March 1

Mary Poppins Jr.

Your favorite nanny takes center stage in this supercalifragilisticexpialidocious show based on the Disney film.

Where: Wyly Auditorium, 2720 Hillside Drive

Cost: Free

More info: lakehillprep.org

Possum Kingdom Lake Getaway

This event for Mockingbird Elementary students and their dads will include hiking, canoeing, archery and horseback riding. Don’t want to rough it? Stay in climate-controlled cabins, with three meals provided.

Where: Camp Grady Spruce, 3000 Park Road

Cost: $150 per person

More info: mockingbirddads.com/events

March 2

83 in 83

On Texas Independence Day, historian and humorist Rose-Mary Rumbley celebrates 183 years of Texas history with 183 Texas facts in 83 minutes…or thereabouts.

Where: Lakewood Branch Library, 6121 Worth St.

Cost: Free

More info: lakewoodlibraryfriendsdallas.org

International Women’s Day

Celebrate the culture and history of Native American women with a two-day festival of food and conversation.

Where: Bath House Cultural Center, 521 E Lawther Drive

Cost: Free

More info: bathhouse.dallasculture.org

March 3

Mocky Horror Picture Show

Comedians hurl jokes while the audience watches films during this live, movie-mocking comedy show. Viewers can participate with special prompts that appear on the screen, telling them to shout jokes or throw props.

Where: Pocket Sandwich Theatre, 5400 E. Mockingbird Lane

Cost: $15

More info: pocketsandwich.com


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