This weekend: bike to work, Brew Riot and more

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Photo by Chris Arrant

Friday is National Bike to Work Day, and Bike Friendly Oak Cliff hosts an energizer station on the Jefferson Viaduct from 6:30-9 a.m. Expect free breakfast tacos, coffee and mariachis.

A photography exhibit, Multiple Exposures, opens Friday at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center.

Urban Acres hosts a community day from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday with music, food and activities.

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Sour Grapes hosts an open studio from noon-8 p.m. Saturday at 801 Seale.

Rebirth Brass Band performs at the Kessler Saturday.

“The Grand Budapest Hotel” is among the Texas Theatre’s offerings this weekend.

Sixty home brewers bring 200 beers to the Bishop Arts District from 4-8 p.m. Sunday, May 18, for the fifth-annual Brew Riot. To taste beers and vote for the people’s choice, buy a membership to the Texas Homebrew Society, which costs $25. Go Oak Cliff strongly recommends buying a membership in advance to avoid standing in line. The event also includes the 1.1-mile beer run, which starts at Nova at 3 p.m. Oil Boom and Catamaran perform, and the event is free if you don’t want to taste beer.

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