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The Mark Cuban Heroes Basketball Center will offer free mini family portrait sessions on Saturday (Dec. 3) plus a holiday extravaganza/food drive Dec. 13

Capturing memories and bringing holiday cheer to families,Center Table Winter Harvest – presented by The Mark Cuban Foundation, The Dirk Nowitzki Foundation and The Heroes Foundation will feature a free Christmas mini family portrait session Saturday, Dec. 3, from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. along with a holiday extravaganza and food distribution event Tuesday, Dec. 13, from 9:30-11:30 a.m. The festivities will take place at the Mark Cuban Heroes Basketball Center, located at 1800 Bonnie View Rd, Dallas, TX 75216. Both events are free and open to the public.

Registration is recommended for the Dec. 3 mini family portrait session. To sign up, please call 214-379-7451 or email heroesactivities@gmail.com. Otherwise, families will be seen on a first-come, first-served basis.

Pre-registration for the Dec. 13 holiday and food distribution event is NOT required; however, food boxes are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. In partnership with the North Texas Food Bank and the City of Dallas, the drive-up event will offer free food boxes for more than 500 families, plus holiday-themed entertainment, stilt walkers, gifts, prizes and more that are sure to invoke lots of smiles.

Center Table launched in May 2020 to address the tough times many families have faced since the onset of the pandemic. Since then, Center Table events have provided more than 16,800 meals to families and households.

For more info, go to markcubanheroescenter.org or call 214-379-7451.

ABOUT THE MARK CUBAN HEROES BASKETBALL CENTER. The Mark Cuban Heroes Basketball Center is a multi-purpose facility for neighborhood youth and families providing sports and leadership programs. The Center expanded its services to address the critical needs arising during the pandemic related to food insecurity, including the distribution of afterschool snacks, meals and food boxes to neighborhood families.