Tucker Hill, a traditional neighborhood development in McKinney, will open its doors – or should we say courtyards – to the community on Saturday, June 8, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for “Courtyards, Concerts & Cars.” This new event will feature six resident courtyards on tour, plus model homes, along with a free “old meets new” car show hosted by Pat Lobb’s Toyota of McKinney, and a free outdoor concert featuring Counterfeit Radio.

Paid admission is only required for the Courtyard Garden Tour. Guests will enjoy not only the beauty of themed gardens like a Texas Parks & Wildlife certified “Texas Wildscapes” or “Water Feature Focus,” but can also interact with Collin County Master Gardeners available in each garden to answer questions. In addition, each garden will either feature live musicians and/or tasty treats for sampling.

The free car show and outdoor concert, which will be set up along Percy Drive and make use of the Lawn Chair Amphitheatre, will take place simultaneously with the garden tour and will be free for all who attend. Pat Lobb’s Toyota of McKinney will be grilling and giving away free hamburgers and hot dogs while supplies last and the Tucker Hill Hospitality Committee will raise funds for their activities by selling drinks, chips and home-baked goodies.

Advanced, discounted tickets to view the courtyards are $8 if purchased on-line through the McKinney Performing Arts Center (beneficiary) website or at the Tucker Hill Development Office. Same day admission will be $10, cash or check only. This is a rain-or-shine event. For more details, go to tuckerhilltx.com.