All manner of watercraft will be on display for your ogling (or purchasing) pleasure. Activities for kids (e.g., a live catfish tank) and adults (Army Bass Anglers) help keep things afloat. Thu.-Sun., Jan. 16-19. $8, ($4, kids).
Austin Convention Center, 500 E. Cesar Chavez, 512/404-4000
State Rep. Dawnna Dukes hosts this cleanup effort between Chicon and Springdale. Meet at J.J. Seabrook Park to get supplies and a quick snack before honoring Dr. King with your service to the community. 10am.
This pie social will include music, a student essay presentation, a pie raffle, and a pie-baking contest in addition to a pie-making demo. Bakers are invited to bring one pie to share and another for the pie contest or raffle two hours before the party starts. 5-7pm. Free.
These rockin' youngster show their newly learned chops with Funk & Reggae at 3pm and Fleetwood Mac vs. the Eagles at 5pm. On Sunday the performances switch time slots. Sat.-Sun., Jan. 18-19, 3 & 5pm. $10.
The Austin Chapter of La Chaîne des Rôtisseurs hosts this competitive cooking competitions where contestants (under the age of 27) are given ingredients and tasked with making a three-course meal in four hours. A panel of judges will decide who moves on to the regional competition. 10:30am.
Le Cordon Bleu, 3110 Esperanza Crossing #100, 866/337-9293
Habitat for Humanity now offers free, once-a-month tours of recent and past home-building sites. See how much they've accomplished, and find out what's yet to be done. Call or e-mail to reserve a seat.