Assassination City Calendar Party, Plus…

ROLLERSKATES, BRUISES AND BEER: We can't decide if running into one of these roller derby darlings in a dark alley would be a good or bad thing. These hot mamas might look sweet, but they'll tear you apart on the track. Roll into The Bone for the annual Assassination City Roller Derby Calendar Release Party. Load up on $4 shots of Tuaca, SoCo and Jager or $1.75 wiggly Jell-O shots, then attempt to talk Calypso Crash into a $5 roller derby wedding. Saturday, 8 p.m.

FREE AT LAST: Celebrate the end of the man holding us down prohibition at one of the craftiest cocktail makers in town. Victor Tango's is offering up French 75s, Bees Knees, Whisky Sours, and other vintage drinks for just 77 cents each at their Repel Day Party taking place tonight and tomorrow night. We smell a taxi ride. 5-7 p.m.

SHOPPING IN SOUTH LAMAR: The Dallas Flea is rounding up Etsy favorites and other crafty vendors in one spot for you to shop. Sift through cool, chunky necklaces from Sabrina K., unique clothing must-haves from ReWeRKed, and try not to knock anyone over on your quest to find this necklace from f. is for frank. $5, Artist's Corner at South Side on Lamar, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

FESTIVUS FOLLIES: The Lakewood Theater has been hosting monthly burlesque events with Pin Curl Magazine and Viva Dallas Burlesque, but they took a break last month to gear up for their big holiday extravaganza. Patti Le Plae Safe will host tonight's show featuring performances by local favorites Angi B. Lovely and Angela Ryan. Along with games and pictures with Santa, be prepared for raffle prizes and local vendors selling handmade items. Proceeds benefit Home for the Holidays, and purchasing advance tickets is suggested. $22, Doors open at 8 p.m.

FAIR PARK HOLIDAY: You've had just enough time to digest your State Fair of Texas food so it's time to head back for more. Ring in the holidays with shopping, fireworks, a giant tree lighting ceremony, live music and entertainment, and a performance by the Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s Junior Dance Academy. Stuff your face with fried cheesecake bites, funnel cake sticks, corn dogs, and Frito pies. Fair Park, Free, Take the Dart or pay $10 for parking, Saturday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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