TGIW! (Also, it’s National Root Beer Float Day) It’s that day of the week again. Time to get excited about the weekend.
Things to do worth your time for the rest of the week and weekend:
- Free Screening of “Into the Storm”, Angelika Film Center, Tonight, 7:30pm- You do need a pass to see it. It’s also recommended to arrive early. Here is the link to the passes.
- Karaoke, Reno’s Chop Shop, Tonight, 9pm-2am- Every Wednesday is karaoke night at Reno’s (and Uptown Pub, too). It is hosted by the awesome Kes O’Hara, Aussie front-woman for Honey. This isn’t your average karaoke night. Reno’s is known for it’s loud rock and roll and biker nights in Deep Ellum. But karaoke night brings in all walks of life and is a guaranteed good time. The drink special is $5 buys you a shot of Fireball and a Lonestar/PBR.
- Movie nights have become a trend. You have more than one option if you want to relax, have a drink, and watch a movie with other people.
- Movie by Moonlight, Mutts, Tonight, 8:30pm- Mutts will be playing National Lampoon’s Vacation. Bring your furry friend, but dogs aren’t required.
- Movie Night, Three Links, Tonight, 9pm- Three Links is best known as a music venue and bar in Deep Ellum, has started a movie night. Tonight, they will be playing “True Romance” followed by “Let Them Know.” There will be popcorn, candy, and drink specials.
- Mockbusters, Granada Theatre, August 9th, 7pm- This is the last of the Mockbusters series put on by the Granada. Tonight’s showing is “Armageddon.” The movie is free and there will be concessions.
- Half-priced Thursday at the Nasher Sculpture Musuem, Thursdays of August, 11am-5pm- Half-priced admission and get a free cookie with an entree at the Nasher Cafe. This is the last month of the half-priced Thursday.
- Music Thursday, Klyde Warren Park, August 7th, 7-8pm- This Thursday Stuart Todd Whitworth will be performing at Klyde Warren Park. It’s a free, family friendly event.
- 4th Anniversary of the Oak Cliff Cultural Center, August 9th, 3pm-9pm- Free for the whole family. Join the Oak Cliff Cultural Center in celebrating their 4th year. There will be face painting, live music, workshops, and more.