Clinic participants cheer

Clinic participants cheer

1 If your kid wants to perform for big Wildcat crowds, he or she will have a chance this month to feel the love of adoring crowds. The Lake Highlands High School varsity and JV cheerleaders will be hosting clinics to teach kids as young as 5-years-old, and the students will become the stars in performances at Wildcat basketball games. The cheer clinic is open to K through 8th grade girls and will be held Saturday at LHHS. Check-in begins at 12:30 p.m. and the clinic runs from 1-4, with a “parent show-off” during the last 15 minutes. Girls will learn jumps, technique, chants and dances and should wear shorts, t-shirts and tennis shoes. The cost is $40 and registration is online here. Girls will perform in the Feb. 5 game against North Mesquite. —Carol Toler 

2 Through March 20, an exhibit by Lake Highlands’ Martin Delabano (more about him here) will be on display at St. Matthew’s Cathedral Arts. The exhibit, “Salvaged and Repurposed: Selected works of Martin Delabano,” will be held in the Justus Sundermann Gallery. Parking and admission is free. St. Matthew’s Episcopal Cathedral is located at 5100 Ross. Visit cathedralartsdallas.org or call 214.887.6552 for more.

3 Shawn Saumell, a visual artist born in New York who currently lives and works in Dallas, is hosting an exhibit at the Bath House Cultural Center. The show, “Post,” features a series of prints mounted on aluminum panels that depict colorful, yet desolated and otherworldly desertscapes.

4 Through Jan. 30, Bath House Cultural Center is hosting “Frida Kahlo: La Flor de la Vida (The Flower of Life),” an art exhibition that draws inspiration from the influential Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. The Bath House is located at 521 E Lawther. Call 214.670.8749 or visit bathhousecultural.com for more. Admission is free. Both exhibits are free. —Brittany Nunn