What To Do In Dallas This Week – March 7-10

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Because we’re known for our outstanding publicity and marketing skills based in Dallas, Team JWA is all for representing everything North Texas! Our lovely metro has so much to offer so we kindly present the best things to do in the Dallas/Fort Worth area at the end of every week! Check out what you can do this upcoming weekend!

This quilt, made in 1890, is an official museum artifact. Courtesy of Cary Horton, Wikimedia Commons.

March 7-10 – A New Season for Dallas Quilts

This all-weekend event, thrown by the Quilter’s Guild of Dallas, shows off hundreds of quilts and unites crafters for an annual citywide ode to DIY art. Lectures and demos will take place on Friday and Saturday, while a raffle will take place on Sunday.

Where: Dallas Market Hall, 2200 N Stemmons Fwy. Dallas, TX 75207

Times: 7:00pm-9:00pm.

General Admission: Adult tickets begin at $12. Children under age 12 have free admission.

Danny Zuko (John Travolta) originally led the T-Birds in the 1978 film “Grease,” which remains the most popular incarnation of the musical. Courtesy of Paramount Pictures.

March 7-10 – Grease Is The Word

Visiting where the West begins may be the best place to find out if Grease is still the word! Fresh off of the Travolta movie’s 40th anniversary, Fort Worth is hosting the popular musical all throughout these first couple of weeks in March!

Where: Casa Manana, 3101 W. Lancaster Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76107

Starts At: Thursday – 7:30pm; Friday – 8:00pm; Saturday – 2:00pm, 8:00pm; Sunday – 2:00pm.

General Admission: $49-$79.

Before St. Patrick’s Day arrives, the North Texas Irish Festival provides a slightly more authentic (and just as fun) celebration of the culture, music, and food of the Emerald Isle. Courtesy of D Magazine/Bret Redman.

March 8-10 – North Texas Irish Festival

DFW’s annual Irish and Celtic celebration is back with another year of festive song and dance! Attendees come from all around the world to enjoy horse shows, sheep herding, beer and whiskey, genealogy and free arts and crafts for the whole family.

Where: Fair Park, 1300 Robert B. Cullum Blvd. Dallas, TX 75210

Time: Friday – 6:00pm-11:00pm, Saturday – 10:30am-11:30pm, Sunday – 11:30am-7:30pm.

General Admission: $20 and up.

The newly opened bar area inside Tillman’s Roadhouse restaurant in Bishop Arts during a relaunch party for the restaurant, on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017 in Dallas. Courtesy of Ben Torres, Dallas Morning News.

March 9 – Champagne Chat-urday in Bishop Arts

Accompanied with complimentary parking, this staple of Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District is throwing a morning beverage brunch bash this Saturday! Reservations are available online via OpenTable, or by phone at 214-942-0988.

Where: Tillman’s Bishop Arts, 324 W Seventh St. Dallas, TX 75208

Times: 11:00am-3:00pm.

General Admission: See reservation info in Facebook link.

The Urban Flea is inspired by other popular flea markets and vintage outdoor memorabilia. Courtesy of Carpe Diem Dallas.

March 9 – The Urban Flea in Garland

The Urban Flea is downtown Garland’s market of stylish crafts and repurposed goods. Vendors nationwide will guest appear to showcase their creative combinations of antiques and handmades. Live music will accompany the event.

Where: The Urban Flea, 509 W. State St. Garland, TX 75040

Times: 9:00am-4:30pm.

General Admission: Free.

Chris Paul and James Harden in the middle of a pressing basketball game at Houston’s Toyota Center. Courtesy of Sekou Smith, NBA.

March 10 – Dallas Mavericks vs. Houston Rockets

Whether you’re a sports pundit or not, how could you resist ending such a relaxing weekend without witnessing the outcome of two titanic Texas teams: our Mavs and Houston’s equally regarded Rockets! Plus, who wouldn’t want to see legend James Harden face off surprise superstar Luka Dončić?

Where: American Airlines Center, 2500 Victory Ave, Dallas, TX 75219

Starts At: 6:00pm.

General Admission: $40 and up.

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