As originated on Cosignmag.com:
As if time doesn’t just fly by, I feel like I was just talking to you all yesterday! I hope everyone had a wonderful week, and you are ready for a fun filled list of things you can do this weekend. Although I am not a fan of the cold I was able to dig up some fun that just so happens to be indoors so maybe you’ll spot me out. Either way stay warm this weekend as the D will only be getting colder. Don’t forget about our Issue X release party coming up shortly and go ahead and read on for some fun things to do with the bae, friends, kids, or whoever you like to spend time with on the weekends:
Fashion Atlantis (Under Water Fashion Experience)
Hosted by America’s Next Top Model Shei Phan, this wonderful fashion experience is this Thursday at 7 pm at the West End Event Center. Come for a once in a lifetime experience where you can see the fashions of Don Colman Swimwear, Mid-Point Eclectic, and many many more. Mingle with socialites from around Dallas while seeing the premiere of many lines and the display of tons of fashionista’s. To purchase tickets visit www.ticketstorm.com.
Pancake and Booze Art Show
The Pancake & Booze Art Show is supposedly “Dallas’s largest underground art show.” This event is pretty self-explanatory and features art from over 50 underground artists. There will munchies and drinks to enjoy so get there early! Held at the Quixotic World Theatre this event is 21 and over only – $5 cover at the door. For more information call 469-879-7319. This event is held Friday 11/14.
Deep Ellum Outdoor Market
Supporting local shops is very important, and Deep Ellum Outdoor Market is making it easy for you by giving you the Fall Deep Ellum Market right in your backyard. Local musicians will be performing and local food vendors, like Samson’s Gourmet Hot Dogs, will be there with what else? Delicious Hotdogs. There’s no excuse to stay home on a fall afternoon when you could be walking Main Street enjoying the nice weather, so stop by the market at 2636 Main St. from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday. More information at deepellummarket.com.
Taste of Bishop Arts District
Saturday, November 15 the Taste of the Bishop Arts District Walking Food & Historical Tour, will most definitely work in your favor if you don’t feel like cooking or if you feel like taking your lady on an a fancy shmancy date. With food tasting from the likes of Dude, Sweet Chocolate, Eno’s, Veracruz Mesoamerican Café and Lockhart Smokehouse. Tickets are $40 per person, and this may be a little pricy but it is well worth it. You will leave full and feeling luxurious.
Art Con X
Come out to this year’s Art Con X and do some bidding on pieces made by local artists that are auctioned off for Anita N. Martinez’ Ballet Folklorico Charity Benefit. There will be plenty of pieces in the affordable range, and there’s something everyone can enjoy rather it be photography, collages multi-media works, or sketches, all of these are created onsite at the place of bidding within 24 hours of the event. Music from the likes of DJ CeePee, Booty Fade, and more including drinks and live art! Starting at 7 p.m. on Saturday at 500 Singleton Boulevard you can purchase tickets ranging from $10 to $125. Visit artconspiracy.org for info.
Dallas Whiskey Festival
The third annual Dallas Whiskey and Fine Spirits Festival will be held this Saturday, November 15 at Centennial Hall in Fair Park. General admission tickets include entry to the event plus access to beer, wine, spirits and food samples. Tickets are $50 bucks but you get all the whiskey you can want and eats? That’s what I call bang for your buck. Doors open at 7pm so go out and enjoy!
The Golden Harvest Show
Brought to you by ModernMisfitz and SwerveNHitz this Sunday come out and enjoy a great concert for a good cause. Come enjoy a good vibe, and performances by local talents and don’t forget your canned goods for discounts at the door. All cans will be donated to Mission Arlington just in time for the Thanksgiving season. Hosted by Karla Santana this event takes place at 844 Secretary Dr. Arlington, TX. Tickets are only $5 with a can so come out and support the cause!
Submitted every Thursday via Sierra Paige