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Since 2009, Lantana Living Magazine has been the go-to source for all things concerning the Lantana Lifestyle. Smart and fun, worldly and wise, Lantana Living celebrates all that is good in Lantana, from the wonderful restaurants and shopping to the excellent schools. Lantana Living shines an exclusive spotlight on the amazing businesses and people that make our community the place we love.

Upcoming Events

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Twinkle Light Parade: Dec 1st

It’s time again for our annual Lake Grapevine Twinkle Light Parade. Here’s your chance to win a VIP parking spot

Holiday Fair: Dec 1st

On Saturday, December 1st, from 9:00am-3:oopm, Lantana Community Church will be hosting a Holiday Craft & Vendor Fair. There will

Horse Drawn Carriage Rides: Dec 1st

Can you hear the sleigh bells jinglin? The Shops at Highland Villages is offering complimentary horse drawn carriage rides around

Inside Community

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Holiday Craft & Vendor Fair

On December 1st, Lantana Community Church will be hosting a Lantana Community Holiday Craft & Vendor Fair from 9:00am-3:00pm. Vendors and crafters are invited to share and sell their creations while the community is encouraged to do some Christmas shopping

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Your Guide To Eating Out Healthy

by Jesse J. Leyva, Owner of Jesse James Fit  & Outlaw Fitcamp JesseJamesFit.com | OutlawFitcamp.com Appetizers: Appetizers are a great way

Texas: The Leader in Residential Architecture

by Mike Love ML Group, LLC 972.355.8700 MLGroupTexas.com As far back as I can recall, California has been considered the

Why You Should Organize Your Holiday Decorations

by Crystal Nerpel Cloud Nine Organizing Cloudnineorganizing.com Being organized always saves time, money, and frustration. This even applies to your

Editor's Pick

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Changing The Stigma of Mental Health

by Susan Neuhalfen You might remember #22Kill from the Push-Up Challenge that swept social media a few years back. People all over the world were doing 22 push-ups to bring awareness that on average 22 veterans per day commit suicide. 

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