Pay tribute to the women who shaped Austin.
Learn the nuts and bolts of local government.
Info session on the property appraisal system. 2-4pm. Free.
East Side Church of Christ, 5701 E. MLK
Every fourth Saturday, the AAUE offers a workshop covering home-purchasing, mortgage-securing, and money management. Classes fill up quickly, so call to get on the waiting list. Personalized sessions are available. 10am-4pm.
Get a jump on the Fourth of July with this event, which features amusement rides, art vendors, live music, and of course, fireworks. 4pm. Free.
Hill Country Galleria, 12700 Hill Country Blvd., Bee Cave, 512/263-0001
It’s that time of year again, weirdos, with the only festival where a twerking zombie and a hippie caveman are social norms. This is a race we can get behind, because no one cares who wins and the focus is on drinking. Bands and businesses are littered throughout the three or so miles of costumed zaniness. Stop for a slice of pizza and a shot of vodka, puke it up around mile two, and then go for some Amy's Ice Creams. Be the fun. 2-10pm. $20-75.
Join the folks at Nest as they celebrate their tenth anniversary with food, fun, burlesque dancers, and Akina Adderly and the Vintage Playboys. Sounds like they know how to party! 7pm. Free.
Nest, 1009 W. Sixth, 512/637-0600
Quality of life conversation marking Juneteenth. 1-5pm. Free.
2951 W. 14th, 512/479-9890
Come out and support the veterans and their families in this parade sponsored in part by East Austin Veterans, El Concilio, and LULAC Texas District 12. 8am. Free.
Fiesta Gardens, 2101 Jesse E. Segovia St., 512/576-7805
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.