‘Pinkalicious the Musical

Sept 21 – Oct. 21
‘Pinkalicious the Musical’
Based on the book by Victoria and Elizabeth Kann, Dallas Children’s Theater presents “Pinkalicious the Musical,” a celebration of family and love. This show is intended for ages 5 and older.
Rosewood Center for Family Arts, 5938 Skillman, 214.740.0051,  $14–$40

Through Nov. 5
Chihuly at the Dallas Arboretum

A little more than two months are left to view artist Dale Chihuly’s colorful glass sculptures in more than 15 locations throughout the garden. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings are “Chihuly Nights,” a rare opportunity to stroll the garden at night and enjoy these illuminated works of art. Dallas Arboretum, 8525 Garland, 214.515.6500, $9 (child)–$15 (adult); Chihuly Nights $9–$20

Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27
Concerts at the Arboretum

The Dallas Arboretum’s concert series resumes this fall. This month’s lineup includes A Hard Night’s Day, Hunter Sullivan, Emerald City and Dallas Unlimited. Dallas Arboretum, 8525 Garland, 214.515.6500, $9–$22

Sept. 8
Lakewood Libraryfest

The 12th annual libraryfest, from 10 a.m.–5 p.m., includes live music from The Ackermans, Rami Ackerman and Zach Youpa, plus activities for children, a book sale and raffle prizes including a Texas-themed afghan created by the Lakewood Knit Wits. Food from Whole Foods Market Lakewood will be available for purchase. Lakewood Library, 6121 Worth, 214.670.1376, free

White Rock Local Market

Sept. 8, 22
White Rock Local Market

From 8 a.m.–1 p.m., join local farmers, artisans and other vendors for a neighborhood market. Sept. 22 will feature farmers, growers and artisan foods, while Sept. 8 is the “everything” market with arts and crafts as well. Green Spot Market & Fuels, 702 N. Buckner, free

Sept. 19
The Walkmen

New York City-based The Walkmen are known for their exuberant live shows, often offering two hours of precision rock-n-roll. Granada Theater, 3524 Greenville, , $22-$24

Sept. 20
What to Wear Fashion Show

Mockingbird Station’s fall fashion show, from 6–8 p.m., will feature a panel of style experts, cocktails, music and more. Prizes will be awarded to the most fashionable attendees. Outdoor Mezzanine, Angelika Film Center, free

Sept. 21–23
Munger Place Days

Celebrate the Munger Place Historic District with a home tour, wine walk, street festival and art fair. This year’s tour will feature six beautiful homes — one complete with a ghost — and will run Sept. 22 – 23 from noon–6 p.m. The wine walk, 5 – 8 p.m. Sept. 21, will kick off the tour with an intimate preview of the homes, bites from local restaurants and, of course, wine. Start your holiday shopping at the art fair on Sept. 23, from noon–6 p.m. Enjoy food trucks and live music, $12–$25

Sept. 22
Peace project

As part of the Deep Ellum Gallery Walk, 29 Pieces presents a collaborative art show with California-based The Peace Project from 6 – 10 p.m. The show will feature hundreds of works with the theme “make peace.” 29 Pieces co-founder and president, Lakewood Heights resident Karen Blessen, presents this exhibit as a part of her personal mission to show that art can change the world. 29 Pieces, 124 N. Peak, free

Sept. 22–Nov. 21
Autumn at the Arboretum

Once again, the Dallas Arboretum will play host to 150,000 blooming fall flowers and 50,000 pumpkins and gourds. Don’t miss the nationally acclaimed pumpkin village, Cinderella’s carriage, the Oktoberfest Garten featuring a Hans Mueller menu, and more. Dallas Arboretum, 8525 Garland, 214.515.6500, , $9–$15

Sept. 27–30
Dallas Video Festival

Its roots are in our neighborhood, and this year the festival celebrates its 25th anniversary, offering more than 150 programs. Touted as the oldest and largest video festival in the United States, the Dallas Video Festival is open to professional and non-professional makers working in all genres with a goal of furthering education about the creative possibilities of video. Dallas Museum of Art, 1717 N. Harwood, prices vary/$50 all-festival pass



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