If you’re not familiar with Ramadan, learn about the monthlong Islamic holiday during a special Sunday dinner at Lake Highlands Church. Hosted by Dialogue Institute Dallas, the dinner starts with a presentation before home-cooked meals are served sharply at 8:23 p.m. Buy tickets for the event here.
The Sunday Supper Series, established to bridge cultural gaps, is dishing up authentic Afghan food at 6 p.m. here in Lake Highlands. Jamileh, a single mother of two who immigrated from Afghanistan, is the event’s chef. A $75 donation also includes a cocktail and wine. Get all the details here.
Avoid the heat and see a play at the Bath House Cultural Center. “The Velocity of Autumn” tells the story of Alexandra, an elderly artist combating her family over where she’ll spend her final years.
Head to White Rock Lake Sunday from 1-5 p.m. for White Rock Boat Club’s first annual Water Safety Clinic. The free event will educate the community about the dangers connected to paddle boarding, canoeing and swimming. The boat club us at 340 E. Lawther Drive near Mockingbird Lane on the north side of the lake.
Sunday is the 14th annual White Rock East Garden Tour and Artisans. The tour will be 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will feature nine creative gardens in Forest Hills, Little Forest Hills and Casa Linda Estates, which include terraced landscaping, organic gardens, water features, funky art and some of the best trees in Dallas. Tickets are $12.50.