What to do this Weekend in DFW 3/15/19- 3/17/19

 

You may be wondering what you can do this weekend! Check out all of these exciting events, markets, exhibits, and performances DFW has to offer.

 

 

Third Monday Trade Days

Third Monday Trade Days are open 8-4 p.m. Friday, and 8-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Stroll through hundreds of vendors at a flew market that has been in McKinney since the 1870’s. Enjoy an array of antiques, clothing, home decor, homemade items, and interesting collectibles this weekend.

 

Montezuma by Vivaldi

This Saturday evening, enjoy The American Baroque Opera Co at the Arts Mission Oak Cliff. This particular opera performance has been lost for 269 years but was recovered in 2002. Get swept away by beautiful vocals revolving around themes of honor, duty, and love.

 

 

Build Your Own Terrarium Workshop

At Flourish flowers and gifts,l you can spend your Saturday afternoon creating your own terrarium. Later you can shop and dine around Old Town Lewisville! This class will be held from 12 PM – 3 PM and will provide all the materials you will need to create your adorable arrangement.

 

 

Cash for Cameras: Buying Event

Calling all photographers! Fort Worth Camera is holding a Cash for Cameras event! If you are ready to upgrade your experienced gear, then its time to head on over and have your equipment appraised for top dollar. This event will be this Saturday from 10-5PM.

 

Stretch Yoga at GoodWork

GoodWork is holding a stretching yoga class for all levels to start your week off right this Sunday. You can bring your mat or they will have a mat ready for you! This class will begin at 12:30 PM and will be an hour long.

 

 

Pop of Culture: Paint in the Park

Start your Saturday morning off right by painting the Dallas Skyline from Giggs Park and sip on mimosas with friends. Your ticket will cover all of the supplies you’ll need and the painting class will be led by local Dallas artist Mariel Pohlman.

By | 2019-03-13T13:28:42+00:00 March 13th, 2019|Dallas, Events, Weekend Events|