As the weather warms, spring events continue to fill local calendars. Several events, ranging from concerts and festivals to markets and charity golf tournaments, are set for the coming week.
Little Skynyrd Concert
A Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute band, based in North Texas, is scheduled to perform in Roanoke on Thursday evening.
The free Little Skynyrd concert, sponsored by the Arts Council Northeast and the City of Roanoke, will be 7-8 p.m. at Austin Street Plaza, at the corner of Oak and Austin streets. It’s the first of the city’s Evenings on Oak Street concert series.
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The concert was rescheduled from March 2, when inclement winter weather forced the delay.
"The band is comprised of seasoned musicians who grew up playing Skynyrd, love playing their music and strive to keep their music alive," says a news release. "Their goal is to make you feel like you are back in the '70s at a Lynyrd Skynyrd concert."
For more information, visit www.roanoketexas.com.
Keller Farmer’s Market Opening Day
The Keller Farmers Market will begin its sixth year Saturday morning at Keller Town Hall, 1100 Bear Creek Parkway.
The market will be open every Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon until October, featuring new and returning vendors serving up produce, meats, cheese, honey, eggs, baked goods and more from within 150 miles.
For the market's Opening Day, Hook and Ladder Pizza Co. will hawk pizzas from their fire truck and Keller's Shannon Brewing Co. will offer free samples of its local Irish beers. Roël Rangel will play live music.
For more information, visit www.kellerfarmersmarket.com.
Also Saturday, local residents of all ages get free entry to a family-friendly festival in Keller.
May Dayz, put on by the Greater Keller Chamber of Commerce, begins at 11 a.m. at Shannon Brewing Co., 818 N. Main St. Bands will perform throughout the festival, which ends at 7 p.m., as guests check out the free kids zone, free old-time games, food and vendor booths, Shannon beer a dog show and more.
For more information, visit www.kellerchamber.com.
Inaugural Roanoke Women’s Club Charity Golf Tournament
The Ronaoke Women’s Club will tee off at 1 p.m. at the Golf Club at Champions Circle in Fort Worth on Monday in its inaugural chairty golf tournament.
Registration for the competition begins at 11 a.m., and a barbecue dinner and live country music will follow at 6 and 6:30 p.m., respectively. The club will award three scholarships each to Byron Nelson, Northwest and Steele high schools.
For more information, visit www.roanokewomensclub.com.
Rotary Club Foundation of Keller Golf Tournament
On Tuesday, residents will hit the Sky Creek Ranch links at 1 p.m. to support three local nonprofits in the Rotary Club Foundation of Keller Golf Tournament.
Participants will receive an FnG Eats box lunch, Sky Creek fajita dinner, two beverages, goodie bag, team photo and enry into a putting contest and a hole-in-one contest. More than $4,000 in donated raffle items will be given away.
Proceeds will be split between the Keller Rotary Foundation, Community Storehouse and the Keller ISD Education Foundation.
For more information, visit kellerrotary.golfreg.com.
Mark David Smith, 817-390-7808