All weekend —“Hansel and Gretel” is wrapping up this weekend, on April 3. You know the story. An elderly woman living in a house made of candy captures a brother and sister and attempts to fatten them up. This time its told by puppets and accompanied by the music of Engelbert Humperdinck. Most appropriate for kids 4 and up. Dallas Children’s Theater is at 5938 Skillman. Call 214.740.0051 or go to dct.org for more. Tickets are $22-26.
All weekend —The Dallas Arboretum’s biggest floral festival, Dallas Blooms, is here until April 10. Every year the garden explodes with color as more than 500,000 spring-blossoming bulbs burst, and life-size bronze sculptures of American’s “great contributors.” The Dallas Arboretum is at 8525 Garland Road. Go to dallasarboretum.org for more, or call 214.515.6500. Entrance is $10-$15, plus $15 for on-site parking.
Through April 30 — See what White Rock Lake looks like through Kathleen Wilke’s eyes. The Dallas-based photographer, known for her underwater snaps, stayed on dry ground to create this series, which documents life at the lake. Bath House Cultural Center is at 521 E. Lawther. Call 214.670.8749 or go to bathhousecultural.com. Exhibit is free.
Saturday — The Dallas Running Club hosts the Tal Morrison Classic 15k and 5k at Winfrey Point at White Rock Lake. The race is just $10 for non members (free for members) and benefits scholarships for Dallas ISD cross country runners. The race begins at 8 a.m. Register online or before the race between 6:30 and 7:30 a.m.