[The half dozen]

  1. Dallas Museum of Art – Frida Khalo and other Mexican and New Mexican artists are coming to the DMA on February 28 in “Frida Kahlo: Five Works” and “Devoted: Art and Spirituality in Mexico and New Mexico.” These shows give a chance to explore a selection of works by acclaimed Mexican painter Frida Kahlo and the portrayals of Catholicism in Mexico and New Mexico. Admission is free and the museum is open from 2 to 8 p.m. on Thurs. and Fri. and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sat. and Sun. https://dma.org/art-exhibitions/upcoming-exhibitions 
  2. Sweet Tooth Hotel – The top female yarn artists from around the country present “Intangible,” a colorful and immersive installation, created with over two million feet of yarn. Each room provides a new and exciting experience, and the exhibition is open from 12-8 p.m Tuesday through Saturday and 12-7 p.m. on Sundays. Tickets start at $20 and are available at: https://www.showclix.com/event/intangible/tag/homepage. 
  3. Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary – Enjoy the warmer weather with a trip to more than 5 miles of trails at the Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary in McKinney. Tickets are $12 for self-guided trails on Sun, Feb. 28 from 1-5 p.m. https://www.heardmuseum.org/Default.aspx?p=117914&evtid=1966444:2/28/2021
  4. Bishop Arts Tour – Explore the Bishop Arts District through a historical walking and eating tour, stopping in charming galleries and shops and visiting delicious eateries. These include the Best BBQ in Dallas, a Bonnie and Clyde shrine/restaurant, and more! Tickets start at $53 for 1-4:30 pm on Feb. 28. https://www.dallasbychocolate.com/
  5. The Dallas Opera – Enjoy the Italian opera “Tosca” by the Dallas Opera premiering online on Feb. 26, available through March 27. Register for free at: https://dallasopera.org/performance/tosca-video-stream/.  
  6. Avant Chamber Ballet – Presenting Madison Hicks’ “Still Growing” and Katie Puder’s “19th Amendment” in the Avant Chamber Ballet’s 2020-21 virtual season. Viewers can rent the show for $30 and get access for 48 hours.


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