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Thursday 21

PEASE DISTRICT PARK MASTER PLAN MEETING Help draft the long-range vision for the preservation of the historic parkland. 6-8pm. Lamar Senior Activity Center, 2874 Shoal Crest. Free.

TEXAS WATER JOURNAL FORUM Quench your intellectual thirst with a discussion on the Prop. 6 vote and the next legislative session. 7pm. University of Texas Liberal Arts, 512/471-4141. Free. www.utexas.edu.

Saturday 23

WOMEN AND FAIR TRADE FESTIVAL Women affected by globalization share stories and sell handmade goods. 10am-6pm. The Old School, 1604 E. 11th, 512/474-2399. Free. jcastillo@atcf.org.

TEXAS NORML AND THE NORML WOMEN'S ALLIANCE FAMILY PICNIC AND TOUR OF THE CAPITOL BUILDING Meet at the south lawn for a picnic and a discussion about changing Texas drug laws. noon-3pm. Texas State Capitol, 1100 Congress, 512/305-8400. Free. www.tspb.state.tx.us.

PHONE BANK WITH WENDY Meet Wendy Davis while drumming up support for her gubernatorial campaign. noon-4pm. TBA. Free.

PLENTY INTERNATIONAL BENEFIT Support economic self-sufficiency and cultural integrity in Central America. 7-10pm. 211 W. Live Oak. Free. tomas_heikkala@yahoo.com.

Sunday 24

WOMEN AND FAIR TRADE FESTIVAL Women affected by globalization share stories and sell handmade goods. 10am-6pm. The Old School, 1604 E. 11th, 512/474-2399. Free. jcastillo@atcf.org.

AUSTIN EMPTY BOWL PROJECT Fight hunger by purchasing a handmade bowl filled with soup from Austin's finest restaurants. 11am-3pm. The Marchesa Hall & Theatre, 6406 N I-35, 512/454-2000. $20 per bowl. www.themarchesa.com.

OBAMACARE HELP FROM NUN ON THE BUS Sister J.T. Dwyer answers questions about the Affordable Care Act. Call it divine intervention. 1pm. Faith Presbyterian Church, 1314 E. Oltorf. Free.