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    Halloween and Dia de los Muertos

    Bethany Lutheran Pumpkin Patch

    Purchase a pumpkin and then hang out for the storytelling, coloring area, food trucks, peddling tractor course, and more.
    Through Tue., Oct. 31. Free.
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    A zombie mud run with a 3.1-mile course with zombies, mud, obstacles, contests, live music, food trucks, and more zombies. Also: you can sign up to be a zombie.
    Sat., Oct. 21
    MYLO Obstacle Fitness, 7301 Burleson Rd.
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    The Gay Place

    Austin Pride Celebration 2017

    Better late than never, and those possibly cooler temps won't make this fest any less hot. Saturday Performers include:Brooke Candy, CupcakKe, L'Trimm, Lisa Lisa, Kreayshawn, Yara Sofia, Jessica Wild, AB Soto, and lots of local loves! This year's beneficiaries include TENT and the proposed LGBTQ Center, plus Harvey Support.
    Sat., Oct. 21, noon-10pm. $17-25.  
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    Sports

    Central U.S. Knife and Tomahawk Championship

    The International Knife Throwers Hall of Fame based in Austin (who knew?) invites the whole family to see the worlds best tossers of sharpened metal go face to face. Not literally; that would be dangerous.
    Free.
    South Austin Karate, 10203 Old Manchaca Rd.
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    City Wide Garage Sale

    It's like a hundred garage sales in one. Maybe not quite as cheap.
    Sat.-Sun., Oct. 21-22. $7 (12 and under free).
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    Compost Art Contest

    Turn those food scraps into art! Tables and demos wil provide information about composting, gardening, and art. Compost materials will be provided, or you can bring your own. Kid friendly.
    Sat., Oct. 21, 1-4pm. Free, rain or shine.  
    620 Fairfield Ln., Hyde Park
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    CORE (Children of Restaurant Employees) Benefit

    Two evenings of music, food & drink benefiting CORE (Children Of Restaurant Employees) support in Houston after Hurricane Harvey. There will be a silent auction and a special event menu with 30% of food sales and $2 per drink donated to CORE.
    Sat.-Sun., Oct. 21-22
    Sat.: Opal Divine's Austin Grill, 2200 S. I-35; Sun.: Opal Divine's Marina, 12709 N. MoPac
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    Día de los Muertos

    Enjoy an afternoon of history, entertainment, food, and art. This year's theme is accordion music to honor the late Anthony Quinn Ortiz Jr with music starting at 3pm. View displays of traditional and contemporary altars, build your own, and enjoy the beauty of classic cars and more, dedicated to this iconic Mexican tradition.
    Sat., Oct. 21, 3-7pm
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    Sports

    Formula One U.S. Grand Prix

    Remember when F1 smashed into Austin in 2012, and all the maneuvering to put the U.S. Grand Prix at the end of the season, away from the hottest months? Pleasant temps and blue skies is hardly the bleak depths of winter, but it’s ideal conditions for possibly the most challenging race since the sport returned to American shores. It’s not a Grand Prix without music, and this time COTA is going with a one-two punch of Justin Timberlake and Stevie Wonder. So if fast cars or sexy backs are your thing, this weekend has got you covered.
    Fri.-Sun., Oct. 20-22  
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    Gem Capers

    Gem and mineral show featuring more than 30 vendors, demos, a silent auction, prizes, and more. This year’s theme is geodes.
    Fri.-Sun., Oct. 20-22. $8 (adults), $7 (seniors), $2 (ages 13-18), free (12 & under).
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    It's the Tits Fest

    The annual fundraiser for the Breast Cancer Resource Center will kick off at 11:30am with a yoga class. During the festival, there will be 16 beers on tap, music, pop-up markets, Oh Snap Photo Booths and a huge silent auction!
    Sat., Oct. 21, 1-10pm  
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    Texas Shred-Off

    Sixteen of Austin's best shredders will battle (guitar) neck to neck in a series of tourney style challenges for bragging rights – and the grand prize of $1,666! Thor Harris and Erica Nix host with Big Balls TX (AC/DC) and Think Lizzy (Thin Lizzy) rocking the inside stage. Proceeds benefit the Museum of Human Achievement and Fusebox.
    Sat., Oct. 21, 9pm. $10-15.  
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    Texas Stars

    The Stars are off to a solid 3-1 start as they host the San Antonio Rampage:
    Fri., Oct. 20, 7:30pm; Sat., Oct. 21, 7pm. $13-58.  
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    The Gay Place

    ToyBox: Chique's Spoopy Birthday Bash!

    Chique Fil-Atio has been dragging it out for two years! Help her celebrate with Ruby Knight, Paradox Rei, Bullimianne Rhapsody, Zane Zena, and more! Once again they're raising cash for Hops & Heroes Comics for College Scholarship Fund.
    Sat., Oct. 21, 9pm-1am. $5.  
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    UT Football

    Vs. Oklahoma State:
    Sat., Oct. 21, 11am
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    Wrestle Circus: Circus Mania

    This new wrestling promotion in town is impressing with their top-notch talent. They celebrate their one-year anniversary with Shane Strickland and Brian Cage topping the card.
    Sat., Oct. 21, 6pm. $25.  
    Texas Power Athletics, 130 Ralph Ablanedo Dr.
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