Make the most of March and check out one or more of these events in Richardson. From celebrating Saint Patrick's Day to learning with a local historian, there is something everyone can enjoy.

March 4 | Listen to an Austin-based female-led band at Six Springs Tavern

The Six Springs Tavern is hosting the Texas-based Patrice Pike Band March 4. After getting her start as the front woman for the band Sister Seven. Pike developed a solo career mixing rock and soul, and becoming the youngest member of the Austin/Texas Music Hall of Fame in 2007, according to the event’s description. Pike will be joined by special guest Ronda Ray, who released a new album in 2022.
  • Show starts at 8 p.m.
  • $12.50-$120.
  • Six Springs Tavern, 147 N. Plano Road, Richardson.
  • 469-917-3040.
March 12 | Rock out at a Neil Diamond tribute concert

The Charles W. Eisemann Center will host the Sweet Caroline Tour March 12, which has been called the world's most authentic Neil Diamond concert celebration, starring singer Jay White, according to the event’s description.

White and the Sweet Caroline Tour Band will pay homage to Neil Diamond by performing the hits of the native New Yorker, according to the event’s description.

“Neil’s kindness and acceptance has always been greatly appreciated,” White said in the event’s description. “Now, more than ever, I will continue to pay homage, through each and every performance, to the man who has meant so much to so many for so long, especially me.”

As an artist, Diamond has sold more than 130 million records worldwide, according to Universal Music Enterprises. Hits for Diamond include “Sweet Caroline,” "Longfellow Serenade,” "If You Know What I Mean" and “Heartlight.”March 13 | Try your hand at a calligraphy workshop

The CityLine Plaza is hosting a calligraphy workshop for beginners March 13. The workshop is designed as an introduction to modern calligraphy with a pointed dip pen and ink, covering all the basics for creating mail, wedding paper goods and home decor, according to the event’s description. The class includes 1.5 hours of instruction, a beginner’s calligraphy kit, which includes two nibs, a black ink pot, two letter guides, tracing paper and a straight pen holder. Various paper goods to practice on will also be provided. According to the event’s description, food and drinks are BYOB.March 16 | Dive into Richardson history with local historian

Local History Librarian Stacey Davis is leading a Richardson history presentation at the Richardson Public Library March 16. The event will highlight each decade of Richardson’s history with activities and fun facts. Attendees will receive a commemorative 150th Anniversary button. The event is designed for all ages, but is geared toward students in grades 3-5, according to the event’s description. The presentation will take place in the First Floor Program Room.March 18 | Learn Magic: The Gathering at the Richardson Public Library

The Richardson Public Library is hosting a class March 18 that is focused on teaching residents about the card game Magic: the Gathering. In the class, residents will learn about the real-world history of the card game along with the in-game lore, the mechanics of the game and how to actually play, according to the event’s description. Online registration, which opened Feb. 18, is required.March 19 | Celebrate St. Patrick's Day at the Eisemann Center

The Eisemann Center is hosting an Irish celebration on St. Patrick's Day, March 19, with a performance by the Celtic Angels during their American tour. Headed by a creative team direct from Ireland, the show features award-winning Irish singers, dancers and musicians.March 31-April 16 | Attend a performance of Driving Miss Daisy

The Richardson Theatre Centre is hosting performances of the play “Driving Miss Daisy” March 31- April 15. The play is about Daisy Wertham, an elderly Southern widow, who is forced to rely on a Black man to get her from one place to the next, which leads to analyzing the prejudices and insecurities in the South during the 20th century.Want to add an event to the calendar? Find more or submit Richardson events at Event organizers can submit local events online to be considered for the print edition. Submitting details for consideration does not guarantee publication.