Six wonderful and wacky things to do this weekend

The White Rock Lake Foundation is hosting its inaugural Environmental Awareness Dinner at the Lakewood Country Club Thursday night, featuring Willis Winters, director of Dallas Park and Recreation Department, and other speakers. Tickets are $50 in advance and $60 at the door.

The Dallas Arboretum continues the party with its Cool Thursday concerts this week. This Thursday, Turnstiles, a Billy Joel Tribute Band, will entertain Arboretum guests. Tickets range from $10 to $30. Arboretum guests can also take in Wind Sculptures in Motion, a display from artist Lyman Whitaker.

The Lake Highlands High School’s Highlandette Revue is slated Friday at 7:30 p.m. To watch the performances, head to the high school’s auditorium. Reserved seats cost $12 in advance and $15 at the door. General admission is $10, and children under 5 have free admission.

Have a pint (or two) with some chickens Friday at Oak Highlands Brewery. Pints with the Peeps Family Night kicks off Moss Haven Farms’ A Peep at the Coops Urban Coops Tour.

“Blue” opens this Saturday at the Dallas Children’s Theater and runs through May 6. The performance uses color to present a toddler-friendly story about accepting others. Tickets are $16.

C. C. Young will host artist and co-founder of Samuel Lynne Galleries JD Miller as the featured speaker for the 2018 Spirit is Ageless Awards & Celebration on Saturday at 11 a.m.

 

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