No Tie necessary
The Frontiers of Flight Museum hosts the No Tie Dinner & Dessert Party at 7 p.m. Proceeds benefit AIDS Services of Dallas. Marie and Angel Reyes, the couple profiled on page 10, serve as the honorary chairs for the evening.
My Park Day
Join Friends of Northaven Trail at the Virginia Cooke Respite Area for this outdoor celebration. There’ll be zoo animals, food from the Hamburger Man and more, but you can also give back by helping with trail landscaping. The festivities start at 9 a.m. and end at 1 p.m.
Northaven Trail near the St. Michaels intersection, northaventrail.org, free
Jamming with Jason
Jason Michael is famous for singing the “Clifford the Big Red Dog” TV theme song, but he’s also an accomplished rhythm and blues musician. That means adults and children alike will probably enjoy his 11 a.m. musical story time at NorthPark Center.
Our neighbors Lisa and Kenny Troutt will open up their home for a dinner benefitting Just Say Yes, a nonprofit that encourages teens to plan for the future. Dallas Cowboy’s quarterback, Tony Romo, is the guest speaker.
A handful of middle school students will dress like Greasers and take the stage at Marsh Preparatory Academy for this production of “The Outsiders.” The show is one night only and it starts at 6 p.m.
Conclude the month at the Inwood Theatre for a midnight — 11:59 p.m., technically — screening of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.” As always, outlandish attire is strongly encouraged and you can make noise during the whole thing, just don’t forget the toast. By the time you get home, it will be May.
Through April 15
Taxes are due April 15. Need help? AARP Tax-Aide and the IRS’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program will be at Preston Royal Library on Mondays from noon to 4 p.m. Don’t forget to bring your W-2, a photo I.D., last year’s tax return and Social Security cards for all dependents.
Through June 5
Between Paris and Texas
Texas history junkies, rejoice! The Meadows Museum is spotlighting the work of Marie Cronin, who studied in Paris but returned to the Lone Star State in the early 1900s to paint portraits of our statesmen. Also on display is “Process and Innovation,” which features the work of two mid-20th century Texas artists Carlotta Corpron and Janet Turner.