The Texas Theatre shows “Believe Me” as part of the Dallas Independent Film Festival. “Breadcrumb Trail,” a documentary about the Kentucky-based band Slint shows Sunday. Here is the full line-up of films.
A pop-up coffee shop at 200 N. Windomere from 8-11 a.m. Saturday benefits the North Oak Cliff Library. Bring your own coffee cup and a cash donation for a chemex pour over and maybe some baked goods to share.
The first in a planned series of farmers markets at Trinity Groves is from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday, April 6. The Little D Farmers Market will take place in the parking lot of Four Corners Brewery every first, second and third Sunday through December. According to a media release: “All of our vendors grow or produce their food within a 150-mile radius of Dallas, and will be selling seasonal fruits, vegetables and specialty items straight from their gardens or kitchens. There are no middlemen, no resellers, no importers and no dealers.”
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