7 things to do in Preston Hollow this June

Through Sept. 9
Fresh finds
Explore the Saint Michael’s Farmers Market, where local farmers and artisans sell produce and handmade items. It’s open every Saturday this summer from 8 a.m.-noon.
Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, 8011 Douglas Ave., 214.363.5471, saintmichaelsmarket.com, free

June 9
Movie night
Bring a blanket or lawnchair to the Northaven Trail to watch “The Secret Life of Pets.” The animated film starts at dusk, and  Frost Gelato will hand out frozen treats.
Northaven Trail, 10937 Edgemere Road, northaventrail.org, free

June 12
Golf for the kids
The Erwin Waldman Memorial Golf Tournament provides funding for children in need to attend the Jewish Community Center’s camps and preschool. Spend all day on the green for two rounds of golf, a continental breakfast, buffet lunch and evening cocktail reception.
Coyote Ridge Golf Club, 1640 W. Hebron Parkway, 214.643.8665, jccdallas.org/golf, $35-$10,000

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June 17
Father’s Day storytime
Celebrate Father’s Day with Marjorie Blain Parker’s “When Dads Don’t Grow Up,” which highlights the zany antics of four fathers and their children. Storytime starts at 11 a.m. and families can stick around for activities afterward.
Barnes & Noble, 5959 Royal Lane suite 616, 214.363.0924, stores.barnesand noble.com, free

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June 17
Tomato taste-off
Avid gardeners can show off their best homegrown tomatoes during the garden center’s contest. Winners are determined by popular vote, and the competition is slated from 9 a.m.-noon.
North Haven Gardens, 7700 Northaven Road, 214.363.5316, nhg.com/gardeneducation, free

June 24
Summer learning
Tour the Frontiers of Flight museum for free during Dallas City of Learning Turn Up. This citywide event was established so that children and teens can continue learning throughout the summer.
Frontiers of Flight, 6911 Lemmon Ave., 214.350.3600, flightmuseum.com, free

June 25
Helping the homeless
Participants will pack stoplight bags to keep in their cars and distribute to the homeless. Items needed in each bag include socks, snacks and hygiene products.
Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church, 9800 Preston Road, 214.368.6348, phpc.org, free


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