Community Calendar: Week of October 25th

October 13-30

Early Voting: find out where you can go to vote early by clicking here.

Until October 30th; November 3rd

Free Rides to the Polls: Call 214-275-9768. The Texas Legislature has done away with straight party voting. Now you must vote for each race individually. Sponsors: ICDC, Miles of Freedom, St Philip’s, and Southern Dallas Link.

October 15-November 8

My Red Hand My Black Hand: presented by Cara Mia & Soul Rep Theatre. Streamed autoplay. See the preview performance 10/12 (Indigenous People’s Day) at 7:30 pm. For tickets or more info: www.caramiatheatre.org or www.soulrep.org

Until November 4th

Job Readiness Sessions & Hiring Events, 21st Century, with Inspiring Tomorrow’s Leaders, ZWHJCOC, Zan Wesley Holmes, Jr. Community Outreach Center. Via Zoom. Info contact: Jasmine Anderson at jasmine.anderson@zwhjcoc.org

Every Tuesday 

Virtual Parenting Classes: 6:15 pm-8:30 pm. Classes offered for parents ages 6-12 where you’ll learn effective ways to communicate and discipline your children. Sponsor: The TurnAround Agenda of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship. Contact: 469-567-1793. Register here

Daily

State Fair of Norma’s. Enjoy all of your state fair favorites but with a twist! at Norma’s Café 8300 Gaylord Pkwy, Frisco. All 5 Norma’s Cafe are participating and open 8 am-8 pm daily.

October 25-28

Jesus + Justice Hosted by Eastern Star Church. Virtual Event. Speaker: Dr. Fredrick D. Haynes, III. 10/25 at 8:15 am CST, 10-26/28 at 6 pm CST

October 25 

Andrew’s World with host Andrew Whigham III on blogtalkradio.com 8 am-10 am. Tune in for thought-provoking, enlightening, informative, and entertaining news and commentary. Join the conversation at 646-200-0459 on Andrew’s World.

Carrollton Farmers Market. 10:00 am-1:00 pm. 2722 N. Josey Ln. Carrollton. Every Sunday.

Sunday Dallas Farmers Market, 920 S. Harwood. Hosted by Dallas Farmers Market and Lonestar Specialty Foods. 10 am-5 pm. Info: https://bit.ly/3nKPflf

Chosen Generation Youth Worship. Host Friendship-West Baptist Church, 2020 W. Wheatland Rd. Stream 11:15 am-12:30 pm. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CHOSENFWBC

Reggae Brunch Buffet, Host Hero’s Lounge, 3094 N. Stemmons Fwy. 11 am-3 pm. Tickets: Eventbrite.com. The all new Sunday Reggae Brunch!! All You Can Eat Caribbean Brunch Buffet.

A Message For You. I Messenger Media is continuing to provide thought-provoking, informative, enlightening and entertaining news, and commentary. 1 pm. Live on Facebook at TexasMetroNews and blogtalkradio.com

Sunday Happy Hour, NABJ Media Related Task Force, with host Terry Allen, Guests: Dale Smith, CEO BCTV and Dr. K.L. Newhouse CEO, Knew Image Communications Media. 5:30 pm CST. Reg:  https://bit.ly/2FOlwGG bring your best drink and enjoy the best in online networking! 

October 26-30

bigBang20 Equity IN Action: The Next 100 Years. Host, Dr. Michael Sorrell of Paul Quinn College and Moderator Destiny Modeste. Online event. Register: www.bigbangtx.com

October 26

Small Business Mondays: “Start, Pivot, Grow” Virtual Sessions: 9 am-4:45 pm. Dallas College sponsors sessions titled “I Want to Start a Business,” “I Need Funding for my Business,” “I Don’t Understand My Business’s Books,” and “COVID-19 Small Business Mastermind.” Contact: 800-385-0704 or cynthia@cynthianevels.com

In the Middle with Ashley Moss, a Pointer Koch Fellow with I Messenger Media, LLC. Live on Facebook at TexasMetroNews and blogtalkradio.com at 11 am-1 pm. Questions? Call 646-200-0459.

Makin’ Money Mondays hosted by Wealth Architect and Kirsten Elise Dunn. Need some financial wisdom? We got you covered. Our hosts Kirsten Elise Dunn, successful social entrepreneur and real estate investor, and Jack Waldron, Executive VP at Five Rings Financial. On Facebook Live @WealthArchitect. 11:15 am-11:45 am. FREE!

Marvelous Marriage Mondays at Friendship-West Baptist Church 2020 W. Wheatland Rd. 7:00 pm-8 pm. Helping Marriages be More Marvellous! This is a ministry of the Covenant Keepers which is the Marriage Community of Friendship-West Baptist Church. Register online at https://friendshipwest.zoom.us/meeting/register/upcpcOmhqz4rqNU-lYrUaJHUISSKLziBMg

October 27

The Doc Shep Speaks Show! From 11 am-1 pm. Live on Facebook at TexasMetroNews and blogtalkradio.com. Join in on the conversation. 

Comerica Bank Women’s Business Symposium. Hosted by Comerica Bank Register here. 11:30 am-2 pm.

October 28-30

Power Networking Conference 2020: co-hosted by Dr. George C. Fraser, Deland A. Johnson and MC Dr. Stacie Grant. Register: https://bit.ly/3jXf27z 

October 28

First Responder Appreciation Day at Torchy’s Tacos 1805 N. Collins St. #151, Arlington. 10 am-9 pm.

I Was Just Thinking with Norma Adams-Wade from 11 am-1 pm. Live on Facebook at TexasMetroNews and blogtalkradio.com. Call in and join the conversation at 646-200-0459.

Ask Dr. Amerson Radio Show at 11 am CST. The show continues to spotlight National Alopecia Awareness Month with expert guests. Healthy hair/scalp care tips, alopecia discussion, our award-winning product line and more on DFWiRadio.com.

#NationBuilding w/ Michael Sorrell at 12:30 pm. CT on Facebook & Twitter. Follow Paul Quinn College’s President, Michael Sorrell on all social media platforms. @MichaelSorrell on Twitter & Instagram and @MichaelJSorrell on Facebook.

Hollywood Live! With Michael “Hollywood” Hernandez and co-host Shavonda “With a V” Fields, hollywoodlive.com from 2 pm-4 pm.

Meet A Black Mental Health Professional: We Are Here, hosted by Dr, Tanisha Guy & Megan Pickens, LPC-S. 7 pm-9 pm. A two-hour event will introduce you to 20 Black mental health professionals. Register: Eventbite.com. 

Salsa Wednesday at Vidorra by DJ Wander at Vidorra Dallas 2642 Main St. 7-10 pm. 

October 29

The Bare Truth with Allana J. Barefield. Live on Facebook at TexasMetroNews and blogtalkradio.com at 11 am-1 pm. Questions? Call 646-200-0459.

Continuing the Conversation Host Family Gateway.  A Zoom Panel Discussion and Q&A Session. Register: Eventbrite.com. 12-1 pm CST.

SIP and Eat with LaShante‘ “The Lifestyle Chef.” LaShante Williams,  Every Thursday at 7 pm CST on FB live and IG live and https://www.instagram.com/lashante_thelifestylechef/

Musicians In the Park.  A series of Thursday night concerts at Klyde Warren Park, 2012 Woodall Rodgers Fwy. 7-8 pm. Also streaming on https://www.facebook.com/MusicPerformanceTrustFund/

Aspire-Toast to Literacy 2020. Free Online Event. Register: https://one.bidpal.net/toasttoliteracy. 7 pm.

SoulJazz Thursday Under The Stars feat. Natural Change at 813 Sandaga, 813 Exposition Ave 8:00 pm-12:00 am Bring your own lawn chairs and come enjoy the sounds of Natural Change under the stars. Food Truck, BBQ, Hookahs, and Cigars. Doors open at 8 pm. There is limited seating available. More info: visit www.sandaga813.com or email info@sandaga813.com.

October 30

The Valder Beebe Show on kkvidfw.com 9 am CST. Guest: April Reign, the activist who coined the hashtag #OscarSoWhite 

DART: Looking for Marketing/Advertising Agency of Record Deadline: Friday, October 30th. DART invites Marketing Advertising agencies to apply for the new DART Agency of Record contract. Visit the Supplier Portal to apply. Insert the Reference # (2056764) under “Services.” Contact: 214-749-2701 or Psupport@dart.org. Website: https://suppliers.dart.org

From Marva with Love with Marva Sneed Live on Facebook at TexasMetroNews and blogtalkradio.com at 11 am-1 pm. Questions? Call 646-200-0459. 

Friendship-West Presents Spiritual Care hosted by Be Made Whole Counseling Center. Fridays. Spiritual Care of our souls helps to encourage us through difficult times. 1:00 pm CDT via Zoom: Click the link below and make sure you enter the access code. https://zoom.us/j/8567036848? Access Code: 856 703 6848. 

October 31

Mountain View Church Of Christ’s Free Groceries Drive-Thru: 7979 E. R.L. Thornton Fwy, 9 am-noon. 

46th Annual Harambee Festival: 10 am-6 pm; Martin Luther King Center, 2922 MLK Blvd, 75215. Harambee means “Let’s pull together.” This year’s theme is “Seeing the Future of Our Children.” Masks required for all in-person visits. Drive-through giveaways start at 10 am. Walk-ups welcomed. Watch on Facebook Live for music, poetry, culture: @HarambeeDallas. Contact: 214-533-2054. Website: www.harambeedallas.org.

A Message For You, “The Stimulus Show” Live on Facebook at TexasMetroNews and blogtalkradio.com at 11 am-1 pm. Questions? Call 646-200-0459.

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