Grapevine Voters Send Message Loud and Clear

Grapevine voters sent a clear message to the City Council and to City Government that they are content with current leadership.  In a hotly contested race for City Council Place 6, early results have 15 year incumbent Roy Stewart with roughly 51% of the unofficial vote.  Kathleen Thompson ran a close second with sligtly over 41% of the vote.  Deverick Jordan finished third with almost 7% of the 2,474 votes cast.

Voters passed the Crime Control and Prevention District vote with roughly 88% voting for the 1/2 cent sales tax renewal for 15 more years.

The GCISD bond package also passed convincingly with almost 70% of voters approving the package.

Congratulations to each candidate for running great campaigns and to all supporters of the CCPD renewal and GCISD bond package.

Reminder all results are unofficial at this point.

A Few Images from Main Street Days 2011

We made it out to Main Street Days last night.  The weather was absolutely gorgeous.  The Pizza Piazza area was a huge hit.  It was easily the coolest area to hang out in.  And it was a brilliant addition to the weekend event.

Here are a few images from day one of Main Street Days 2011.  Please note – all images below are copyright of Grapevine TX Online, LLC as are all images on this website unless otherwise noted.

Grapevine, Texas

Grapevine, Texas

Grapevine, Texas

Grapevine, Texas

Grapevine, Texas

Main Street Days 2011

The 27th Annual Main Street Days will soon be held in downtown Grapevine, Texas.  In addition to the normal festival atmosphere this years theme is called “A Pizza Experience.”  Along side the non-stop live music, carnival rides, and other family entertainment will be one of America’s favorite foods:  PIZZA.  Main Street Days is always a great atmosphere.  Typically, there is great weather.  This is a great way to get out and enjoy being outdoors in Historic Downtown Grapevine.

Here are the details around the event-

When:
Friday, May 13th, 10 am to 11:30 pm
Saturday, May 14th, 10 am to 11:30 pm
Sunday, May 15th, 11 am to 6 pm

Where:  Historic Downtown Grapevine, mostly runs right along Main Street from Dallas Road to Northwest Highway.

How Much: Adults $7, Seniors 62+ and kids 6-12 $5, kids under 5 are free.
Also, note free admission on Friday until 5 pm.

Activities include:

– Midway
– Carnival Rides
– Live Music
– Kid Zone
– Central Market Grilling Competition
– Beer
– Wine
– Food
– Plenty of Pizza

Did we mention live music?  Always a staple of Main Street Days is some of the best live music around.  Here is this years schedule.

Main Stage

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Bud Light Stage

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Pizza Plaza Stage

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Stay tuned as we are sure to have a tips and tricks article for this years Main Street Days soon.  And we will have continued information on the best ways around, through, and over the DFW Connector to get you in and out of the festival as seemlessly as possible.