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  • Trailer Food Tuesdays

    The Long Center presents Trailer Food Tuesdays, a part of All Summer Long at the Long Center. Join them for live music (feat. Annabelle Chairlegs & the Selfless Lovers), fun, and the best food trucks Austin has to offer!
    Tue., July 17, 5-9pm
    Long Center for the Performing Arts
  • 22nd Annual Austin Chamber Music Festival

    Promises three weeks of unexpected delights from international stars, Internet sensations, and local favorites. Don't miss a late-Beethoven performance by Grammy winners Emerson String Quartet, pop and classical hits by Brooklyn Duo, a live film score by invoke, and more.
    July 6-22  
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  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Jimmy LaFave: Searching for Peace Town

    Celebrate the late, great singer-singwriter at the debut exhibit of his photography: This is the first time LaFave's road, travel, and music shots will be shared with the public.
    Through March 31
  • Food

    Food Events

    Nature Conservancy Annual Luncheon

    We're going to suggest that few things are more delicious – whether they're from the good kitchens of the JW Marriott or elsewhere – when you know that the price of the meal is going to benefit an organization that maintains 38 ecologically important preserves and conservation projects statewide and has saved nearly 1 million acres of land and water in Texas. That organization is The Nature Conservancy of Texas, and they're not just convening for chit-chat and self-congrats among an array of tasty noontime noms here: This luncheon features a vivid presentation by National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore, as he takes the audience into his ambitious Photo Ark project that was started 11 years ago. To date, Sartore has captured more than 7,500 images of wildlife, putting him over half way to reaching his goal of documenting 12,000 unique species. Today, you can get the ultimate insider's view of that project, and eat a fine lunch, and learn more about the Nature Conservancy – while helping support, in a small but important way, the very life of what is (after all) the only planet we've got.
    Tue., March 20, 11:30am. $150.  
  • Community

    Sports

    Rodeo Austin

    Cattle-roping and bull-riding, livestock contests, carnival fun, and kid-friendly events are just a few of the things putting you in a countrified mood. Tracy Lawrence and Ludacris are two of the many headliners. Go online for a complete list of events or to buy tickets and just follow the big, gleaming belt buckles.
    March 10-24. Fairgrounds, $8 ($5, kids); carnival, $35 (includes fairground); rodeo & concert: $20-175 (includes fairground).  
  • Community

    Civic Events

    Free Therapy Services in Wake of Bombing

    YWCA is offering the Austin community free therapy services to deal with loss or shock in the wake of recent bombings. Group sessions available at times listed. For individual and/or family services call 512/326-1222. Evening and daytime appointments available, Mon.-Sat. English and Spanish services, other languages as requested.
    Wed., March 21, noon & 6pm. Free.
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  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Man on Wire (2008)

    Talking Pictures: A discussion follows the screening about this high wire act.
    Tue., March 20, 6:00  
  • Community

    Sports

    UT Baseball

    Vs. Sam Houston State: Tue., March 20, 6:30pm. $7-25.  
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