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Addison hosts the best Oktoberfest celebration with authentic bier and schnitzel--and plenty of polka music.
Addison Circle Park; addisontexas.net
Don’t miss the premiere show of artist Piotr Uklanski at the Dallas Contemporary. It’s the first time Uklanski has shown his abstract collection in a Dallas museum. (Through December 21.)
161 Glass St.; dallascontemporary.org
It’s not truly fall until Big Tex gives us the big “Howdy!” Expect fried Sriracha balls, the new “Red River Fest” Texas music lineup (featuring Deryl Dodd, Casey Donahew and Cody Canada) and the best car show in the state.
3921 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.; bigtex.com
In tribute to Robin Williams, Strauss Square outside the Winspear Opera House will host a free screening of Good Morning, Vietnam, starting at 8:30 p.m.
2403 Flora St.; attpac.org
If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to scull like an Ivy Leaguer, then meet the Dallas Rowing Club on Bachman Lake near Love Field for a three-hour lesson ($125). No experienced required.
Dallas Rowing Club, 2829 Shorecrest Dr.; dallasrowingclub.org
Even the common cold couldn’t keep Sir Paul away from Dallas. His stop, which was originally planned for summer, has been rescheduled for October--and tickets are still available.
2500 Victory Lane; tickets
Check out DJ Jeff Mitchell and the Phonophreaks at Midnight at The Nasher, starting at 6 p.m. and ending at midnight. The Nasher opens its doors free to the public and allows guests to walk leisurely throughout the museum and gardens, enjoy local music acts and have an urban picnic in the park.
2001 Flora St.; nashersculpturecenter.org
Now that pool season has ended, we’re slowly trading in our sandals for boots, beach trips for tailgate parties and sun-kissed highlights for... well, maybe we’ll keep those a bit longer. But now’s the time to make plans for all those entertaining events that will let us make the most of the cooler weather.
Start setting those calendar reminders. This is your guide to fall 2014.
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