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Where to eat, party for a good cause in East Dallas this weekend

April 13

Spring fling

Still bitter you weren’t crowned prom king or queen? Give it another shot at this 1950s sock hop. Enjoy karaoke and a performances from Dallas’ very own Pink Ladies. Proceeds benefit Jimmy Durante Children’s Fund.

Where: Dallas Fraternal Order of Eagles, 8500 Arturo Drive

Cost: $10

More info: facebook.com/events

Support the troop

Don’t want to cook this weekend? Join Boy Scouts Troop 42 for a spaghetti dinner with homemade sauce, salad, rolls and dessert. If you need takeout, pull through the parking lot, and scouts will bring your order to your vehicle.

Where: St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 3204 Skillman St.

Cost: $2-$5

More info: dallas42.mytroop.us

Be a nosy neighbor

Tour seven historic houses from the early 1900s at the Munger Place Wine Walk and Home Tour benefitting the Lipscomb Elementary parent-teacher association and the Boys & Girls Club of Greater East Dallas.

Where: Munger Place Historic District

Cost: $25-$65

More info: mungerplace.com

April 14

Grillers to your mark

Raise money for Alex Sanger fourth-graders to attend Camp Brady Spruce next year at this neighborhood grill-off.

Where: Dallas Fraternal Order of Eagles, 8500 Arturo Drive

Cost: $5-$10

More info: facebook.com/events

Bits and bites

Sample innovative, chef-curated bites and wine pairings from more than two dozen chefs at the 11th annual event.

Where: Dallas Arboretum, 8525 Garland Road

Cost: $65

More info: elcentrocollege.edu

The early bird gets the bug

The Sundown at Granada is bringing a taste of New Orleans to Greenville Avenue with its fourth annual Bugs & Brews Crawfish Boil. Chow down to some tasty tunes at two covered patios or on a rooftop bar.

Where: Sundown at Granada, 3520 Greenville Ave.

Cost: $18-$25

More info: granadatheater.com


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