This weekend: Selena, butterflies, electronic music fest, baseball


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It’s Selena weekend in Oak Cliff. It starts with a Selena-related art show at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center, which opens 7-10 p.m. Friday and runs through March 31. There’s a car show and Selena lookalike contest at Country Burger from 4-7 p.m. Saturday. And then there’s an afterparty Saturday night at RBC in Deep Ellum.

Wine Poste hosts a $10 French rosé wine tasting starting at 6 p.m. Friday.

Learn about butterflies and other pollinators at Twelve Hills Nature Center from 10-11:30 a.m. Saturday, March 26. Texas Discovery Gardens director of horticulture Roger Sanderson a walk and talk about butterflies and the plants that attract them.

WB_FBThe Wild Beats electronic music festival starts at noon Saturday at the Wild Detectives. The lineup includes Ronnie Heart of Neon Indian, Sudie, Jah Born and DJ Big Texas of the Cannabinoids, A Sol Mechanic and Tempranillo.

Get pumped for baseball season with a screening of “Fastball” at the Texas Theatre.

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