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It’s The End Of The Year As We Know It

You’ve made it through the busiest part of the holiday season and the end is finally in sight. Wind down in style with these relaxing events. Party hats and horns not necessary, but confetti is always welcome.

Jazz in the Atrium
Tonight, 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Chill out to the sounds of Ms. Brigette Rideau in the atrium of the Dallas Museum of Art before heading out to dinner or home for a movie. Or drop some acid and watch the musical notes come to life and fight like pink ninja pandas wearing edible footie pajamas. Your choice.

Dallas Museum of Art
1717 North Harwood, Dallas

Champagne Fridays
Friday, December 28, 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Find the perfect bubbly for New Year’s Eve or just to celebrate the end of the grueling three-day work week. Enjoy a flight of three varieties then sit back with your favorite bottle and watch the world float by and the waiters get cuter with every sip.

Price varies weekly: $14 to $30 for a flight of three
Grand Tastings
4430 McKinney Avenue, Dallas

Trans-Siberian Orchestra
Friday, December 28, 3 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Not to be confused with the equally talented Tranny-Antarctic Chorus. If you didn’t get your fill of the 60-piece orchestra’s heart-pounding Christmas music at every store in the city the past two months, then you’re in for a late holiday treat.

$38.50 to $49.50
American Airlines Center
2500 Victory Avenue, Dallas

Make & Take Home New Year’s Dinner for Two
Monday, December 31, 1:00 to 3:30 p.m.
Spend the afternoon whipping up a fantastic dinner then take it home to share with that special someone. It’s the perfect way to start an evening at home or provide nourishment before a long night of dancing and glug-glugging.

$110 for class and complete take-home dinner for two
Central Market Cooking School
5750 E. Lovers Lane, Dallas