In addition to serving more than 20 varieties of donuts and other treats, The Daily Donut food truck supports the Anderson family’s commitment to feeding the homeless and other community service projects.
If you see men hoisting cinder blocks, jumping walls and doing other fast-paced exercises at the Canyon Falls Club on early mornings, it’s the F3 Eagle’s Nest group, part of a global phenomenon fostering fitness, fellowship and faith. Because most of the men in the group are dads, the name is inspired by our Argyle ISD Eagles.
Volunteering with the NCPAA, a nonprofit citizens group that supports the Northlake Police Department, “fits me like a glove,” says Canyon Falls resident Richard Limato. Being active in the group has given him the chance to meet new friends and raise funds for worthy causes such as Snack Packs for Kids.
Canyon Falls resident Dana Thornburg is the executive director of the nonprofit Food Saved Me Institute. Based in Southlake, it teaches nutrition and healthy eating in North Texas and across the globe.
One of the newest families in Canyon Falls, Rhea, husband Volkan and Pomeranian Uboo fit right into our dog-loving community. Rhea is meeting new neighbors through her business, Luxe Paws Mobile Pet Spa.
As parents of three kids, Heather and Greg Marsh know the importance of eating fresh veggies. With their vertical farming company Boterna, these Canyon Falls residents are helping families across North Texas enjoy fresh, pesticide-free leafy greens.
Chris and Nikole Yates were inspired to start their mobile beer fridge, Y8S Taps, after admiring the roving Bubble Bus bar at a Canyon Falls event. After taking delivery of their custom-built 18-foot trailer, their new business is thriving, serving craft beers and cocktails at events in Canyon Falls and throughout North Texas.
From wine and poker to business networking, Canyon Falls has resident-led social clubs focusing on many different interests. And if you don’t find a club that celebrates your passion, Canyon Falls will help you start one.
Tim and Mary Jo Votaw moved to Canyon Falls to downsize after their four kids graduated from college. For this next phase of life, Tim is amping up his role as vocalist and acoustic guitarist for the classic rock cover band Vinyl Revue, which recently made its Canyon Falls debut at the Hay Barn.
As a father of five and grandfather of seven, Canyon Falls resident Jim Thomas knows the importance of reading for young minds. That’s one reason why he volunteers to keep the community’s two Little Free Library locations well-stocked and lovingly maintained for kids and adults.
As a relatively new resident of Canyon Falls, Stephen Ford is excited about employing his executive leadership experience and past HOA board service to help make Canyon Falls an even better place to live. Stephen relocated to North Texas and Canyon Falls two years ago with this wife, Prinshell.
The Touring Chocolatier recently visited Canyon Falls for our Wine & Chocolate Pairing event, and you can taste their sweet confections at their nearby Northlake store. Owner Sue Thibodeaux makes everything from truffles and hot cocoa bombs, and offers classes for kids and adults.
With five of their six grandkids living in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Karen and Irvin Thomas joined a growing national trend of “baby chasers” when they decided to relocate from Lubbock. Now, their grandkids visit so often, they have a whole new set of friends in Canyon Falls.
Since starting her job as a crossing guard at the new Argyle South Elementary School in Canyon Falls, Linda Williams has been showered with Pop-Tarts, chocolates, water and other goodies. But the biggest reward is the daily love she receives from students, parents and motorists.
With her new business, It’s Time for Wine, Canyon Falls resident Vi Hill is sharing her love of wine with neighbors, groups and companies. Using her extensive training and research, she hopes to demystify wine and make it accessible for everyone to enjoy.
A few years ago, Canyon Falls neighbors came together to rescue Chloe, who was pregnant and would soon have 8 puppies. This is the story of Cloud, one of those puppies, who’s living a great life with his Canyon Falls family.
Veronica Delic and Christina Goodman have been good friends ever since they became Canyon Falls neighbors in 2018, so it’s no surprise they teamed up for the first-ever Canyon Falls Chili Cook-Off. Their spicy recipe won first prize and forever bragging rights.
An award-winning pitmaster and professionally trained chef, Canyon Falls resident David House knows BBQ. Because we can enjoy cooking and eating outside much of the year in Texas, we asked David to share some of his top BBQ tips, and he generously agreed.
After searching for two years, the House family of Flower Mound couldn’t find a home that offered the space they wanted, fit their price range, and didn’t need expensive repairs and updates. And then they found Canyon Falls.
This self-taught baker has turned her cookie creativity into a thriving side gig, which she plans to continue after she returns to work as a nurse. Her Canyon Falls neighbors are loving her decorate-it-yourself cookie kits.
When more than twice as many residents as expected showed up for the first activity of the new Canyon Falls Empty Nesters Club, Dee and Jeff Garncarz knew they had struck a chord in their new community. See what’s planned ahead for this fast-growing social group.
Relocating to Dallas from Kansas City, the McLaughlins had no idea they would become the 1,000th family to move into Canyon Falls. Their special gift basket was an added surprise next to their top priorities – choosing a strong school district for their son, and finding the right-sized new home in a neighborly community near Michael’s new job.
One of the first residents of Canyon Falls, Ronnie Sunker has earned a reputation as the community’s unofficial photographer, capturing beautiful sunsets and wildlife as his family enjoys their daily walks along the trails.