Dinner at Dragonfly

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Dress in your best Lee Park Chic/Cocktail attire and join us at this not-to-missed dinner in benefit of the Lee Park Conservancy and Junior Conservancy. All proceeds benefit Arlington Hall and Lee Park.

Beginning at 7:00 p.m., cocktails and wine will be served at the acclaimed Dragonfly Restaurant and tented, outdoor pool oasis. The delicious four-course, seated dinner will be served at 7:45 p.m. Space is limited, so make your reservations now!

ON-LINE RESERVATIONS FOR DINNER AT DRAGONFLY HAVE BEEN SUSPENDED. PLEASE MAKE RESERVATIONS FOR THE REMAINING SEATING AT 214-521-2003.*

This evening has been generously underwritten by Hotel ZaZa and is benefiting the Lee Park Conservancy and Lee Park Junior Conservancy.

We look forward to seeing you there!
– The Lee Park Conservancy and Junior Conservancy

Co-Chairs:
Sarah Stoesser
Jennifer Tobin
Scott Turner

Host Committee:
Dale Henry, Jr.
Jack Meyers
Mark Plunkett
Tevian Prohl
Jose Reyes
Dale Sherman
Veronica Torres
CeCe Turner
Peter Wilson
Preston Zapffe
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Deep Ellum Enrichment Project Social Mixer

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Trees from 8-9pm

Who wants to be in a rock band? Come out to Trees this Tuesday and play Beatles Rock Band on the stage with your neighborhood friends.

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Pinback, Bellini

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All Ages // $15 adv – $17 dos // All Ages

Pinback, for those who don’t know, are a mega-melodic indie-guitar duo consisting of Zach Smith and the ever-prolific Rob Crow. Their 2004 release, Summer in Abaddon, was an extraordinary disc of spikey guitars, left-field arrangements and hushed-yet-haunting lyricism. Note how the breezy “Fortress” and the furious “AFK” were picked as great bi-polar singles. It garnered critical waves of joy, solid sales, and a bunch of fans. Yet for those who left Summer with a bloodlust for more, Pinback delivered, giving their fans a B-sides & rarities collection that was on par with any of their albums (Nautical Antiques). This was followed by Rob Crow dropping a solo album that brilliantly expanded on the intimacy and immediacy that lingers in every Pinback song (Living Well). Pinback fans were happy fans.

Now, Pinback releases Autumn in the Seraphs, which just might be one of the greatest placeholders to in recent memory. — Popmatters.com

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