Bastille on Bishop
What: Channel your inner Francophone with crepes, wine tastings, petanque courts, mimes, accordions, and French maid relays (yes, really).
Why: Neighborhood chefs compete to cook the best mussels.
When: Sat., 7-11 p.m.
Where: Bishop Arts District, N. Bishop Ave., at Davis St., Oak Cliff.
Coming to My Senses
What: A memoir ($16) about falling in love — with perfume.
Why: Austin author Alyssa Harad’s descent into the world of fragrance leads to more than just her smelling good.
When: You want to follow your nose.
Where: Available at amazon.com.
What: The Top Chef Masters winner and man behind NYC’s Red Rooster Harlem comfort food refuge signs his new autobiography, Yes, Chef. Copies are for sale on-site.
Why: Read it while you drink a cocktail by the same name.
When: Tues., 4-6 p.m.
Where: Central Market, 5750 E. Lovers Ln. (214-234-7000). Register ($20) online at centralmarket.com.
What: Attend the launch of the new fitness apparel line ($22-$220) meant to be worn to Pilates or a museum playdate available by private party or later this summer via a mobile truck named Trixie.
Why: Mingle with the local designer, Abi Ferrin, who is slashing prices on her spring/summer styles.
When: Thurs., noon-8 p.m.
Where: Receive Wellness Lounge, 1430 Dragon St., ste. 21.
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