Get a sense of what this center for alternative medicine can do for you. Explore their graduate and master's programs. Fri.-Sun., April 4-6. Free.
Help AACHD express the district's history, purpose of preservation, and values. Application form and FAQs available online. Free.
This day-long affair elucidates the role of food coops and the power they have in local and national politics. $50 ($25, students).
Update from ACC President Richard Rhodes and staff. 1:30-3pm.
Panels and workshops on moving toward shared prosperity. $50, $25 student.
UT Jesse Jones Communications Bldg A, 2504 Whitis
Take a stroll for a good cause, and raise funds for Polycystic Kidney Disease research. 8am. Donations appreciated.
Arbor Trails, 4301 W William Cannon Dr.
The rummage, book, and bake sale, along with concessions and fun activities for kids helps raise funds for clean water initiatives in Africa. 2-4:30pm. Free.
This is South by Southwest for vintage rides. Cut your bangs, slick your hair back, and lace up your creepers, because the swinging music and parade of low-profile hot rods is nonstop. The proper exhibition is at the Expo Center, but the party crawls all up and down South Congress. Go online for a complete schedule. Fri.-Sat., April 4-5. $15.
Take a day tour of Austin's midcentury modern homes. Educational lectures take place at various locations. Go online for more info and to buy tickets. 10am-4pm. $28.
A day for constructing dialogue and advancing social justice. 4-9pm. Free.
Get your spats and sparkly dresses out for this Gatsby-inspired gala that's raising funds for Central Texas' only school geared specifically to dyslexic children. 6pm. $150.
Whether you're a yoga teacher or just a yogi-come-lately, this class will give you insight into how it all works. 2pm. Free.
Yoga Yoga, 4477 S. Lamar #420, 512/326-2273
Walking tour of the South Central Waterfront focusing on potential future connections. Free.
One Texas Center, 505 Barton Springs Rd., 512/974-3251
Party celebrating creating a culture of water conservation in Texas. 6pm. $25.
Amala Foundation, 1006 S. Eighth
The Texas Young Farmer Coalition invites farmers and food-aficionados to schmooze and drink. 5-9pm. $10 suggested donation.
Learn the basics of self defense followed by a course in gun safety. noon-2:30pm. Free.
ATA Palacios Martial Arts 13900 N. I-35 #1, 512/294-3385
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.