Austin Museum Day

Austin Museum Day

As if it's not enough that 35 local museums dispense with their usual admission fees, most locations will have guided tours of exhibits and/or crafts for the kids.


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With over 300 exhibits, you're bound to find something inspiring for the big day. noon-5pm. $15.

Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton Springs Rd.


Fantastic Arcade

Fantastic Arcade

The gaming arm of the Fantastic Fest is free and open to the public. A who's-who of independent games comes out to showcase their creations with scads of custom arcade cabinets and laptops loaded with fun. Panels and tournaments are littered throughout the four-day fest. The whole shebang concludes with a Barfcade contest, awards ceremony, and closing party. See their website for a complete schedule. Check out our interview with Kyle Reimergartin and Ben Esposito to get you hyped. Thu.-Sun., Sept. 18-21. Free.

The HighBall, 1142 S. Lamar, 512/383-8309


NKF Community And Patient Seminar

Put on by the National Kidney Foundation, this event features seminars and meetings with professionals and families who have, or are at risk for developing, kidney disease. noon-4pm. $10.

Wyndham Garden Hotel, 3401 S. I-35, 877/543-6397


Sherwood Celtic Music Festival

Sherwood Celtic Music Festival

Step back in time at the village in the woods as Celtic bands play, athlete test their strength at the Highland games, and everyone enjoys the food, games, and shopping. Sat.-Sun., Sept. 19-20 & 27-28. $15 ($8, kids).

Sherwood Forest Faire, 1883 Old Hwy. 20, McDade


Shield the People Climate March

Stand with the People’s Climate March in NYC in calling for accountability from our public leaders to support climate justice. Meet on the south steps of the Capitol. The march will begin at 1:30pm. 11am.

Texas State Capitol, 1100 Congress, 512/305-8400