Dallas Wine Trail

April 6 Dallas Wine Trail

Embark on a wine-tasting adventure from 11 a.m.–5 p.m. when you purchase tickets to the “Spring Grand Tasting.” Tickets include three tastes at four Dallas wineries (one is a stop at Fuqua Winery) with food pairings, a free bottle of wine from one of them, a souvenir 19.5-ounce Bordeaux crystal “Dallas Wine Trail” glass, and a Dallas Wine Trail map. This event typically sells out quickly.

Dallas Wine Trail, Fuqua Winery 3737 Atwell Street Suite 203, 214.769.1147, dallaswinetrail.com, tickets are $49.95


April 6 ARTsPARK

Walk around NorthPark and do more than window-shopping. From noon to 4 p.m. 50 local art organizations will share information about volunteer opportunities and membership information and perform. Listen to live music and win prizes and giveaways.

NorthPark Center, 8687 N. Central Expressway, northparkcenter.com


April 7 Edible Festival

Leslie Finical Halleck of Halleck Horticultural will host a workshop on urban backyard farming. Her 12:30–4:30 p.m. workshop coincides with North Haven Gardens’ “Edible Festival” where herbs and veggies will sell for 50 percent off.

North Haven Gardens, 7700 Northaven Road, 214.363.5316, nhg.com


April 11 Meet the candidates

The Northaven Park Neighborhood Association will host a structured candidate forum and Q&A at 7 p.m. for District 13 candidates, Leland Burk and Jennifer Staubach Gates.

Northaven Park Neighborhood Association, event is at Withers Elementary, 3959 Northaven Road, npna.org


April 11 Grandparent class

Join the staff at Medical City Dallas Hospital for a 7–9 p.m. class where you’ll learn about car seat safety, safe sleeping, age appropriate play and home safety while watching your grandchildren.

Medical City Dallas Hospital, 7777 Forest Lane, Building E, City Hall, 972-566-7153, medicalcityhospital.com


Sightings: Nathan MabryApril 12–July 7 ‘Sightings: Nathan Mabry’

Artist Nathan Mabry installs his works in Nasher Sculpture Center’s garden for its annual “Sightings” series of installations and interventions. Mabry is creating a special sculpture based on an ancient terracotta Jalisco figure, and will install six other figures inspired by Rodin’s Burghers of Calais.

Nasher Sculpture Center, 2001 Flora Street, 214.242.5125, nashersculpturecenter.org



April 13–May 4 Good Form Running

Join RunOn! trainers for this specialty class on how to run faster, easier and injury free. The 8 a.m. –9 a.m. four-week class is designed to help you learn how to keep your form in a fun and easy way.

RunOn!, 11811 Preston, 469.297.8929, runontexas.com/class/good-form-running, $50


April 19 Young Life Annual Clay Shoot

Help raise money for North Dallas’ Young Life program and its upcoming summer camp by spending an afternoon clay shooting, eating barbecue, watching a concert and winning some prizes. Registration starts at noon and the actual shoot starts at 1 p.m.

North Dallas Young Life, event is at Elm Fork Shooting Range, 10751 Luna Road, call Allison Conway at 214.369.4930, northdallas.younglife.org, $1,000–$10,000 for team sponsoring or $250 per person for four individual shooters


April 20 Backyard garden tour

Take a gander into your neighbor’s backyard – the legal way. Northaven Park Neighborhood Association’s Beautification Committee will host their annual garden tour from 9 a.m.–noon. Grab a map of the eight homes to be toured at 9 a.m. at the Withers Garden on the east side of Withers Elementary.

Northaven Park Neighborhood Association, R.S.V.P here npna.org/events/17/annual-npna-neighborhood-backyard-garden-tour or call Michael Glover at 214.923.1480, Withers Elementary 3959 Northaven Road


April 20 DADA Spring Gallery Walk

Attend your local gallery and nonprofit art spaces for artist demonstrations, films and more as a part of the Dallas Art Dealers Association’s annual gallery walk from 2–8 p.m. The day also includes panel discussions for artists, DADA Docents, an after party.

Dallas Art Dealers Association, 214.914.1099, go to dallasartdealers.org for a map of all the happenings


Turtle Creek Home Tour

April 21 Turtle Creek Home Tour

Walk through five luxurious high-rise homes from 1-5 p.m. A post tour “after party” will take place from 6-8 p.m. Proceeds go to the nonprofit Turtle Creek Association that works to enhance beauty and quality of life in the 87 acres of greenways and parkland in the Turtle Creek Corridor.

Turtle Creek Association, free parking at Park Creek Place 3635 Hall Street, 214.526.2800, turtlecreekassociation.org, tickets are $60 for non-members and $50 for members. Early bird tickets are $54 for non-members and $45 for TCA members. After party tickets are $125 each.



April 26 A talented trio

Three talented folk singer/songwriters are teaming up for their mini tour of Texas, and they’re stopping by Uncle Calvin’s. Singer/songwriter Sarah Sample, Edie Carey and Andy Gullahorn are all award-winning artists who will perform together for the first time after crossing paths at several festivals.

Uncle Calvin’s Coffeehouse, 9555 N. Central Expressway, 214.363.0044, unclecalvins.org, $15 in advance and $18 at the door

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