Friday, December 12, 2008

Holiday happenings tomorrow, Saturday, December 13th, in the Metroplex, Texas

ALL these events and performances are going down tomorrow, Saturday, December 13th in the DFW. Lots to choose from, so get out there (carpooling and combining destinations in one trip is highly recommended)...

International Festival of Lights
East Fort Worth Montessori Academy
501 Oakland Blvd. - 817-496-3003

"a season celebration of peace through cultural diversity" from 4-8pm

featuring: PANTAGLEIZE student theater performance, international foods and music,
fair trade/student world market, sunset labyrinth walk, and drumming with Baba Kwasi

$5 admission includes light refreshments



DFW International Community Alliance is proud to announce North Texas' third annual Navidad Latinoamericana with two concerts.
December 13 at 7:30 pm at Holy Trinity Church: 3811 Oak Lawn Ave, Dallas, TX 75219

(to be presented a second time on the following Saturday, December 20, 2008 at 7:30 pm, at Mary Immaculate Catholic Church: 2800 Valwood Parkway--just east of Josey Lane--in Farmers Branch, TX 75234)

In Navidad Latinoamericana a variety of Latino musical ensembles present the inspiring traditional Christmas rhythms of villancicos, aguinaldos and posadas from Latin America and Spain. Tickets are $5 for adults and are available at the door. Children 10 and younger are FREE.

For more info.:

Butterfly Connection presents
REINDEERS UNPLUGGED (a new play co-scripted by Rob Bosquez and Kate McDougall)

at the Rose Marine Theater
1440 N. Main St., 817-333-4028

Admission: $8-15 - starts probably at 7:30pm, but call first.

Sceneshop presents
A FIFTH OF CHRISTMAS (otherwise known as "Steve McGraw's Christmas for Grownups")

at Arts Fifth Avenue (1625 5th Avenue @ Allen St. - 817.923.9500)
8pm - $10 - not a family show - IF YOU'RE INTO CASH BARS AND RAUNCHY THEATRE FARE, then THIS is your show


This gallery gift show promises to have some funky, crafty, hand-made schtuff that's a far cry from the generic crap for sale in all the shopping mauls. Check it out!

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