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Denton Main St. Foundation

 

Dedicated to the preservation of Downtown Denton

 

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Our Mission

To Protect & Preserve Downtown Denton as the cultural heart of our Community

Art

They say there is art in the heart of everyone. In Downtown Denton, we believe that’s true, and honor that through supporting our fine arts programs and growing artists in town.

music

Music is the heartbeat of Downtown Denton. Apart from food, it’s a singular element that can unite individuals in an instant. We want to ensure that energy and thriving beat sustains for generations to come.

history

Denton’s history is rich and complex. Our hope is that we are able to encapsulate those moments and share them with residents and visitors, so that we may remember how unique our town truly is.

community

A town with city limits does not a community make. Committed individuals with a passion for helping others and preserving our culture does, though. Let’s grow and enrich our community, together.

 

 

Art & Music are the heart of Downtown Denton

 

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Margarita Mosey

July 21st 2021

You thought that the Mimosa Hop was fun! Mark your calendars for a our new event The Margarita Mosey in Downtown Denton! All Proceeds benefit the Denton Main Street Foundation, a 501c3 Organization dedicated to the preservation of Downtown Denton.

For safe social distancing please select a check-in time with your purchase of your ticket, in addition we will be sending check-in information to each ticket holder as there will be different check-in locations to limit the number of check-ins to no more than 30 people per time slot per location.

stay tuned for more details including a list of all the stops

Sours: https://www.dentonmainstfoundation.org/

Denton

Poised on a hill overlooking the Choptank River, Denton has a picturesque Courthouse Green surrounded by colonial revival style homes. Downtown Denton’s Museum of Rural Life depicts historical lifestyles of rural Caroline County. The museum includes the Taylor-Brown Dwelling, the Painter’s Range log cabin and portions of the Chance’s Desire and Skillington’s Right properties.

Denton hosts a variety of events throughout the year. The annual Caroline Summerfest in August is a free, family oriented event featuring live entertainment, fine arts and crafts, strolling entertainment, free KidzArt activities, river cruises on the Choptank River, food, vendors, fireworks, hot-rods, and antique car displays.

As Denton is crisscrossed with rivers and one of the best ways to get into the rhythm of the community is to stop by the Choptank River Heritage Center and Joppa Steamboat Wharf in West Denton to rent a canoe or kayak or pick up a copy of the “Choptank & Tuckahoe River Guide” and take advantage of 15 self-guided heritage paddle trips.

 

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Denton margarita mosey

Denton Margarita mosey

July 21st

Announcing the Denton Main Street Foundation’s inaugural Denton Margarita Mosey! During our Margarita Mosey, you will be able to tour around Downtown Denton, checking out local businesses and sampling any one of up to 10 stops with hand-crafted margaritas. Cool off while checking out the latest trends for the summer and enjoy tasty treats. If this is your first time in Downtown Denton, this is the perfect time to head to town and check out our awesome shops, restaurants, public art, and more. If you are a regular in town, take this opportunity to sample a unique, refreshing margarita from your regular haunt!

At each of our Margarita Mosey Stops, you will be treated to a sample of a margarita created especially for this event. After the fun, you will be able to turn in a passport for some door prize drawings and take home your glassware as a memento. We hope you join us for an evening of fun and friends in Downtown Denton. All Proceeds benefit the Denton Main Street Foundation, a 501c3 organization dedicated to the preservation of Downtown Denton.

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Sours: https://www.dentonmainstfoundation.org/events
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Downtown Square in Denton, Texas

Discover the social, artistic, and cultural hub of Denton

Shops, restaurants, bars, event venues, and more line the streets of downtown Denton while many annual events and festivals take place in and around the area. Visitors and residents alike enjoy gathering with friends and family on the courthouse lawn with coffee from Jupiter House, ice cream from Beth Marie's, or perhaps even a bottle of wine from The Chestnut Tree. The Discover Denton Visitor Center, located next to LSA Burger, offers brochures, maps, and gifts to anyone looking to obtain more information about Denton.

History

The Square has been a gathering place for commerce and trade as early as the late 1800s. The earliest known buildings included hardware stores, grocery stores, banks, a saloon, and the opera house where Recycled Books exists today. Much of the historic architecture of the downtown Denton has been preserved or restored, with most of the area holding a place on the National Register of Historic Places through the work of the Denton Main Street Association.

The iconic courthouse that currently stands at the center of the Square was built in 1896 after the first courthouse burned down and the second was struck by lightening. Today the square serves as a reminder of Denton County’s history. It is home to the Courthouse-on-the-Square Museum as well as John B. Denton’s grave. Lectures, exhibits, and community organized events are scheduled at the museum throughout the year, keeping this local gem an active site for experiencing the past. A lesser known talking point with regard to Denton's 1896 Courthouse is that it is allegedly haunted by the ghost of a cowboy who wanders around the top floors at night. The basement also previously incorporated holding cells for prisoners, so there have been allegations from employees and visitors alike of paranormal activity and strange noises throughout the lower levels of the Courthouse.

Contact

Address
110 W. Hickory Street, Denton, TX 76201
Get Directions

There is much to discover in downtown Denton. Check out our businesses, and plan your visit today!

Sours: https://www.discoverdenton.com/things-to-do/attractions/downtown-square/

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