Things to Do! 5/5/16 – 5/12/16

OPENING THIS WEEK

Butterfly Festival at the Shops at Willow Bend, May 6 – 29.

Joel Shapiro art exhibition at the Nasher Sculpture Center, May 7 – August 21.

‘Simplicity’ art exhibit at the Haley Henman Gallery, May 7 – 28.

Festival of the Kid at Stage West, May 9 – 11.

THIS WEEKEND

Blade Runner: The Final Cut is the midnight movie at the Inwood Theater this weekend.

Vintage Market Days at Myers Park and Event Center in Richardson, May 6-7.

‘City of Gold’ film screening at the Magnolia @ the Modern, May 6 – 8.

Texas Ballet Theater Presents First Looks at Dallas City Performance Hall, May 6 – 8.

Cottonwood Arts Festival at Cottonwood Park, May 7 – 8.

THURSDAY MAY 5TH

Dallas Herakles in Context at the DMA.

Asian Art 101: Southeast Asia at the Crow Collection.

First Thursday: Collecting at the Perot Museum.

RiffTrax Live: Time Chasers at select theaters.

Concert by the Lake: Cover Down at the Harbor Rockwall.

Cinco de Mayo at the Granada.

Food Truck Thursday at ArtSpace111.

FRIDAY MAY 6TH

Concert on the Lawn in Old Town Coppell.

Food Truck Friday: Lunch Two at Levitt Pavilion in Arlington.

A Hard Night’s Day & Satisfaction cover bands at the Granada Theater.

Grand Opening of the Dallas Farmer’s Market.

‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’ film screening at Palace Arts Center in Grapevine.

Live Band: Cover Down at Heritage Park in Flower Mound.

Ginger Rockafella Revue: The Film Strip at Art Centre Theater in Plano.

First Friday at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.

SATURDAY MAY 7TH

LAST CHANCE Coast to Coast in 48 Hours exhbit at the C.R. Smith Museum, Oct 31 – May 7.

LAST CHANCE ‘JFK’ at Bass Performance Hall, May 1 – 7.

LAST CHANCE Mystical Arts of Tibet weeklong residency at the Crow Collection of Asian Art, April 30 – May 7.

Adventure Asia: Happy Heritage at the Crow Collection of Asian Art.

Abbey Road Beatle’s tribute at Strauss Square.

Cinco de Mayo Parade and Celebration in with the Oak Cliff Coalition for the Arts.

Cinco de Mayo 2016 in Garland.

Cinco de Mama Social Run at Rahr & Sons.

East Main Street Art & Music Festival in Arlington.

Frisco Makers Market at eight11.

Grand Opening & Demo Day for Adventures Unlimited Paddling at Lake Arlington.

PUPtown Cheapskate adoption event at Uptown Cheapskate in Arlington.

Free Comic Book Day nationwide, check your zip code for local events!

Adult Field Day at Martin House Brewing Company.

Pit Commander BBQ and Anniversary Party at Four Bullets Brewery.

Craft Fair Day at Grand Prairie Farmer’s Market.

‘Planes, Trains, and Automobiles’ film screening at Palace Arts Center in Grapevine.

GADA Spring Gallery Walk in Historic Downtown Grapevine.

Grand Opening of the Farmer’s Branch Market.

Kentucky Derby Watch Party at Trinity Groves.

‘The New Lations and Peril and Promise’ film screening at the Magnolia @ the Modern.

SUNDAY MAY 8TH

LAST CHANCE ‘The Big Meal’ at the Watertower Theater, April 15 – May 8.

LAST CHANCE Anything Goes at the Art Centre Theater, April 29 – May 8.

CycloFemme at the Continental Avenue Bridge.

Cinco de Mayo Celebration in Downtown Fort Worth.

‘The Graduate’ film screening at The Majestic Theater.

MONDAY MAY 9TH

Mercury Transit watch event at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History.

TUESDAY MAY 10TH

‘The Treasure of the Sierra Madre’ at the Magnolia Theater.

Lost Sacred Spaces Dallas with the Dallas Historical Society.

Oral Fixation: Icing on the Cake at Dallas City Performance Hall.

Elizabeth Gilbert: Creative Living at the Eisemann Center with the DMA.

WEDNESDAY MAY 11TH

Freemark Abbey Wine Dinner at Cafe Modern in Fort Worth.

‘Rushmore’ film screening at Sundown @ Granada.

‘Pretty Woman’ at Studio Movie Grill, $3 tickets.

Bands on the Bricks in Sundance Square Plaza.

THURSDAY MAY 12TH

The Intergalactic Nemesis at Dallas City Performance Hall, May 12 – 14.

Nasher Gallery Lab at the Nasher Sculpture Center.

Art & Wine Walk in Downtown Plano.

Concert By The Lake: Railhead at the Harbor in Rockwall.

Irving Penn’s Enthographic Studies at the DMA.

‘Painting the Modern Gardens: Monet to Matisse’ documentary screening at select theaters.

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