This weekend: iPhone-ography, food trucks, music, dog adoptions, Olympics

Oil & Cotton is offering an interesting new workshop called “introduction to iPhone-ography.” The class teaches skills to capture the perfect picture with your iPhone or Android. The class is Saturday, July 28 at 3 p.m. Register in advance for $15. Check out some other workshops offered by Oil & Cotton including portrait painting and songwriting.

The Cedars Food Park at Dallas Heritage Village will hold a grand opening bash Saturday, July 28, to launch Dallas’ venue specifically for food trucks. The event is a collaboration between Dallas Heritage Village and food trucks, and will feature 18 trucks, live entertainment and beer and wine from local venues. The price range of food is between $2-$9 and will partially benefit Dallas Heritage Village. Cedars Food Park will officially be open every Wednesday-Friday for lunch, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. beginning on August 1, and every Thursday, 5-10 p.m., for dinner beginning August 16. For more information on the new food park, including what trucks will be featured, visit www.cedarsfoodpark.com or their Facebook page. 

A concert at the Kessler Friday, July 27, features local artists covering some of their favorite influences. Hear renditions of Simon and Garfunkel, Paul Westerberg, Sparklehorse, Ryan Adams and more.

BarBelmont’s live music series Friday, July 27, will feature Scott Riegel from 8-10 pm.

Paws in the City and Bishop Arts newest addition, 303 Bar & Grill, are hosting a dog adoption event Saturday, July 28, from 4-7 pm. Enjoy a delicious drink or meal and meet some adorable dogs.

Also, don’t forget to watch the start of the Olympics this weekend beginning with the opening ceremony Friday, July 27 at 3 p.m.


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