The Half Dozen

  1. DMA Movement Exhibition – “Movement: The Legacy of Kineticism” showcases the work of artists from three historical eras. They employ optical effects, mechanical parts and manipulable parts to engage the viewer perceptually. Student admission starts at $10. This exhibition will be up until July. 
  2. The 1619 Project, One Act Festival – This one-act festival features 9 commissions by playwrights at the local and national level that weave together stories that explore the legacy of slavery in present-day America. Shows will be running from Feb. 9 to Feb. 26. Ticket pricing starts at $18.
  3. Dallas Hot Chocolate Run – On Feb. 11, sign up for the Dallas Hot Chocolate Run to participate in the sweetest run ever. Participants can choose from a 5K or 15K. The event has impressive race merch, including a post-run party and a free finisher mug (including fondue, dippable treats, and of course hot chocolate. 
  4. Yoga at the Sound. BYOM (bring your own mat) and head over to The Sound in Cypress Waters for free outdoor yoga onTuesdays at 6 p.m. and Saturdays at 10 a.m. Certified yoga instructor Chris Mayhan leads an uplifting yoga class offered at Rogers-O’Briend Amphitheater at The Sound in Cypress Waters, Dallas.
  5. Fine Arts Chamber Players – FACP will present the annual Hallam Family Concerts series, with this season’s theme of “Through the Looking Glass” from Lewis Carroll. The program features Mozart’s “Divertimento in E-flat Major, K. 563.” Admission is free! 
  6. Texas Harvest Wine Tasting – The Dallas Farmer’s Market, in partnership with the North Texas Winery Association, will offer over 40 selections of local wines. The Texas Harvest Wine Tasting will take place in The Shed at the Dallas Farmer’s Market from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. North Texas wineries such as VineCrafters, Triple N Ranch Winery, and many others will be show casing this season’s wines, don’t miss out!


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