Public events and gatherings have been canceled or postponed because of concerns over the new coronavirus. Email information about your online event or meeting to drc@dentonrc.com

TUESDAY

9 a.m. — Denton County Commissioners Court meeting, via videoconference, will be streamed online at dentoncounty.gov/agenda and www.facebook.com/DentonCountyTX. Listen via phone by calling 1-888-475-4499; for meeting ID, press 764 412 814 #, and for participant ID press #. To speak during the meeting, visit dentoncounty.gov/remote for more information on using Zoom with a computer or smartphone. Fill out a public comment form at apps.dentoncounty.gov/publiccommentform.

WEDNESDAY

Today — First day of FlintConf 2020, hosted by Stoke Denton, brings together entrepreneurs, creatives, freelancers, side hustlers and students to learn how to optimize available resources to start and grow a successful business. The three-day conference will be held virtually via Zoom. Wednesday's focus is hustlers — entrepreneurs, business owners, project managers. Register for $7 for one day, or $15 for all three days. Visit stokedenton.com/events

4-6 p.m. — Drive-thru mobile food pantry at Zera Coffee Co., 420 E. McKinney St. 

THURSDAY

Today — Second day of FlintConf 2020, hosted by Stoke Denton, brings together entrepreneurs, creatives, freelancers, side hustlers and students to learn how to optimize available resources to start and grow a successful business. The three-day conference will be held virtually via Zoom. Thursday's focus is hackers — tech-focused and tech-enabled speakers. Register for $7 for one day, or $15 for all three days. Visit stokedenton.com/events

1 p.m. — Denton City Council special called meeting, online at cityofdenton.com. To comment on agenda items, fill out a virtual white card at at cityofdenton.com/publicmeetings, or call 940-349-7800 beginning at 12:30 p.m. to indicate your desire to speak about a specific agenda item. 

FRIDAY

Today — Final day of FlintConf 2020, hosted by Stoke Denton, brings together entrepreneurs, creatives, freelancers, side hustlers and students to learn how to optimize available resources to start and grow a successful business. The three-day conference will be held virtually via Zoom. Friday's focus is hipsters — creative business owners and people working in art and design. Register for $7 for one day, or $15 for all three days. Visit stokedenton.com/events

TUESDAY, MAY 5

6 a.m.-midnight — North Texas Giving Tuesday Now, an effort to raise funds for local nonprofits during the COVID-19 crisis, at www.northtexasgivingday.org

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