The site is now the Sixth Floor Museum. The privately operated museum has exhibits about the assassination and is hosting a series of talks by individuals connected to the events of that day, including authors of several new books; 411 Elm St., http://www.jfk.org .
-Memorial ceremony: On Nov. 22, church bells will toll citywide at 12:25 p.m., followed by a moment of silence at 12:30 p.m., the time of the shooting. Events in Dealey Plaza will include Pulitzer Prize-winning historian David McCullough reading JFK speeches, a performance by the U.S. Naval Academy Men's Glee Club, a military flyover and prayers. Public viewing screens will be set up around the city to broadcast the event for members of the public who were not among the 5,000 lucky enough to get tickets, http://50thhonoringjohnfkennedy.com/ .
-Other local sites connected to the assassination: Love Field airport (where JFK landed in Dallas and where Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson was sworn in as president to replace him); Parkland Hospital (where Kennedy was taken and where Oswald died after being shot by Jack Ruby); and a marker in the Oak Cliff neighborhood at 10th and Patton streets where Oswald shot a police officer, J.D. Tippit. A 99-cent app, ''JFK in Dallas 50,'' offers an interactive map of Dallas, video and images related to the shooting, https://itunes.apple.com/app/jfk-in-dallas-50/id694762432?mt=8 .
-Dallas LOVE Project: Dallas was branded the ''City of Hate'' after the killing. Some 30,000 works of art reflecting on Dallas as a city of love are going up around town this fall to mark the anniversary, http://dallasloveproject.is/ .
-JFK Tribute: This sculpture of Kennedy in Fort Worth marks the spot where JFK spoke the morning of Nov. 22 to crowds gathered outside his hotel, now the Fort Worth Hilton, http://www.jfktribute.com/ .
-Amon Carter Museum of American Art: Through Jan. 12, the museum hosts ''Hotel Texas: An Art Exhibition for the President and Mrs. John F. Kennedy,'' which includes a Picasso and other works of art that were originally loaned by local collectors for a display in the hotel suite where the Kennedys spent the night before his assassination, http://www.cartermuseum.org/ .
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