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Do you have an opinion about the design of the new Rosemont Plaza? If so, head to the public workshop tonight from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Kidd Springs Recreation Center.
People Newspapers’ luxury publication featuring the finest in architecture, interior design, and furnishings premieres in this week’s newspaper. Read about Kristen Whitehall‘s three-year transformation of her Kessler Park home; advice from interior designer Laura Lee Clark; design expert Sherry Hayslip‘s tips to perk up a coffee table; and green-space wisdom from Chris Brumley, owner of Brumley Gardens in Oak Cliff.
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There’s a lot going on this weekend, so I’m just going to jump right in.
Tonight at 7 p.m., the Beehive Design Collective, a nonprofit political-arts group “dedicated to ‘cross-pollinating the grassroots’” will be presenting their newest work, Mesoamérica Resiste, at Unitarian Universalist Church of Oak Cliff. The work is the final installment in a trilogy of graphics that depicts everything from free trade and the drug war to inspiring stories of grassroots organizing and collective action.
I’m not exactly sure what a “psychedelic freakout” is, but it certainly sounds entertaining. If you’d like to get your colorful freak on (minus the hallucinogens of course), the party’s going down at 10 p.m. tonight at Texas Theatre.
Keep reading for more weekend fun!
I was never a Girl Scout. I was a proud Brownie Scout, but I dropped out when my mom decided to take over as troop leader (sorry mom). But I do love the Girl Scouts. In fact, I support them so much that I purchase one (or 12) boxes of Girl Scout cookies every year. Luckily for my sweet tooth (but not my waistline), there’s another way to help the Girl Scouts this month, and this time it involves pie.
Norma’s Cafe is donating a portion of proceeds to the Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas throughout the month of February. Swing by the West Davis staple every Tuesday from 5-8 p.m. and you can feel good knowing that your plate of fried chicken is helping a worthy cause.
Additionally, they’re giving a free slice of Mile High Cream Pie to any Girl Scout in uniform. Maybe it’s time to dig up my old Brownie vest…
Answer the trivia question correctly, and you could win free registration to the Dash for the Beads 5K on Feb. 9 benefitting FIDO Oak Cliff. Questions will be posted every Monday and Friday until the weekend of the event. Winners will be selected from the participants who answered correctly. For tips on how to enjoy this year’s parade, here’s a primer you shouldn’t miss from Amy Cowan, founder of the fifth annual event. Bon chance!
The colors of Mardi Gras were chosen in 1872. Purple means Justice, Green means Faith, what does Gold mean? A. Prosperity, B. Strength, C. Power, D. Wealth
Attention, pet-seekers: this special, not-so-regional announcement is brought to you by your friends at Park Cities People/Highland Park Village.
It seems Highland Park Village is over the whole Groundhog-seeing-his-shadow thing that happens each year on Feb. 2. Instead, the shopping center has created “Found Dog Day,” an adoption event that will take place this Saturday. In need of a man’s-best-friend of your own? Here are the details:
WHAT: Found Dog Day, an Angie’s Friends adoption event seeking to place up to 30 abandoned dogs in happy new homes
WHEN: Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
WHERE: Center court of Highland Park Village (near Lela Rose)
P.S.: If you already own a furry friend but want to check out the event, feel free to bring Fido along. With offerings including water bowls, biscuits, and pet accessories on display, Highland Park Village will be more than dog friendly.
Best Garden Shop Florist: Dirt
Whether you just need a bouquet or are looking to replant your yard, Dirt is the best place to go. The florists are experts in helping you select the perfect plants and creating unique arrangements, and they also sell local, handmade flowerpots and unique floral gifts.
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