Thursday, October 6, 2022 Oct 6, 2022
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By D Magazine |

1 If you still haven’t seen Texas, the outdoor drama in the dramatic outdoors of Palo Duro Canyon in West Texas, make your reservations now for one of the shows performed nightly (except Sundays) through Aug. 24. (806) 655-2181.

3 Fort Worth’s newly reopened and revamped Caravan of Dreams hosts C & W diva Emmylou Harris. Call Metro 817-429-4000 for info. 787-1500 for tickets.

Watch the final matchup of summer football in air-conditioned comfort as the Dallas Texans take on the Orlando Predators at Reunion Arena. 991-9666.

A jaunt to Saiado this weekend for the city’s 25th Annual Art Fair will cure your city blues and provide a feast for the eyes. (817) 947-5040.

9 The Rangers play the Milwaukee Brewers in a four-day series. This may be the last chance to get out to the ballpark before the return of school nights. Call Metro 817-273-5100 for tickets.

12 Local high schools and communities host international drum and bugle corps at the Summer Music Games World Championships at Fair Park. The beat goes on through Aug. 17. 1-800-344-2772.

18 Take your little monsters to see Man. Monsters, and Mysteries, a short film exploring the legend of the infamous Loch Ness lady of the deep. Free at the Dallas Museum of Natural History in Fair Park. 670-8457.

20 Betty Buckley returns to her home town in the musical that asks us to send In the clowns. Relax with A Little Night Music at Casa Mansna Theater. Tues. -Sat. evenings, with weekend matinees through Sept. 1. (817) 332-6221.

22 Enjoy the hoopla when NBA players battle each other at Reunion Arena at the Spud Webb Coca-Cola Classic. Proceeds from the game and slam-dunk contest benefit the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Dallas. Call 821-2960 for details. 787-2000 for tickets.

23 Reality and dreams intertwine in Teatro Dallas’s performance of Judges in the Night, a modern love story by Spanish playwright Antonio Buero- Vallejo. Dallas Alliance Theatre. Thurs. -Sun. nights through Sept. 21. 943-4429.

24 Fair Park opens its gates for the third annual South Dallas Appreciation Day-a festival of music, food, and entertainment honoring residents of the area’s community. 670-8400.

25 The Dallas Museum of Art caps its Sunday afternoon presentations of feature films directed by women with Song of the Exile. The universal theme of mother-daughter tensions is addressed in the setting of modern-day Hong Kong. 922-1200.