Oak Cliff music festival
The second annual North Oak Cliff Music Festival features The Relatives, The Band of Heathens, Seryn, Ruthie Foster, Ian Moore and Bob Schneider, among others. This daylong festival is pet- and kid-friendly.
Lake Cliff Park, 300 E. Colorado, $30 in advance, $50 day of show
Through Dec. 10
An art exhibit at the Oak Cliff Tower, “John F. Kennedy: A Community Remembers,” commemorates the late president.
Oak Cliff Tower, 400 S. Zang, free
AIA Dallas Tour of Homes
A modern home in Oak Cliff is on this self-guided tour that spotlights some of our city’s best residential architects. Buy tickets in person at the American Institute of Architects’ Dallas office or online.
1900 Woodall Rogers, $25
Latino Arts Festival
This one-day festival showcases the work of Latino artists, including many from Oak Cliff. The festival, from 1-6 p.m., also includes spoken word performances and family art programs.
Bishop Arts District, Seventh and Bishop, free
Coffee and pie fundraiser
Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters and Emporium Pies join forces for a Slow Food Dallas fundraiser, “Coffee and Pie, Oh My!” from 8-10 p.m.
Davis Street Espresso, 819 W. Davis, 214.929.6752, $20
Jazz at the TeCo
Jeff Golub, David Pack and Warren Hill perform two shows, at 7 and 9:45 p.m.
Bishop Arts Theatre Center, 214 S. Tyler, 214.948.0716, $58-$63
This annual fundraiser, the brainchild of Oak Cliff creativity, is in its ninth year. New Fumes, Zhora and DJ Empty Cylinder perform. Proceeds from the art auction go to My Possibilities, a day program for adults with special needs.
500 Singleton, $10-$125
Second seat in, third row from the back
The Texas Theatre will commemorate the JFK assassination with a day of events that begins with a screening of “War is Hell” at 1:20 p.m. Admission to that movie and a 2:45 p.m. screening of “Cry of Battle” will cost the 1963 price of 90 cents. The theater lobby will be open all day for free tours and an Oak Cliff photo exhibit. At 6:30 p.m., actors will portray theater employees Julia Postal and Butch Burroughs as well as shoe store employee John Brewer in a theatrical recreation of their Warren Commission interviews. And at 8 p.m., Oliver Stone’s “JFK” screens.
Texas Theatre, 231 W. Jefferson, 214.948.1546
Lee Harvey Oswald tour
Bike Friendly Oak Cliff leads a bike ride tracing Oswald’s footsteps following the JFK assassination. Riders roll out from the Sixth Floor Museum at 1:30 p.m. and pedal to locations in Oak Cliff.
Sixth Floor Museum, 411 Elm
Texas-born singer-songwriter Richard J. Dobson performs music from his new album, from 5-7 p.m.
Lucky Dog Books, 633 W. Davis, 214.941.2665, free