Four-day culinary blowout that brings chefs, artisans and culinary influencers together to celebrate supporting local and regional farmers.
Nov 4 2017
Chefs for Farmers - Dallas (Thru Nov. 5)
City of Arlington: Arlington Computer Roundup - Arlington
Arlington residents may bring old computers, cell phones, monitors, keyboards, printers, radios, VCRs, video cameras and other small household electronics for recycling. Proof of Arlington residency is required.
Please schedule bulky item pickups for larger household items and electronics such as refrigerators, televisions, washers and dryers by calling Republic Services at 817-317-2000 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remember also that the Arlington Landfill accepts old computers and computer-related equipment for recycling year-round. Just drop the items off at the landfill, where they will be stored and then taken to a recycler. If you have questions, call the landfill at 817-354-2300.
Info about Computer Roundup: 817-459-6777 or email@example.com
This event is sponsored by the City of Arlington Public Works Department, the University of Texas at Arlington and United Electronics Recycling.
Greater Fort Worth Sierra Club: Residential & Business Recycling - Fort Worth
Join us at Daggett Montessori (parking lot on Hemphill and Jesssamine) to recycle all your old stuff. Items include all electronics, clothing, bedding, towels, shoes, plastic bags, styrofoam, batteries and wire hangars.
Trinity Haymarket: Oak Cliff Coop Snoop - Dallas
Trinity Haymarket hosts the 3rd Annual Oak Cliff Coop Snoop to benefit F.A.R.M. (Farmers Assisting Returning Military). Enjoy a fun and entertaining day visiting 8 unique backyard chicken coops throughout various neighborhoods in Oak Cliff. Maps are $10 per adult and can be purchased the day of the tour at Trinity Haymarket.
The small farmer supply store will be open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Nov. 4. Limited edition Oak Cliff Coop Snoop T Shirts for sale as well.
BRIT: Grasses, the Rodney Dangerfield of the Vascular Plant World - Decatur
Grasses, often the most common plants in any given landscape, are also some of the most overlooked, underappreciated and misunderstood members of the plant world. Grasses, however, are what makes the prairie a prairie. They are an essential component of savannas, and they even occupy the understory of woodlands and forests. This workshop will provide an introduction to the world of grasses that are found in the prairies, savannas and woodlands of North Texas. The focus will be on field identification of grasses by their distinguishing physical characteristics. It will include an overview of basic terminology related to the parts of the grass plant, a brief discussion of taxonomic classification, discussion of the significance of various grass species, their potential values and the ecosystem services they provide.
Instructor: Dan Caudle, Botanical Research Institute of Texas Resident Reseacher
Bonton Farms: Farm to Table Dinner - Dallas
Join us for a night under the stars at the Bonton Farms Extension with fresh ingredients from the farm prepared by local Chef Justin Box. The meal will be paired with stories of transformation from friends and neighbors whose lives have been impacted through this work. We'll cap the night off with live music by the Stoneleighs, covering our favorite songs from the Rolling Stones!
Update: Event is at capacity! If you didn't get a ticket for November's dinner, please stay tuned for future events.
Dallas County Green Party: Meeting - Dallas
Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center: Night Flight - Cedar Hill
Learn about creatures of the night (moths/owls) at this family-friendly event. We will attract and identify moths, investigate owl pellets, and offer nature crafts and games. Our nature store will be open for shopping. Registration required. $5.
Info: 469-526-1980 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Japan-America Society of Dallas/Fort Worth: Otsukimi Moon Viewing Festival - Dallas
Celebrate the full autumn moon at Klyde Warren Park with a picnic under the stars. Enjoy Japanese music and dance performances, along with sky-gazing and moon activities with the Texas Astronomical Society. Meet and greet local rabbits that are up for adoption with Texas Rustlers Rescue. Participate in traditional Japanese art forms including calligraphy, tea ceremony, ikebana, and haiku poetry.
- Yuko Uebayashi’s Suite for Flute & Cello with Voices of Change
- Japanese Taiko by Dallas Kiyari Daiko
- Shakuhachi Ensemble with Master Stan "Kakudo" Richardson and Mujuan Dojo
- Okinawan Dance with Dallas Miyagi Ryū No Shokai
Pre-order your bento box made by Niwa Japanese BBQ and Monkey King Noodle Company! Deadline is Thursday, Nov. 2.
Mudhens: Vegan Pairdine - Dallas
Celebrate NTX Beer Week with a special Vegan Beer Pairdiné - a vegan-friendly menu that is perfectly paired with carefully curated craft beers.
3 beers, 3 courses, $45.
Reserve table: 214-698-7000, Option 2. Three Seating Times: 6:30 / 7pm / 7:30