Dallas Architecture Forum

Dallas Architecture Forum’s tour of the Meaders residence

June 17
Modern living
The Dallas Architecture Forum’s modern living cocktail reception comes to Preston Hollow this month for a tour of the Meaders residence. Tickets include cocktails and nibbles, plus a talk from the home’s designers. Once you buy a ticket, the home’s address will be emailed to you.
Dallas Architecture Forum, dallasarchitectureforum.org, 214.764.2406, $75-$90


Through Aug. 29
Farmers market
Vendors sell fresh produce and other edible goodies every Saturday from 8 a.m.-noon at the Saint Michael’s Farmers Market.
Saint Michael’s Church, 8011 Douglas, 214.363.5471, saintmichaelsmarket.com, free

June 5
Family yoga
Instructor Stephanie Spett leads little ones and their parents through breathing, stretching, poses and a story in the NorthCourt. Bring a mat.
NorthPark Center, 8687 N. Central, 214.363.7441, northparkcenter.com, free

June 5, 12, 19 and 26
Movies in the park
The Shops at Park Lane breaks in its new park with a series of outdoor movies, every Friday in June. The movies are “Pitch Perfect,” “Jurassic Park,” “Zoolander” and “Despicable Me 2.” The movies start around 8:30 p.m. Coolers and alcohol are not permitted.
The Shops at Park Lane, 8080 Park, 214.365.0222, parklanedallas.com, free

June 6-7
D-Day commemoration
The Frontiers of Flight Museum remembers the anniversary of D-Day, June 6, 1944, “when the largest invasion force in military history stormed ashore on the beaches of France and began the drive to Germany that would result in the end of World War II in Europe 11 months later.” The rarely seen Stinson L-5 “Sentinel” will be on display as well as World War II exhibits. World War II veterans receive free admission.
Frontiers of Flight Museum, 6911 Lemmon, 214.350.3600, flightmuseum.com, $8

June 6-10
Cello festival
The third-annual Lev Aronson Legacy cello festival includes five evening cello concerts open to the public. Lev Aronson was a Holocaust survivor who served as principal cellist for the Dallas Symphony Orchestra for nearly 20 years and was a teacher at SMU.
O’Donnell Hall at SMU, Owen Arts Center, 6101 Bishop room 2130, levaronsonlegacy.com, $20-$50

June 12
Ray Bonneville
New Orleans-influenced blues singer-songwriter Ray Bonneville brings his song-and-groove style to Uncle Calvin’s. Ganey Arsement opens.
Uncle Calvin’s, 9555 N. Central Expressway, 214.363.0044, unclecalvins.org, $15-$18

June 13-14
Edible festival
North Haven Gardens celebrates the edible garden with a weekend of events. Topics include container gardening, pickling, organic gardening and growing tomatoes.
North Haven Gardens, 7700 Northaven, 214-363-5316, nhg.com, free-$65

June 15 and 19
Kids movie
Every third Monday and Wednesday of the month are “family rewind” days at Studio Movie Grill. This month’s selection is “Rio 2.” The shows start at 11 a.m.
Studio Movie Grill, 11170 N. Central Expressway, 214.361.2966, studiomoviegrill.com, $3

June 16
North Dallas history
Preston Road was named for a cattleman. But Midway? Midway to what? Storyteller and historian Bob Reitz, who grew up in Dallas in the ’50s and ’60s, sets his compass on North Dallas people and places in a humorous talk starting at 6:30 p.m.
Park Forest Library, 3421 Forest, dallaslibrary.org, free

June 18
Ladies night
Smashing Times waives the studio fee between 6-8 p.m. Get a group together to make mosaics, fused glass or silver jewelry. Snacks and beverages are welcome.
Smashing Times, 308 Preston, 214.363.2088, smashingtimes.com


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