Woodrow Wilson High School band (Advocate stock photo)

Woodrow Wilson High School band (Advocate stock photo)

This Sunday, the Woodrow Wilson High School band is performing a Beatles Tribute featuring Hard Nights Day at the Granada Theater with special guests from the School of Rock DFW. The concert is Feb. 21 from 4 p.m.-6 p.m. Doors open at 3 p.m. This is a benefit concert to raise money for band instruments and private music lesson scholarships for the students in the Woodrow Wilson High School Band. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased online or at the door.

Today, Feb. 17, at 2 p.m., master gardener Roseann Ferguson from Texas Discovery Gardens will give tips on how to plant a garden that will attract butterflies. The program starts at 2 p.m. Lakewood Library at 6121 Worth. Call 214.670.1376 or go to lakewoodlibraryfriendsdallas.org for more. The event is free.

Violin: stock photo

Violin: stock photo

Also this weekend, Feb. 21, is the 4th Annual Concert of Muses, which spotlights the instructors who inspire and endow the young students of the brand new Lakewood Conservatory of Fine Arts that just opened in the neighborhood at 7328 Abrams last month. The event is from 3 p.m.- 5 p.m. Go to the Facebook page for more information.

Through March 5 is the beloved “El Corazon” art exhibition at the Bath House Cultural Center is kicking off its 22nd year. The show allows local artists to offer their interpretations of the human heart. It opens with a reception for the artists from 7-9 p.m. Bath House Cultural Center is at 521 E. Lawther. Call 214.670.8749 or go to bathhousecultural.com for more. The event is free.

DCT's A year with Frog and Toad

DCT’s A year with Frog and Toad

Through Feb. 28 don’t miss the whimsical musical, “A Year with Frog and Toad,” which follows two best friends and their quirky egos from hibernation to planting, to swimming, to sledding. Dallas Children’s Theater is at 5938 Skillman. Go to dct.org or call 214.978.0110 for more. Tickets are $15-$28.

Through March 20 is an exhibit by Dallas native Martin Delabano will be on display at St. Matthew’s Cathedral Arts. The exhibit, “Salvaged and Repurposed: Selected works of Martin Delabano,” will be held in the Justus Sundermann Gallery. Parking and admission is free. Go to cathedralartsdallas.org or call 214.887.6552 for more.