It's a big weekend for art in Deep Ellum!!! After that it's time to be thankful, think about giving back, and holidays around the corner!
DEEP ELLUM SECOND SATURDAY - TOMORROW
Beginning at noon tomorrow is the second monthly Deep Ellum Second Saturday! You can go on a self-guided Gallery Walk of the neighborhood's art galleries or embark on a mural tour of Deep Ellum's street art at 2pm and 4pm from 2650-B Main Street. Mural tours are $10.
ARTCON 11 - TOMORROW
ARTCON's SEED event was in Deep Ellum this summer and their signature event of the year is tomorrow!! Several Deep Ellum artists will have art at ARTCON 11. Tickets are $10 at the door. 7pm at 1450 Browder St.
RAISE THE ARTS - DEEP ELLUM GIVES BACK
Deep Ellum's two favorite things: art and music. And we want to give kids in and around our neighborhood the opportunity to enjoy those two things. For the last four years, Deep Ellum has had a fundraiser, Raise the Arts, to support the art and music programs at MLK Learning Center and Uplift Luna. The campaign starts Monday and you can give to these kids' schools.
CRANKSGIVING - NOVEMBER 21
Cranksgiving is a food drive on two wheels. Part bike ride, part food drive and part scavenger hunt, the event started in New York City in 1999 and is now a nationwide pre-Thanksgiving tradition. The free event rolls out at 11 am from Main Street Gardens in downtown, ending at Local Hub Bicycle Co. in Deep Ellum.
Dallas flamenco dancer and impresario Julia Alcántara has produced a top notch professional flamenco dance company that will be debuting at Cafe Salsera on November 28. The show is $10 at the door and a reservation is required.
KETTLE ART GALLERY CELEBRATES 10 YEARS!
Kettle Art Gallery celebrated 10 years in Deep Ellum this past week with the Instigators! Congratulations Kettle!!
ROOTS ON TAP JUICE BAR - OPENING SOON!
Essential nutrients are squeezed into exciting blends of juices at Roots on Tap! They will be opening in a few weeks at 3613 Parry Avenue.
BIKES VS. CARS - DECEMBER
Join Bike Friendly Deep Ellum and Local Hub Bicycle Co. for a special, one-time only screening of the new documentary Bikes vs. Cars. We'll meet at Local Hub/Braindead Brewing for a quick pint, then roll over to Oak Cliff to the showing at the Texas Theatre. Movie tix are now available for purchase. They'll also be available at the theatre on the day of the showing.