Tip-A-Cop for Special Olympics TODAY, October 21

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This Saturday, October 21, more than a dozen Red Robins across the state — including the Grapevine location — will be hosting Tip-a-Cop from 11am-2pm and 5pm-8pm. Proceeds will directly benefit Special Olympics Texas so please head on over for a ‘gourmet burger’ and Tip-a-Cop Saturday! Let us serve you and support a worthy cause. Thanks for your support!

For location information, click: https://www.redrobin.com/locations/texas/grapevine/grapevine.html

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FBI: 3-month-old saved in sex trafficking ring was being sold for $600

The FBI announced on Wednesday that it saved 84 underage victims, including a 3-month-old, from sex trafficking over the past weekend. We’ve now learned the baby was trying to be sold by a family friend for $600.

The 84 underage victims were rescued from Oct. 12-15 across the country as part of the annual human trafficking sting Operation Cross County XI.

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Grapevine Wine Tours honors vets on November 11

22552602_1456621594374104_4329063733589726187_nGrapevine Wine Tours honors our military veterans. All vets enjoying a GWT tour on Saturday, November 11 will receive a complimentary bottle of wine. Active-duty military and retired service members are eligible. Must provide valid military ID or proof of service. Click Book Now, or call 817-259-9463, and use promo code VET17.

Cotton Belt Trail offers natural beauty to walkers/bikers

Screen Shot 2017-10-20 at 2.08.41 PMWhile in the downtown Grapevine area take some time to get on the Cotton Belt Trail and enjoy a nice stroll along Dallas Road/Highway 26.

The Cotton Belt Trail begins at Dallas Road and Ball Street and continues west. The Grapevine portion of this trail ends at Brumlow Avenue, but thanks to the efforts of nearby cities, the trail continues through Colleyville, a portion of Hurst, and into North Richland Hills. The entire trail from Grapevine through North Richland Hills is 11 miles one way.

LENGTH 2.8 Miles
SURFACE TYPE Paved Trails
TRAILHEAD GPS 32.93241185049198, -97.08443284034729

For more information: https://gograpevine.com/trail/cottonbelt-trail/.

Night Watchman’s Ghost Tour offered by Grape Vine Springs Winery

22366593_10154791081401968_6044795473737770016_nUncover who robbed the bank on Main Street in 1932, which winery is haunted and more eerie history from Grapevine’s past at the Night Watchman’s Ghost Tour. This scary good 90-minute walking ghost tour includes a glass of wine too! Boo-yah!

The Grapevine Night Watchman Ghost Tour is presented by Grape Vine Springs Winery. Tours are held most Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. You will hear the stories of history and haunting throughout the year! The tour begins at Grape Vine Springs Winery (409 S. Main. St.) and your ticket includes a glass of wine upon your return to the winery after the tour. Call the winery at 817-329-1011 for days and times and to reserve your spot on the tour.

*Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure time.

For more information, visit www.GrapevineTexasUSA.com.

Learn abut Smartphone apps at APPY HOUR October 30

22688657_10155801050867328_4582191269385942160_nIt’s time for APPY HOUR! This informational class will dig into some of the most popular apps that are standard on the iPhone: notes, calendar, reminders, weather, keychain, iBooks, and voice memo. Other popular apps will be discussed and you’ll learn how to find and download them from the App Store. Bring your iPhone 5, 6, or 7 to class. Register at GoGrapevine.com for our class on October 30!

DFW makes regional pitch for second Amazon headquarters

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Dallas and Fort Worth leaders submitted a regional pitch to try to convince Amazon to build its second headquarters in North Texas.

The bids were due Thursday. The Dallas Regional Chamber and the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce said leaders worked together to submit a proposal for the whole metropolitan area.

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