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  1. Coyote Drive-In – Missing the movie theater experience? Get tickets for Coyote Drive-In Theater and Canteen in Fort Worth. Movies are updated weekly, with a wide selection of food and drinks and socially distanced seating outdoors at the concession stand. Tickets are $7, be sure to arrive a little early to find a good spot.
  2. Live Music at the Rustic –  Visit The Rustic in uptown Dallas for locally sourced American eats, Texas brews and a socially distanced outdoor patio with free live music. Every weekend, the Rustic hosts a number of local pop, country, and indie artists to experience while enjoying meals sourced from Texan farmers and Texas spirit-driven drinks and cocktails. No cover charge.
  3. Online Kombucha Class – Ever wondered how kombucha is made? On Saturday, September 12 from 4 to 6 p.m., this free online class will teach the basics of fermentation, flavoring, preparing tea and caring for SCOBY. Visit the North Dallas Fermentation Enthusiasts web page for more information.  
  4. Live Flamenco Dancing – “Memorias Flamencas” is a Flamenco/Jazz Fusion show part of a series aiming to spread the love of dance. The music and choreography will convey a powerful message about the effects of cancer in a community.  Attend this Friday, September 11 from 3:45 pm to 10 pm at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center. Tickets can be found on the AT&T Performing Arts Center website. Admission starts at $25.
  5. Animation Webinar – Calling all film enthusiasts! Learn about the differences and similarities between live-action and animation from former DreamWorks studio manager Kara Oropallo. This free online event from the Dallas Filmmakers Alliance will take place on September 12 from 2 to 4 p.m. 
  6. Distillery Tour and Sampling- Deep Ellum Distillery offers weekly tours and tastings on Fridays at 6 p.m. and Saturdays at 4 p.m. You will try award-winning vodka, learn the history of the distillery, see the production of whiskey wash and see where the Irish-style whiskey is aged. Tours start at $15 with a Deep Ellum Distillery glass included. Reservations are required.

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