Friday is April 1, baseball’s opening day. Don’t let anyone April fool you.
The Texas Theatre will show the Rangers vs. Red Sox game at 3 p.m. Hot dogs, beer, baseball nerds. Yes.
The Kessler has Del Castillo Friday, Papa Grows Funk Saturday and a “Grease” sing-along with the The Women’s Chorus of Dallas Sunday.
Wigwam is opening a pop-up shop inside Oil & Cotton for one month only. The grand opening party is from 6-10 p.m. Friday, April 1. Wigwam is a retail shop from a group of creative Oak Cliff women, including stylist Malina Pearson and Shannon Driscoll of Oil & Cotton. They had pop-up shops during the two Oak Cliff Better Block projects. Expect vintage stuff, crafty curiosities and super coolness.
The Old Oak Cliff Conservation League hosts a neighborhood symposium from 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Saturday. Speakers include representatives from the city, local arts organizations and community activist organizations. Topics include graffiti, animal control, researching the history of your home, organizing a neighborhood, achieving nonprofit tax status as well as information on our parks, community gardening, the better block initiative and local arts programs. Admission is $5 for league members and $20 otherwise. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Story Time at Cliff Notes Prolonged Media is from 10:30-11 a.m. Saturday. Have a snack and listen to Rosie Lindsey read a children’s book.
A group of cyclists is raising money to fight multiple sclerosis by riding 153 miles in the MS 150 April 30-May 1. They have two fundraisers Sunday. First is “Bike Bingo” from noon-2 p.m. It’s basically a family friendly scavenger hunt, starting at Eno’s. The minimum suggested donation is $10 per rider. Then from 4-8 p.m. is “Pints to Pedal”.
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