Miracle on 34th Street

Miracle on 34th Street

Starting this weekend, Nov. 20, and running through Dec. 30, is “Miracle on 34th Street” at Dallas Children’s Theater. Get into the season with this play by Valentine Davies, based on the classic 1947 holiday film. Dallas Children’s Theater is at 5938 Skillman. Go to dct.org or call 214.978.0110 for more. Tickets are $15-$28.

On Nov. 20, J.D. McPherson, the rockabilly singer/songwriter from Broken Bow, Okla., performs a 9 p.m. show. Parker Millsap opens the night at Granada Theater at 3524 Greenville. Call 214.824.9933 or go to granadatheater.com for more. Tickets are $16-$25.

Running through Dec. 6, don’t miss “Godspell,” the musical based on biblical parables comes to the stage for a three-week run at Contemporary Theatre of Dallas at 5601 Sears. Call 214.828.0094 for more, or go to contemporarytheatreofdallas.com. Tickets are $30-$40.

On Saturday, Nov. 21 from 10 a.m.-noon, Nick Chamberlain, a 10 degree black belt and the owner of Chamberlain Studios of Self Defense in Dallas, is hosting a free interactive women’s self defense seminar and workout in our neighborhood. The class is at St. John’s Episcopal School at 484 Harter Road in the main gym. Women will learn techniques to fend off potential assailants.

ArboretumdallasfallThrough Nov. 25 the Dallas Arboretum features Autumn at the Arboretum with 75,000 pumpkins, gourds and squash, plus 150,000 fall blooms, including chrysanthemums and impatiens. Dallas Arboretum is located at 8525 Garland Road. Go to dallasarboretum.org for more. Entrance is $10-$15.

Still have that old VHS player? If you’re looking for a reason to dust it off and give it a whirl, stop by the flagship location of Half Price Books on Northwest Highway on Friday. All VHS tapes in stock priced at $4.98 or less will be sold for $1 on Fridays only, until further notice. Call 214.379.8000 for details.

Photo from the Vickery Meadow Local Market Facebook page

Photo from the Vickery Meadow Local Market Facebook page

Vickery Meadow Good Local Market will set up shop in the parking lot of the Flagship HPB every Sunday, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The market provides a connection between local farmers, food producers and craftsmen within our community. Shop food, clothes, jewelry and more, all made by North Texans. The Vickery Meadow Good Local Market accepts debit/credit cards and the Lone Star Card. Support for the market comes from the Vickery Meadow Improvement District. Go to the website for more.


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