A Few DARTable Events to Check out this Weekend

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Looking for something to do this weekend? Hop on DART to check out these upcoming events.

Reimagine Crowdus
Ever wonder how Deep Ellum would benefit from a pedestrian open space? Reimagine Crowdus brings your imagination to life with a free month-long initiative to transform Crowdus Street into a pedestrian-friendly space featuring concerts, dance nights, speakers, markets and more. This weekend, you can swing to a new groove during the swing dance class by Studio 22, jump rope to punk music, hula hoop while jamming or enjoy art workshops with ArtLoveMagic.

Take the Green Line to Deep Ellum Station. To find out more about the events this weekend or a lineup of upcoming events, check out Reimage Crowdus’ activity calendar.

Klyde Warren Park
Spice things up with salsa dancing at Klyde Warren Park’s Muse Family Performance Pavilion today from 6:30-7:30 p.m. or enjoy a relaxing Saturday morning yoga session with the Dallas Yoga Center at the park’s Ginsburg Family Great Lawn from 10-11 a.m. Whatever you choose, Klyde Warren Park offers a variety of fun and free activities to enjoy with the family.

Take the Green or Orange Line to St. Paul Station. To learn more about the events happening at Klyde Warren Park, check out the park’s list of events.

Wyly Theatre
The Dallas Theater Center Presents Constellations: A Mind-Bending Love Story at Wyly Theatre. The show runs through Oct. 9.

Take DART Red, Blue, Green or Orange Line to the Pearl/Arts District Station. To learn more about the event, visit the AT&T Performing Arts Center website at attpac.org.

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