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Oscar, this is how we all feel after Cinco de Mayo. Check out the Sesame Street documentary in Dallas this weekend. Courtesy Texas Theatre

THURSDAY May 6

How are you feeling today? Hungover much? If your Cinco de Mayo activities have you feeling a little dehydrated, see the folks at VIP Total Health & Hydration (6201 Sunset Dr, Ste 670, Forth Worth, 682-708-3308) for some IV therapy.  VIP is open 10am-6pm Mon-Sat and 10am-4pm Sun. Call them. Now.

 

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FRIDAY May 7

At 6pm Fri and 7:15pm Sun, go behind the scenes with Sesame Street artists, creators, and educators at a screening of the documentary film Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street at Texas Theatre (231 W Jefferson Blvd, Dallas, 214-948-1546). Tickets are $10 at TexasTheatre.org.

 

SATURDAY May 8

From noon to 8pm, head to the West Main Arts Fest in front of Create Arlington at the 200 and 300 Block of West Main Street (682-248-8424). Stroll through a three-block scene that will include 78 art booths, 30 bands on three stages, eight food and drink vendors — some selling beer and wine — and two large sidewalk-chalk murals for kids and adults to draw together. You are welcome to bring your pets and lawn chairs. This event is free to attend.

 

SUNDAY May 9

From 11am to 2pm, local amateur bakers can participate in The Great British Fort Worth Bake-Off hosted by Deliciousness from Ally’s Kitchen at The Table Market (120 St. Louis Av, Fort Worth, 682-703-1092). The $5 fee benefits Presbyterian Night Shelter. The contest categories include Your Signature Bake (adults and kids), Technical Challenge, and Show Stopper Challenge. To register and read the rules, visit Facebook.com/TheTableFW.

 

MONDAY May 10

Regardless of what the Vandoliers say, there are good things that happen in Pantego. Every Mon from 7 to 9pm, join the PubGuys for Trivia Night at Dr. Jeckyll’s Beer Lab (2420 W Park Row, Pantego, 817-274-7405). Along with trivia, this craft beer bar does growler fills and has live music, games, and open mic nights, too.

 

TUESDAY May 11

On Tue thru Thu, May 11, at 7:30pm, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra presents Vivaldi: The Four Seasons by Mozart at Will Rogers Memorial Auditorium (3401 W Lancaster Av, Fort Worth, 817-665-6000) featuring conductor Miguel Harth-Bedoya and violinist Benjamin Baker. Tickets are $25-99 at FWSymphony.org.

 

WEDNESDAY May 12

While Cat City Grill (1208 W Magnolia Av, Fort Worth, 817-916-5333) has $4 house wine 4pm-7pm Mon-Fri, this Near Southside neighborhood bar and grill also offers half-price on select bottles every Wednesday. #WineDownWednesdays

 

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