Things To Do This Week
Wednesday, March 3
Support your local DJ! Christy Ray is performing at The Pool Club, the rooftop venue at Virgin Hotel Dallas. Get there at 8 p.m. to enjoy $1 champagne but stay until 12 a.m. to hear Ray’s four-hour DJ set. Bring your mask as a plus one.
Thursday, Mar. 4
Happy Tulip Season. The iconic U-pick Tulip Field is open for the 2021 season. With over 100 varieties of tulips, the quick drive to Pilot Point is a quick escape from the city. The venue is open seven days a week with hours from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Friday, Mar. 5
Calling all MCs to the stage. #RapCityDallas is providing space for local rappers to participate in the first citywide cypher competition. For musicians interested in the $250 prize, send an email to [email protected] to sign up. Non-musicians are welcome at the South Dallas event, as well. Purchase tickets here.
Saturday, Mar. 6
DONOEVIL and Centre are hosting a free community event at their Mockingbird location to support For Oak Cliff. The apparel brands collaborated on an exclusive shirt to raise funds for the local nonprofit. Proceeds from every purchase will go toward the South Oak Cliff organization. Masks required.
Sunday, Mar. 7
It’s been a hard two weeks, Dallas. Bring your mat to release tension at Feel Good Cardio, a free wellness event sponsored by Lync Cycling and CRISP & GREEN. Reserve your spot at the organization’s website.
Recurring Things To Do
While restaurants, movie theaters, museums, and other local businesses have reopened with limited capacities, we’re still very much in the midst of an infectious outbreak. Medical experts recommend that we continue to practice social distancing and wear masks vigilantly.
It’s now March, somehow, which means it’s time for print magazine’s list of the month’s must-do events. Find that here.
Not My Son is looking for tutors to assist with children impacted by last month’s winter storm at the La Quinta Richardson. For those interested in providing educational services, sign up on the organization’s Instagram.
The Rustic is supporting Genesis Women’s Shelter, a local transitional housing program for women and their children who have experienced domestic violence, through its Hot Chicken & Cheese Challenge. Every purchase of its Hot Chicken & Cheese sandwich will be matched by the restaurant. For non-chicken and cheese eaters, the restaurant’s parking lot is accepting supplies from the nonprofit’s Amazon Wish List until March 8. The challenge lasts through the 8th, as well.