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Aug 30

Teepa Snow - International Dementia Expert


Don't miss this rare opportunity to see and hear one of America's most beloved experts on Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia - Teepa Snow. A dozen local organizations have partnered together...

Grapevine Convention Center

Sep 07

Why Work?


Many of us are conflicted about work. We expect it to fulfill us, but we also hate our jobs. This conflict sparks questions that touch on the highest ideals about the purpose of our lives. Does...

Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture

Sep 09

smallCon S.T.E.A.M. Convention


smallCon is a 501(c)3 non-profit that endeavors to educate the public about women in STREAM (Science, Technology, Robotics, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) services. This is a one day...

Addison Conference Centre & Theatre Centre

Sep 09 - Sep 23

Citizens Civil Academy - Fall 2017


The Citizens' Civil Academy is a FREE, NON-Partisan , 3- week program about the civil court system. Learn the difference between the state and federal courts, what happens to a case from the time...

Every Sat between Sep 9 and Sep 23

International Museum of Cultures

Sep 12 - Dec 12

Breakfast Book Group at the Dallas Institute


Explore some of today's great literature over breakfast in the heart of Uptown. Each month is the opportunity to take a deeper look into a new book. Includes book and breakfast Sign up for all...

Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture

Sep 14

A Conversation With A Living Legend to Honor Santiago Calatrava, Ph.D.


Spanish architect and engineer Santiago Calatrava, Ph.D. will be honored at the 28th annual A Conversation With a Living Legend®, benefiting The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center,...

Hilton Anatole

Sep 15 - Nov 10

The Dallas Institute's Ben Franklin Circle


In 1727, Benjamin Franklin formed a "self-improvement club" and devised a list of thirteen virtues that he deemed worthy of serious time and effort within the group: temperance, silence, order,...

Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture

Sep 20 - Dec 20

Lunch Book Group at the Dallas Institute


Explore some of today's great literature over breakfast in the heart of Uptown. Each month is the opportunity to take a deeper look into a new book. Includes book and lunch. Sign up for all...

Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture

Sep 26

Keeping the Faith, Faith & Work Edition; an interfaith dialogue


Come join five women from different faith backgrounds as they explore what it means to be a woman of faith in North Texas. "Keeping the Faith, Faith & Work Edition" will be held on Tuesday,...

Dallas Public Library-J. Erik Jonsson Central Library

Sep 26 - Dec 19

Alien Worlds Book Group


A monthly book group for lovers of science fiction and also those who want to know why their friends get so excited over a new science fiction story or movie. Focusing on thought-provoking science...

Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture

Sep 30

Dallas Genealogical Society 2017 Fall Seminar


Resource Goldmines: Societies, Religion, & Politics featuring D. Joshua Taylor, MA, MLS ? Session 1: Beyond Belief: The Wealth of Genealogical and Historical Societies ? Session 2: Online...

Dallas Public Library-J. Erik Jonsson Central Library

Oct 05

Novellas: The Perfect Form of Prose Fiction


Longer than a short story but shorter than a novel, the novella has been practiced for generations by distinguished writers. Yet there is a lingering aesthetic criticism that haunts the form: A...

Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture

Oct 06 - Oct 08

#NoMeanGirls 2017 Conference


Plaid for Women is proud to announce details and open registration for their highly anticipated, first-ever national conference, #NOMEANGIRLS, taking place in Dallas from October 6-8, 2017. The...

Dallas Marriott City Center

Oct 07

GlamCon


GlamCon empowers breast cancer survivors and patients through our #SurvivingInStyle initiative and brings together the health industry to help provide breast cancer resources combined with help...

Lofty Spaces

Oct 17

More Light: Selected Poems 2004-2016 with Dr. Frederick Turner


Dr. Frederick Turner, a Nobel Prize nominee, a professor and scholar, a progenitor of new intellectual movements, a literary and cultural critic, a translator - and perhaps first and foremost as a...

Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture

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