Vote today for McKinney Main Street and MPAC in national competition; Historic Good Times in Downtown McKinney

Vote to secure grant funding to help maintain McKinney Performing Arts Center
McKinney’s Main Street program has been named a participant of the Partners in Preservation: Main Streets campaign.

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The public is encouraged to vote daily at to help Main Street McKinney secure $150,000 in grant funding to “Polish Our Gem” and help maintain the McKinney Performing Arts Center (MPAC).

MPAC is the only building nominated in Texas and the only courtroom-turned-theater in the running, making this a truly unique opportunity for McKinney.

The online voting portal, hosted by National Geographic Travel, is open through Oct. 31. You may vote up to five times each day.

Historic Good Times in Downtown McKinney
Main Street McKinney will host an open house event for the public on Oct. 6-7 called Historic Good Times in Downtown McKinney. Weekend activities include:

Friday, Oct. 6: A free concert with Maylee and the Mayor along with special guest Jon Christopher Davis. Maylee Thomas and Mayor George Fuller will rock the Courtroom Theater with lots of fun giveaways. Reservations requested.

Saturday, Oct. 7: Head downtown for the block party from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and enjoy free entertainment, food and activities. There will be no street closures—all activities will occur on the MPAC lawn.

At 8 p.m., laugh along with Broadway’s Next Hit Musical, an all-improvised comedy show where every song is fresh, every scene is new and every night is different. Tickets are $15-25.

🙂 Encourage your best friends by challenging them to a friendly contest with you to see which of you can vote the most in the next five days! Your votes this week could make a difference in supporting McKinney’s hometown way of life – Brian Bearden

VOTE NOW at to help Main Street McKinney secure $150,000 in grant funding to “Polish Our Gem” and help maintain the McKinney Performing Arts Center (MPAC).




About Brian Bearden

The mission of Collin County Magazine is to connect the cities of Allen, Frisco, McKinney and Plano along with the surrounding areas in Collin County as it grows from a small farming community into one of the fastest-growing regions in the United States. Our goal is to help local charities and non-profits get their message out. We also offer inexpensive but effective advertising solutions if you want to reach your active, engaged neighbors. Disclaimer: Our website survives on donations and advertising. If you purchase a product or service from a link on this website we may be compensated.
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