Category Archives: Grapevine

Grapevine City Council Agenda

View tonight’s agenda at http://grapevinetexas.gov/ArchiveCenter/ViewFile/Item/2437.

The Grapeyard Creeps into Town October 26-27

39190021_10156655167212328_7194770360598790144_oStep right up, the creepiest carnival has come to town! Join the freak show as you try your hand at old school carnival games and test your daredevil spirit as you step on to the haunted trail.

Always family-friendly, the thrills and chills won’t stop until the curtain falls. Immerse yourself in scream-worthy games you’ll have to see to believe. Don’t forget those three lovable faces of the famous singing pumpkins! Indulge in sweet treats and eats available for purchase all night! All ages are encouraged to come dressed in their best costumes, but please no face masks or hand props. This one-of-a-kind experience will run Friday, October 26 and Saturday, October 27 from 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm, so join us if you dare for a Halloween scare!

Tickets will go on sale September 16 for residents for $2/per resident USING COUPON CODE GPVRES (limit 6 per household). 

Non-Resident tickets will go on sale September 23 for $5/per non-resident (limit 6 per household). You will get emailed your tickets and you must show your tickets at the door either printed or on your phone. Kids under the age of 2 do not need tickets. If you have any issues with your ticket sales please contact us at tickets@grapevinetexas.gov.

Your tickets will pay for ALL ACTIVITIES, no coupons will be required for ANY ACTIVITY. Food vendors will be onsite and will take cash or credit.

We are excited to announce this year’s food vendors will be:

  • Fajita Freaks
  • King Street Grill
  • Hoang’s Noodle House
  • Ambucs
  • Kidwell BBQ
  • Yummy Pizza
  • Beignet Bus
  • Doughboy Donuts
  • Busbee Kettlecorn
  • Felix Mobile Coffee

For more information and tickets, visit https://gograpevine.com/event/grapeyard-grapevine-texas/.

Commercial center to bring restaurant, retail, fuel stations, car wash to Northwest Highway and Texan Trail in Grapevine

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(Courtesy Grapevine City Council)

The east side of Grapevine could have some more produce and grocery options in the near future.

On Aug. 21 the Grapevine City Council together with the Planning and Zoning Commission approved a conditional-use permit for a planned commercial center that would include a gas station, a car wash, dining with outdoor seating called Texas Best Smokehouse, and a section for produce and groceries.

The project will be developed by Victron Energy. Its vice president, Mohammad Sharaf, said in a letter to the council that no two Victron stores are alike, and the family business model allows each facility to be customized to the market.

Read more from Community Impact…

Want some ax-throwing with your burger? Check out this new Grapevine gaming hangout

Ax-throwing is trendy, escape rooms are hot, and Fort Worth has a bar with a pinball theme. Now there’s a Grapevine place that is putting all that and more under one roof.

classic video games

Courtesy of Corky’s Gaming Bistro

Corky’s Gaming Bistro announced via press release Friday morning that it has opened in Grapevine. There’s a restaurant/bar side to it, but the draw is going to be the games: 78 classic arcade games, a dozen pinball machines, four escape rooms and 10 ax-throwing lanes(definitely a time the phrase “stay in your lane” is appropriate).

Read more from the Star-Telegram…

For more information, visit https://corkysgamingbistro.com/

Grapevine Chamber is looking for Grapefest Volunteers

GrapeFest

Volunteering at GrapeFest is a blast! 

What a great way to build teamwork and leadership skills, make new contacts and see old friends! The whole community pitches in to make GrapeFest such a success. Invite friends and family to join your crew. 

When: September 14 – 16, 2018

Where: Downtown Grapevine

For more information: Email Mary Jo at maryjo@grapevinechamber.org or call 817-481-1522. 

Available Opportunities:

Concessions Trailer:

  • Thursday, 9/13, 1 PM – 4:45 PM – 4 volunteers
  • Friday, 9/14, 8 PM – 11:45 PM – 6 volunteers
  • Saturday, 9/15, 8 PM – 11:45 PM – 8 volunteers
  • Sunday, 9/16, 2 PM – 6 PM – 6 volunteers

Beer Booths:

  • Sunday, 9/16, 11:45 AM – 3 PM – 4 volunteers
  • Sunday, 9/16, 2:45 – 6 PM – 16 volunteers

Benefits:

  • Free admission to the festival
  • Food from Chamber’s concessions
  • Marketing for your company. Wear company shirts and caps
  • Signage with your company name (must fill all volunteer slots per a shift)
  • Main stage location with great music and crowds

 

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Grapevine defines a new vision for Rockledge Park

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Miranda Wilcox/Community Impact Newspapers

The Grapevine Parks and Recreation Department is working to transform one of its parks into an area for outdoor enthusiasts of all levels—an estimated $50 million concept officials say is the first of its kind in the U.S.

In June, the Grapevine City Council approved the parks and recreation department’s updated parks master plan, which lays out the vision for Rockledge Park to potentially feature a variety of archery ranges, which would be the primary focus of Rockledge Park, Kevin Mitchell, Grapevine parks and recreation director, said at an Economic Development Partnership meeting in March. Other elements included in the concept plan are shooting ranges, marine activities and a mountain bike skills course, along with educational components.

The park is still conceptual and has not gone through the actual construction design phase, meaning park elements could change. Mitchell said this expansion is planned to be a joint partnership between the city of Grapevine and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the U.S Army Corps of Engineers.

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Grapevine Chamber Needs Your Feedback

Please take this quick 3 minute survey about transportation policy.

Your feedback is important for deciding the legislative priorities for the Grapevine Chamber and the East Tarrant area.

 

Click HERE to being the survey

Grapevine Chamber seeks community feedback about education policies

Please take this quick 3 minute survey about education policy. Your feedback is important for deciding the legislative priorities for the Grapevine Chamber and the East Tarrant area.
Thank you!

Click HERE to take the survey

Office Interiors Group relocates showroom to Grapevine

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Office Interiors Group relocated from 2025 Midway Road, Ste. A, Carollton, to 430 S. Main St., Grapevine, in July. The business offers workspace and office products such as desks, standing desks, chairs and lounge furniture. The business also provides advice for space planning and design as well as final delivery and installation. 972-388-7848. www.oig.com

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Pepper Tree to offer international mens fashion in Grapevine

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Pepper Tree, located at 3000 Grapevine Mills Parkway, Grapevine, will open in September at Grapevine Mills. Pepper Tree was founded in South Africa and recently expanded to the U.S. to feature high-quality men’s fashion wear, international clothing and footwear, and designer brands. www.facebook.com/peppertreeclothing

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