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  1. Student Virtual Art Exhibit

    April 23, 2020, 12:00 PM

    Created to give budding creative artists in our community an outlet during school closures, this weekly exhibit showcases some amazing young talent. Students of all ages and locations are invited to submit work to Amy at apagan@plano.gov. Live at noon on Plano Arts & Events on Facebook.

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  2. Amy Barnes: We Should Hang Out - Postponed to Friday, Oct. 9

    April 23, 2020, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Courtyard Theater

    You know how you are always saying to your friends "we should hang out" and then you don't? Here's your chance to actually do it. Put Girls' Night Out on the calendar in ink and invite your whole crew to join you. You won't want to miss this fun night of laughter and music. About Amy Barnes:Engineer turned comedienne, Amy Barnes, started her stand-up career in Seattle, appearing at comedy clubs around town while working days as an engineer in aerospace. It wasn’t long before she had to choose between the two career paths and, in a striking blow to the Girls In STEM Movement, she chose comedy. After moving to Los Angeles, she began working as a comedy writer, writing for dozens of comedians and actors, including Jack Black, Bonnie Hunt and Nancy Travis. Amy now resides in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and their 2 kids where she has accumulated some even bigger credits including dance mom, YMCA member, PTA President and CASA.

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