World of Beer, Arlington – 5 p.m. – Glass Giveaway and Randall Night featuring Rahr & Sons. Get free glassware with your purchase of Bucking Bock, or try Ugly Pug randallized with habanero peppers.
Something that can help benefit you is to take your paper statements after they all have been shredded and recycle it. You can get some money from some recycling buy back services. Are you can burn them, knowing that the information that was on them is destroyed. Electronic forms can be recovered even after they have been deleted.
OK, we have a good time and my lady is wiped out! We walked a lot in the heat! Off we go to travel home. This time we ride the way we prefer, slow and easy. We take just about the same route that i took the day before with my brother, but in Warren we take yet another path out. We stayed on route 25 all the way to Haverhill to route 10. We travel up 10 to Woodsville and merge with route 302. We take that back to Littleton and then onto route 135! Yes the same route 135 we traveled yesterday in the Southern part of the state! This takes us to Dalton, Nh. We then cross the river to VT. And continue through Gilman to Lunenburg and home.
I will be reviewing a number of these plays and the task is daunting. I don’t mind however because I know Dallas is indeed a hub for cutting edge theater even if the rest of the country doesn’t realize it yet.
North of Dallas you will find fun free things do to as well. Head to the Watters Creek at Montgomery Farm in Allen, Tx. Each month they have a different free weekly event during the summer such as “Live on the Green”, featuring different musical groups from 7pm-9:30 Fridays, Movie on the Green Thursdays or Yoga on the green Saturdays. Visit their website under special events for a calendar of current happenings.
The Door is located at 2513 Main St. in traveling man It’s a destination intended primarily for the younger teen set, but is considered all-ages, and permits no alcohol or smoking to keep the venue safe for young people. The Door will be moving into the Gypsy Tea Room location, which has closed its doors for business. Doors open at 7:30, and the first band plays at 8:00. They show acts such as Green River Ordinance from Fort Worth, Texas, Gasoline Heart from Winter Park, Florida and Goodbye Tomorrow from Phoenix, Arizona.
Curtain Club, on 2800 Main St., has fantastic live music, featuring mostly local artists with the occasional nationally famous acts, such as Canadian rock band Nickelback, “The King of the Surf Guitar” Dick Dale, and alternative rock artist Henry Rollins. Hours are Wednesday through Sunday, from 9:00 pm to 2:00 am.