La Rondalla's advanced guitar ensemble with instructor Kenny Withrow at the Meyerson Sympohny Center earlier this month

Photo courtesy of La Rondalla

The Oak Cliff Cultural Center moved to its current location on Jefferson four years ago, and the city is celebrating the anniversary with a block party Saturday, Aug. 9.

Jefferson will be closed between Zang and Madison for the celebration, which is from 3-7 p.m. The cultural center’s guitar program, La Rondalla, will perform, along with resident dance companies Alegre Ballet Folklorico and Cuicani in Xochitl. There also will be face painting and art booths with Karla Ceballos, vendor booths, dance workshops, food and more.

Vendor booths are still available. Reserve one by contacting Rafael Tayamo, 214.670.3777.

Other upcoming events at the center include a screening of “We from Dallas,” the documentary about Dallas hip hop, Monday, July 28. And then “Draped Up and Dripped Out,” a group show from 25 Houston-based contemporary artists, opens Aug. 1.