- Fort Worth’s Juneteenth Festival kicks off bright and early on Saturday morning. The parade starts at 9 a.m. at O.D. Wyatt High School. Catch the rest of the festivities at Tarrant County College’s South Campus.
- Also on Saturday, Kitchen Dog Theater hosts the 21st Annual New Works Festival at Dallas’ Trinity River Arts Center. They’ll be performing “Babel” by Jacqueline Goldfinger and “Ravenous” by Darla Miyeko Marinelli.
- On Sunday, Tejas Dance premieres “the WOMAN next door” at the Eisemann Center in Richardson. The performance centers on women’s empowerment and blends traditional Indian dance with contemporary.
- And throughout the weekend, see Frank X. Tolbert’s collection of drawings and paintings of birds at the Tyler Museum of Art. His exhibition Texas Birds is on display through Aug. 4.
For more on these and other events, explore the Art&Seek calendar.