Calendar

Oct. 19

2600 Live Oak St., #168

Dallas, 75204

214-671-0045

Latino Cultural Center — “1968” is a world-premiere, original work produced by Teatro Dallas that explores an electrifying year in history. Fifty years ago, a young man is rocked by events, which continue to be relevant today. Through Nov. 10, 

Oct. 19

6101 Bishop Blvd 

Dallas, 75205

214-768-2787

SMU/Margo Jones Theatre — “A Lie of the Mind,” the award-winning play by the late Sam Shepard, follows the jagged, complex relationship between two families. On stage through Oct. 21, $8-$14.

Oct. 20    

9720 Waterview Dr.      

Dallas, 75218

972-502-5800 

Hexter Howl   Celebrate Halloween early at the annual Hexter Howl — a great fall carnival with super fun and food benefiting school literacy. Tickets are 50 cents each and wrist bands for unlimited access to rides are $10. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. FREE!

Oct. 20

3505 Maple Ave. 

Dallas, 75219

214-670-7720

Reverchon Park — FIGMENT Dallas is free interactive, family-friendly art 

experience featuring local artists creating interactive and participatory visual 

artwork. Costumes encouraged. 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. FREE!

Oct. 21

8500 Hillcrest Rd.

Dallas, 75225

214-706-0000

Temple Emanu-El — “Lenny, Lenny, Lenny!” with the Temple Emanu-El Choir is a show that weaves together Bernstein’s personal letters with his music to create a nuanced portrait of the man behind the musical genius. 7 p.m. $10-$25

Oct. 22

2719 Routh St.

Dallas, 75201

214-871-2440

Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture — Does Dallas have a spiritual 

identity? Join the discussion of the hidden or even invisible forms Dallas might exist with as a “spiritual city.” Reception at 6 p.m. $10-25.

Oct. 23

1515 S. Harwood St.

Dallas, 75215

214-421-5141

Dallas Heritage Village — Join author Drew Sanders as he discusses his book “The Garden of Eden,” about a neighborhood that has endured for well over a century as a home place for freed African American slaves and their descendants. FREE!

Oct. 24

5900 Bishop Blvd. 

Dallas, 75205

214-768-2516

SMU/Meadows Museum — Explore the exhibition Dalí: Poetics of the Small, 1929–1936 in a special after-hours event, which includes wine, canapés, surrealist games, short films and more. 7-9 p.m. $15.

Oct. 27

2443 Abrams Road (at Lakeshore) 

Dallas, 75218

214-823-9623

Lakewood United Methodist Church — The church is hosting a Craft Fair with knitting, metal, glass, jewelry, scrapbooking, toys, mixed media, baked goods, paper art, and more. Shop early for Christmas gifts. 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. FREE!

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