We're all pretty excited about the Mavs winning the NBA national championship on Sunday. It's no question that we've all waited a long time for this to happen and no one deserves it more than the Mavs do. They played with their hearts and they played like friggin' champions. Now that the Mavs are back in Dallas, what better way to congratulate our home team than to celebrate with hundreds of thousands of fans at the Victory Parade this Thursday.
Come celebrate the craftiness in your community as Etsy Dallas and Oil and Cotton mark the sixth birthday of Etsy, Inc., a Brooklyn-based global online marketplace and community for the handmade, with the second annual local craft party. This event is free, for all ages; open to the public.
Summer nights sizzle with cool jazz under the stars.
Come out to the new hot spot in Dallas on Saturday afternoon to Meet the New Mayor of Dallas and Toast to Vote. David Kunkle and Mike Rawlings are the two men remaining in the June 18th Mayoral Runoff election in Dallas and they would like to meet you.
The 3rd annual BrewRiot and Homebrew competition takes place in the historic Bishop Arts District on May 22, from 4-8pm. Local homebrewers compete in the streets showcasing their craft brews alongside live music, games, and more. Several regional microbrewies will also be on hand sampling their wares and answering questions. Adding to the Brewriot this year is a Backyard Burger Throw-down competition, and a live performance by The King Bucks. Bring your IDs. Kids and pets are welcome.
The 17th annual Deep Ellum Arts Festival rolls out the biggest party of the year. Six blocks of Main Street in the Deep Ellum entertainment district will be transformed into one enormous street festival featuring, 130 top-notch juried decorative and visual artists, 80 original bands, singer/songwriters and performance artists performing from 5 different stages, the renowned Pet Parade, and copious food and drink.
The Austin College Global Outreach Forum presents Zainab Salbi, Women for Women International founder and president, and recipient of the 2011 Posey Leadership Award given annually by the College. At the event, Salbi will present a lecture on her international humanitarian work.
Valentine’s day is just around the corner! What better time to reflect on your best relationships and biggest breakups? Join us February 14th with a date, without a date, or with a date you don't want for a 90 minute storytelling event featuring TRUE personal stories told from the stage celebrating the theme of: The Most: Makeups & Breakups.
CADD Bus Tour #3 is on Saturday, February 12th from 10am to 2pm. Visit 3 CADD Galleries, tour a collector's home and visit an Artist's studio. Seating is limited. Lunch and drinks are included.