At 8 p.m. two University of North Texas grads perform: Lisa Markley, a singer-songwriter with a folk/blues/jazz sound, and William Foley, a pianist and composer with more than 30 years of experience.
Uncle Calvin’s Coffeehouse, 9555 N. Central, 214.363.0044, unclecalvins.org, $15-$18
June 2-July 3
Mosaic art camp
Smashing Times hosts 13 weeklong art camps this summer. Children ages 4 and up can register for various sessions. Camp hours are 9 a.m.-noon or 1-4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Art materials, supplies and a light snack are included.
Smashing Times, 308 Preston, 214.363.2088, smashingtimes.com, $225 plus tax
CONFAB: A Dallas Parks Foundation Conversation
City insiders and advocates discuss the strides being made to grow the public green space and hike-and-bike trails at 7 p.m. during an event hosted by the Dallas Parks Foundation. Topics include the Trinity corridor, historic park pavilions, upcoming trail connections and the case for tearing down I-345.
Dallas City Performance Hall, 2502 Flora, dallasCONFAB.org, $13
Every Friday and Saturday night, catch a midnight movie at the Inwood Theatre. The ongoing series features classics such as “Troll 2,” “Battle Royale” and “Enter the Dragon.”
5458 W. Lovers, 214.352.5085, landmarktheatres.com, $10
At 7 a.m. children ages 6 to 14 years old compete for medals during the annual event at the Jewish Community Center, which includes a run, bike and swim. Arrive as early as 5:30 a.m. for pre-race meetings and warm-ups. Register online and pick up packets at PlayTri by June 7 at 6465 E. Mockingbird.
7900 Northaven, jccdallas.org, 214.739.2737, $50
Southwest Dairy Farmers
Bring your cameras and lawn chairs for an outdoor demonstration by Southwest Dairy Farmers Mobile Dairy Classroom 10:30-11:30 a.m. Kids can learn all about cows and how dairy helps our bodies, concluding with a live demonstration of how to milk a cow.
Preston Royal Library, 5626 Royal Lane, 214.670.7128, dallaslibrary2.org, free
Relive favorite childhood movies every third Wednesday of the month at Studio Movie Grill at Royal Lane. This month features “Big.”
1170 N. Central, 214.361.2966, studiomoviegrill.com, $2
11th annual Stephanie’s Day
Representatives from various healthcare providers, therapy services, camps, advocacy groups and other organizations offer information on local resources available for special-needs children 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in Macy’s Court at NorthPark Center. Children can visit with Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey ambassador clowns and enjoy face painting and games. The event is named in honor of 24-year-old Stephanie Mauldin, who has autism. She’s the daughter of former CBS 11 and TXA 21 president and general manager Steve Mauldin.
8687 N. Central, 214.363.7441, northparkcenter.com, free
Emmy Award-winning family entertainer David Chicken, known for high-energy sing-alongs, dancing, and general hilarity, performs at the Bookmarks Library at 2 p.m.
Bookmarks Library in NorthPark Center, 8687 N. Central, 214.671.1381, northparkcenter.com, free
Through Sept. 7
Saint Michael’s Farmers Market
Every Saturday in June more than 30 North Texas vendors, including Village Baking Co. and Hudspeth Farm, sell fresh produce and other edible goodies 8 a.m.-noon.
Saint Michael’s Church, 8011 Douglas, 214.363.5471, saintmichaelsmarket.com, free
‘Going to the Dogs!’
From 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. explore paintings that depict canines, interact with gentle, highly trained dogs, and learn techniques to paint a pooch portrait of your own with artist John Bramblitt and Guide Dogs of Texas. All abilities and levels of experience are welcome. Advance registration is required.
Meadows Museum, 5900 Bishop, 214.768.2516, firstname.lastname@example.org, meadowsmuseumdallas.org, $10-$25
Middle Eastern cooking with herbs
Learn about the herbs used in Middle Eastern cooking and taste the finished product during this 10 a.m.-noon class hosted by the Herb Society of America at North Haven Gardens.
7700 Northaven, 214-363-5316, nhg.com
Through July 31
This year is the 10th anniversary of the Frontiers of Flight Museum on Lemmon. Recall the venue’s original location at Love Field in an exhibit featuring photography by Debora Hunter, an associate professor of art at Southern Methodist University whose work has been shown at the Dallas Museum of Art and New Mexico History Museum. Through images of the old and new collection, Hunter explores the desire to preserve and honor our past.
Frontiers of Flight Museum, 6911 Lemmon, 214.350.3600, flightmuseum.com, $8
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