This weekend: Dog park, gallery walk, music festival, wine and art, tacky prom

This is one of those weekends when everything happens.

Fido Oak Cliff is creating a pop-up dog park in the pocket park on Jefferson at Clinton Saturday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Stop at 323 Clarendon to buy a glass of lemonade this weekend. The Twitter user @VGS_XVIII is having a lemonade stand and garage sale Saturday and Sunday to help “the pets and people hurt by Texas wildfires.”

The DADA Gallery Walk, the annual self-guided tour of the city’s art galleries, includes two panel discussions at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center Saturday.

The Westside Music Festival is from noon-6 p.m. Saturday in the warehouse at 511 Commerce. Six bands are playing, plus there’s a silent auction, chair massages, food and yoga. All proceeds benefit Resolana.

Turner House’s big fundraiser, Wine & Art, is Saturday. A gallery talk with professor Jack Davis of UNT starts at 6 p.m. And the live music, hors d’oeuvres and wine start at 7 p.m. Tickets for both are $75, and tickets for just the party part are $50. The theme is Women Artists of the Texas Centennial, featuring the women of the 1936 Texas Centennial art exhibit. View rarely seen images of artwork from this underexposed group of Texas artists, including Coreen Mary Spellman, Florence McClung, May Schow and Lura Ann Taylor.

Of course, the Tacky Prom is Saturday night.

 


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