Photo courtesy Facebook/ Kona Ice

Photo courtesy Facebook/ Kona Ice

This weekend’s big event is Sundays in the Park, the last one of the series put on by the Lake Highlands Public Improvement District. As the name implies, it’s Sunday. From 5-7 p.m. (please note the time is a little different from the first few) at Lake Highlands Town Center, Walnut Hill at Skillman. Neighborhood dad band, the beloved Lupners, perform, and food trucks serve up Butcher’s Son and refreshing Kona Ice. Sundays in the Park will resume next September, once the debilitating summer heat retreats and allows us to once again venture forth from our air-conditioned lairs.

5664e14f1405e075f51c80c46b1eac23You have brains in your head and feet in your shoes and can steer yourself any direction you choose … you’re off to great places, like this Saturday … where you’ll bring along your wee ones to celebrate the genius that is Dr. Suess. Barnes and Noble does Seuss with a reading of “Oh the Places You’ll Go,” starting at 11 a.m., with activities to follow. Barnes and Noble Lincoln Park, 7700 W. Northwest Highway, call 214.739.1124 or visit barnesandnoble.com for further details.

All weekend and through June 18, see ‘Moon Over Buffalo’ onstage at the Pocket Sandwich Theatre, 5400 E. Mockingbird.
It’s the play that brought Carol Burnett back to Broadway. It’s a comedy about the backstage shenanigans of an aging acting couple with one last shot at stardom. Tickets run $12-$25 at the door or online. For further information, call 214.821.1860 or visit pocketsandwich.com.

Good Local Market near White Rock Lake, at LakesideBaptist Church, 9150 Garland, opens 8 a.m.-1 p.m. every Saturday through fall. It’s your shopping stop for organic, locally sourced produce, eggs, meat and other groceries, plus natural, neighborhood-made soaps, perfumes, oils and other heavenly scented items. Visit goodlocalmarket.org for more information.