Keeping Denton Beautiful Made Easy




The 23rd annual Denton Redbud Festival, hosted by Keep Denton Beautiful (KDB), Inc., will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., April 22, at the Denton Civic Center. As Denton’s official Arbor Day celebration to promoting community beautification there will be dozens of vendor booths with tree and plant sales, gardening supplies, household items and local/handmade products, along with family-friendly activities and live music.

The Denton Tree Initiative is a citywide partnership between KDB and the city of Denton to plant 12,000 trees by 2019. KDB is a nonprofit organization that offers programs in litter prevention, community beautification and tree planting for the benefit of Denton neighborhoods, businesses and residents of all ages.

Location: 321 E. McKinney St. For more information, visit kdb.org and DentonTreeinItiative.com.

 

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