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Friday, August 21, 2015

This Weekend #NearbyMuseumTower: August 21 - August 23

This Weekend #NearbyMuseumTower: August 21 - August 23

Friday, August 21
5:00 PM

Goss-Michael Foundation presents B. Stellar Pop-Up, which will include live model viewing featuring B. Stellar latest women's collection and launch of their new men's line. Guests can sip on cocktails provided by Willa Vodka and listen to tunes from the DJ duo Dilettante.

6:00 PM

Swing Dance Class with Studio 22
Studio 22 hosts a series of swing dance classes on the Muse Family Performance Pavilion.Shake up your happy hour routine with swing dance classes from Studio 22! You'll learn the steps to keep you swift on your feet. Bring a partner, a friend or just yourself and show us what you've got!

8:30 PM

Doors open at 7:30 PM. Show starts at 8:30 PM. This is an All Ages Event.

Saturday, August 15
West Village will present the newest Dallas farmers market, in partnership with Uptown Dallas, every Saturday through October. The farmers market will feature a variety of the following vendors: Promise ...

10:00 AM
NorthPark Center will present the “Fifty Years of Excellence” Birthday Bash. Fifty years ago, the retail landscape of North Texas forever changed with the opening of NorthPark Center. The one-day celebration will include shopping, fashion, art, music and throw-back surprises. Click the link above for detailed activities.

12:00 PM

Baseball’s relationship with America’s presidents is almost as old as the game itself. Abraham Lincoln, who threw baseballs with his sons, had a baseball field constructed behind the

7:00 PM
Gilley's Dallas
Celebrate the best of Texas food, music and beer at this free festival presented by Lone Star Beer. Headlining the music lineup are five eclectic Texas artists: the Old 97's, The Black Angels, Latin funk orchestra Grupo Fantasma, Dale Watson, LaTasha Lee & The BlackTies, and The Deathray Davies.
A variety of local food vendors will bring tasty Texas food, and there'll be a Texas-sized assortment of entertaining activities specially curated for Festival guests. The Dallas food vendors are Gilley's Saloon, Easy Slider, El Come Taco and What's da Scoop?

11:30 AM
THE TRIBUTE IN CONCERT 1964: The Tribute takes their audiences on a musical journey to an era in rock history that will live in all of our hearts forever. Choosing songs from the pre-Sgt. Pepper era, 1964 recreates an early '60s, live Beatles concert with period instruments, clothing, hairstyles and onstage banter.
1964 will be joined by the Debbie Brooks Orchestra, featuring some of the Dallas area’s finest musicians, for the second half of the show.

Discover the marvels of natural engineering—and see how humans can draw inspiration from the innovations in the animal kingdom.Feel the pressure of a giraffe’s heart, catch the wind with your own simulated wings, slow down the graceful gate of a sprinting cheetah and more as you make your way through this wild exhibition. Digital interactives, immersive movies, hands-on displays and incredible specimens create an experience you won’t soon forget.

3:00 PM

Walter Burns, editor of a major Chicago newspaper, is about to lose his ace reporter and former wife, Hildy Johnson, to insurance salesman Bruce Baldwin, but not without a fight! The crafty editor uses every trick in his fedora to get Hildy to write one last big story, about murderer Earl Williams and the inept Sheriff Hartwell. The comedy snowballs as William’s friend, Molly Malloy, the crooked Mayor, and Bruce’s mother all get tied up in Walter’s web. Howard Hawks directs Cary Grant in this classic romantic comedy.

7:30 PM

Theatre Three will present The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams. A young man invites us to join him on a journey into his memories, as he revisits the people and the events that would forever change his life.
Williams’ thinly-veiled autobiographical play has captivated theater goers for generations, and launched the playwright into history books.