Category: Special Advertising Content

Participance at All-Time High for Dallas Summer Musicals

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More than 70 schools to showcase productions.

The Dallas Summer Musicals High School Musical Theatre Awards (DMS HSMTA) announced that 2017 has broken all records for schools participating in the summer program.

A total of 76 schools, both public and private, representing 40 school districts across North Texas and Oklahoma will be participating this year. This is more than double the first year’s total of 30 participating schools.

Slated for May 18 at the Music Hall at Fair Park, the awards show is a public red carpet affair. Nominees and celebrities walk the red carpet beginning at 5:30 p.m., with the show following at 7:00 p.m.


Just in Time – DeMesy.com

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In the heart of Park Cities, DeMesy.com has been the leading online retailer of luxury watches and jewelry for over 30 years. Recognizing the value and advantages of buying pre-owned timepieces, DeMesy Fine Watches & Jewelry was one of the first to specialize in the sale and purchase of high-end luxury watches online. Family owned and operated by Joe and Dana Demesy, DeMesy buys and sells exquisite pieces to the most discerning clientele all over the world. The beautiful appointment-only office space at Highland Park Place houses some of the most coveted watches in the world!


Third Annual Boots and Blessings Gala Benefiting Ally’s Wish

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Heather Bryan, Missy Phipps, Melissa Cary, and HollyReed. (Photo: Bob Manzano)

The third annual Boots & Blessings Gala presented by Lisa and Greg Drew will take place at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 29, 2017 at Gilley’s Dallas.

The evening will include a cocktail hour, a seated dinner buffet, and live country-western entertainment from The Breckenridge Band.

Chairs Kim Gilchrist and Carmen Surgent will lead the event, along with Underwriting Chair Kersten Rettig. Radio host and TV personality Kellie Rasberry will emcee the evening.


Park Cities Presbyterian Church Welcomes You to Holy Week

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Come participate in the Lord's passion and celebrate His resurrection with us!

A VOICE OF LAMENTATION
April 9-16

“I call on Your name, O LORD, from the depths of the pit.” —Lamentations 3:55

The book of Lamentations gives voice to the depth of sorrow God's people felt over the destruction of their homeland. It is a raw expression of love, loss, anguish, and hope. The liturgy of Holy Week beckons us to this same range of emotional honesty. We will hear the voice of Jesus crying out for us and gain confidence that the God to whom we pray shares our tears. And as we awaken on Easter to the good news that Jesus is risen, we will remember that in our lament lies this unwavering hope: “The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; His mercies are new every morning” (Lamentations 3:22-23).

Palm Sunday Services: 8:00, 9:30, 11:00 am

Weekday Services: Monday-Friday: noon–12:35 pm (lunches following: $9)

Wednesday Vespers: 5:30–6:00 pm

Maundy Thursday Communion: 7:00 pm

EASTER Sunday Services: "Great Is Your Faithfulness"
8:00, 9:30, 11:00 am (identical services)
Shuttle parking at Two Turtle Creek parking garage

pcpc.org

4124 Oak Lawn 75219


Northaven Home Tour

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7219 Kenny Lane, Dallas Tx (Photo courtesy: Northaven Home Tour)

The Arthur Kramer Elementary PTA invites the public to join them from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 8 for the inaugural Northaven Home Tour. The event will showcase the school and surrounding neighborhood. It features five exceptional, homes each with its own distinct personality.

Kramer delivers a top-notch public education, including International Baccalaureate and Dual Language programs, to a diverse student population. Funds raised through The Northaven Home Tour will be invested in needed campus improvements, technology, and other programs.


Fort Worth Show of Antiques and Art

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Described by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram as "an antique show that lets its hair down," the Fort Worth Show of Antiques & Art invites you to party among the plunder -- fantastic finds from all over the world. Not your grandmother's antique show, unless your grandmother collected Eames, Milo Baughman or Danish Modern.

Founded in 1963, the Fort Worth Show is the original antique and art show in the American West, with art and antiques of all styles, eras and prices. High, low and in between.

150 top exhibitors from around the US, hand-picked for the Fort Worth-Dallas audience, a delicious mix of quality, eclectic and spunky dealers, never found under one roof anywhere else.

Only 3 days per year, only in Fort Worth.


For Sale: Add a Little Wiggle to Your Life

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American Kennel Club English Golden Retriever puppies are the best of the best!

We ensure the best companions with outstanding appearance. Each puppy receives ENS (Early Neurological Stimulation) every day from birth until the time they leave. Our goldens are calm, loving, intelligent, devoted and have the most amazing temperaments.

New litters are available for Spring Break. For more information visit www.unforgettablegoldens.com or call 214-282-9091.


Camp in the City at Grace Bible Church

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CityLogo_BlueandYellowCamp in the City is Pine Cove’s summer day camp right in our neighborhood! Pine Cove is coming to Grace Bible Church in Dallas June 19-23 with all the fun activities, great staff, and life change that happens in a week of camp.

Campers will participate in tons of great activities including an obstacle course, giant slide, bungee trampoline, and laser tag. They will also get to be a part of skits, Bible study, worship, and time with their counselor.

CONTACT

Grace Bible Church
11306 Inwood Road, Dallas, TX 75229
214.368.0779
June 19-23
9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Camp in the City is for kids who will be entering 1st-6th Grade. Registration opens February 6, and space is limited. You don’t want to miss this fun, life-changing week!


Candlelight Christmas Eve Worship at NorthPark Presbyterian

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The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not overcome it.
– John 1:5

All of Advent culminates on Christmas Eve, that best of nights, when we sing "Silent Night" as each of us holds a candle up and out into the darkness – a proclamation that Jesus is a light to the world that no amount of darkness can contain!

Join us for Christmas Eve services at NorthPark Presbyterian Church at 5 and 7 p.m. on Saturday Dec. 24.