Delilah Van Buren

A Real Estate Agent at Millenium Global Real Estate LLC

Delilah Van Buren

Millenium Global Real Estate LLC

A Real Estate Agent based in Northern Michigan University

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Local Events

Local Events

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Every winter, Marquette hosts the UP 200 Sled dog races. The UP 200 is one of the top mid-distance races in the entire Midwest, it is also an Iditarod qualifier. This trail covers 240 miles of land, from Marquette to Grand Marias, and back again. There are also many other winter events that happen in and around Marquette each year.

 
Traffic & Commuting

Traffic & Commuting

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This campus, located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan really has no trouble with traffic. Marquette is the largest city by population in the U.P, with 21,355 individuals. The main campus is located between Lincoln Ave and N 4th St, it’s right near the Hospital which makes it easy to find. Most people live in the city proper, or in neighboring cities such as Ishpeming - but because the areas around Marquette are so small, most people choose to live nearby where stores are. If you’re staying away from Marquette, taking US-41 or M-28 will be your quickest route in.

 
Demographics

Demographics

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As of the 2010 census there was 65,239 people living inside the city limits. On campus there were 1,422 individuals working toward an undergraduate degree. The majority of folks on campus are caucasian women. In the city proper the gender makeup is split more evenly. In an interesting statistic, 42% of residents were not born in Maryland, but elsewhere so if you’re from out of state you might meet somebody that can reminisce about your home state with you.

 
Restaurants

Restaurants

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Coblentz dining hall on campus does offer some food and meals for the student body, however if you’re interesting in something else you have plenty of options to choose from. Cacique Restaurant on nearby Market Street serves delicious spanish eats that might delight your tastebuds. Volt is another place on Market Street, serving modern American cuisine. The restaurant is actually a contemporized 1890s mansion which makes it even more spectacular. This might be a little bit pricey, but worth it. Market Street has a number of different restaurants and it’s only a few minutes drive from campus.

 
Economy and Jobs

Economy and Jobs

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There are an array of jobs to fit whatever line of work you’re in. The city’s economic heavyweights include manufacturing, food processing, oil refining, financial services. health care, biotechnology, and tourism. Several Fortune 500 companies make their home in Philly. The unemployment rate hovers around 8% but don’t let that discourage you, there are plenty of companies hiring in the area.

 
Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety

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Only reports of crime on campus are in the property crime category, but even then there aren’t very many and that’s very good considering the size of Philadelphia. There are a total of 7,623 police officers patrolling the streets of Philly, that’s roughly 5.3 officers per 1000 residents. That statistic is 209% greater than the Pennsylvania average. Philadelphia’s crime index is 30% lower than that National average, that’s not too shabby for a big city.

 
Recreation

Recreation

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Plenty of things to do in Champaign, such as paying a visit to the Krannert Art Museum. There you will find many different exhibits from many different types of periods of art. Very nice museum for the smallish town. In the mood for a hockey game? Then you might be able to catch the University of Illinois’ hockey team battling it out on the ice. In the Summer to cool down you can head out to the Sholem Aquatic Center, a great place for families to enjoy water slides and a lazy river.

 
Traffic & Commuting

Traffic & Commuting

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Located at 2400 West Bradley Ave in Champaign, Illinois - the commute to campus is not a bad one. Easy access from I-57 and I-72, the campus is in a pretty decent location. If the interstates are not your thing to travel on, side streets such as Mattis Ave, Bloomington Rd, and Parkland Way can help you get to campus in a timely fashion.

 
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

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Romeoville, a small suburb of Chicago can make for hairy commutes to and from Chicago. However, the Metra Train System connects suburban cities such as Romeoville to the big city. There are three nearby train stations to the campus, Joliet Union Station, Lockport Train Station and Downer’s Grove Station. The Pace Bus, route 834 services Romeoville and Lewis University as well, so take a look at their schedules and see what is best for you.

 
Apartment Costs

Apartment Costs

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If you want a furnished place, with access to cable, internet, and telephone - you could choose simply to stay on campus. However, if you want a bit more freedom this college community offers a number of apartments to choose from. The average rent for a studio apartment will run you about $920 per month, and if you’re looking to have a place filled with roomates a three bedroom apartment runs about $1,499 - split that three ways and it would be roughly $500 per person. Not too terrible depending on your financial situation.

 
Weather

Weather

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Since Fond Du Lac is pretty far north and kind of near Lake Michigan, one would think they would get a lot of snow. Sure they get some but the average snowfall only gets to 37 inches per year. Not too bad, very comfortable for the native Midwesterner. Average temps dip below freezing in the Winter, but record lows bottom out well into the negative digits. In 1951 the lowest temperature recorded was 41 degrees below zero, yes -41 degrees! Keep extra coats and sweatshirts at your apartment if you live here! Record high temperatures can creep past 100 degrees, in 1995 it ballooned to 103 degrees in Fond Du Lac - so make sure you have an air conditioner too... just in case.

 
Nightlife

Nightlife

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There isn’t much within walking distance, probably because this particular school is affiliated with the Roman Catholic church. However, if you’re looking just to relax a bit and partake in a drink of alcoholic nature Schnickelfritz on South Main might be the stop you’re looking for, it features live music a few days a week, as well as jukebox to pump out some jams while you’re sipping a cocktail. Looking for something a bit more upscale, the Trinity might be fitting for you. Modern twists on old classics and a good selection of microbrews might make you smile.

 
Local Events

Local Events

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There are all kinds of special events going on at OCCC, the North East Watercolor Society 2013 Members are having a show on campus in Feb 2013. You can also see many one-act plays, and special plays put on by local talent.Orange county holds a farmer’s market year round, so you can get produce even when it’s cold out. They even have a Groundhog Day celebration every year at Bear Mountain not far from Middletown.

 
Demographics

Demographics

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On this medium-sized campus there is a total of 5,671 undergrads seeking higher education. The gender breakdown is as follows 57% are women and 43% are men. The racial breakdown is mixed with 66% being Caucasian, 15% being Hispanic and 10% are African American. The town itself has similar statistics, 69% are Caucasian, 25% are Hispanic and 14% are African American. The town has a little over 25,000 people in it - not a small town but not a booming metropolis either. The median age in Middletown is right in the middle - age 33. How fitting.

 
Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety

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he campus has very few reports of crime over the past 3 years, only 8 reports of crime occurred on campus. In Bellingham, the crime index is 21% higher than the Washington state average and 24% higher than the National average. Overall Bellingham is safer than 17.8% of cities in the United States, and the crime rate is less than 13% of the cities in the state of Washington. Statistics show that the chance of being a victim of a violent crime in Bellingham is 1 in 288.

 
Restaurants

Restaurants

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Bellingham, Washington has great ethnic food if you want to have a bite to eat that isn’t from a fast food chain. Mexican, Indian, Thai, Italian, Chinese can all be found in Bellingham. Close to campus you can find good Vietnamese food at The Soy House, or at Pho Ly - both of which are less than a mile from campus. Also close by is a Mexican restaurant named Lorenzo’s Authentic Mexican Restaurant, patrons rave about the guacamole and the chips and salsa. You can always get your standard American fare at Billy McHale’s on Meridian Street, burgers, steaks, etc.

 
Economy and Jobs

Economy and Jobs

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The biggest employer is in the medical field in Orange. The top three employers are UC Irvine Medical Center, St Joseph Hospital and Children’s Hospital of Orange County. The income per capita in the city is 4.2% greater than the California average, at $31,653. However, the median household income in 19% greater than the California average, at $76,742. Counseling services on campus help students find career information to prepare for a life outside of college.

 
Apartment Costs

Apartment Costs

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California, overall, is an expensive place to live. The average studio apartment will run you $1,028 in the city of Orange. A three bedroom apartment rents at an average $2,370 a month. What’s interesting about the area is that many of the homes in its Old Town District were built pre-1920, many other towns in the area demolished the old construction in the 1960s - you might be able to rent a room in one of these older buildings if it becomes available.

 
Recreation

Recreation

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What isn’t there to do in New York City? You can head over to the theatre district and catch a show. Or, if you’re a little strapped for cash, you can catch many of the free television shows that are taped on a daily basis. You should get tickets in advance, but they are free. You can see shows such as Late Show With David Letterman, The Colbert Report or The Daily Show. Sometimes you can get lucky and get a ticket if you wait in the stand-by line. Go on their various websites and request tickets for at least a month ahead of time.

 
Traffic & Commuting

Traffic & Commuting

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You probably don’t want to commute in traffic in New York City. The streets are littered with cabs, people and the most inconvenient is that the streets are one way. There is also a big hassle that comes with finding a place to park - so your best bet would be to take the Subway or catch an MTA bus to get around town and get to campus. You can also hail down one of the many cabs rolling down the streets of the city.

 
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

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New Paltz offers a Loop Bus that travels in a loop around town, making stops at SUNY in 4 different locations. One at HAB Circle at Rt 32, Southside Loop at Huguenot Ct, South Rd at Hawk Dr, and Southside Loop at South Rd. There isn’t any Saturday or Sunday service, so keep that in mind. The bus makes stop at various intervals throughout the day, which end around 10pm on the weekdays. The campus also offers tickets on Trailways buses which can take you to NYC, White Plains, Albany and Canada.

 
Weather

Weather

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New Paltz, New York is a town with varying temperatures. It can get very cold in the winter, but pretty warm in the Summer. Highest temperatures in the summer can reach 83 degrees on average, however records have zoomed up to 100 degrees. On the other side of the spectrum, in the winter, record lows have gotten down to a blistering -27 degrees! Talk about cold! The average snowfall isn’t too bad since the town is in the lowlands, it hovers around 21 inches of snowfall a year. Unfortunately the number of rain days outnumber the average of clear days.

 
Nightlife

Nightlife

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St Charles has many, many things to do at night. They have a casino nearby - the Ameristar Casino where you can have a good time and perhaps strike it rich. If you feel like hearing some good music and having a good time check out the Baha Rock Club on 305 North Main Street. At Baha you can also partake in some karaoke, a fun time for everyone! With many brew pubs, dance bars, irish bars and martini bars around town - you will never be thirsty.

 
Demographics

Demographics

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This medium sized campus boasts 7,175 undergrads, 60% of them are women and 40% are men. The majority of the campus is Caucasian, however 31% of students didn’t report their race so that number is unknown. In St. Charles there are a total of 65,794 people living within the city’s borders, which actually up about 5,000 individuals from what was reported on the 2000 census. The median age of the city is 36.6 years.

 
Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety

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The campus itself is relatively safe with only one arrest and only 5 reports of crime on campus. Crime in San Antonio, unfortunately is 111% higher than the Texas Average and 2% higher than the national average. San Antonio is safer than 5% of the cities in the nation. Over the last few years, however, crime has fallen in almost all categories so that is definitely a plus.

 
Restaurants

Restaurants

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San Antonio, Texas has many choices for dining - especially near the Palo Alto campus. Uncle Barney’s Old Fashion Hamburgers has great burgers, and your option of steak fries or tots. That place is just a few dashes down the road from campus. You can always treat yourself to a dish at The Olive Garden down the road, or the Del Rio Tortilla factory has some good options if you’re into a bit of Mexican flavor. Nearby there is also a Dennys, Church’s Chicken and Dominos.

 
Economy and Jobs

Economy and Jobs

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Ann Arbor is very up-and-coming with new businesses. Google has recently (within the last number of years) established an office there which makes for a lot of new jobs opening up in the area. The University itself employs about 30,000 workers, including another 12,000 at their medical center. GM and Visteon employ a lot of residents in the area as well, so that would be wise to check out some of those employers for work. Domino’s Pizza HQ is also located in Ann Arbor, another top employer. Ann Arbor’s unemployment rate is 5.5%, below the national average.

 
Recreation

Recreation

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Hail to the victors, valiant! Hail to the conquering heroes! Hail! Hail! To Michigan the leaders and best! You can sing out those words loudly when you head on over to The Big House to watch the maize and blue take on historic opponents. Wolverine’s football is some of the best entertainment one can have in Ann Arbor, but it’s definitely not limited to that. Ann Arbor has a lovely botanical garden just outside of campus where you can stroll through the gardens and enjoy a lovely array of scenery. U of M’s exhibit of Natural History is also a great place to spend the day looking at a vast dinosaur fossil collection, and even enjoying a show at the planetarium.

 
Local Events

Local Events

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There are plenty of special events happening in Salt Lake City. You can always catch a Utah Jazz came at the EnergySolutions Arena if you’re into basketball. There are plenty of festivals, such a Mardi Gras celebration going on in Feb 2013 at The Complex. Garden Fest is also going on, it’s an on-going event every Saturday at the Grace Lutheran Church & School. The Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center has many events going on all the time, check out the calendar for more details.

 
Apartment Costs

Apartment Costs

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Salt Lake City, Utah has plenty of apartments to choose from. Rental data shows that average prices are slightly higher than neighboring communities, but not by much. The average price of a studio apartment in the city runs about $500-700 per month. A three bedroom - two bath will run you, on average $975-1,300 a month. You can always live on campus at Westminster, but that might end up costing you more in the long run.

 
Traffic & Commuting

Traffic & Commuting

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Commuting, especially if you have a 6pm or 9am class can be dreadful. If you’re headed out from the eastern suburbs to the Orchard Ridge campus be mindful of I-696 during that time. It is frequently congested and littered with accidents.It sometimes is faster if you take 11 mile road out to Orchard Lake Rd to get to campus depending on the time. Obviously it’s better if you live closer to the campus you are attending. Getting to the Royal Oak campus from Farmington Hills during peak traffic times can take you forever, especially if you’re traveling via I-696 or the Lodge Freeway.

 
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

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Located all around Oakland County, these suburban Detroit campuses have adequate public transportation to each campus from Orchard Ridge to Royal Oak. Served by SMART buses, it is easy to find your way to campus. However, be mindful some buses stop running just after the last class at night (around 10pm) so don’t miss your bus! Orchard Ridge campus is serviced by routes 400, 385, 740 and 851. Auburn Hills has routes 756. Royal Oak is serviced by routes 430, 450, and 460. Southfield’s campus is serviced by route 710.

 
Recreation

Recreation

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This town in Texas has a few things to keep your entertained over your long weekend. The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion has great shows when the weather is good, this is an outdoor concert venue. From seeing big time starts to small local talent, you can’t miss by going here. Take a stroll to Market Street, they have upscale eateries and fine shops if that suits your fancy. There is a nature preserve nearby if you want to just relax and take in a bit of wilderness.

 
Restaurants

Restaurants

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There are plenty of chow-joints located in and around The Woodlands, Texas. Honey-Bee Ham & Deli, located in nearby Spring (but only a few miles down the road) serves some good solid meats and has signature ham sandwich. For something slightly different try Skeeter’s Mesquite Grill, their burgers are Mesquite grilled which gives them a unique yet delicious flavor. If you’re a health-food nut, try Pure Healthy Eatery, vegan and health-conscious food served daily!

 
Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety

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Mahwah is lucky in the face that the number of violent crime has been on the decrease in the last 10 years. Also, the city’s violent crime rate was lower than the New Jersey average by 96%! Larceny and theft top the list of the number of crimes committed in the township’s borders. On campus, there have been numerous drug and liquor law violation related arrests, but personal and property crime have been low.

 
Weather

Weather

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Just like all weather in the northern United States, Summer are warm, Winters are cold. Average temperature for July is around 84 degrees, and in January 36 degrees is the normal average temperature. On average it rains 3-4 inches per month in Mahwah, New Jersey - which makes it kind of wet. The most precipitation falls in June. Of course living in the north you can break some cold records, one was broken in 1994 with a temperature of -11 degrees Fahrenheit.

 
Demographics

Demographics

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This small campus boasts 4,347 undergrads, where 64% are women and 36% are men. The campus racial makeup is about 58% Caucasian and 33% Hispanic. Population of Victoria, Texas hovers around 62,500 souls. This population is actually up 3.5% since 2000. In Victoria 71% of the population speaks English and 27% speak Spanish. For every 100 females in Victoria, there are 92 males to give you an idea of the gender makeup in the area.

 
Nightlife

Nightlife

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There are plenty of hotspots in Victoria, Texas to hang out after a long day. The Pumphouse Riverside Restaurant and Bar is a great place to get some fried mac-n-cheese and some beers, a great place to relax. If you like sports, head on over to Sports - a bar with a giant video wall to watch the big game. If you’re looking for something a bit more upbeat, check out the Cactus Canyon - you can dance and have a good time at this club that’s tagline is “Country with a kick!”.

 
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

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HFCC is served by SMART (Suburban Mobile Authority for Regional Transportation) and DDOT (Detroit Department of Transportation) buses. Riding the #60 Evergreen route bus will get you the HFCC’s campus at various intervals throughout the day. You can also make many connections to and from DDOT/SMART buses to get to your destination. HFCC also offers a discounted bus pass with student ID. Bus passes range from $14.40 for a weekly pass to $49.50 for a monthly pass.

 
Traffic & Commuting

Traffic & Commuting

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Commuting in Metro Detroit can almost certainly be a pain during rush hour. Located on Evergreen Road in Dearborn, Michigan - traffic can get a bit hairy depending on when your class is. Ford Road tends to be a big mess even when it isn’t rush hour, same goes for Telegraph Rd (There always seems to be construction!). Both roads can help you get to campus. You can also take the Southfield Freeway which might be faster if you’re coming from work in the suburbs.

 
Economy and Jobs

Economy and Jobs

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Moorpark has a very good outlook on job availability, with a 5% unemployment rate. Also, the median household income in a whopping $101,962 - which is almost twice the national average. The poverty level in town is 48& less than the California average and 43% less than the National average. Not too bad. Top employers in the area are Moorpark Unified School District, Moorpark College itself, Pentair Pool Products, Kavlico and Target.

 
Apartment Costs

Apartment Costs

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Median rent asked in Moorpark, California is $1,672. The average cost of a one bedroom will run a person $1,125 and a two bedroom averages $1,452 per month. If you want even more roommates, then sharing a three bedroom might be cost effective at a total of $2,030 a month. Since most of the students that attend college are local, there is no housing on-campus - however they suggest looking in the Simi Valley or Thousand Oaks area for other housing options.

 
Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety

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Crime in La Verne, California is safer compared to the national average. In fact it’s 49% safer than other cities in the nation. About 630 crimes were committed per the 30,000 residents of La Verne over the last calendar year. The chance of being a victim of crime in the city is 1 in 49. On campus there were no drug or alcohol violations reported, but there were 23 instances of property crime. Another interesting statistic is that the violent crime rate is 56% lower than the California average.

 
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

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If you’re looking to get to campus via public transportation, you’re in luck, you can find your way via rail or via bus. Using California’s MetroLink you can get to campus by getting off at the station located at 205 Santa Fe St in Pomona, and if you want to get closer to campus you can catch the bus run by Foothill Transit and get off at the stop at Bonita and D Street.

 
Demographics

Demographics

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There are 59,511 people living in Conway as of the 2010 Census. That’s up 37% from 2000! In the city, 95% speak English while 3% speak Spanish, which is a little bit under the national average. The racial make-up of the city if roughly 84% Caucasian and 12% African American, with the rest of the racial make-up being scattered.

 
Restaurants

Restaurants

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Plenty of places in Conway, Arkansas to calm a rumbling tummy. The Smokehouse BBQ has a variety of barbecue fare such as pulled pork, beef, and chicken. Locals also rave about the hot sauce that they serve here. Conway also sports an Italian/Pizza joint called Due Amiche, a hidden gem that serves great food at great prices. Those places aren’t for you? You can always visit the number of Burger, Chinese and American joints nearby.

 
Restaurants

Restaurants

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Plenty of places in Conway, Arkansas to calm a rumbling tummy. The Smokehouse BBQ has a variety of barbecue fare such as pulled pork, beef, and chicken. Locals also rave about the hot sauce that they serve here. Conway also sports an Italian/Pizza joint called Due Amiche, a hidden gem that serves great food at great prices. Those places aren’t for you? You can always visit the number of Burger, Chinese and American joints nearby.

 
Weather

Weather

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Hot Summers and warm Winters best describe Denton, Texas. The average high in the Summers can range from 88 to 91 degrees, and in the Winter the average highs hover around 60 degrees. Summer records blast past the 100 degree mark, setting a record at a scorching 113 degrees in 1936. Texas gets the most rain right before Summer and right after the start of Fall. If you enjoy very hot weather, this is the spot for you. However, make sure you pick up an air conditioner first!

 
Recreation

Recreation

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Denton, Texas has some great things to see and dow. At Texas Woman’s University there is the Texas First Ladies Historic Costume Collection which features a vast array of gowns worn by the first ladies of Texas.It also houses authentic garments of the governors of Texas. It also houses gowns worn by First Ladies of the Nation such as Mamie Eisenhower and Lady Bird Johnson. Another place to see is the Denton County African American Museum. This museum is home to items belonging to families who lived in the African American community of Quakertown in Denton.

 

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