Oak Cliff Cultural Center plans fruitful spring lineup

The Oak Cliff Cultural Center has several interesting events on its calendar this spring.

Poet, writer and journalist Josué Gabriel de Montemayor is teaching a writing class from 3-6 p.m. every Saturday in March. Bring a pen, notebook and your favorite story or book.

The annual Dia de los Niños art exhibit, April 7-21, features work from students at several DISD schools.

Oak Cliff-based jazz band Yells at Eels performs at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 27.

An exhibit titled “Tiny Spokes: the Oak Cliff Bike Experience” opens May 7. The show, which runs through June 1, features bike-centric art from Oak Cliff residents Andie Comini, Bryan Gooding, Cynthia M. Daniel, Duke M. Horn, Jess Peri, Jonathan Fontenot, Maria Belen Gonzales-Rodriguez, Nick McCoy, Richard Doherty, Seth Lawrence Victorious and Travis Kincaid.

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