Recovery live, gong meditation, art shows and more things to do this weekend

“The Elephants” by Hobbes Vincent. Photo courtesy of Jen Maudlin Gallery

The Kessler hosts “recovery live,” the annual benefit concert for The Well Community Thursday at 7:30. Floramay Holiday and Over the River perform, along with the Rosemont Kings. The event honors The Well founder Joel Pulis and Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez.

Oak Cliff Akikai at Tyler Station offers a gong meditation and nidra yoga relaxation class from Living Yoga Dallas at 11 a.m. Saturday. Tickets cost $35 and include lunch following the class.

Jen Maudlin Gallery in Bishop Arts opens “At the Circus,” work from sculptor Hobbes Vincent, from 5-9 p.m. Friday. The show is up until Jan. 20.

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Neighborhood store and gallery in Bishop Arts opens “Clouded Nostalgia,” paintings from Jason Courting, from 7-10 p.m. Saturday.

Bike Friendly Oak Cliff hosts the 2017 tweed ride Sunday. They roll out of Union Station at noon.

Chicken Scratch becomes the North Pole from noon-4 p.m. Sunday with music, a petting zoo and pictures with Santa. It costs $35 for a photo shoot that includes a take-away 4×6 and download access to all images.

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