Saturday, Nov. 7 Looking to add a little color to your crib or cubicle? The White Rock Art Festival benefiting Hexter Elementary will offer works from 50 artists, and sales benefit the school — it’s a win-win.  

Go goofy at the neighborhood carnival that features bounce houses, a silly string zone, candy apples, can-smash, pumpkin decorating, cake walk, vendor booths and awesome raffle prizes. What’s a can smash? Not sure but you can find out at the Robert E. Lee elementary Saturday.

Score enviable holiday gifts and goods at the Greenland Hills United Methodist Church’s Global Village Market, a unique two-day shopping extravaganza put on by charitable organizations and fair-trade retailers. Extra perks include live music, an African fashion show, chili cook-off, homemade pies and silent auction.

Little Forest Hills Funky 4K is a little run promising an afternoon of big fun.

You got your flu shot, now take care of your furry BFF at the Animal Allies of Texas low cost pet vaccination and microchipping clinic.

Funky Fish Party with David Chicken — you and your kids will bust a gut laughing at this guy and his ludicrous antics.

Sunday, Nov. 8 The Junius Heights Home Tour is a testament to the importance of preserving historic homes in our neighborhood.

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