What To Do This Weekend
An exhibit, a trunk show, and a cookout
Sacred: New Works by Justin Clumpner – Dallas-based surrealist portrait artist celebrates the opening of his new exhibit with a reception at Kettle Art Gallery. His work explores our “contemporary existence to find the maddening, the ironic, and the absurd.”
The Details: 2650-B Main Street. 5–8 p.m. Show runs through Saturday, July 8. kettleart.com
Brother Vellies Trunk Show – Founder Aurora James heads stops by TenOverSix to show pieces from her current collection and share her passion for sustainably made goods. (All the brand’s shoe and handbags are handmade by artisans in South Africa, Ethiopia, Kenya, and Morocco.) Summer cocktails provided by Midnight Rambler.
The Details: 1511 Commerce Street. Complimentary valet at The Joule Hotel. 2–6 p.m. RVSP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Father’s Day Cookout – Sylvan Thirty’s CiboDivino Marketplace is taking over the grill so dads can relax. A cookout on the lawn features 44 Farms steaks prepared by Chef Ryan Olmos, classic sides, and pasta salads. Lawn games for kids and draft beers and wine for grown-up means the whole family will be happy.
The Details: 1868 Sylvan Avenue D100. 12–5 p.m. cibodivinomkt.com/events