This weekend: Bonafide Blues at Eno’s, Kessler School Pumpkin Patch, Fall Home Tour and Urban Street Bazaar

Start your weekend with a neighborhood band tearin’ it up at a neighborhood restaurant — Bonafide Blues takes the stage at Eno’s Friday night at 9:30 p.m. (Lead singer Bill Ford’s alma mater, Southern Methodist University, published a story today about the advertising lecturer’s hobby.)

Then on Saturday, it’s home tour time. Start your day at 9 a.m. with some coffee and breakfast tacos at the Kessler School Pumpkin Patch, then head to the Turner House for the 10 a.m. Centennial Ceremony, marking the 100th year of the Winnetka Heights neighborhood. The home tour’s 11 homes will be open for public viewing between noon and 6 p.m. If you still don’t have your tickets, buy them on tour day at the Stevens Park Pavilion on Colorado.

Somewhere in the midst of the festivities, drop by the Bishop Arts District to shop at Make’s Urban Street Bazaar, where designers and craftsmen will be hawking their wares, and Bishop Arts retailers will offer specials.

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