- The Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth turns back time Saturday to celebrate the era of Casanova at Kimbell Fest. This year’s annual event is inspired by the museum’s current exhibition “Casanova: The Seduction of Europe.” Dress up like Marie Antoinette or Don Giovanni for the MasqueRIDE bike ride. Get it? MasqueRIDE? And don’t forget to bring a blanket to enjoy performances by Wild Belle and Henry the Archer, and other surprises on the museum lawn.
- Also Saturday, Bluegrass in Burleson offers plenty of banjos, arts and crafts, and a car show. There’ll be fun for the whole family at this Founder’s Day celebration in Old Town Burleson.
- And in Dallas, an All-Star cast of Flamenco performers will bring down the house at the Kessler Theater to close out the Oak Cliff Flamenco Festival.
- On Sunday, head to Fort Worth, for a hilarious updated version of Chekhov’s “Uncle Vanya.” See the regional premiere of “Life Sucks,” running through November 12 at Stage West.
For more on these and other events, explore the Art&Seek calendar.