7 Must-See Open Houses This Weekend


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If you’re looking for a home in North Texas, you’ve come to the right place! Even if you’re not, these properties are all open to visitors this weekend and may serve as the perfect inspiration for your next home search.

Lennox Lane
10010 Lennox Lane | Dallas – Preston Hollow | $3,300,0003324 beverly
3324 Beverly Drive | Highland Park | $2,699,000412 lakeway droive
412 Lakeway Drive | Allen – Wimberely Place | $2,650,000
15 stonecourt
15 Stonecourt Drive | Dallas – University Park | $2,100,000
7 grantley
7 Grantley Court | Dallas – Lakewood | $1,175,000
5716 templin way
5716 Templin Way | Plano – Willow Bend | $1,150,000
7146 wildgrove
7146 Wildgrove Avenue | Dallas – Lakewood | $1,375,947

 

To see all the wonderful homes open this weekend, visit EbbyOpenHouses.com

DFW Weekend Round Up (6/4-6/7)


 

 

DFW Weekend Round Up
Music events are the highlights in this edition of the Weekend Round Up. Get the details on those events and more below.

 

Thursday, June 4

Bishop Arts Wine Walk: Travel over to the Bishop Arts District in Oak Cliff and enjoy an evening of shopping, dining and wine. Purchase a $10 wine glass and walk over to the designated wine stops within the district. 6-9 p.m.

 

Twilight Tunes: Kick off the weekend early and visit downtown Denton to hear live music by local bands. This Thursday, hear the country tunes of The Bird Dogs.  The concert is held on the Denton County Courthouse-on-the-Square lawn, so remember to bring a blanket, chairs and bug spray. 6:30-8 p.m. FREE.

 

First Thursday Late Nights: On the first Thursday of the month, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science hosts Late Night, a themed-evening (related to science, of course) that extends past the museum’s normal business hours. This Thursday, discover Creepy Crawlers. Get the chance to explore what entomologists do and how bugs fit into our ecosystem, along with access to special programming. 7-9 p.m. Purchase tickets here.

 

Friday, June 5

Fantasy in Sand: You’re off to see the wizard in this attraction held at Globe Life Park in Arlington this weekend. Texas-sized sand sculptures will be on display, featuring characters from the Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Children will also get a chance to create their own sculptures in the 2,000-sq-ft play area. Tickets begin at $16.

 

Saturday, June 6

21st Annual Dog Day Afternoon: Join Operation Kindness at Flag Pole Hill Park in Dallas this Saturday, and don’t forget the dogs! The afternoon will feature vendors, free microchipping, performances, demonstrations, and contests. Adoptable animals will also be on site. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. View the schedule of events here.

 

Architecture Walking Tour: The Dallas Arts District and Dallas Center for Architecture are hosting a 90-minute walking tour of Dallas’ urban arts district. Led by a trained tour guide, guests will examine Dallas buildings from the 1890s to the present day, including the detail, institutions and visionaries who played a roll in their creation. 10 a.m. Tickets start at $10. Register here.

 

Belmont Stakes Day: Lone Star Park at Grand Prairie will be simulcasting the Belmont Stakes live. Witness American Pharaoh, Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner, go for a Triple Crown sweep. In addition, enjoy live music. Kids are free to enjoy the available bounce houses, pony rides and petting zoo in the Family Fun Park. Gates open at 11:30 a.m.

 

PantherFest: Happy birthday to Fort Worth! In celebration of its 166th birthday, the city’s Main Street will turn into a festival, featuring live music on two stages, food for purchase, craft beer, and a 2,000-foot water-slide event. Be sure to stick around for the evening fireworks. Gates open at 11:30 a.m. FREE admission. View the schedule of events here.

 

Sunday, June 7

Disney in Concert: Visit the Allen Event Center to watch projected video clips from some of the most beloved Disney films as the soundtrack comes to life right before your eyes. Four leading vocalists and a symphony orchestra will perform the Disney concert, featuring classic songs from The Lion King, Mary Poppins, Frozen and more. Click here for showtimes and tickets.

 

Concerts in the Garden: Join the Fort Worth Botanic Garden for an evening of symphonic masterpieces. Sunday evening’s concerts presents Tchaikovsky’s popular 1812 Overture set to jaw-dropping fireworks. Guests have the option to pack their own picnic, purchase food from on-site concessions or pre-order appetizer trays. Bring a blanket, chairs and bug spray. Chair rentals also available for $2. Concerts begin at 6:30 p.m. Ticket prices vary.

 

 

DFW Weekend Round Up (5/29 – 5/31)


DFW Weekend Round Up
Music, festival celebrations and competitions are the highlights in this edition of the Weekend Round Up.

 

Friday, May 29

AT&T Byron Nelson: Now in its 33rd year, the annual golf tournament kicked off on Tuesday, but promises more fun this weekend. The Pavilion After Dark, presented by Michelob Ultra, provides live entertainment during the evening. Spectators with a Championship ticket enjoy all the fun for free! For more info, visit here.

 

Fan Expo Dallas: Visit the largest comic, sci-fi, horror, anime, and gaming event in Texas. Presented by Dallas Comic Con, the three-day event includes family-friendly activities and celebrity guests. For tickets and more info, visit here.

 

Dallas International Guitar Festival: Witness everything guitar this weekend! Held at Fair Park in Dallas, this festival will feature celebrities, guitar manufacturers, dealers, collector’s items, live music, and food. For tickets and more info, visit here.

 

Five Course Coffee Dinner: How about a private five-course dinner, where all the food is paired with coffee? Method Coffee and Spirited Cooking are joining forces to bring you the best food and coffee pairing Dallas has to offer. For tickets and more info, visit here.

 

Saturday, May 30

Rockwall Country Fair: Enjoy music, dancing, vendors, food, and games, all benefitting programs that help women and children. Consider it a family fun day — country style. Free entry and parking; 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

 

Dallas Ultimate Women’s Expo: Indulge in shopping, fashion, food, entertainment, cosmetics and travel at this year’s Women’s Expo, held at the Irving Convention Center. Keynote speakers include Melissa Gilbert, Nancy Grace, Nene Leakes and Tabatha Coffey. For tickets and more info, visit here.

 

Art Uncorked: The Arlington Museum of Art is hosting a painting party. Engage in some relaxing fun and create your own masterpiece, while sipping on a glass or two of wine. $35/person; 6-9 p.m.

 

Front Porch Showdown: Visit Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park and watch several bluegrass bands compete for cash prizes. Kids will also be able to join in on the fun by creating musical instruments to play in their own jam session. For tickets and more info, visit here.

 

Sunday, May 31

Jazz Under the Stars: Labyrinth Walk Coffee House presents an evening of jazz. Bring a lawn chair, blanket, food and drink (including beer and wine) and listen to the soulful tunes of Shoot Low Sheriff, Lady Diamond, Freddie Jones and the E-Flat Porch Band. For tickets and more info, visit here.

 

Feature image courtesy of AT&T Byron Nelson

DFW Weekend Round Up (5/21-5/24)


 

DFW Weekend Round Up (5/21-5/24)

From concerts to sand sculptures, see where to get your fill of fun this Memorial Day weekend.

 

Thursday, May 21:

Cool Thursday Spring Concert Series: Visit the Dallas Arboretum and listen to a performance by Dallas’ Eagles Tribute Band, Fast Lane. Don’t forget to bring blankets or chairs! 7:30 – 9:30 p.m; tickets from $17.

 

Thursday Twilight Tunes: Grab a meal from one of Denton’s many eateries and catch Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass Tribute Band performing at Dan’s Silverleaf, east of Denton Square, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Admission is free.

 

Market After Dark: Visit Dallas Farmer’s Market this evening to hear live tunes, sample wine and beer, and purchase food from some of Dallas’ best food trucks. This free event begins at 6 p.m.

 

Frost Park Concert Series: If you’re attending this weekend’s Colonial, select stages will be hosting free concerts Thursday to Sunday. Be sure to pack your blankets and folding chairs for the outdoor seating. See the concert schedule here.

 

Friday, May 22:

Meadows Museum: To commemorate its 50th anniversary, Meadows Museum is offering free admission this Memorial Day weekend. Friday and Saturday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Sunday: 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.

 

Friday Night Fireworks: Head over to Grapevine to watch the skies light up with colorful sparks.  This 12-minute show is accompanied by exciting music, which is available for download here. Try to set up shop on the rooftop of the Gaylord Texan’s parking garage — it will give you the best view.

 

Fantasy in Sand: You’re off to see the wizard in this attraction held at Globe Life Park in Arlington. Texas-sized sand sculptures will be on display, featuring characters from the Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Children will also get a chance to create their own sculptures in the 2,000-sq-ft play area. Tickets begin at $16.

 

Saturday, May 23:

Thai Culture & Food Festival: Don’t miss out on two full days of Thai festivities! Held at the Buddhist Center of Dallas, the festival will feature foods from all four regions of Thailand, music, food, shopping, dances and more!

 

Urban Bazaar: Shop local this weekend! Community Beer Co. plays host to flea market Urban Bazaar, where you can find pet products, natural skincare, local art and handcrafted wares. Shopping begins at noon and ends at 6 p.m.; admission is free.

 

Summer in Wonderland: Rabbit Hole Brewing will be hosting a family-friendly brewing tour, featuring live music, crafts, hot dog carts and more. Festivities begin at 11 a.m.

 

Sunday, May 24:

SOLUNA: Salute to the Armed Forces: In honor of our fallen veterans, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra will be presenting a FREE concert at Klyde Warren Park. The program will feature patriotic favorites and a video collaboration, courtesy of artist Monte Laster and Booker T. Washington students.

 

If you’re looking for more food and drink centric events, click here.

 

Image courtesy of Dallas Symphony Orchestra.

DFW Weekend Round Up (3/12-3/15)


DFW Weekend Round Up (3/12-3/15)

Like we said earlier this week, this weekend is all about St. Patrick’s Day. The annual parade, the concert and block party after, and countless celebrations across the Metroplex- it’s all going down on Saturday. If you’re in the mood for something a little calmer, we have plenty of options for you, too.

 

For more food & drink centric events, click here.

 

Thursday, Mar. 12:

2015 Cool Thursdays Series: The Molly Ringwalds, a band dedicated to all things 80’s, will headline this special Spring Break edition of Cool Thursdays at the Dallas Arboretum. The series will officially begin April 9.

 

Dallas International Piano Competition: Pianists from 19 different countries around the world will compete for a cash prize and the opportunity to play with the Dallas Chamber Symphony through March 14 at Caruth Auditorium at SMU.

 

Miranda Lambert: The country music star will take the stage at American Airlines Center promoting her latest album, Platinum. Opening acts include Justin Moore, Sunny Sweeney and Jukebox Mafia.

 

Music ThursdayKlyde Warren Park‘s jazz series is back. This week, grab a spot on the lawn and listen to live music by Spenser Lizst & Sky Window.

 

Friday, Mar. 13:

35 Denton: After a year on hiatus, the music festival returns to Denton. Head over for three days of live music, food and drink.

 

La Bohème: The Dallas Opera will put on six performances of Giacomo Puccini’s classic opera through March 29 at Winspear Opera House.

 

Saturday, Mar. 14:

Cowtown Goes Green: Fort Worth’s largest family-friendly St. Patrick’s day celebration will be held at the Stockyards. Festivities include a parade, a cattle drive, contests, a petting zoo, live music, Irish dance, and more.

 

Dash Down Greenville 5K: Before the parade, at 8 am to be exact, don your green gear and join in the 20th running of the annual St. Paddy’s Day Dash Down Greenville. The race begins at Central Market at Lovers & Greenville.

 

St. Patrick’s Day Parade: The annual parade is one of Dallas’ biggest events. There will be more than 100,000 spectators watching local vendors, musicians, and others make their way down Greenville Ave. on nearly 100 different floats. It begins at 11 am and runs from Blackwell St. to SMU Blvd.  A concert by the Josh Abbott Band will be held at Energy Square after the parade.

 

Spring Fling at Klyde Warren Park: Head to the park for a celebration of spring that will make you feel like you’re in Coney Island, Venice Beach, Hawaii, South Beach and the Caribbean.

 

Sunday, Mar. 15:

Festival de los Mavs: South Side Ballroom will host the Dallas Mavericks as they do some outreach in the Latino community. You can expect live music, dancing, an exposition game, giveaways and more.

 

Granada Double Feature: The theater will screen two classic movies, Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs, on Sunday just for you Quentin Tarantino buffs. The cover is just $3.

 

Image via Dallas St Patrick’s Parade Facebook

DFW Weekend Round Up (1/22-1/25)


DFW Weekend Round Up (1/22-1/25)

This weekend is jam-packed with fun things to do in DFW for every audience. There’s everything from the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo, to Kenny G on the saxophone, to stand up comedy, to a Mavs game, to a children’s film festival, and so much more.

 

If you’re looking for more food and drink centric activities, click here.

 

Thursday, Jan. 22:

Billy Joel: The legendary music star will be at American Airlines Center with opener and jazz-pop singer/songwriter Jamie Cullum.

 

Bouquets: French Still-Life Painting from Chardin to Matisse: The first major American exhibition to consider the French floral still life across the 19th century will be at the Dallas Museum of Art through February 8.

 

Dallas Arboretum $5 Days: Through the end of the month, admittance to the wonderful world of the Dallas Arboretum is just $5.

 

Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo: The 2015 show is in its second weekend and continues through February 7th. Head to Fort Worth for an unforgettable experience that will thrill the entire family.

 

John Mulaney: The Saturday Night Live writer will be at Majestic Theatre delivering laughs all night.

 

The Marvel Experience: Experience Marvel comics and superheroes like never before with the world’s only 360-degree, 3-D stereoscopic theater, a state-of-the-art 4-D motion ride, and more. All the fun will be at Fair Park through February 1.

 

The Mary Baskett Collection of Japanese Fashion: Get transported through time and space with a collection of fashion by some of the most avant-garde contemporary Japanese printmakers. Baskett’s personal collection will be on display through February 22.

 

Friday, Jan. 23:

Kenny G: If you’re a jazz fan or just a lover of good music, head to Bass Performance Hall where the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra will welcome the saxophonist to promote his upcoming album, Brazillian Nights. He will be there through Sunday.

 

Mavs: The Dallas Mavericks take on the Chicago Bulls at American Airlines Center at 7 pm. Get out there and cheer them on!

 

Saturday, Jan. 24:

Harlem Globetrotters: The Globetrotters will stop in Dallas at American Airlines Center for three nights on their 2015 World Tour. Watch them perform incredible tricks, skills and comedy before grabbing an autograph and photo after the game.

 

North Texas Comic Book Show: Diehard comic book fans rejoice. Special guests Rich Buckler, creator of Deathlok, and Joe Rubenstein of Wolverine will be at The Doubletree Hotel Dallas Market Center on Saturday and Sunday.

 

Odysseo by Cavalia: This combination horse and theater show takes place at Dr. Pepper Ballpark in Frisco through February 8. It includes 63 horses and 46 artists putting on a show inside huge tents.

 

Texas Rangers Fan Fest: The Major League Baseball season officially starts back in less than a month. Celebrate the upcoming season while hanging out with players and other fans at Globe Life Park in Arlington. There will be autograph signings, Q&A sessions, base running, tours of the clubhouse and dugout, and more!

 

USA Film Festival’s KidFilm: If you’re looking for some family-friendly cinematic fun, just head to the Angelika Film Center Saturday and Sunday. There will be five films playing and some of the stars will be in the audience with you.

 

Image via Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo Facebook page

DFW Weekend Round-Up (12/18-12/21)


130801133159-best-places-neighborhoods-lakewood-texas-620xb1Musicals, plays, and a comedy tour highlight this edition of Weekend Round Up. We’re also reminding you that now is the time to take advantage of all of the wonderful holiday events going on before the season has come and gone.

 

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Thursday, Dec. 18:

All Creatures Great & Small: Christmas at the White House 2002: The George Bush Library will recreate the magical theme of the White House Christmas in 2002, which features everything from Presidential pets to woodland animals.

 

Bouquets: French Still-Life Painting from Chardin to Matisse: The first major American exhibition to consider the French floral still life across the 19th century will be at the Dallas Museum of Art through February 8.

 

Once The Musical: The film version of Once won an Oscar for its lead song “Falling Slowly,” and then the on-stage version won a Tony for Best Musical in 2012, so you know this is going to be good. The national tour, which includes Matt DeAngelis who was part of the Tony award-winning cast of Hair, will be at the Winspear through Dec. 28.

 

Friday, Dec. 19:

Local Honey Holiday Mix: Beginning in January, Lakewood Theater will convert into multiple restaurants and will no longer be a venue, so take this opportunity to help them go out with a bang. The band Local Honey, a group of Dallas natives, will put on a holiday show that features original renditions on all of your favorites.

 

The Nutty Nutcracker: The members of Texas Ballet Theater are taking a break from the classical show at Bass Performance Hall (see details below) to shake things up and delight an audience to their own rendition. This version takes some cues from pop culture in parody form that will be more adult-friendly.

 

Saturday, Dec. 20:

Cedric the Entertainer: This popular comedian has had a 20-year career for a reason. Catch him for a night of laughs and lasting entertainment at Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie.

 

Holiday Mockbuster: The Granda Theater will screen Christmas Vacation and Home Alone, two holiday classics, in celebration of the season.

 

Polyphonic Spree 12th Annual Holiday Extravaganza: Head back to Lakewood Theater for the annual event featuring holiday songs and original compositions. Guests are encouraged to bring toys to donate to Toys for Tots and canned goods to donate to North Texas Food Bank.

 

Mavs: The Mavs play the San Antonio Spurs at 7:30pm. Get to American Airlines Center to cheer them on.

 

Sunday, Dec 21:

Cowboys at Colts: In week 16, the ‘boys will play at home against the Indianapolis Colts at 3:25pm. We’re 10 and 4 this season thus far, so grab your friends, your jersey, and a seat around the nearest TV. If you have a ticket, get out there!

 

Trans-Siberian Orchestra: The legendary group will be at American Airlines Center performing, for the first time, their The Christmas Attic album in full. As part of the show, you’ll have the chance to hear their famous “Christmas Canon.”

 

Ongoing Holiday Events:

A Christmas Carol: Be enchanted by the Dallas Theater Center’s version of the Dickens classic story featuring the infamous Ebenezer Scrooge, now through December 27 at Wyly Theater.

 

Dallas Arboretum 12 Days of Christmas: Celebrate the holidays like never before with an exhibit featuring a collection of 25-foot Victorian gazebos each telling the story of one of the 12 days from the beloved Christmas carol. The exhibit runs through January 4.

 

DSO Christmas Pops: Join the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and a choir for a night of holiday songs. You can sing along to all of your favorites through December 21.

 

The Trains at NorthPark: The holiday favorite is back for its 27th year and its 16th at NorthPark. This wonderful tradition features model trains and famous U.S. landmarks on more than 1,600 feet of tracks. You can get in on the fun of this display through January 4.

D-FW Weekend Round Up (9/11-9/14)


Your Weekend Round Up (9/11-9/14)

Comedy shows, live music, and a balloon festival top this week’s events in DFW.

 

Rocky Horror Show: Four decades after its Broadway premiere, this hilarious show kicks off in Dallas tonight, Thursday September 11, at Dallas Theater Center. The production promises to be wickedly wayward and will run through October 19.

 

Celina BalloonFestival: Balloon festival season is back this weekend from Friday Sept. 12 to Sunday, Sept. 14. Head to Old Celina Park to see balloons take flight and enjoy carnival rides, games, human hamster balls, dog adoptions, and 100+ other vendors.

 

Kings of Leon: Friday, head to Gexa to rock out with the “Use Somebody” band who will be playing with Young the Giant and Kongos.

 

Jerusalem: Take a tour through all of the significant sites of this Israeli city in a new large-format film narrated by Benedict Cumberbatch. It opens Friday at the Omni Theater at Fort Worth Museum of Science and History.

 

Dia de los Toadies: The 7th annual music festival held by The Toadies will take place Friday and Saturday at Panther Island Pavilion in Fort Worth. Headliners include Rhett Miller and other acoustic bands the first night and a full day of rock, including the Old 97’s and Ume, on Saturday.

 

Aziz Ansari: The Parks & Recreation star is stopping through Dallas on his Modern Romance Tour on Saturday at American Airlines Center. He’s a star on the rise and always fills his venues with laughter from start to finish.

 

Arts, Antiques & Autos Extravaganza: Denton Main Street Association will host the 15th annual event on Saturday. You’ll get to see hot rods, motorcycles, trucks, classics, and custom cars. Plus, there will be “attic treasure appraisals” where you get verbal appraisals on the worth of your “stuff.” Live music and good food will also be available.

 

Cowboys at Titans: In week two, the ‘boys will take on the Tennessee Titans in an away game at 12pm CDT on Sunday. Grab your friends, your jersey, and a seat around the nearest TV.

 

Oscar de la Renta: Five Decades of Style: Fashion fans will love the newest exhibit at the George W. Bush Presidential Center. Through October 5, attendees can gaze upon the memorable clothes made for first ladies Laura Bush, Hillary Clinton, and Nancy Reagan by one of fashion’s biggest names.

 

Farmer’s Markets: Get your taste of local produce at one of the many farmer’s markets over the long weekend.

 

If you’re looking for food & beverage events to fill your weekend, click here.

D-FW Weekend Round Up


Weekend Round Up- Pecan Lodge & Wine

 

Who doesn’t love a weekend filled with jazz, timeless theater, and brisket? How about one with a music festival and our Mavs in the playoffs? Welcome to Dallas-Fort Worth, where you can experience all of these things in a few short days. See all the great events going on during the beautiful weekend ahead.

 

Sweeney Todd: From tonight, April 24, to Saturday, April 26, you can enjoy four presentations of Stephen Sondheim’s famed play at Dallas City Performance Hall. More than 150 actors and singers will bring the spectacle to life!

 

Charlotte’s Web: Kids and adults alike will love this rendition of the classic story. The play is presented by Dallas Children’s Theater on Friday, April 25.

 

Pecan Lodge Brisket & Rhone Varietal Wines: On Friday, April 25, $30 will get you a half pound of brisket and 6 delicious Rhone Varietal Wines samples. From 6:15 p.m. to 8:15 p.m., “Brisket + Wine = Good Time.”

 

Denton Arts & Jazz Festival: This year’s festival, which is free, will take place Friday, April 25, through Sunday, April 27, in Quakertown Park. More than 2,000 musicians will preform on six different stages, with a heavy emphasis on jazz. You’ll also get a good dose of art, of course.

 

Sherlock Holmes: Various takes on this infamous character have been done on the big screen and TV for years. This Friday, April 25, see a play in which Holmes goes up against his nemesis, Moriarty, in a case surrounded by blackmail. Presented by the Dallas Theater Center, you can catch the show until May 25 at Wyly Theater.

 

Canines and Cadillacs: You read that right! If you’re a fan of pooches and parties, Saturday’s event is the one for you! It supports Duck Team 6, which is a 100% volunteer organization that has rescued over 400 dogs. It’s black-tie optional and there will be hors d’oeuvres, live entertainment, cocktails, and live and silent auctions from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

 

Mavs Game: Cheer on our Mavs as they take on the San Antonio Spurs in round one, game three of the playoffs! The game is this Saturday, April 26, at home at 3:30 p.m. Get tickets here.

 

Edgefest 2014: Presented by 102.1 FM KDGE, this year’s Edgefest will showcase big names like Beck, The Avett Brothers, and Bastille. These three, and many others, will rock the festival, which takes place at Toyota Stadium in Frisco.

 

Spring Gallery Walks: Feel going on a walk in this weekend’s nice weather and seeing some art while you’re at it? Head to Deep Ellum for the Spring Gallery Walk that showcases 17 different galleries in the area on Saturday, April 26. The Dallas Art Dealers Association Spring Gallery Walk will also hold open galleries from the Design District to Denton, and there’s a Bike Swarm that begins at Oak Cliff Cultural Center.

 

Fort Worth AIA Home Tour: The Fort Worth chapter of the American Institute of Architects is hosting it’s 3rd annual home tour on Saturday, April 26, and Sunday, April 27 from noon to 6 p.m. The tour will showcase outstanding residential properties in the area.

 

History with a Twist: Travel back in time this weekend as Dallas Heritage Village presents classic cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and a performance by the Singapore Slingers. Attendees are encouraged to get in the spirit by wearing vintage early 20th century attire.

 

Local Farmer’s Markets: Take advantage of the beautiful weather and support our local vendors by checking out one of the many farmer’s markets all over D-FW.

 

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Of The Day: Weekend Round Up


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Stuck in a rut doing the same things over and over again every weekend? Branch out and change things up! Check out this list of things going on in D-FW this weekend. Who knows, you could stumble into a new go-to weekend activity.

 

1. The Dallas Stars: Thursday, cheer on our team as we take on the Boston Bruins at American Airlines Center!

 

2. Elvis Lives: Thursday, experience “an unforgettable multimedia and live musical journey across Elvis’ life” at Bass Performance Hall. It’ll be like a night with The King himself!

 

3. Improv Comedy: Every Friday and Saturday, pull up a seat at the Dallas Comedy House and enjoy a night of laughter at the hands of amateur comedians.

 

4. Brian Regan: Comedian Brian Regan will have you laughing all night on Friday at Musical Hall at Fair Park. He’s starred on Comedy Central and is said to be one of the best comedians performing today.

 

5. Community Beer: The local brewery is celebrating its 1 year anniversary this weekend starting with Dinner at Cook Hall on Friday, and then an Anniversary Open House with 15 beers on Saturday.

 

6. Blue Man Group: If you haven’t seen them yet, you’re missing out! They’ll bring you music and comedy at Bass Performance Hall throughout this weekend.