Join us for Music on Mockingbird to kick off the Fall Semester at SMU with a brass quintet.
Saturday, August 24 from 5:00pm - 6:00pm at Mockingbird Station near the Angelika Theater.
Join us for Music on Mockingbird with Bridge the Gap Chamber Players featuring Bomethius (Violinist and Songwriter).
Saturday, August 17 from 5:00pm - 6:00pm in Mockingbird Station near the Angelika Theater
Join us for the UCPID Annual Property Owner’s Meeting!
Friday, June 14 from 11:30am - 2:00pm
Lunch will be provided.
Magnolia Hotel - 6070 N. Central Expressway, Dallas
Property owners and neighbors are invited!
Please RSVP by June 7 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for the May Outreach and Development Committee Meeting at Desperados Patio. Happy Hour with drinks and bites.
Join us for Music on Mockingbird on Saturday, April 27 from 5:00pm - 6:00pm at Mockingbird Station (near the Angelika Theater). We will have a special performance featuring Keyboard Jazz and Improvisation from Bridge the Gap Chamber Players.
Special thanks to Mockingbird Station, SMU Meadows School and the University Crossing PID.
This 9Round 30-minute power workout is fast, effective and fun. Let the 9Round Dallas-Mockingbird Ln. team lead you through this action-packed strength and cardio workout. Follow up the work out with a Bowl from Rush Bowls to pack in the protein and recover!
Two class times:
- 10:00AM - 10:30AM
- 10:45AM - 11:15AM
DEVIN of The People's Last Stand and LEA of Sand + Soil Flowers are your guides for a fun afternoon of planting and shaking.
Guests will enjoy a structured format class, providing an in-depth dive into making and serving cocktails. You will also spend time in the sunshine, learning how to properly plant a cactus without pricking yourself. And, yes! Sand + Soil's Vintage VW will be on-site for the photo op after our class!
Snacks will be provided and the bar will be open. Come get your hands dirty in the best kind of way!
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IG: @peoplesdallas @sandandsoilflowers
$25 Ticket includes Yoga Flow with Core Power Yoga and Brunch at Urban Taco after. Brunch includes 2 Tacos and a Mimosa.
Hosted by Mockingbird Station
WRR 101.1 Bach in the Subways!
March 23 from 5-7pm
Take part in “Bach in the Subways,” a global event celebrating J.S. Bach’s birthday! Dallas obviously doesn’t have subways, but we DO have the DART rail!
Join us for a FREE performance in the intimate outdoor seating area on the second level of Mockingbird Station, the vibrant shopping/eating destination conveniently located in the heart of Dallas’ midtown at Central Expy and Mockingbird Ln.
Come early for complimentary sandwiches from locally-owned New York Sub and stay for a FREE, live performance of Bach’s music by students from SMU’s acclaimed school of music!
It’s the 40th Anniversary of Dallas’ Official St. Patrick’s Day Parade! The parade kicks off on Greenville Avenue at Blackwell Street. Check out the website to learn more about fun music and other parade and festival activities.
Join us for the Music on Mockingbird Violin Cello Duo with Bridge the Gap Chamber Players at Mockingbird Station (next to Angelika Theatre). Special thanks to Mockingbird Station, SMU Meadows School and the University Crossing PID for supporting Music on Mockingbird.
Join us for Music on Mockingbird Brass Quintet with the Bridge the Gap Chamber Players at Mockingbird Station (next to Angelika Theatre). Special Thanks to Mockingbird Station, SMU Meadows School and the University Crossing Public Improvement District for the support.
Dean Myers invites you to a Cox Connections Breakfast, featuring Andy Peykoff II, BBA '98, President & CEO, Niagara Bottling. 7-7:45 AM - breakfast and registration 8-9 AM - Interview and Q & A with Professor Mickey Quiones, Crum Auditorium
Hailed for his passionate and virtuosic performances, Belgian pianist Stijn De Cock maintains an active musical career as a soloist, chamber musician and teaching artist in the U.S. and abroad. He has performed in prestigious music festivals and concert venues worldwide and been a major prizewinner in multiple competitions. He currently serves on the piano faculty of the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point.