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Pa Herford loves his five daughters, but there are days he wonders if he should have just raised puppies! All the girls up in the hills are suffering from what Pa calls The Hankerin,’ for they all want to get hitched — and Any Ol’ Man’ll Do, as they sing in hillbilly harmony. The only exception is Charlemaine, who only loves her books. But everything changes when government man Marcus Slidell shows up to buy land from the Herfords. For Charlie, it’s love at first sight. Marcus, on the other hand, is all business. Unfortunately, the land he wants to purchase is the same plot that the Herfords and the Guernseys have been feuding over for decades. While Marcus tries to figure out what to do, Charlie figures she has to find some way to catch Marcus’s eye, so she has Widder Perkins, The Black Widder, fix her up a love potion. Whooo-eee! After that, things really go crazy!
Over 18 local artists present visual art in this stunning collection celebrating Black History Month. Click the artists' name to learn more.
An artists' reception will be held on Thursday, Feb. 17, 5-6:30 p.m.
GISD Elementary, Middle, and High Schools perform dance and step team routines in Black History Month 2022 - Journeys to Joy: Where We've Come From, Where We Are, Where We're Headed.
Admission is free and open to the public.
Garland Symphony Orchestra's Concert V of the Mozart con Amore season features internationally-acclaimed pianist Raul Canosa.
Don't miss performances of:
The City of Garland Cultural Arts Division presents the new concert series showcasing local talent - Make Your Mark Live - featuring Chavorukos Band, performing the best 80s and 90s hits in Spanish and English!
Don't miss the Plaza Classic Movie Sabrina - starring Audrey Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart!
*This performance includes both the Junior Showcase (2 p.m.) and the Senior Showcase (5 p.m.).*
Dallas Ballet Company presents the annual Variation Showcase under the Artistic Direction of Judy and Brent Klopfenstein. This annual dance event features Dallas Ballet Center students and DBCo company members presenting solo and duet variations from classical ballet repertoire and also contemporary works.
Ballet Nepantla presents Valentina: a collection of stories that speak to the strength and resilience of women during Revolutionary Mexico. By fusing contemporary ballet with traditional Mexican Folklorico, "Valentina" tells stories of wealth and power, hope and despair, struggle and loss, and triumph.
Dallas County Aggie Moms’ Club will celebrate 100 years of supporting Aggies and Texas A&M University with a Century Celebration at the Granville Arts Center in downtown Garland. Fellow supporters of Texas A&M, lovers of choral music, and auction enthusiasts are invited to join us for this fun evening. Advance tickets for dinner and the Texas A&M Singing Cadets Concert are available individually and as a combined ticket. Teresa Woodard ’97, WFAA Broadcaster, will be our emcee for the evening that will also feature a wine pull, silent auction, and historical display spanning 100 years of Aggie Moms. All proceeds will fund scholarships and benefit student organizations at TAMU.
For more information email DCAM.
Decades of The King features award-winning Elvis Tribute Artists Cliff Wright and Radney Pennington, both from Branson, MO, one of the entertainment capitals of the United States.
Don’t miss this incredible night of Elvis Presley rockin’ n rollin’ history taking you on a journey of three eras of The King Of Rock & Roll!
The GISD Faculty Art Show features amazing and colorful paintings, sculptures, and more from the Garland ISD faculty.
Admission: free and open to the public. The Granville Arts Center Gallery Space is open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. and during performances.