Friday, March 24, 2023 Mar 24, 2023
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By D Magazine |

1 “Labor No More” at the Deep Ellum Labor Day Festival and Neighborhood Crawl. Bring a donation of canned food and stop in for refreshments, shopping, or entertainment at the area’s participating businesses. Donations go to the North Texas Food Bank. Aug. 30-Sept. 2. 521-1040.

3 The DMA continues its exhibition of Concentrations 27: Georg Harold, Images Perduss/ Lost Images, featuring the work of the German artist with sculpture and a mixed-media installation. Through Sept. 15. 922-1200.

6 Marriage and a traditional lifestyle come into question in Theatre Three’s premiere of “Heartbeats,” a musical midlife crisis by Texas’s own Amanda McBroom. Tuesdays through Sundays until October 12. 871-3300.

10 Ziegfeld: A Night at the Follies gives a glimpse of the sumptuous splendor of the original follies in this Dallas Summer Musicals show. Tuesdays through Sundays at Fair Park until the 21st. Call 565-1116 for details; 787-2000 for tickets.

13 If you think a little vino might be keeno, venture out to Grapevine’s GrapeFest for wine making, tasting, and judging. The weekend’s events also include the annual “GrapeFair” with games and food for the whole family. Metro 817-481-0454.

18 Boost your patriotic spirit by attending Norman Schwarzkopf’s address at SMU’s Moody Coliseum. 987-7650.

20 Round up thefamily and head toFort Worth’s annualPioneer Days festivalfor ropin’ and ridin’fiddle contests,cook-offs, andreenactments ofCivil War battles.Through the 22nd.(817) 626-7921.

21 The Arts Districtcomes alive withMontage ’91, a streetfestival celebratingboth the culturalarts of Dallas andthe city’s 150thbirthday. Sept. 21-22.361-2011.

22 Don’t miss theDallas BachSociety’s seasonpremiere with worksby Mozart andCharpentier sung bythe Bach choir andplayed solely onperiod instruments.St. Thomas AquinasChurch. Call 787-1500for tickets, 827-2224for info.

27 TITAS kicks off its season of subscription dance performances this weekend at SMU’s McFarlin Auditorium with new and well-known works by the Parsons Dance Company. 528-5576.

28 The Oak CliffConservationLeague offers aweekend of familyfun with its annualHome Tour and Art*Festival. Call948-6363 for details.

29 Hear the NewOrchestra of Spain atthe Meyerson in thethird annualunveiling of newlydiscovered SpanishBaroque music. Forinfo, call 953-1985.