Check out these 11 events happening in February and March in Richardson.

22nd annual Texas Guitar Competition and Festival

The competition showcases classical guitar students and will award over $8,000 in cash prizes to the winners. The three-day event will feature students competing and attending master classes and concerts by internationally recognized guitarists.
  • Feb. 29-March 2, various times
  • Free
  • The University of Texas at Dallas, 800 W. Campbell Road, Richardson
The Last Knife Fighter

Texas-born songwriter and poet The Last Knife Fighter will perform at Six Springs Tavern. The artist is known for his unique voice and writing style.Tasting Tea: a Creative and Sensory Experience with Cher Kaufmann

Attendees will have the opportunity to taste and discuss different teas and their effect on creativity with a coloring workshop hosted by author and artist Cher Kaufmann.The Hi-Jivers with Justin Pickard & The Thunderbird Winos

Four-piece rock 'n' roll/rhythm and blues band The Hi-Jivers will perform with Justin Pickard & the Thunderbird Winos.'Jackie'

This play follows former first lady Jackie Kennedy as she receives word of her brother-in-law Robert Kennedy’s assassination on June 5, 1968.
  • March 9, 2 p.m., 8 p.m.; March 10, 2 p.m.
  • $38-$64
  • Eisemann Center, 2351 Performance Drive, Richardson
Paint by numbers

This workshop will allow participants to create their own artwork with a paint-by-numbers kit. Attendees can enjoy a relaxing morning with soft music and painting. This event is for adults only.'Sammy: Celebrate the Legacy'

Performer David Hayes will perform many of the songs made famous by Sammy Davis Jr., including “Once in a Lifetime,” “Old Black Magic” and more.'One Night in Memphis'

The Eisemann Center will host this critically acclaimed tribute to recording artists Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Elvis Presley. The show will feature 90 minutes of rockabilly, country, gospel and 1950’s rock 'n' roll.'Cenicienta: A Bilingual Cinderella Story'

This play tells the story of Belinda, a 10-year old budding poet. When Belinda gets stuck in the basement while preparing for a party hosted by her stepmother and stepsisters, she must learn to stand up for herself.'Things My Mother Taught Me'

This play tells the story of Olivia and Gabe, who are moving into their first apartment together. Things get complicated when all of their parents show up to help with the move.Movie matinee: 'The Super Mario Bros. Movie'

The Richardson Public Library is hosting an afternoon of fun with a screening of "The Super Mario Bros. Movie." The film is rated PG, and tickets will be available at the Youth Services Help Desk one hour before the show starts.