In the mood for a little beer pong? (Not to be confused with beer bong.) A quick phone conversation with Beckley’s BrewHouse informed me that it’s basically ping pong, except that there are two cups of beer at each end of the ping pong table, and the goal is to get the ping pong ball into the beer cup. The reward for hitting your target? A swig of beer.
The games start at 1 p.m., and are brought to you by the people with the party house on last weekend’s Old Oak Cliff Conservation League home tour, 808-810 Bishop. Corinna Wills was on the back porch with a margarita machine — great idea.
Pretty much everyone in Oak Cliff is interested in the future of the Trinity River Corridor Project, and this weekend marks the first big step in the project’s timeline — the opening of the Trinity River Audubon Center. It’s a bit of a jog from our neighborhood, but in celebration of the opening, admission is free on Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and both days are chock full of outdoorsy events.