The half dozen

  1. At the Meadows Museum at SMU, listen to a performance of Ibero-American guitar music from Enrique Munoz at Music at the Meadows on Sept. 7. Inspired by the musical genre milonga, works will range from classical pieces from the 16th century to 19th and 2th0 centuries. $15.
  2. The circus is in town! From Sept. 9-10 in the Colony, Carson and Barnes Circus present CircusSaurus. Experience live elephants and see giants of the past such as dinosaurs and the legendary wooly mammoth come to life to captivate audiences of all ages! Tickets online $16-$22, at the Circus $18-$26.
  3. Texas Ballet Theatre is coming to the Winspear Opera House with their production of Beauty and the Beast. Catch this tale as old as time from Sept. 7-10. $20-$95.
  4. The Dallas Chocolate Festival is Sept. 8-10 at the Fashion Industry Gallery. Featuring dozens of chocolatiers, demonstrations and even workshops, this is too sweet to miss. Main event entry $35, VIP $75 and Magic Tickets $275.
  5. Desperate for a day off? On Sept. 9, grab a blanket or lawn chair then head to Klyde Warren Park’s Movies in the Park — Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Picnic baskets and coolers welcome, concessions available for purchase.
  6. On Sept. 9, grab your dancing shoes and head to Downtown Carrollton Square for Steps on the Square. Get a two-step dance lesson then stay for a tribute to George Strait and two-step under the stars.


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