This event is the annual church festival and the continuation of a fundraising effort for the San Juan Diego Catholic Church. The funds are being raised for their parking lot, which is under construction, and other annual church expenses. The event will involve selling food such as gorditas, nachos, and tacos each Sunday in the patio of the Church for members of the church and the community. There will be six 8’x8′ tents erected. Food and beverages will be sold. The event will require no street closures. The projected total attendance each Sunday is 300. On Saturday September 2, 2017 only expects 3000.
This event is a two and a half day jazz festival hosted by The Black Academy of Arts and Letters. The festival will feature arts and crafts vendors and over fifty national, international, and regional musicians performing on three stages. The event will require closing Pemberton Hill between Sarah Lee and Elam, with partial closures at Jeanne, Lucy, and Hoddle. Food and alcoholic beverages will be sold. Setup for the event will begin at 12:00pm on Wednesday, August 30, 2017 and teardown will be on Monday, September 4 at 8:00am. Tents and three stages will be erected for the event. The projected attendance is 5,000 daily.
This annual event is in celebration of Mexican Independence Day sponsored by CBS Radio. The event will feature top regional Mexican musicians, food vendors, children’s activities and fun for the whole family. Fifteen tents ranging in size from 10’X10′ up to 20’X20’tents will be erected. A 24’X32’X4′ stage will also be erected. Setup will begin Sept. 1 at 8:00am and tear down will begin immediately after the event. Food and alcoholic beverages will be sold. The event will require closing North Drive from Sports St. to Hotel Dr. from 8:00am Sept 2 to 10:00pm Sept. 3 2017. Traffic may be impacted on the following streets ( Sports St. Reunion Blvd, Hyatt Regency, and Hotel Dr.) – The projected total attendance is 8,000.
This annual event is a family circus with clowns and acrobatic acts. The show also includes jugglers and comedy. No animals will be present at this event. A large tent (100 feet in diameter) and one stage (2 ½ feet high and 30 feet wide) will be erected for the event. Food, beverages, and merchandise will be sold. Setup will begin at 8;00 a.m. on August 10, 2017 and teardown will be Sept. 5, 2017. The event will require no street closures. The projected daily attendance is 175.
This is a Neighborhood Farmers Market organized by the Four Seasons Market LLC to occur on the property of Casa Linda (Edens) LLC at 9440 Garland Road, parking lot.
The Casa Linda Market hours are from 3:00pm – 7:00pm, setup begins at 1:00pm and teardown at 7:00pm. The market will occur every Wednesday of each month through December.
The market will consist of no more than 35 vendors that will set up booths, tents and tables to sell locally grown produced foods and goods.
This is a Neighborhood Farmers Market organized by Good Local Markets to occur at 3837 Simpson Stuart Road. The market site will be contained within the parking lot, property of the Paul Quinn Campus.
The market hours are from 3:00pm – 7:00pm, setup begins at 1:00pm and teardown at 7:00pm. Public parking is available within multiple parking lots. The Paul Quinn Farmers Market will occur on Thursdays of each month.
The Paul Quinn Farmers Market will consist of no more than 35 vendors that will set up booths, tents and tables to sell locally grown produced foods and goods.
This annual event is hosted by the Dallas Mavericks to kick-off the start of the new basketball season. It is also a fundraiser for the Mavs Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization. The event will feature a 5K run in and around the American Airlines Center as well as through the Design District. After the run, participants will participate in a post-run party featuring live music and a Mavericks/Pelicans watch party on the AT&T Plaza. The 5K will begin at 7pm east on Olive using all lanes, turn left north on Houston from Olive using all lanes except one rightmost lane northbound coned open for traffic, turn left west on Victory using all lanes, turn right northwest on Hi Line using all lanes, turn left southeast on Slocum using all lanes, turn right west on Cole using all lanes, turn left south on Dragon using all lanes, turn left east on Wichita using all lanes, turn left north on Slocum using all lanes, turn right northeast on Edison using all lanes, turn right east on Hi-Line using all lanes continuing south on Victory using all lanes except one rightmost southbound coned open for traffic to turn left east on Olive using all lanes to finish and disperse. Food and alcoholic beverages will be sold at the event. Ten 10’x10’ tents and a Stageline SL100 ( 24’x20’x16’) stage will be erected for the event. The projected total attendance is 2,800.
This is a Neighborhood Farmers Market organized by the Starlight Bethel Missionary Baptist Church to occur within their parking lot.
The hours of the Farmers Market at Cedar Crest are from 9:00am – 1:00pm, setup begins at 8:00am and teardown to start at 1:00pm. The market will occur twice a month through October. Parking for vendors and market guests are to be in approved parking areas.
The market will consist of no more than 35 vendors that will set up booths, tents (10×15) and tables to sell locally grown produced foods and goods.
This event is the annual Dallas 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb which is an incredibly symbolic and intensely physical remembrance of September 11th, 2001 as well as a tribute to fallen public safety officers. Climbers consist of 500 active-duty, public safety officers who carry the name and picture of their counterparts killed at Ground Zero on 9/11/01. The climb takes place inside the Renaissance Tower at 1201 Elm Street. The event begins with a climber group photo at 8:00 a.m. followed by an opening ceremony held on the street in front of the building. The opening ceremony consists of the same elements of a memorial service for fallen public safety officers and a keynote address by a speaker with a direct connection to September 11th. At 8:46 (the time Flight 11 crashed into the South tower), the climbers observe a moment of silence and then depart to start the climb. The rest of the event is choreographed to the timeline of events on 9/11/01. Live video showing the climbers within the stairwell will be streamed to the parking lot. The event script which is narrated by the Master of Ceremonies recognizes the times that the other planes crashed, the towers fell, etc. Several activities/informational areas will include a kids’ area, display of present day and antique public safety apparatus, showcase of regional responsible capabilities such as Dallas US&R Task Force 2, Desoto MCI Bus, etc.; recruitment tables for local public safety agencies currently hiring as well as local community colleges, police, fire, and EMS academies. Setup for the event will begin at 6:00 p.m. on September 8, 2017 on the STAR Parking lot, and event setup will begin at 5:00 a.m. at the Renaissance Tower on event day. Food, beverages, and merchandise will be sold in the vendor area where public-safety-related businesses can showcase their products. Two flatbed trailers (one used as a stage during open ceremony only, and one used to hold a piece of steel from the tower during open ceremony only) and a scissor lift (for taking photos) will be used during the event. The first stage will be 8’x8’x18” and the second will be 4’x8’x18”. The event will require closing Elm Street between Field and Griffin, and the southbound turn lane of Field to Westbound Elm from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. on September 9, 2017. The total projected attendance is 2,400.
This event is a New Neighborhood Farmers Market organized by Sian Reilly to occur on the property of Lula B’s Antique Shop (parking lot) at 1982 Fort Worth Avenue. The market operator is the Oak Cliff Lions Club.
The Oak Cliff Lions Club will consist of up to 35 vendors that will set up booths, tents (10×15) and tables to sell locally grown produced foods and goods. This event will not require street or lane closures and all parking will take place on approved parking areas. Set up will begin just prior to 8:00am and teardown at 12:00pm.