Through June 9
‘Identity’ exhibition
“Identity: I Am One, I Am Many” features artwork that examines how culture, politics and gender impact identity. The cultural center partnered with Sunset Art Studio for the Cesar Chavez- inspired exhibition.
Oak Cliff Cultural Center, 223 W. Jefferson Blvd., 214.670.3777,, free

June 3
Furry friends
Meet pups looking for a caring home from Operation Kindness from 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. The Texas Coalition for Animal Protection will be on-site to provide dogs and cats with vaccinations.
Kidd Springs Recreation Center, 711 W. Canty St., 214.670.7535,, free to attend

June 3
Summer reading
The library is kicking off the Mayor’s Summer Reading Challenge with crafts, food and drinks from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Attendees can get a closer look at the sun through a telescope.
North Oak Cliff Library, 302 W. Tenth St., 214.670.7555,, free

June 8-11
Film festival
The Oak Cliff Film Festival highlights independent films from across the world while promoting our neighborhood’s best businesses. This will be the four-day event’s sixth year in action.
Various locations,, $11.50-$175

June 15
Wine walk
Sample wine throughout Bishop Arts during the Summer Time Wine Walk at 6 p.m. Fill your glass at local businesses while you shop.
Bishop Arts District,, $20-$30

June 19
Book club en Español
The Wild Detectives launches its Spanish-language book club, called El Book Club, this month with “En medio de extrañas victimas” by Daniel Saldaña París. Members can receive 10 percent off the cover price of the book. El Book Club starts at 7:30 p.m.
The Wild Detectives, 314 W. Eighth St., 214.942.0108,, free to attend

June 26
Inclusivity advocates
Indivisible Oak Cliff is a progressive, nonpartisan organization that promotes constitutional and human rights. State Rep. Rafael Anchia will speak about Texas’ anti-sanctuary city bill and other issues during a group meeting at 6:30 p.m.
Unitarian Universalist Church of Oak Cliff, 3839 W. Kiest Blvd.,, free