Posts by Patricia Martin
Make plans to attend the 2014 UNIVERSITY PARK HOLIDAY TREE LIGHTING IN SNIDER PLAZA!
There will be 29 participating vendors including 9 food trucks, a Giving Tree, great ENTERTAINMENT including; RICHMOND PUNCH, Jazz Inc., Bump City Band, Preston Center Dance, Dallas Music, Lads and Lassies from HPHS, and Dallas Ballet. Admission is free! Sunday, Nov. 23, 2014, 1-6 p.m.
The popular yoga studio, We Yogis, is helping its clientele spread their love of yoga. Now through November 27th, all members can bring a spouse, partner, or other household member (14 Years+) to share in their yoga practice for free – as often as they wish through Nov. 27th. If you are not a member, you can still take advantage of this “plus one” offer by signing up for a 5 or 10 session package during the month.
We Yogis is located next to Chico’s on Lovers Lane, just west of the Tollway. We Yogis also has childcare available.
Plan ahead for next weekend’s Hyer Preschool Association Hollydays Bazaar, Fri.-Sat., Nov. 7 – 8. With more than 100 unique vendors you are sure to find the perfect gift. There’s live entertainment, a silent auction and food trucks. For more information and advance tickets.
Bachendorf’s is sponsoring a signing event on Thursday, Oct. 30, with Rosa Lladro, daughter of one of the brand’s founding brothers. At the event, you will discover the newest additions to this fascinating porcelain brand, including the charming limited edition featuring the rhythms of the fifties, Let’s swing.
Rosa Lladro will be pleased to sign all your purchases. For more information go here. The event will be held at Bachendorf’s at Preston Center from 3 to 5 p.m. RSVP to 214-692-8400 or events@bachendorf’s.com.
Looking for a great family activity? The Fort Worth Alliance Air Show is this weekend, Oct. 25-26. The headliners are the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds. It looks like it will be perfect blue-sky weather. It’s a great reason to be looking up instead of down at our phones! Admission is free, although you’ll have to pay for parking. All the details are at allianceairshow.com.
It’s the 20th anniversary of the Kappa Kappa Gamma Tablescapes event and this year’s theme is classic Southern cooking with a French twist.
The Candlelight event will be held the evening of Oct. 20 at the Dallas Country Club. The First Hour Viewing is from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. and the cocktail buffet, with entertainment by DSQ Electric, is from 7:30 – 10 p.m.
If you’ve never attended this event, it’s truly one of the best examples of elegant, fun and over-the-top creativity. There are still tickets available at Kappa Dallas.
Performances will be at the Music Hall December 2-14, 2014.
- The show is looking for a child with a love of theater and a strong stage presence.
- Auditioner will need some dance training in order to learn the choreography.
- Auditioner must be between the ages of 8-13
- Auditioner’s height must be between 4’5” and 4’10”.
- Registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis and audition space is limited.
- Auditioner must bring Photo to the audition (does not have to be a head shot).
We misprinted the times of service for King of Glory at 6411 LBJ Freeway, Dallas in our Worship Services listing.
The correct times for Sunday:
8 a.m. – Traditional Worship
9 a.m. – Jazz Blend Worship
10:10 a.m. – Sunday School & Adult Education
11:15 a.m. – Traditional Worship
I saw an ad for The Dallas Summer Musicals’ - Mamma Mia (one of my favorites) in the latest Park Cities People. Check out their summer line up, they have some lively entertainment for the entire family. Did you know that the DSM is Celebrating 75 Years? That’s amazing! Hope to see you at the musicals.
So yesterday was Earth Day, but I figured since Earth Day Texas isn’t until this weekend I’m not late. Recently I attended an event at Dallas Audubon, just a few minutes from Downtown Dallas and worth the trip by the way. The center director Ben Jones gave a talk and mentioned that we can all do something every day to improve our environment. He picks up at least one piece of trash a day; That resonated with me and I’m trying to do the same thing. It made me remember the “Keep America Beautiful” commercial from 1970 (I’m dating myself), which was touching and still relevant.