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Austin Ranch
6900 Sumner St.
The Colony, TX 75056
Phone: (972) 820-8000
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Austin Ranch is an up-scale, master planned community flourishing with homes, offices, retail, restaurants, trails and world-renowned art pieces encompassed in a serene area of rolling hills, towering oaks and scenic views. While you’re visiting The Colony, be sure to stop by to appreciate their captivating collection featuring more than 15 pieces created by an accumulation of brilliant artists. For more information on specific pieces and their locations, please visit their website.

Lakeside Arts Foundation
P.O Box 560532
The Colony, TX 75056
Phone: (972) 625-1726

Lakeside Arts Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the community through the arts including theatre productions, painting and drawing classes, children’s theatrical productions and seasonal musical events. The Kaleidoscapes (pictured above) were donated by the Lakeside Arts Foundation. Please visit to learn more about their upcoming projects.

Lakeside Community Theatre
6303 Main Street
The Colony, TX 75056
Phone: (214) 801-4869

Lakeside Community Theatre has been entertaining The Colony with various theatrical productions since 2001 and exists exclusively for charitable, artistic and educational purposes. Astounding performances are brought to you courtesy of The Colony citizens.  Check out the upcoming show today!  Visit

The Colony Playhouse
P.O. Box 561146
The Colony, TX 75056
Phone: (972) 625-1726

The Colony Playhouse is a new children’s theatre program designed to enrich, educate and entertain the community by providing a superior experience in theatre and performing arts. Enjoy a myriad of fun entertainment produced for the entire family. Be sure to catch the next show. For details on performance locations, please visit

Stained Glass Unlimited
7332 Main St.
The Colony, TX 75056
Phone: (972) 625-3416

This unique shop creates custom stained glass windows and beveled, etched art glass for the entire community. Be sure to experience their show room, public art pieces on display in front of The Colony City Hall or sign up for instructional classes covering topics such as copper foil, lead, lamps and fusing.

Whimsey & Grace
4750 S. Colony Blvd.
The Colony, TX 75056
Phone: (214) 469-1094

This is the perfect location for all ages to express their creativity through paint your own pottery, canvas painting and crafting classes. Host a private party, birthday party or meet new people at ladies night. Whimsey & Grace offers a variety of classes and camps, art school, party center and private rooms.


The Colony Public Library – Local History Collection
6800 Main St.
The Colony, TX 75056
Phone: (972) 625-1900

The Colony Public Library’s Local History Collection focuses on the rich heritage and history of the area of southeast Denton County that is now The Colony. The collection offers researchers, genealogists and the general public the opportunity to access a wide range of historical documents, photographs and electronic resources, as well as the largest collection of historical Denton County and Peters Colony maps in the area. For more information or to view the collection, please visit The Colony Public Library.

Henry Oliver Hedgecoxe

Henry Oliver Hedgecoxe, pictured to the left, was hired by Willis Stewart in approximately 1845 to be the office manager and chief surveyor for the Peters Colony Land Grant Company, whose headquarters were in the present-day area of The Colony. On July 16, 1852, armed colonists raided the Peters Colony offices, where they seized Hedgecoxe’s files and ordered him to leave the settlement. This event later became known as the Hedgecoxe War. Please visit The Colony Public Library to find out why the colonists exiled Hedgecoxe. Photo courtesy of the Plano Public Library.

Bridges Cemetery

6421 Morning Star Dr.

The gravestones pictured to the left are those of Mildred Bridges and her youngest son, David C. Bridges and are located at Bridges Cemetery in The Colony. The cemetery is named after the Bridges family, John and Mildred and their sons, David and William, who settled in the area in 1843. Photo courtesy of Megan Charters.