1 The Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Garden offers a variety of one-day summer workshops in July for kids and adults. Call 327-8263 for dates, subjects, and prices.

6 Shazamt It’s Captain Marvel, as portrayed by the thespians at the Hip Pocket Theatre in Fort Worth. July 6-22. (817) 927-2833.

7 Forget Saturday morning cartoons. Drop the kids off at the Gateway Gallery of the Dallas Museum of Art for some Saturday morning fun. The gallery offers a series of free, live performances for kids every Saturday this month at 11 a.m. Call 922-1200 for more information.

10 The second show for the Shakespeare Festival of Dallas is Twelfth Night. Performances take place at Samuell-Grand Park, July 10-22, Tue. Sun. 559-2778.

12 “Moving Collaborations.” a concept of original dances by local choreographers, will be performed July 12-15 at the Bath House Cultural Center. Call 328-8428 for tickets and information.

13 La Boheme, Puccini’s touching love story of four students living the Bohemian life in Paris, is performed by The Lyric Opera of Dallas, July 13-21. Call 368-2183 for tickets and show times.

Lots of music, lots of food, and lots of fun are the top priorities at the fourth annual Taste of the West End, July 13-15. Call 720-7107 for more information.

15 Treasures of American Folk Art from the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Center Includes nearly 200 folk art objects made in the U.S. in the 18th, 19th, and 2Oth centuries. Dallas Museum of Art, July 16-Sept. 9. There is also a free Folk Art Family Festival at the museum on the 16th. 922-1200.

17 The Dallas Summer Musicals brings back Cathy Rigby as Peter in the classic tale. Peter Pan, July 17-29. Call 787-2000 for tickets.

28 A Spectrum of Innovation: Color in American Printmaking, 1890-1960. at the Amon Carter Museum, examines the history of fine color printmaking in the U.S. through 100 prints, lithographs, etchings, and woodcuts. July 28-Sept. 23. (817) 738-1933.


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