March 1

Blooms, boots, barbecue

Kick off Dallas Blooms with a boot scootin’ good time. The festival features barbecue vendors, dance performances, line dancing lessons, music and a “These Boots Are Made for Walking” contest.

Where: Dallas Arboretum, 8525 Garland Road

Cost: Free with paid garden admission

Info: dallasarboretum.org

March 8

Pop-up produce

If you’ve been missing warm summer days when you could pick up fresh produce at the farmers market, you’re in luck. The Lakewood Village Farmers Market will open for a pop-up winter market before the full season begins.

Where: Lakewood Village Farmers Market, 6464 E. Mockingbird Lane

Cost: Free

Info: goodlocalmarket.org

March 16

Pre-eminent Puzzlers

Put those jigsaw puzzle skills to use at the Lakewood Branch Library’s puzzle competition. Find out if you or your team can put a puzzle together the fastest.

Where: Lakewood Branch Library, 6121 Worth St.

Cost: Free

Info: dallaslibrary.org

March 21

“Last Stop on Market Street”

Catch the opening performance of this play based on the beloved children’s book. Follow CJ and Nana as they travel on a public bus across a culturally diverse American city.

Where: Dallas Children’s 

Theater, 5938 Skillman St.

Cost: $23-$28

Info: dct.org

March 31

Treat yo’ self

This “Parks and Recreation” quiz will literally reveal how much you know about the show. Keep an eye out for Li’l Sebastian for a truly special evening.

Where: Pocket Sandwich Theatre, 5400 

E. Mockingbird Lane

Cost: $10-$12

Info: pocketsandwich.com


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