Past Event

Location Info:

Klyde Warren Park
2012 Woodall Rodgers Freeway
Dallas, TX  75201
Have you looked at the moon, lately? I mean really looked at it? And not just because your significant other called you while traveling and said, “You look up, and I’ll look up and we’ll both be seeing the same thing,” because they saw that in a movie once and thought it was cute? You’ll have your chance Saturday when the Crow Collection of Asian Art celebrates Otsukimi, a Japanese festival dating back to the Heian period (794-1185), when aristocrats would celebrate autumn by reading poetry under the full moon. The festival goes up in Klyde Warren Park (2012 Woodall Rodgers Freeway) on Oct. 15 every year, and attendees this Saturday will be treated to an outdoor picnic, calligraphy workshops, a tea ceremony, ikebana demonstrations, haiku poetry, Japanese music and dance, a rabbit petting zoo and more. Admission is free, but ramen and bento boxes will be available for purchase, so bring cash if you’re hungry. Find more info at


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