The third-annual Oak Cliff Film Festival kicks off Thursday, June 19, and runs through Sunday, June 22. Along with films, the weekend includes parties, a bike ride, music and more.
Juneteenth is Thursday, June 19, and the Bishop Arts Theatre Center has author Bernestine Singley for a 7 p.m. talk, “When Race Becomes Real: How to Get and Keep the Conversation Going for the Millennial Generation.” Tickets cost $15.
The Roomsounds perform a free show at the Foundry Friday.
The Winnetka Heights Street Fest, with games, children’s activities and food, is from 5-7 p.m. on the lawn at Turner House.
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