Preston Hollow students Caroline McLeod and Ben Moner rehearse with Far North Dallasiste Parker Smith for "Pride and Prejudice"

Left: Preston Hollow students Caroline McLeod and Ben Moner rehearse with Far North Dallasiste Parker Smith for “Pride and Prejudice”

Cambridge Students and Faculty will present Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” 7 p.m. April 18 and 19. The novel was adapted for the stage by Jon Jory and tickets are $5. Students and faculty practiced “Regency Era” etiquette and dance in preparation of this performance at 3877 Walnut Hill Lane.

Starting April 20 and running through the 27th, Tibetan Buddhist monks will be at the Crow Collection for a week-long artist residency. The monks will make Tantric Buddhist mandala and sand paintings by using millions of grains of crushed marble and laying them into place. People are encouraged to watch the process.

Being a busybody neighbor was never so encouraged. Do more than peek into your neighbor’s backyard for a “Backyard Garden Tour” 9 a.m.–noon April 20. Check out beautiful gardens, learn tips and socialize with your neighbors as a part of Northaven Park Neighborhood Association’s annual tour. Tour starts at 9 a.m. on the east side of Withers Elementary.


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