It’s not quite Easter, yet, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t celebrate this weekend. An Easter Egg Hunt at Tietze Park is set for Saturday from 11 a.m.-1 p.m., with the hunt launching at 12:30 p.m. There will also be a Special Needs Hunt for little ones who may have developmental issues that keep them from enjoying the main event (due to limit space, parents are asked to register their child for this hunt here). The event is hosted by Covenant Church. To volunteer to help with the event, register here.

The young thespians of J.L. Long Middle School will perform “A Wrinkle in Time” this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 6:30 p.m. in the Long Auditorium. There is no charge to attend, but donations for the theater department will be accepted at the door.

Want to chow down on pancakes and help people in Uganda all at the same time? Rising Star Ministries hosts a proper flapjack feed this Saturday from 9-11 a.m. at Skillman Church of Christ, 3014 Skillman. The cost is $5 and all money will support the group’s ministry program in Uganda.

Nora’s Restaurant at 1928 Greenville will launch a new rooftop concert series, starting this Sunday. Called Sun/Sets, the program kicks off with DJs Daniel Zapata and Luis Reyes from 2-9 p.m. The bar will offer drink and food specials during the free events.

With its British and Irish mash-up, the Crown and Harp on Greenville is the place to be to see live music with limited-to-no cover charge. Hot Topik takes the stage Thursday at 9:30 p.m. Hellbilly Homicide, The P-Town Skanks, Revolucion Oi can be heard Friday at 10 p.m. ($5 cover at the door). Megan Storie, Mountain Song and Bereah offer a free show on Saturday at 10 p.m.

If ballroom is more your style, head to the Rhythm Room at 2714 Greenville this Sunday from 7-9 p.m. The April Ballroom Social is a chance to dance and meet others. The night starts with a 15 minute dance lesson, and refreshments will be served. The cost is $5 at the door.

If you prefer drumming, head over to Unity on Greenville this Saturday from 7-9 p.m. The Tribal Drum Concert will also include percussion, didgeridoo and vocalization. Tickets are $10 in advance (call 214.826.5683 to purchase) or $15 at the door.

Teatro Flor Candela has been producing Spanish-language and bilingual theater in Dallas for a decade, a milestone they’ll mark with a special event this Saturday at the Bath House Cultural Center. From 7-9 p.m., check out “Teatro Ambulante Fo” (“Fo Travelling Theatre”), a new portable theater experience the company hopes to build to bring arts to schools, parks and other community spaces. There is no charge to attend, but donations will be collected to support the mission.

Also at the Bath House, see “In This Day and Age,” an exhibit that explores the theme of motherhood and parenting through photography. The work will be displayed through April 22 and is free to view anytime the Bath House is open.

The campy “Captain Phantasm Meets Major Majestic” continues at Pocket Sandwich Theatre through May 13. The show follows a superhero’s adventure in this homage to 1940s pulp comics. Showtimes vary by day, get the full schedule here. Tickets are $18-$20 and available here.

Dallas Blooms closes at the Dallas Arboretum this Sunday, so it’s your last chance to see flower-encrusted VWs set among thousands of tulips and daffodils.

"Flower Power" is the theme of Dallas Blooms at the Dallas Arboretum.

“Flower Power” is the theme of Dallas Blooms at the Dallas Arboretum. (Photo by Emily Charrier)

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