Labor Day Weekend In The Dallas Arts District

Dated: 08/29/2013

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You decided to stay in Big D this weekend.  Before summer is officially out of reach, get off the couch and enjoy all that is Dallas:

Start your weekend early tonight listening to FREE Jazz in the Atrium at the Dallas Museum of Art. (Thurs Aug. 29, 6-8 p.m.)
While you are at the museum, be sure and visit the Hotel Texas: An Art Exhibition for the President and Mrs. John F. Kennedy. 



Have you visited Klyde Warren Park? This park is the  perfect venue for everyone including your four-legged friends. Klyde Warren has a dog park, kids park, putting green, yoga, films. music and so much more. Did I mention the food & adult beverage trucks?
Across the street, explore all things science at The Perot Museum of Nature and Science. Friday and Saturday hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. 
Interested in theatre? Don't miss The Book of Mormon at the Winspear Opera House. Tickets are still available for Saturday and Sunday (Aug. 31 & Sept 1)
Craving Japanese, French, Greek, Mexican or Italian cuisine?  Check out the five restaurants in
 One Arts Plaza, located within walking distance from the Winspear. You won't be disappointed!
Enjoy your long weekend!
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Jerri McCrary

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