Kick off Pride Week with an exhibit of Jo Ann Santangelo's "State of Denial" photo essay. Interim Superintendent Paul Cruz will deliver a statement of support, followed by a panel discussion with LGBT champions and civil rights leaders. 4-5pm. Free.
AISD Office of the Board of Trustees, 1111 W. Sixth, 512/414-1704
The Chronicle has teamed up with KUT, KXAN, Univision, and the Austin Monitor to bring you a series of 10-1 City Council candidate forums. Each forum will begin at 7pm, is free and open to the public, and will include audience participation. Those interested in attending should sign up in advance. Other forums in the series are: District 4, Sept. 17; District 5, Sept. 22; District 6, Sept. 23; District 8, Sept. 29; District 7, Oct. 2; District 9, Oct. 6; District 10, Oct. 8; Mayor, Oct. 15.7pm.
Social Cycling Austin presents Bikin' Betties, a weekly, beginner-friendly, all-ladies bike ride that ends with drink specials and fun activities (karaoke, mini-golf, outdoor movies, etc.) Along the way, bond with other two-wheelin' ladies. Join the Facebook group for ride details. Mondays, 8pm.
CAN works to collectively improve social, health, educational, and economic opportunities in the community. Those elected will be invited to serve in this volunteer, unpaid capacity for either a three-year or two-year term, beginning in Jan. 2015.
allows you or your organization to adopt one of the stops along Cap Metro's bus lines. In exchange for helping keep your stop tidy, Cap Metro will let you spruce it up (Keep Austin Beautiful will even provide landscaping tools) to reflect the personality of your neighborhood.