This weekend: Karaoke for a cause, winter solstice, Tex-Mex Christmas

Karaoke at Barbara’s Pavilion. Photo by Danny Fulgencio

Sing karaoke at Barbara’s Pavilion Saturday, and help raise money for Legacy Hospice and Furry Friendzy. Pay $3 per song, and all of the money goes to those nonprofits. Barbara’s also is selling raffle tickets for $1 each, and prizes include an LG G5 phone, an Apple IPad Air 2-32 GB, a GoBone electronic dog toy, two 90 minute massages at Neiman Marcus, two $400 gift baskets from Sara’s Secret and a private Film Acting Lesson from REACT.

This weekend is your last chance to catch “Black Nativity” at the Bishop Arts Theatre Center.

Labyrinth Walk Coffee House at the Universal Unitarian Church of Oak Cliff hosts a winter solstice celebration from 6-9:30 p.m. Saturday. It includes music, activities, storytelling, burning of the yule log and more.

The Kessler Theater has the Tex-Mex Holiday Fiesta Saturday with Flaco Jimenez, Augie Meyers and Los Texmaniacs.

The Texas Theatre opens the new Star Wars movie Friday, and it shows four times a day all weekend.

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