The All Out Trinity Festival in West Dallas kicks off at 8 a.m. with 5k and 10k levee runs. Also on the agenda is the 10:30 a.m. Gravelthon bike ride, the 1 p.m. yoga class on the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge and the 3:30 p.m. 2-mile mass dog walk. Take a break at 11 a.m. to shop an outdoor market, replete with food trucks.
Continental Bridge Park, Singleton at Beckley, allouttrinity.com, check the website for a full list of events and fees
Through April 15
Tax returns can be tricky. Get help from AARP Tax-Aide and the IRS’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program on Tuesdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Make sure to bring your W-2, a photo I.D., last year’s tax return and Social Security cards for all dependents. Hey, it might not be fun, but it’s useful.
North Oak Cliff Library, 302 W. Tenth, 214.670.7555, dallaslibrary.org, free
Through March 6
One-act play festival
Only about 22 percent of all plays produced in the United States are written by women, according to a 2015 Dramatist Guild/Lilly Awards survey. When Theresa Coleman Wash of TeCo Theatrical Productions saw that, she decided to produce “Down for the Count,” a one-act play festival featuring six plays by female writers.
Bishop Arts Theatre Center, 215 S. Tyler, 214.948.0716, tecotheater.org, $18-$25
Party like Gatsby
Let Drew Nugent and the Matt Tolentino Band transport you to the Roaring Twenties. The performance begins at 6 p.m. Dancing is strongly encouraged. After all, this is the pre-party for the annual Jazz Age Sunday Social, scheduled to take place at noon the next day at
1515 S. Harwood Place.
The Kesseler Theater, 1230 W. Davis, 214.272.8346, thekessler.org,
It’s the second Sunday of the month, which means Labyrinth Walk Coffee House, inside Unitarian Universalist Church of Oak Cliff, will host a jazz jam. So what if you’re not a musician? The event is BYOB, so show up at 5 p.m. with a bottle of bubbly and get ready to jitterbug.
Unitarian Universalist Church of
Oak Cliff, 3839 W. Kiest,
214.337.2429, labyrinthwalkcoffeehouse.com, free
Elayne Boosler rose to fame in 1985 when “Party of One,” the comedy special she starred in and personally financed, debuted on Showtime. Her act tends to center around her favorite subjects: politics, animal rights and baseball. Catch her live at 8 p.m.
The Kesseler Theater, 1230 W. Davis, 214.272.8346, thekessler.org, $22-$34
River of fundament
Filmmakers Matthew Barney and Jonathan Bepler drew their inspiration from Norman Mailer’s 1983 novel “Ancient Evenings,” which explores the subject of reincarnation, among other things. Originally envisioned as an opera, this project took five years to film. Screenings start at 2 p.m. and run until 8 p.m. Thankfully, there will be two intermissions per showing.
The Texas Theatre, 231 W. Jefferson, 214.948.1546, thetexastheatre.com, $20