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While you’re mixing holidays, you might as well celebrate the Chinese New Year at this massive celebration in the Dallas Arts District.
Truce will include new wildlife paintings exploring the peaceful coexistence of predator prey relationships on canvas.Such odd-bedfellows include the Ibis and two snails; a gray wolf and fox; a snow leopard and a mountain goat.According to the artist, this series looks at the idea of truce from three perspectives: war, relationships, and animal conservation; it is an armistice to open a door for understanding, tolerance and reconciliation.Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday, giving you a full weekend to enjoy romantic movies, plays, and other lovely events ranging from comic conventions to murder mysteries.Here are 25 things to do you can start planning around.Safe Conversations: The Point of Connection is Feb. Brian Culbertson and a handful of other jazz artists perform at SMU’s Mc Farlin Auditorium on Feb.
13 in “Love, Jazz, and Romance.” Love is funny, right? The laughs aren’t guaranteed, but the chocolate and champagne are. Without actually listening to Matty B, Matty B sounds really irritating. Maybe you need to more stringently monitor your kids’ internet activity, and ground them so they can’t spend Valentine’s Day with a 13-year-old hip-hop Mouseketeer.
The usual couple’s traditions — a romantic candlelit dinner, perhaps an exchange of chocolates and teddy bears — are all well and good, and you can’t do wrong by booking a nice night out at your favorite restaurant.
But if you want to go above and beyond this year, spend some quality time with your significant other at one of many special events in Dallas this weekend.
In todays climate of intense emotional and ideological differences, du Toit shows us the harmony within the animal kingdom, as role models for us all.
Taking place on New Year's Eve weekend from December 20 to December 30, Texas' longest running end of the year party, Lights All Night, returns to Dallas Market Hall for its eighth annual event.
Washington students illustrated images of rescue animals, which will be auctioned off at the event), and more. That last one actually does sound romantic, and “Love is in the Air.” In a relationship, but worried you won’t be come next Valentine’s Day?