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    18th Annual Grape Stomp

    Stompin on those grapes is free, but you can purchase a T-shirt with your own juicy footprint on it. There will also be lots of vendors and live music.
    Sat.-Sun., Aug. 18-19 & 25-26. Free.
    Texas Hills Vineyard, 878 Ranch Road 2766, Johnson City
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    2018 gAyTX Sports Fair

    A gaggle of gay sports teams are about to descend on OCH and it's gonna be hotter than a wet towel in steam room. A sweet way to learn about the teams looking for fresh meat. You can thank therepubliq for this shindig, now in its eighth year.
    Sun., Aug. 26, 3-6pm. Free.  
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    8 Ball Aitken

    Sun., Aug. 26, 3pm
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    Events

    A Natural Undertaking in Texas

    Join the Modern Mortician for a full-day conference on alternative death care, including home funerals, green burials, and death doulas.
    Sun., Aug. 26, 10am-6pm. $55.  
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    AAC Summer Camp for Shelter Dogs

    The Austin Animal Center needs foster parents for its summer camp program to give dogs a break from the shelter life. You don't have to have foster experience, but they do ask that you sign on for two weeks.
    Pickup is open Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays, 11am-7pm. Free.  
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    Ana Popovic

    Sun., Aug. 26, 7pm
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    Sports

    Anarchy Championship Wrestling: Distrust, Dismay & Antisocial Behavior

    Austin's indie pro wrestling org presents: "Immortal" Jason Silver vs. "The Megastar" Angel Blue in the Heavyweight Championship Match; plus a Total Anarchy Grudge Match with the Hooligans and Smurf & Turf, a tag team match, and much more.
    Sun., Aug. 26, 5:30-10pm. $12-15.
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    Civic Events

    Apply for PARK(ing) Day

    Join the annual Park(ing) Day celebration – where folks transform parkings space into temporary "parklets" to promotes public conversation on the need for public, open spaces in urban areas. Applications to make your own mini park are due Sept. 17. Email for additional information.
    Apply by Sept. 17. Free.  
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    Visual Arts

    Art Institute of Austin: Five Perspectives of Portraiture

    Showcasing five students’ outstanding work in photography, focusing on each student’s representation of: commercial or fine art portraits and their cultural significance.
    Sat.-Sun., Aug. 25-26, 5-9pm
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    Visual Arts

    Art on 5th: Paul Stankiewicz

    After 20 years in advertising design, animation, and video game development, this local artist is best known for his iconic Austin scenes and neon sign paintings; his latest series combines characters and text pulled from brightly colored food packaging.
    Through Sept. 9. Free, but RSVP.  

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