A celebration of life in the heart of Dallas

Friday, March 7, 2014


Our top three picks of things to do this weekend to be enjoyed right in your Museum Tower Dallas high-rise or just a simple stroll away:

Image: Dallas Symphony Orchestra 
ReMix Astor Piazzolla: Tango to Argentina 
Now through March 8

Sip sangria, eat empanadas and have your own chance to tango and even meet the artists before the conductor Tito Munoz's grand performance on Friday, March 7 beginning at 6:00 p.m .at the Dallas City Performance Hall.

Then, at 6:30 p.m. just before Munoz leads the orchestra through The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires, guests are invited to see local tango duo, Nasrin Barmaki and Hassan Parsa of Tango Amor perform.

Image: Architectural Record 
Spring Break at the Museum 
March 8 - March 15
The Perot Museum of Nature and Science is offering extended hours in the name of spring break. Doors won't close until 7:00 p.m. every day from March 8 - March 15.

With five floors and more than ten permanent exhibits, children can spend a whole day learning and diving into hands-on discovery at the Perot Museum. Just some of the special events happening during spring break include live shows on electricity, a live chemistry demonstration and the chance to be a paleontologist.

Michael Wilkov, CEO of Cantoni
Image: Cantoni
Cantoni at Museum Tower on Live Love Laugh Today 
March 9 @ 11 a.m.

With Museum Tower's newest designer home as their canvas, Cantoni and their design team choose stunning Cantoni furniture and accessories to create a complete fresh, modern look.

Watch the full segment right from the luxury of your Museum Tower high-rise at 11 a.m. on the lifestyle show, Live Love Laugh Today, hosted by Linda Cooper and Susie McAuley.

The show will air on ABC network, WFAA-Channel 8.

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