Oak Cliff Tower plans day of JFK events

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A print by John Stango is part of Oak Cliff Tower’s JFK art exhibit.

The city of Dallas is planning a formal observation of the 50th anniversary of the Kennedy assassination Nov. 22. If you don’t already have tickets, you’re not going.

The Texas Theatre is planning a day of events, including screenings of “War is Hell” and “Cry of Battle,” which were playing 50 years ago. There will also be a theatrical recreation of part of the Warren Commission Report and an art exhibit.

And here is one more commemoration. The Oak Cliff Tower, which currently has a JFK-related art exhibit in its lobby, starts the Nov. 22 commemoration at 9 a.m. with the Bishop Dunne High School band playing some of the late president’s favorite songs.

A free screening of Oliver Stone’s “JFK” starts at 11 a.m. And tours of the JFK art exhibit will be available all day.

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