A celebration of life in the heart of Dallas

Tuesday, November 3, 2015


Living at Museum Tower, opportunities abound to celebrate the fall season to the fullest. From charity balls, exploring captivating museums, relaxing at outdoor sporting events or enjoying any of the daily interactive activities at Klyde Warren Park, the best experiences are always happening just steps away from your high-rise home.
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Falling in Love with Fall
As the weather cools down and the changing leaves mark the enthralling season of fall, we welcome soirees, sporting events and charity affairs. From luncheons to art benefits to black-tie balls, they all raise money for benevolent philanthropic organizations. Live performances nearby Museum Tower signify the start of the holiday season, like Tchaikovsky’s classic Nutcracker in symphony form. Mark your calendars for these top-tier events during the month of November.

Live Performances and Entertainment

Dallas City Performance Hall
British born and of Bangladeshi decent, Khan is celebrated internationally for stunningly crafted works that demand the audience’s attention.Taking you to new and unexpected places through themes and exploration, his work is thoughtful, provocative and surprising. A masterwork of artistic alliance, Kaash is a stunning collaboration with famed artist Anish Kapoor and composer Nitin Sawhney.

NOVEMBER 6-22 (select dates)
Winspear Opera House
Love, lust and loyalty blend with political intrigue and romance in this action-packed opera, one of the Dallas Opera’s most popular productions.

Meyerson Symphony Center
One of Israel’s oldest and most influential cultural institutions, the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra has dedicated itself to presenting the world’s greatest music to audiences in Israel and around the world. Founder Bronislaw Huberman created an “orchestra of soloists” who had lost their jobs as a result of Naziism. Now, under the leadership of Zubin Mehta, one of the most internationally acclaimed orchestral and operatic conductors of our time, the orchestra continues to absorb new immigrants, serving as a gathering point for musicians from all over the world.

Meyerson Symphony Center
Conductor Andrew Grams presents this holiday classic with a full orchestra as part of the Texas Instruments series. Tchaikovsky’s iconic music fills the Meyerson Center, and nothing else, so as not to distract from the sheer beauty of the sound.
Exhibitions and Happenings

Perot Museum of Nature and Science
Illuminating the mesmerizing world of plants and animals that glow from the deepest parts of the ocean and beyond, this exhibit will move guests through a series of re-created environments to explore bioluminescence – the production and emission of light by extraordinary organisms.

Rosine Hall | Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens
Presented by the Women’s Council of the Dallas Arboretum, the Writer’s Garden Literary Symposium & Luncheon will feature authors Diane Dorrans Saeks, Meryle Secrest and Judith B. Tankard.

AT&T Stadium
The 20th Anniversary Celebration will honor the progress that WBCS has made over the last two decades and the members who make it possible. Featuring gourmet food, cocktails, casino games, a live auction, and live entertainment by Emerald City, this event celebrates the nonprofit that has been helping women-owned business flourish, facilitating and strengthening opportunities between women-owned businesses, corporate America and the government.                                        

Fashion Industry Gallery
The art-chic live auction event improving the lives of abused children in Dallas through the trans-formative power of art therapy, drawing in 100 local and regional artists.

Omni Dallas Hotel
An unforgettable evening that will include a cocktail reception, seated dinner, live entertainment and both a silent and live auction benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Expressions Home Gallery
Celebrate the holidays by attending the DIFFA/Dallas Holiday Wreath Collection which features over 70 one-of-a-kind wreaths from designers around the world available for auction.

Angelika Film Center Dallas
This 4-day festival at the Angelika, chaired by Tanya and Pete Foster with honorary chairs Margaret and Syd Carter, showcases films about the U.S. armed forces, followed by conversations with decorated veterans from the films.

Fashion Industry Gallery
Fashion Group International of Dallas presents a glamorous night of fashion, celebrating honoree Prabal Gurung with proceeds benefitting the FGI of Dallas Scholarship Program.

1605 North Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, TX 75207  
Shop the warehouse inventory before Dwell with Dignity makes the big move. This is your chance to get incredible deals on everything in the warehouse, from high- end designer goods to unique treasures that will inspire your next DIY project. It's first come, first serve and everything is priced to sell with 100% of the proceeds going to support the warehouse mission to help families escape poverty and homelessness through design.

Omni Dallas Hotel
Benefitting The Bridge homeless center, the sixth annual fundraiser will feature a seated breakfast, keynote speaker Willie Baronet and the presentation of the annual Bridge Builder Award.

Food Frenzies

Renaissance Dallas Hotel
NTX Beer Week presents the 2015 Brewer’s Ball – the chance to rub elbows with craft beer elite. The ball will feature national and local breweries as well as bites from local beer-centric restaurants. Members from the Dallas Opera will perform traditional opera and drinking songs from around the globe.

Hibiscus Restaurant
Join Dallas Uncorked as they host Rene Schlatter, owner of the highly acclaimed Merryvale Winery in Napa Valley, for a very special wine dinner at Hibiscus Restaurant, benefiting the Dallas Chapter of Les Dames d'Escoffier International.Over the multi course meal, you will have the opportunity to taste Merryvale's cool climate, Carneros estate Chardonnay, their expressive, refined Merryvale Cabernet Sauvignon, their floral, fresh Cabernet Franc and a special pour of their flagship Bordeaux style blend, Profile.

All November

Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens
Autumn at the Arboretum continues through Nov. 25th featuring the impressive and nationally acclaimed Pumpkin Village – a collection of whimsical pumpkin houses made from a record 75,000 pumpkins, gourds and squash. A multitude of special events take place throughout the festival including a hay bale maze, a pumpkin patch, scavenger hunts, Mommy and Me Mondays, Tiny Tot Tuesdays, special music and more. 

Dallas Contemporary
This season’s exhibits feature artists Bani Abidi, Nadia Kaabi-Linke, Adriana Varejao, Synchrodogs and Jason Willaford, showing now through the end of the year.

Major Sporting Events

NOVEMBER 1, 8, 26
The Dallas Cowboys face off against the Seattle Seahawks and Philadelphia Eagles early this month at AT&T Stadium. What’s Thanksgiving without a Dallas Cowboys game? Gather the family to attend this year’s game against the Carolina Panthers.

NOVEMBER 7, 11, 13, 20, 28  
Dallas Mavericks fans, head to the American Airlines Center this November to cheer on your team against the Raptors, Pelicans, Hornets, Jazz, Clippers, Lakers and Nuggets!

The SMU Mustangs take on Temple and Tulane this month at Ford Stadium. Don’t forget to head to the tree-lined campus early for an SMU classic before each game – The Boulevard!
NOVEMBER 10,12, 21, 24
“And now your DALLAS STARS”…a familiar phrase to fans of the ice hockey team, led by Jamie Benn. Hit the ice at the American Airlines Center to cheer them on as they face Toronto, Winnipeg, Ottawa and Buffalo at home this month!