Monday's game (June 25) has a Stranger Things theme. During Fitness in the Park (June 26) game-goers are encouraged to walk 10 laps around the ballpark, starting at 6pm. Wednesday (June 27) is Superhero Night. And they'll have fireworks after the game on July 3 in celebration of Independence Day.
Vs. Omaha: Mon.-Thu., June 25-28. Vs. Colorado Springs: Fri.-Tue., June 29-July 3. $7-16.
Chameleon Companies – the hospitality firm behind Wu Chow, Swift's Attic, and Guild – have concocted a cocktail to celebrate Pride Month. All Pride Punch proceeds will be donated to the Trevor Project – the 24/7 suicide hotline for queer youth. (Wu Chow: lunch M-F, Sunday brunch, and nightly dinners. Guild: nightly dinners, no service Sunday. Swift's Attic: lunch M-F, Sunday brunch, nightly dinners.)
Do you know someone who is still rockin' it at or after 60? Connected Senior Care Advantage is searching for a dozen inspirational adults ages 60-69 that are "healthy in mind and body and are contributing to Austin in some way." The winners will be selected by a panel of celebrity judges and included in a calendar photo shoot.
Seventy years after the luxury liner sank in the Atlantic more than 150 items from the wreck were brought up from the ocean floor and brought together for this fascinating show. Timed tickets are required.
Social Cycling Austin presents Bikin' Betties, a weekly, beginner-friendly, all-ladies bike ride that ends with drink specials and fun activities (karaoke, mini-golf, outdoor movies, etc.) Along the way, bond with other two-wheelin' ladies. Join the Facebook group for ride details.
During Thursday's Council meeting (Item 27), the dais will accept feedback from residents on the bond package facing voters this November. Those interested must complete an electronic registration form in person at the kiosks located in the City Hall lobby, registration opens Monday, June 25, through Thursday morning.
This is a showcase for Impact Hub's Workforce Development Accelerator program, in which nine teams have spent three months creating solutions to Austin's workforce challenges. Here's your chance to see what they came up with.
Pro soccer stadium and Precourt Sports Ventures supporters are seeking letters from community members urging City Council to vote in support of allowing PSV "to build a privately funded stadium and soccer park at McKalla Place and bring Austin’s first major league professional sports team" to town. If you support, sign online.
Sea turtle nesting season on the Texas coast has officially begun. If you see a sea turtle heading for the dunes, a nest, or even the distinctive tracks, call the hotline so a trained volunteer can protect the site.
She Talks is an ongoing discussion-based personal and professional development series. This time, experts and community members will discuss as well as identify solutions for the lack of representation for women of color. All genders are welcome.
Gender Unbound (returning for year three on Sept. 29-30) is looking for trans and intersex artists looking to share their work at this year's festival. Artists from across the globe are encouraged to submit (they offer some travel assistance too)! Details under submission. See our coverage of the fest here.
Central Health Enterprise and the Central Texas Food Bank will provide Travis County low-income families a healthy, free lunch every weekday for 11 weeks, beginning June 4. A weekend take-home food bag will be available on Fridays.
June 4-Aug. 24. Mon.-Fri., 11am-1pm
Central Health Southeast Health & Wellness Center, 2901 Montopolis
The third annual Topgolf Tour is coming to Austin on Sept. 23. Play for a chance to win $50,000 and a ticket to the championship in Las Vegas. New this year is a military division, open to active duty and veteran members of the U.S. Armed Forces.
This active fundraiser benefits Flatwater Foundation, a local nonprofit providing mental health services for cancer patients and their families. Participants travel a 21-mile course from Mansfield Dam on Lake Austin to Tom Miller Dam (Hula Hut) on stand-up paddleboards.
Lisa Davis captured history. Her photography, memorializing Austin's lesbian and queer music scene of the Nineties, is on exhibit at the Austin History Center. Don't miss this moment. Read our review on the show.
The city's flagship Pride celebration starts off with the fest at Fiesta Gardens then flows into neon nighttime parade rolling from the Capitol all the way down Congress to 4th Street. Peeping the parade is free, but you gotta pay to enter the fest for its multitude of entertainers. Snag yours now.
Charles MacInerney teaches classes all over town but also offers private instruction and hosts retreats. Once a month for 18 years, he has also hosted Full Moon Yoga – a free outdoor yoga class. Go online for location and time details.