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Through Jan. 15
The Meadows Museum’s newest exhibition, Dali/Vérmeer: A Dialogue, is an exhibition tracing the influence of 17th-century Dutch master Johannes Vermeer on Spanish Surrealist Salvador Dalí. For the first time in history, Vermeer’s Woman in Blue Reading a Letter (c. 1663) will appear side-by-side with Dalí’s reinterpretation of the painting, titled The Image Disappears (1938). You can get to the Meadows Museum by taking Bus Route 440/SMU Red Express Route from SMU/Mockingbird Station.
Friday, Oct. 21
’til Midnight at the Nasher at the Nasher Sculpture Center includes live outdoor concerts, film screenings, and, of course, incredible art. This Friday night, catch performances by Elyse Jewel, Emma Oliver, and The Mammoths. There also is a screening of Cruella, along with food service and a bar. Admission is free from 6 p.m. to midnight at the Nasher Sculpture Center, a short walk from St. Paul Station on all four DART Rail lines.
Movies on Main in downtown Irving is a free movie series under the stars at Heritage Park. Grab your blankets and lawn chairs and enjoy a free showing of Cruella. Come early and grab a bite to eat in the Irving Heritage District. Heritage Park is a short walk from Downtown Irving/Heritage Crossing Station on the Trinity Railway Express (TRE).
Saturday, Oct. 22
Celebrate Klyde Warren Park’s 10th Birthday this Saturday, Oct. 22! Listen to live music from Emerald City Band, play games on the lawn, and enjoy the activities and features that make this urban park Dallas' town square. You might even find some birthday cake! Klyde Warren Park is a short walk from St. Paul Station on all four DART Rail lines; you can also get there on the M-Line Trolley.
Rest In Plano Fest, a free Halloween-themed festival, makes its debut on this Saturday! Step through the gates and be transported to Downtown Plano like you’ve never seen before … if you dare. Explore eerie experiences along 15th Street, including spectacularly spooky photo ops, creepy characters, pumpkin-sculpting demos, live entertainment, and more! You can get to the fest by taking the Red Line to Downtown Plano Station.
Eight-time Grammy Award-winning group and Texas’ own, Asleep at the Wheel rings in the Plano Symphony Orchestra’s second performance of the season with an evening of favorite songs amplified by PSO’s incredible musicians. Featured songs will include “Miles and Miles of Texas,” “Hot Rod Lincoln,” and music director Héctor Guzmán’s favorite, “Choo, Choo, Ch’Boogie.” Catch the performance at the Eisemann Center for Performing Arts in Richardson, just across the plaza from Galatyn Park Station on the Red Line.
Sunday, Oct. 23
Known for his hilarious impressions, storytelling, and enthusiastic interactions with the audience, Max Amini has made over 50 appearances in film and TV ranging from NBC's "Heroes" to Comedy Central. Pulling from his Persian upbringing, Amini blends social trends, cultural references, and side-splitting impressions to keep audiences laughing throughout the show. Don’t miss his performance at the Eisemann Center for Performing Arts, just across the plaza from Galatyn Park Station on the Red Line.