This weekend: Cinco de Mayo, beautification, nature walk, ballet, Bill Hicks

The Texas Theatre has the "Blue Demon film festival" this weekend.

Cinco de Mayo starts tonight, Thursday, May 5, with wine walk in the Bishop Arts District. Pay $10 for a wineglass and have it filled at participating businesses. Also, El Ranchito has drink specials and $5 food specials tonight.

Here is a roundup of all the Cinco de Mayo stuff happening in Oak Cliff this weekend.

Kings Highway neighbors need volunteers again this weekend to finish a beautification project on North Polk. Meet at 9 a.m. Saturday at 620 Turner. Bring newspaper, rakes, shovels and gloves. Water, coffee, juice and donuts will be provided, and there will be a picnic lunch after the work is done. RSVP to jrbraddick@gmail.com.

Twelve Hills Nature Center is hosting a family friendly nature walk at 1 p.m. Saturday. A master naturalist will lead the walk and observe spring wild flowers, birds, butterflies and more. It’s free.

Contemporary Ballet Dallas closes its 10th season with an 8 p.m. performance at the Texas Theatre Saturday.

“American: The Bill Hicks Story” screens at the Texas through Tuesday.

Just Add Jeans, a boutique in Bishop Arts, celebrates its one-year anniversary from 6-9 p.m. Saturday with live music, food, drinks and drawings.


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