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for Thu., May 9
  • 2nd Annual Onewheel Festival

    Hey there, fellow riders! Are you ready to experience an ultimate Onewheel extravaganza? Well, you're in luck because the Biggest Onewheel Camping Music Food Truck Festival in Texas is here to blow your mind! Get ready for an epic week filled with thrilling Onewheel adventures, delicious food, awesome tunes, and the coolest Onewheel camping experience you've ever had.
    Apr. 11-14  
    Austin, Texas
  • ABC Kite Fest

    ABC Kite Fest is back! The beloved Austin festival returns for its 96th edition! Austinites and their families will be able to enjoy fun, all-ages activities at this year’s festival, including special activity areas for children and pets, children’s concert series MossFest and the Kite Contest and Showcase.
    Sun. Apr. 14, 10am-5pm  
    Zilker Park
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  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Creating Encuentros: Changarrito 2012–2024

    Traveling in Mexico, you frequently encounter changarritos – portable food carts or tienditas run by hardworking entrepreneurs. The carts usually operate outside of any formal regulation and, in that way, mirror the resilience and creativity of Mexican culture. In 2005, artist Máximo González appropriated the concept of the changarrito as a way for artists to take their work directly to the people. The idea came to Austin’s venerable Mexic-Arte Museum in 2012, with dozens of artists displaying art and interacting with the public outside the Downtown gallery. The concept is back and will run through August. – Brant Bingamon
    Through August 25
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Molly Sydnor’s “After the Rain Part I”

    A piece of Dallas artist Molly Sydnor lives in Austin this spring thanks to “After the Rain Part I,” a Big Medium pop-up exhibition of bright textiles. Like a touchable rainbow, the multicolor weavings run ceiling-to-floor in a tiny room of the arts organization’s South Congress Avenue gallery space. The claustrophobic container may “evoke anxiety,” the artist notes, but for Sydnor, the act of weaving is a meditative process. Catch the display from 7 to 9pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays, or weekends from 11am to 4pm. – Carys Anderson
    Through May 12
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