Benefits, Fundraisers and Galas
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River Legacy Foundation hosts its sixth annual Sporting Clay Shoot Tournament at the Ellis County Sportsmans Club in Waxahachie. Individual: $200, team: $800. 817-860-6752, ext. 107, www.riverlegacy.org.
Meals on Wheels Inc. of Tarrant County holds its High Heels & Hot Meals fundraiser at the Fort Worth Club. Guest speaker is Dr. Janice Knebl, the nationally recognized geriatrician. $55. 817-258-6433, http://mealsonwheels.org.
Museum and Art Events
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth invites Instagram users to attend its #emptymodern INSTAMEET at 8:30 a.m. Participants will get the chance to snap pictures in the museum before it opens to the public. Free. 817-738-9215, http://themodern.org.
Led by the Noble Planetarium staff and members of the Fort Worth Astronomical Society, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History hosts a Star Party in the museum’s south parking lot. Free. 817-255-9300, http://fortworthmuseum.org.
Trinity Shakespeare Festival presents King Lear and Love’s Labour’s Lost at Texas Christian University. $10-$25. 817-257-8080, www.trinityshakes.org.
The Bruce Wood Dance Project presents a Five Year Celebration, featuring the late choreographer’s work. City Performance Hall, Dallas. $10-$100. 214-428-2263, www.brucewoodance.org.
Keller Summer Nights, events featuring concerts followed by movies, take place Thursday nights on the grounds of Keller Town Hall. Musical acts include Grady Spencer and the Work, the Chris Watson Band and the Keller Area Youth Jazz Orchestra. Free. 817-743-4000, www.cityofkeller.com.
Summer Concerts at Arlington’s Levitt Pavilion take place all season long. June acts include Sarah Jaffe, Trout Fishing in America and Rich Robinson of the Black Crowes. Most are free. 817-543-4301, http://levittpavilionarlington.org.
Presented by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Concerts in the Garden begins its 25th season at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden. This year’s lineup includes a U2 tribute band, Ricky Skaggs, Luke Wade and Pink Martini. Lawn passes: $22-$28; tables: $15-$55. Parking: $10-$25. Through July 5. 817-665-6000, www.fwsymphony.org.
Texas Christian University hosts the 2015 PianoTexas International Academy & Festival. Along with classes, there will be several public concerts, including a tribute to the late José Feghali by the TCU piano faculty. $25-$30. 817-257-7456, www.pianotexas.org.
Panther Island Pavilion’s Rockin’ the River concert series presents Prophets & Outlaws, Brandon Jenkins and Mike & the Moonpies. Free. Series runs through Aug. 13. www.pantherislandpavilion.com.
Lone Star Park at Grand Prairie continues its annual Lone Star Music Series with concerts by the Josh Abbott Band and Gary Allen. $5 before 8 p.m.; $20 after. 972-263-7223, www.lonestarpark.com/Concerts.
Amphibian Stage Productions and National Theatre Live present two broadcasts of Tom Stoppard’s The Hard Problem. Screenings are at 2 and 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. $12-$20. 817-923-3012, www.amphibianproductions.org.
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth screens the documentary Saint Laurent as part of its Magnolia at the Modern film series. $6-$9 (Sunday 11:15 show is half-price). 817-738-9215, http://themodern.org.
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The Nasher Sculpture Center’s ’Til Midnight at the Nasher presents a screening of A Fish Called Wanda at 9 p.m. Before the movie, Quiet Company will perform in concert at 7 p.m. Free. 214-242-5100, www.nashersculpturecenter.org.
In conjunction with National Theatre Live, Amphibian Stage Productions presents two broadcasts of Man and Superman. Written by Bernard Shaw, the play stars Academy Award nominee Ralph Fiennes. Screenings are at 2 and 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. $12-$20. 817-923-3012, www.amphibianstage.com.