The ninth annual Hoops in the Highlands invites girls and boys in first- through eighth-grade to participate in a three-on-three basketball tournament March 24.

March 1, 3, 4, 10 Autobahn As part of WaterTower Theatre’s Out of the Loop Festival, White Rock Valley resident Maria Zsohar and Lake Highlands native Gene Gallerano can be seen this month in “Autobahn,” performed in Addison. Zsohar is both a producer and actor, while Gallerano, who is an actor in New York, serves in a lead role. The play, written by Neil LaBute, features characters driving in their cars. WaterTower Theatre, 15650 Addison, 972.450.6232, $10-$15

March 2-3 Rockin’ The Paradise Lake Highlands High School’s own “Glee,” Espree, presents its spring show, “Rockin’ The Paradise.” With a full band, harmonizing singers and full-blown choreography, this show is always a hit. The Friday and Saturday night performances begin at 7 p.m. and will feature many Disney favorites. LHHS Auditorium, 9449 Church, 214.952.4881, $10, $5 seniors/students

March 2-4 Three Sisters Children’s Consignment Sale The 15th annual sale in Lake Highlands offers children’s clothing, toys and baby items. Sale hours are 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday and 8-10 a.m. Saturday. Items are marked half off before the sale reopens from noon-5 p.m. Saturday, and continues noon-3 p.m. Sunday with some items as much as 75 percent off. Reservations are required to become a consignor, and space is limited. Highland Oaks Church of Christ, 10805 Walnut Hill

March 3-April 8 Dallas Blooms It’s time again for the much-anticipated Dallas Blooms at the Dallas Arboretum. This year marks the 28th anniversary of the floral festival, which features 500,000 tulips, daffodils, Dutch Iris and hyacinths, plus 100,000 pansies, violas, poppies and thousands of other spring-blooming annuals and perennials. This year’s blooms also will showcase the “Small Houses of Great Artists” exhibit, created by Dallas-based builders and architects. 8525 Garland, 214.515.6500, $7-$12

March 9-April 1 Young King Arthur The Kathy Burks Theatre of Puppetry Arts presents the story of a boy who is destined to be a king. This world premiere performance begs the question, “Who will pull the sword from the stone?” For ages 5 and older. Rosewood Center for Family Arts, 5938 Skillman, 214.740.0051, $20-$24

March 16-18 ArtScape Featuring artists from across the country, Dallas Arboretum’s ArtScape is a three-day juried fine art and craft show and sale. There will be entertainment throughout the gardens, gorgeous art on display and fun for all ages. 8525 Garland, 214.515.6500, $7-$12

March 23-April 1 “Anne of Green Gables” Dallas Children’s Theater presents the story of Anne Shirley, a spirited orphan who finds herself on Prince Edward Island in a life that proves to be more enriching than she ever could have imagined. This tale has been the favorite of many little girls for more than a century. Enjoyed by ages 10 and older. Rosewood Center for Family Arts, 5938 Skillman, 214.740.0051, $16-$24

March 24 Hoops in the Highlands The ninth annual Hoops in the Highlands invites girls and boys in first- through eighth-grade to participate in a three-on-three basketball tournament. Everyone is invited to watch and have fun as these competitive girls and boys raise money for the Lake Highlands area schools. Highland Oaks Church of Christ, 10805 Walnut Hill, $64 per team (four players/team)

March 31 Casino Night and Auction The Exchange Club of Lake Highlands hosts its annual Casino Night and Auction fundraiser at Park Lane Ranch. This event, which serves as the key fundraiser for the organization, raises money that goes toward scholarships for LHHS seniors, support of the Dallas Child Abuse Prevention Center, tutors and emergency care for area students, and other community projects. Area residents are encouraged to donate auction items as well as attend this neighborhood event. Park Lane Ranch, 8787 Park, $40

March 31 It’s My Park Day From 8 a.m.-noon, the Dallas Park and Recreation Department invites residents to join together at local parks for a day of beautification. Here’s how it works: Choose your project, register as a volunteer by calling the park and rec department, and get ready to work. Deadline to register is Mar. 19. Volunteers will be clearing litter and debris, removing graffiti, weeding, mulching and planting, and cleaning up creeks and shorelines. 214.670.8400, free.