January events in Lakewood

Granada for CALSPOT 2 _optDec. 31
NYE at Granada Theater
Join Dallas-based indie-rockers Jonathan Tyler & the Northern Lights, along with Quaker City Night Hawks and the Roomsounds, for a New Year’s Eve bash at the Granada Theater. Doors open at 7 p.m. Preorder tickets online.
Granada Theater,
3524 Greenville, granadatheater.com,
214.824.9933, general admission $24, VIP $80

Dec. 27—Jan. 5
Children’s circus
Dallas Children’s Theater, in conjunction with Lone Star Circus, for the first time ever presents a Season Special circus extravaganza. An international galaxy of acrobats, aerialists, hand balancers, jugglers, clowns and dogs performs together to create a sensational and joyous circus spectacular.
Dallas Children’s Theater,
5938 Skillman, dct.org,
214.740.0051, $20-$46

Jan. 8
Beer Dinner
Join The Libertine Bar for its sixth Vegan Beer Dinner, starting at 7 p.m. Not only are all the featured beers vegan, but they’re also local Texas brews.
The Libertine Bar,
2101 Greenville, libertinebar.com,
reservations are required and can be made by calling 214.824.7900, $60 (plus tax)

Jan. 15
Book Reading
Texas author and historian Irene Sandell will offer a free presentation about her historical novel “The House on Swiss Avenue” at the Lakewood Branch Library. Doors open at 1:30 p.m. for seating and light refreshments. The program begins at 2 p.m.
The Lakewood Branch Library,
6121 Worth St., lakewoodlibraryfriendsdallas.org,
214.670.1376, free

Jan. 19
Gallery Concert
Bass-baritone Kyle Siddons and Biliana Dimitrova on piano perform the music of Johannes Brahms and Daniel Pinkham at 4 p.m.
St. Matthew’s Episcopal Cathedral in the Justus Sundermann Gallery,
5100 Ross, cathedralartsdallas.org, 214.887.6552, free

Go, Dog. Go! DCT _opt

Jan. 24 – Feb. 23
‘Go, Dog. Go!’
“Big dogs and little dogs. Dogs in cars.” Join Dallas Children’s Theater for their adaptation of the book “Go, Dog. Go!” by P.D. Eastman. Enjoyed by ages 4 and up.
Dallas Children’s Theater in the Rosewood Center for Family Arts,
5938 Skillman Street, dct.org, 214.740.0051, $20-$46

 

 

 

Through Jan. 25
Wildlife art
View the exhibit “Forest, Feathers, and Fur,” which features acrylic paintings by Roxanne Mather that beautifully portray animals, birds, and other creatures that live and thrive around White Rock Lake.
Bath House Cultural Center,
521 E. Lawther, dallasculture.org,
214.670.8751, free

Jan. 25
Art for Kids
From 10 a.m. to 1 pm, join art museum educator Amy Hofland, Executive Director of the Crow Collection of Asian Art, as young artists explore creative and engaging projects through diverse media and techniques. Supplies included. Ages 5-18.
St. Matthew’s Episcopal Cathedral in the Justus Sundermann Gallery,
5100 Ross, 214.887.6552, free when you register online at cathedralartsdallas.org

Jan. 26
Choral Evensong in the Cathedral
Mostly unchanged since the 16th century, Evensong continues to be one of the most treasured liturgies of the Anglican tradition. The event starts at 4 p.m. with a reception following in the Justus Sundermann Gallery.
St. Matthew’s Episcopal Cathedral,
cathedralartsdallas.org, 214.887.6552, 5100 Ross, free

Jan. 28
Memory loss presentation
Join Juliette Fowler Communities for the seminar, “The Basics: Memory Loss, Dementia & Alzheimer’s,” presented by Frances Vasquez with Family Services for the Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Dallas Chapter, from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Schneider Chapel at Juliette Fowler,
1234 Abrams Road, fowlercommunities.org,
RSVP to 800.272.3900, free


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