Joyce Kelly (right), who has the neurological disorder CMT, still trains with her running group: Photo by Kim Leeson

White Rock Lake running: Photo by Kim Leeson

Thursday — The second-annual Celebration White Rock is a fundraiser for the White Rock Conservancy that includes 5k and 10k races, music, food and drinks, including beer from Lakewood Brewing Co.
Winfrey Point, White Rock Lake Trail, whiterockdallas.org, $25

Thursday and April 14 — Shakespeare on the big screen — The Angelika offers “Love’s Labour Won,” also known as “Much Ado About Nothing,” from the Royal Shakespeare Company at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 2. “King John,” from Canada’s Stratford Festival, shows at 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 14. All nearby at Angelika Film Center, 5321 E. Mockingbird, 214.841.4713, angelikafilmcenter.com, $20

The Tal Morrison Classic kicks off at 8 a.m. Saturday with a 5 or 15k race. Proceeds benefit the Tal Morrison scholarship program. Morrison is the founder of the White Rock Marathon and Dallas Running Club. The scholarships are awarded to cross country high school runners in Dallas ISD. Register here — it is $10 or free for members. More information here.

Saturday, photographer Bob Curry will hold court at the Bath House Cultural Center. Conversation centers on his current White Rock Lake Museum exhibition, Pollinators and Predators.
During his presentation, Curry will “share information about his artistic motivation and personal techniques,” he notes. 3 p.m. at the Bath House at White Rock Lake.