This weekend is full of shopping, champagne and feather boas…What are you doing thins weekend?
Burlesque Dance and Body Sculpt Class at the Hilton Anatole’s Verandah Club
To celebrate National Dance Day, the Verandah Club at Hilton Anatole and West Village will host a Burlesque Dance and Body Sculpt class. You can join in the celebration on July 31st, by participating in one of the largest burlesque dance classes in the country. Nigel Lythgoe, director, choreographer and former dancer, is launching National Dance Day on “So You Think You Can Dance.”
The one-hour complimentary class will be held on Saturday, July 31 from 10am to 11am at West Village (3699 McKinney Avenue, Dallas, TX, 75204). The class will be held outside in the North Alley between Avalon Salon and PointMobl. Students should wear workout clothes or yoga attire and sneakers. Walk-ups welcome. RSVP appreciated by contacting Susan Friedman at 214.559.0122 or email@example.com.
Burlesque Dance and Body Sculpt Class
Saturday, July 31, 10am – 11am
Sparkle yourself Mini Moet with BBQ Mondays
Don’t miss the chance to have “Bubbles and BBQ”. Each Monday, Rathbun’s Blue Plate Kitchen in Dallas offers an all day barbecue for $11.99. Featuring three different choices of smoked meats prepared with one of Kent’s signature blend of flavors from the Kent Rathbun Elements line of products (Texas Peach Barbecue Sauce, Honey-Teriyaki Barbecue Sauce and Ancho Chili Barbecue Sauce). Guest will choose a meat or combination platter served with choice of one side item, homemade bread and butter pickles, cornbread sticks and Rathbun’s Blue Plate Kitchen’s specialty jams. Now you enjoy the taste of Moet & Chandon Imperial with your BBQ!
Mini Moet with BBQ Mondays $17.99; $11.99 without bubbles)
Visit The Gypsy Wagon’s For Boho Fashions
The Gypsy Wagon is celebrating their new fantastic location at 2928 N. Henderson Avenue with breezy summer blouses and sundresses. The Gypsy Wagon is a unique East Dallas gift shop, filled with a whimsical and eclectic mix of flea market finds, antiques, hand-crafted and international items, jewelry, housewares, thingys, and even apparel for men, women, and children.
Our new location is at the intersection of Henderson Avenue and Miller Avenue. Please come see us!