Art in the Square

We look forward to seeing you at Art in the Square – on April 28-30, 2023!
Art in the Square is a three-day juried fine art festival produced by the Southlake Women’s Club. It is held in the Southlake Town Square annually, typically during the last weekend in April. All proceeds from this event are donated to local charities benefiting women, children, and families. To date, we have dispersed over $3M in funds in the last 20+ years.

Attended by tens of thousands of visitors and over 150 artists each year, Art in the Square also features two stages with fabulous entertainment, a bistro walk with plenty of food and beverages, a fun zone for teens and ‘tweens, and a younger children’s area sure to delight kids and parents. The Southlake Women’s Club is proud to provide three days of quality family fun—with no admission fee.

School Supply Sale

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School supply packs will be delivered directly to the address you provide via UPS for a flat $5 fee.

If you order by the deadline, shipments will be delivered the week of August 2-6. If you will not be home or in town during that week, please arrange for a friend or neighbor to collect your package.  All bulk supplies will be delivered directly to your child’s class (wipes, etc.)

All proceeds go directly back to the participating schools.

Ordering of school supplies for the 2022-2023 school year runs April 28th through June 5th. UPDATE - DEADLINE HAS PASSED

The following schools are participating in the 2022-2023 School Supply Sale:

  • Carroll Elementary
  • Old Union Elementary
  • Walnut Grove Elementary
  • Johnson Elementary
  • Durham Intermediate
  • Eubanks Intermediate
  • Dawson Middle
  • Carroll Middle
  • Blended Preschool (Rockenbaugh, Carroll, Old Union)

The Southlake Women’s Club annual School Supply Sale has been serving CISD parents and teachers for over 25 years by providing pre-packaged, CISD-approved school supplies. This annual event has now raised over $500,000, which is distributed directly back to the participating schools. The funds are used by the schools to provide materials necessary for curriculum enrichment. Scholarship packets are also provided to students with financial need.