6:30PM - 8:30PM // Town Center, 2nd Floor Conference Room
3PM // Cozby Library and Community Commons
9:30AM - 11:00AM // Life Safety Park
2PM // Cozby Library and Community Commons
4:30PM // Cozby Library and Community Commons
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Join us for an evening of pumpkin painting! All supplies provided by the library. Sign up is required. Please call 972-304-3658 or email CozbyPrograms@coppelltx.gov to register. For adults 18 and older.
Come build with LEGOs! Use the library's blocks to create a design to show your friends! For kids in grades K - 5.
Sahaja Yoga Meditation calms the mind with its simple yet unique method that helps one experience that state and reap the benefits even in this fast-paced life. These guided meditation sessions are presented by DFW Meditation. All ages welcome.
The Coppell Chamber of Commerce invites you to attend the final WIB Luncheon of the year.
The Chamber, in partnership with The Brummitt Group, will present a women's health panel with area physicians. Registration is required, and tickets are $35. When registering, please use the "comments" section to let us know of any food allergies or dietary needs.
Confirmed panelists are Kristen Carmichael, MD OBGYN; Ed Clifford, MD, FACS, Breast Cancer Surgeon; Susan Harris, MSN, CNM, FNP-C, Functional Medicine; and Lucy Li, MD, FAAD Dermatology.
Please contact the Chamber at 972-393-2829 for more information.
Calling all fifth graders! This program is specifically for you! Join us twice a month for games and activities.
Tired of studying for the ACT or SAT at home or a coffee shop? Join us at Standardized Study, a self-driven study session specifically for students studying for the ACT and SAT. Attendees will have access to recent ACT and SAT study books. Attendees can choose to work independently or with others. This is a self-guided study session geared towards high school students who will soon take the ACT/SAT. Note: the library will not have an ACT/SAT tutor on site.
Kirstie served as a door gunner and CH-53 Helicopter Mechanic in the US Marine Corps. When her aircraft went down during combat operations in Afghanistan in 2012, she was critically injured. In addition to the left leg amputation, she sustained full-thickness facial trauma, spinal injuries, a traumatic brain injury and shoulder injuries.
After recovery, Kirstie became dedicated to exceeding expectations. She is now a semi-regularcompetitor and finisher in Ironman and marathon races. She is the junior director of a nonprofit organization, Wounded Warrior Outdoors, which takes wounded service men and women on therapeutic outdoor adventures.
The dinner series offers supporters an opportunity to hear the stories of our nation's warriors. Learn about their wartime experience, their recovery and transitions, and how they moved forward in their civilian lives.
Proceeds will help provide emergency financial assistance for post 9/11 veterans as they transition to civilian life and to send veterans to alternative treatments for their brain injuries.
Who reads short shorts? We do! Join our newest adult reading club where we will read from a selection of short stories and then briefly discuss them. For adults 18 and older.
A young man, Conrad, is still haunted by the traumatic death of his older brother. His parents are deeply affected by the death of their popular, handsome son, and the mental wounds of their remaining son, Conrad, are causing family upheaval and division. The surviving son starts to mend, but his parents may not be so lucky.Audiences will remember the movie version starring Mary Tyler Moore, Donald Sutherland and Timothy Hutton.To make reservations, visit theatrecoppell.com or call 972-745-7719.
October is Vegetarian Awareness Month and Ayurveda Awareness Month. We’re lucky to host CFM vendor, local practitioner and educator, Sapna Punjabi-Gupta.
Sapna, owner of Naivedhya, teaches workshops and lecture series, offers consultations and YouTube tutorials, hosts grocery store tours and sells her own line of Ayurvedic spices. Her work ingrates the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda with western nutritional science to make it practical for the modern living.
Learn more about Sapna and her work.
Fall is a fantastic time to enjoy the outdoors! Join Keep Coppell Beautiful and the Friends of the Coppell Nature Park for our annual Fall Frolic at the Biodiversity Education Center. Pack a picnic and bring the whole family down to play while exploring the many ways that native plants and animals can support a healthy ecosystem. This day of outdoor autumn fun will include a wide variety of activities at stations on our trails. Fuel up at the BEC with popcorn and water before heading out on this self-guided adventure. We can’t wait to see you there!
Looking to find a new-to-you Halloween costume? Come to our costume swap to trade your gently used costume for a different one! Stop by the accessories station to make masks, wands and more! If you donated to the Halloween Costume Drive, bring your ticket to choose a new costume. You must have a costume to swap to take one.
Food trucks, friends and fun! Satisfy your craving for local food truck fare, right here in Coppell. Grab a couple of chairs and relax in the park, listen to music and enjoy some delicious eats from DFW’s hottest food trucks. A variety of tasty truck cuisine will be available for all ages and tastes. Bring your appetite!
Give your business the drive it needs by attending the 25th Annual Chamber Golf Classic on Monday, Oct. 8, at the Las Colinas Country Club.
Gain a front row seat to market your company to more than 100 businesses in and around the Coppell area and take advantage of the opportunity to meet executives you will not meet at any other function. Build relationships and market your company in a non-business setting.
The Coppell Chamber of Commerce is pleased to offer their investors the opportunity to serve as a sponsor of the 2018 Chamber Golf Classic or register a foursome to enjoy the course.
When registering, please list the names of the golfers (if available) and their handicaps in the "comment" section of registration.
Join us for an evening of discussing Rising Strong by Brene Brown! Place a copy of the next book selection on hold at the front desk. For adults 18 and older.
The guest speaker will be Carmen Lowell, a licensed esthetician and essential oils aficionado. She will speak about the many practical, everyday uses for essential oils and ways to reduce the amount of chemicals we are exposed to in ordinary household products.
All local alumnae members of National Panhellenic Conference Sororities are welcome to attend. Bring a friend if you wish! Please direct any questions to Shauna Kinley, CAPA Programs Chairman, at email@example.com.
Meetings are the second Wednesday of each of the month at 11:30 am. Lunch is included in your membership, but you must RSVP to be included in the head count for lunch. Non-Members are welcome as a guest.
CPR AED is an instructor-led course that teaches adults critical skills needed to respond to and manage an emergency until emergency medical services arrive. Skills covered in this course include first aid, choking relief, and what to do for sudden cardiac arrest in adults, children, and infants. Please register at lifesafetypark.org.
The Coppell Historical Society’s mission is to discover, preserve, champion, and communicate Coppell’s rich heritage for present and future generations. Find out how you can play a part in this mission by joining and/or donating today. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stop by the Commons to meet local authors for Indie Author Day! If you are a local author and would like a table, please fill out the participation form and email it to email@example.com.
Sold out! The 8th annual Farm to Table Dinner honors the food producers and farmers, market shoppers and supporters, and everyone who participates in fostering community through the Coppell Farmers Market. One hundred twenty dinner guests are treated to a one-of-a-kind culinary experience: the six-course dinner features ingredients sourced from our market’s farmers, ranchers and artisan producers.
Find your next read at our book club, where everyone shares some of their favorite books. For adults 18 and older.
Explore the world of science, technology, engineering, art, and math with hands-on activities! Kids in grades K-5 are invited to challenge your brain to think critically and creatively. Each month will be something new.
Join us for our membership meeting with coffee and treats at 9:30 am and meeting starting at 10 am.
Learn how you can make the most of your Chamber membership by attending the first Chamber Member Orientation of 2018.
Ambassadors, board members and Chamber staff will be on hand, detailing the excellent programs, committees and events to be involved in during 2018.
A light lunch will be provided to all who attend. Can't make orientation? No need to worry. The Chamber will stream the orientation on Facebook Live beginning at noon.
Please contact the Chamber at 972-393-2829 or visit coppellchamber.org for more information.
Calling all fifth graders! Cozby Gamers is back in August! This program is specifically for you! Join us twice a month for games and activities.
Every month we will have different crafts, activities, and snacks based on a favorite TV show or movie. For teens in grades 6 - 12.
Join in on the excitement of bingo of the 50 and Forward's Breakfast Bingo and Expo. The expo is a prime opportunity to market, promote and sell your product to a captive audience. The Fifty and Forward program provides resources for aging adults and their families with the resources to improve the quality of their lives in Coppell and surrounding communities.
Vendor booths are available at $100 for members and $125 for non-members.
The Chamber is also offering a variety of sponsorship opportunities. Please contact Mike Albanese, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on the event and sponsorship opportunities.
Have a cell phone? North Texas Master Naturalist and photographer Stalin SM will present a one-hour PowerPoint about photography techniques utilizing cell phones and then a one-hour tour through the Nature Park pointing out photo opportunities and creativity for such photos. Admission is free.
Celebrate the diversity of Coppell! Spend time with neighbors and friends, celebrating things that make Coppell a unique place to call home. Enjoy a variety of multicultural foods, cultural performances, unique artisan crafts and children’s activities. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy a grand finale to wrap up an evening celebrating the people that make Coppell a remarkable and unique community.
Join us for a visit from author Alex London, the author of the young adult novels Proxy and Guardian and the middle-grade series The Wild Ones, Dog Tags, and Tides of War. The presentation will differ from his CISD visits. This event is open to all ages but geared towards middle and high school students and their parents. Free tickets are available here starting in October. Ticket holders will be entered to win a free copy of his new book, Black Wings Beating.
Connect with the early birds of the business world! Connections Breakfasts are a perfect venue to build relationships with other Coppell Chamber of Commerce members, business leaders and Chamber staff. Breakfast is included with your membership and will be provided by Hard Eight BBQ especially for the Chamber. Guests are welcome to join us.
ALC receives a percentage of all purchases made at TCBY on Oct. 24.
Bring the family to Old Town Coppell from 10 am and noon to trick or treat. Join in Costume Gardening from 10:30 - 11:15 a.m. at the Coppell Farmers Market Learning Garden, located near the splash pad.
ALERT! A trick has been played on the Mad Hatter and we need help to figure out who committed this trick! Join us after hours for this Halloween event and investigate different areas of The CORE to deduce who tricked the Mad Hatter, what the trick was and where the trick was played. You will also enjoy refreshments, Halloween games and a showing of the movie, Hotel Transylvania.Registration is $6 per child for ages 17 and under (adults enter free with their child). To register, visit coppellactivities.com and search “The Case of the Halloween Trick”.
Wagon Wheel Tennis Center and Tennis in Coppell are partnering for the third year with Susan G. Komen to Rally for the Cure! Join us for an important cause and a fun tennis and pickleball tournament. There will be doubles brackets for men, women, and mixed tennis, and men and women’s doubles for pickleball. Fun prizes, raffles and activities!
Join us for what is sure to be a family-friendly, safe, and fun evening! Trunk or Treat is a safe and fun way for kids to trick-or-treat. Vehicle trunks are decorated, and kids go from parked car to parked car collecting candy and playing carnival games. From 5 - 7 pm, we’ll have car trunks decorated, carnival games, face painting, cotton candy, and candy and treats galore! Fun for children of all ages from 0-99!
Navigating relationships isn't easy, and it can be hard to tell what emotions and instincts to trust. Join us for a presentation by the Genesis Women's Shelter about healthy teen relationships, warning signs of unhealthy relationships and how to support yourself and friends who may be in unsafe situations. This event is open to teens and adults.
Join us for spooky stories, crafts and fun! Don't forget your costume! All ages welcome.
Wear your costumes and stop by the library anytime for a treat!
Join the Coppell Chamber of Commerce as we "mob" Newk's at our Lunch Mob on Wednesday, Oct. 31, at 11:30 am. Network, mingle and enjoy the awesome food at Newk's.
The Coppell Community Orchestra invites those of all ages to their season opener on Sunday, October 21. Admission for this concert is free, though donations are appreciated and tax-deductible.
This concert, entitled “Masks: Composers in Disguise”, will feature works where composers stepped out of their typical style and were inspired by other cultures or events of their day. The works featured include Capriccio Espagnol (a Spanish piece written by a Russian composer), a German Polka written by a French composer, American Suite by Dvorak and even a piece where Haydn steps out of character and surprises everyone. This hour-long concert will entertain and educate those of all ages.
The Coppell Community Orchestra is a non-profit organization that provides educational opportunities for musicians and patrons in and around Coppell. They are starting their second season and are still looking for musicians and sponsors. You can learn more at their website CoppellOrchestra.org.