Not sure if you should be thanking or cursing Obama and his new health insurance plan? Get your questions answered and maybe even get yourself signed up. Go online for times and locations. Free.
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).
Learn about the biggest, smallest, meanest, and cutest mammals on earth using the museum's interactive exhibits. Through March 23.
Health screenings, a Q&A with health professionals, campus tours, and more events to help you see if this is the career path for you. 10am-2pm. Free.
Chronicle photographer debuts his two books documenting the Occupy Austin movement. 3-5pm. Free.
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.
Celebrate seven years of supplying local skaters with the gear and cultural know-how they need to survive. Four bands, one DJ, a miniramp on site, and live printing, all in one place. 9pm-2am. 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.
Come dressed as a wartime lady or gent and get entertained by the swingin' jazz sounds of Cats and the Canary. 8pm-2am. Free.
Various lectures, demos, and guided meditations will help you find your happy place. 9am-3:30pm. Free.
offer nooks-and-crannies walking tours that spotlight the dead to bring Austin's history and geography to life. Fri.-Sat., 8pm.
This mobile spay/neuter clinic might be in your
neighborhood today. Check www.emancipet.org
to find out. Fri.-Sat., check-in begins 8am (first come, first served). Free.
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.
Tours begin and end at 310 Comal, 472-8788 x401