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Fair Park Community Events
Curated by the Revitalize South Dallas Coalition
Here are events and opportunities for this week that may be of interest to our neighbors in South Dallas/Fair Park community.
March 20, 2017 – March 27, 2017 (RSDC does not sponsor the events listed. Verify details w/organizers)
Monday Night Politics: City Council & School Board Races
Mon, March 20, 2017; 6 – 8pm; African American Museum @Fair Park. The Dallas Examiner sponsors debates between Dist 4 candidates, Carolyn King Arnold and Dwaine Caraway; Dist 8 candidates, Erik Wilson, Gail Terrell, Tennell Atkins, Eric Williams, Moctezuma Gonzalez; and Dist 6 School Board candidates, Joyce Foreman and Phelesha Hamilton. Contact: 214-941-3100.
South Dallas Public Safety Town Hall
Tues, March 21, 2017; 6:30 – 8pm; Larry Johnson Rec Center; 3700 Dixon, 75210. Councilwoman Tiffinni Young invites South Dallas residents to voice their public safety concerns to Deputy Chief, Vernon Hale. Contact: 214-670-4051.
Southern Neighbors United Political Forum
Career & Resource Fair
City Manager’s Budget Meeting
Wed, March 22, 2017; 6:30 – 8pm; Southwest Center Mall, Community Rm; 3662 Camp Wisdom, 75237. New City Manager, T C Broadnax, wants community input on the 2017-2018 City budget. Free. Open to the public.
“Trinity River Plays”: Theatre Performance
Thurs – Sun; March 23 – April 2, 2017; 8pm-weekdays; 3pm-Sundays; South Dallas Cultural Center; 3400 Fitzhugh, 75210. Emmy Award-winning actress, and Dallas native, Regina Taylor, presents her powerful new play about a woman’s journey from teen to adulthood. Contact: Marilyn Clark; 214-671-1998. Tickets @the door, or @: www.SOULREP.ORG.
How to Market to Prime Contractors Class
“Role of Women in the Civil Rights Movement”
Online Survey: Establishing Dallas’ First Felony Community Court
The City is pursuing a grant to establish a South Dallas Felony Community Court that requires resident input by completing a brief, anonymous survey related to their community experiences. Contact: Yulise Waters, 469-261-7724. Survey: https://unt.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8G0bSZiftnngazj.
Free Laptops Available for Students
Underprivileged, public school students ages 12-17 may be eligible for free computers from KAKE Initiative while supplies last. For requirements, contact: Lashell Booker; 469-358-9052. Apply at: www.kakeinitiative.org.
“Walk with Us”: To End Senseless Violence
Sat, April 15, 2017. Urban Specialists, a South Dallas non-profit helping youth reach their full potential, is looking for participants to join their “Walk” thru South Dallas to call attention to community needs. Contact: Antong Lucky; 469-458-3006; www.urbanspecialists.us
Interested in the Revitalize South Dallas Coalition?