Weekend Guide: November is Here Edition
We’re coming off a significant sugar crash from Halloween, but we have a feeling once this candy hangover subsides, we’ll be ready to tackle the weekend. Fortunately, we’ve got a full slate of balloons, block parties and food fests to keep us happy.
Whew, what a mouthful! Let’s just call it “That Hot Air Balloon Thing” and leave it at that for now. Head up to Prestonwood Polo Club for some early morning ballooning Saturday before taking in a full day of polo. (That’s the excuse to drink and eat food outside. Don’t worry about bringing your own balloon or horse — they’ll be provided to you upon arrival. (Ed. note: This isn’t true. Also, please don’t bring a horse or hot air balloon.)
Explore how video, light and sound art could impact our futures in Aurora: Future Worlds. The 5th installment of this free public art event will take place Saturday night at Dallas City Hall with dozens of artists showcasing their visions for the future.
Having a tough time getting to every hot restaurant in town? Make them come to you with Chefs for Farmers Main Event Sunday afternoon. With dozens of Dallas’ best chefs showing off plus an Ultimate Backyard BBQ and Bourbon Fest curated by John Tesar, you’re going to leave Dallas Heritage Village happy and full.
Deep Ellum is celebrating the opening of its new plaza plus Jade & Clover's Two Year Anniversary Party, Braindead Brewery's annual Festicle and Kettle Art's 14th anniversary with a block party. This thing is coming loaded with free yoga, pumpkin arrangement workshops, palm readings and pop-up shops. It’s going to be a busy Saturday afternoon.
Head to Lake Cliff Park for a full Sunday of roots-reggae music, live art, drum circles, bounce houses, food and more at the 5th Annual Oak Cliff Lively Fest. This free family-friendly event is also pet-friendly.