- The Dallas Black Dance Theater will conduct dance classes at Sammons Park in Dallas on Saturday. All skill levels are welcome. This event is part of Dallas Arts Month, a month-long celebration of arts in Dallas. Visit dallasartsmonth.com for more information.
- Kalachandji’s Hare Krishna Temple celebrates India’s spirituality and rich culture. Ratha Yatra – the Festival of Chariots – has been celebrated for thousands of years. Plan on attending the East Dallas temple on Saturday for this one-day annual festival.
- In Waxahachie, the Webb Gallery hosts works by musician and artist Mark Todd. “Don’t Go To Hell Without Saying Goodbye: The Fake Records and Rare Book Show” is an exhibition of Todd’s renditions of album covers and runs through June 4.
- The Core Theatre looks into the life and legacy of civil rights activist Medgar Evers. See the original production “Behind the Cotton Curtain: Remembering Medgar Evers,” at the socially-conscience theatre in Richardson through April 16.
For more on these and other events explore the Art&Seek calendar.