2600 Live Oak St.
Latino Cultural Center — “The House on Mango Street” closes this weekend. The play, presented by Cara Mia Theatre, follows a Mexican-American girl as she navigates from
adolescence to young womanhood and observes the roles of women around her. $10-$25.
3311 Oak Lawn Ave.
Philanthropy Misunderstood — Attend a book signing of Bob Hopkins new book, “Philanthropy Misunderstood.” The book is about 100 plus people who helped change the world. The event is at NUVO, a sophisticated gift shop. 2-4 p.m. FREE!
2010 Flora St.
The Crow Museum of Asian Art — The museum and The University of Texas present a
focused multi-year exhibition series, “Beili Liu One and Another,” dedicated to making
visible the work of emerging and Texas-based contemporary Asian women artists. FREE!
4334 Lemmon Ave.
Classical Open Mic — This is an open event, where professional and amateur classical musicians can play anything they desire related to classical music. Musicians of all levels are welcomed to share their talents with Buzzbrews audience. 8 p.m. FREE!
154 Glass St., Suite 104
PDNB Gallery (Photographs Do Not Bend) — Signs of the Times is a thoughtful group exhibition, which features the significance of signs from street advertising to sociopolitical signage throughout the past century. Through May 2. 5-8 p.m. FREE!
3414 Elm St.
Sons of Hermann Hall — Come have some fun and take swing dance lessons at the oldest free-standing wood structure and the oldest bar in Dallas. The doors open at 7 p.m. Dancing for beginners and beginners plus starts at 8 p.m. $8 cover (includes dance lessons).
300 Reunion Boulevard East
Reunion Tower GeO-Deck — Enjoy BINGO! on the deck. Win some cool prizes as you take in the skyline view. This event is first come, first served and is included with the purchase of a general admission GeO-Deck ticket. 11 a.m.
8414 Park Lane
Dallas, TX 75231
Spring Festival of Storytelling — Come enjoy the festival at the TBK Bank Plaza in Vickery Meadow. This spring break kickoff will feature a popup newsroom, free library, live story presentations, theater performances, music and art workshops. FREE!
3505 Maple Ave.
Dallas, TX 75219
FIGMENT Dallas —This day-long, interactive art festival happens in Reverchon Park. This annual event features local artists creating interactive and participatory visual artwork, performance art and music. 10 a.m.-10 p.m. FREE!