SWISS AVENUE MOTHER’S DAY HOME TOUR
The 45th annual tour will feature eight early 20th century homes and include an art fair, vintage automobiles, children’s area, horse drawn carriage rides, food, drink and entertainment.
Swiss Avenue, sahd.org, $25-$30
See an adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s 1894 story of Mowgli, a boy who learns lessons of loyalty and friendship in the jungle with the animals that raised him. Enjoyed by ages 5 and up.
Dallas Children’s Theater, 5938 Skillman, dct.org, 214.740.0051, $23-$28
DOG DAYZ OF DALLAS
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with this dog-friendly festival complete with contests, food trucks, scavenger hunts and pet vendors.
Flag Pole Hill, 805 Doran Circle, dallasdoglife.com, free
PEEP THE COOPS
Experience an urban chicken coop tour through North and East Dallas, featuring innovative coops, expert advice and a local market with food, artisans, booths and entertainment for the whole family, benefiting Moss Haven Farm.
Tour begins at Moss Haven Farm, 9202 Moss Farm Lane,
See your neighbors’ artistic touch at the 54th annual Lakewood Library Art Show. Local residents contributed all the pieces for this exhibit, which can be viewed when the library is open.
Lakewood Library, 6121 Worth St., dallaslibrary2.org, 214.670.1376, free
May 9 -26
‘THE VELOCITY OF AUTUMN’
The play by Eric Coble tells the tale of Alexandra, an elderly artist who is battling her family over where she will spend her remaining years.
Bath House Cultural Center, 521 E. Lawther, bathhouse.dallasculture.org 214.670.8749, $12-$16
WHITE ROCK EAST GARDEN TOUR & ARTISANS
Enjoy spring blooms during this self-guided tour through neighborhood gardens. Take in work from local artists along the way and visit a plant sale at Alex Sanger Elementary School.
Various locations, whiterockgardentour.org, $12-$15
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