value will be sold, offering golfers many perks such as a return round of golf for four at Trophy Club Country Club, Edwin Watts Golf swing analysis, mulligans, putting contest and drawing tickets. All golfers will participate in the Callaway golf gift salon with choices of some of Callaway’s best premium clubs.

Online registration and purchase is available at metroportgolf.com or call Karen Malone at 817-491-1141.

While you are at the Metroport Meals on Wheels website, check out the “Give Hunger The Boot” dinner and auction on June 8, starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Marriott Solana Hotel at 5 Village Circle in Westlake.

Tickets are $100 for a special evening of dining, dancing and a wonderful silent and live auction.

The featured band is The Roof Raisers and the attire is chic Texas casual, which translated means cool clothes and great music!

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