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  • Pabst Sound Society

    Pabst Sound Society is coming to the Mohawk on October 27! Catch Benjamin Booker, Bully, Tele Novella and visual art from Sophie Roach. Free ticket with RSVP. Admission based on capacity.
    Sat., Oct. 27, 8pm  
    Mohawk
  • Ain't Wastin Time & Cream Cheese Accident

    Ain't Wastin' Time pays tribute to the Allman Brothers, 8pm. Cream Cheese Accident pays tribute to the String Cheese Incident, 10pm.
    Fri., Oct. 19, 8pm  
    Threadgill's World HQ
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    GR8 SK8 at Domain NORTHSIDE

    The mall turns into an outdoor glow-in-the-dark roller skating rink with music, prizes & swag, a photobooth, and a special appearance from the Texas Rollergirls. Bring your own skates, or rent a pair for a small donation.
    Sun., Nov. 4, 5-9pm. Free.  
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    House of Torment

    Step into your worst nightmare at this fright farm in North Austin. Known for its high production values and immersive scare tactics, this is one up from watching horror movies all month. New this year is an on-site tavern in case you need some liquid courage in order to face the ghoulies.
    Through Nov. 10. $20 and up.  
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    Austin Celtic Festival

    Put on your plaid and spend a weekend surrounded by the music, dance, history, and food of Ireland and Scotland. The whole shebang is highlighted by the Highland Games where large, unwieldy objects are thrown.
    Sat.-Sun., Nov. 3-4, noon-7:30pm
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    Nevermore: The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe

    Just in time to catch that spooky Halloween wave, Penfold Theatre and Doctuh Mistuh Productions reprise their version of Jonathan Christenson's "wildly theatrical musical play that combines haunting music, poetic storytelling, and stunning stagecraft to tell the life story of Edgar Allan Poe." Say, did people actually enjoy this thing the last time it was presented? Oh, we daresay.
    Oct. 25-Nov. 10. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 5pm. Extra show: Wed., Oct. 31, 8pm. $15-30.  
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    Settlement Home Charity Garage & Estate Sale

    It's the largest garage & estate sale in Texas, and there is something for everyone. Shop for vintage items, jewelry, vinyl records, antiques, furniture, art, rugs, clothing, books, electronics, sporting goods, holiday decorations, and more. All proceeds benefit the Settlement Home for Children, a nonprofit that serves children in foster care.
    Thu.-Sun., Nov. 1-4  
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    Sports

    Austin Bold FC

    The city's newly minted United Soccer League team will be hosting games at COTA starting in March 2019. Season passes are now available.
    $189 for 20-game season pass.  
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    Austin Naked Yoga for Gay Men

    A hatha meeting flow yoga class for all levels. Despite the name, all are welcome. For a longer reader see our coverage.
    Sundays, 4:30-5:30pm. Through Nov. 21. $10 and up.
    ToddPilates & Barre, 4032 S. Lamar #700
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    Out of Town

    Ayomi Yoshida Exhibition

    The Japanese artist makes her Texas debut with a large-scale multimedia exhibition that evokes a pool with flowers falling into it that complements the center’s water garden.
    Tue.-Sun., through Jan. 13. Free.
    Asia Society Texas Center, Houston
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    “Titanic: The Artifact Exhibit”

    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.
    June 2-Jan. 5
    Mayborn Museum, Waco
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    Barton Hill Farms Fall Festival

    Wander the cornfield maze, pick a pumpkin, enjoy the music and food, pet the farm animals, and revel in a day in the country.
    Sat.-Sun., through Nov. 4
    Barton Hill Farms, Bastrop
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    Fall Fun at Sweet Berry Farm

    Get down to the farm for deals on pumpkins & gourds, free hayrides, a corn maze, scarecrow stuffing, and more.
    Sept. 22-Nov. 4. Free.
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    Inside Out

    The evolution of women’s undergarments is exposed in the groundbreaking exhibit that explores what’s under the fashions of the day.
    Sept. 20, 2018-Jan. 20, 2019
    San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, San Angelo
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    Lakes, Springs, and Bridges Bicycle Tour

    Take a guided bike tour around the Butler Trail circling Lady Bird Lake. Stop to learn about Austin's historical beginnings as the city of Waterloo. Swing by the Congress Street Bridge to see the bats, and finish with a swim at Barton Springs.
    Sundays, 1pm. $49 per person, guide and bike included.
    Austin Bike Tours and Rentals, 102 W. Third
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    Neighborhood Fishing

    The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is stocking 17 locations in 16 cities, including Austin, with channel catfish throughout the summer.
    Through November. Free with fishing license.
    Various locations
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    Run for the Water: 10-Miler, 5K, and Kids K

    This event is put on by the Gazelle Foundation, a local nonprofit, and supports their goal in creating clean water systems in Africa.
    Sun., Nov. 4, 7-11am  
    Cesar Chavez Street, east of Lamar
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    Saddle Up: Texas Ranching Tradition

    This exhibition, produced by Joe Vitone and Lori Najvar, honors hardworking ranch families from Jeff Davis and Lavaca Counties, as they wrangle livestock, battle weather, and study markets to stay on the rugged landscape they love.
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    Tortoise and Hare

    A new spin on the old fable with modern music, written by Allen Robertson and Damon Brown.
    Sept. 8-Jan. 27. $18-24.  
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    VOLUME

    In an effort to preserve women's histories in Texas, #bossbabesATX and Chulita Vinyl Club will accept donations of vinyl, zines, and prints from the community. Drop off items at any upcoming #bossbabesATX event between now and Nov. 15. You can also schedule a drop-off by emailing thebabes@bossbabes.org.
    Through Nov. 15. Free.
    605 N. Edward Gary St., San Marcos
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    Civic Events

    Voter Drive

    The nonpartisan League of Women Voters is hustling to get the vote out. Grab a copy of their free voter's guide now through election day, or find a copy in our Oct. 26 issue!
    Through Tue., Nov. 6  
    Online
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    Kids

    Wake Up, Brother Bear!

    Watch Brother Bear and Sister Bear experience a full year of glorious seasons: see a waterfall melt, meet a butterfly, chase an elusive fish, and skate on an icy pond. Children are invited to join the action to help create magical moments. (Geared toward ages 6 and under.)
    Through April 21. Tue. & Thu., 10am & noon; Sun., 2pm. $10 and up.  
    ZACH North, 12129 RR 620 N. #10
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    What the Fit?!

    Pairing elements of resistance band movement, yoga, and Pilates to stabilize and stretch, What the Fit?! is adaptable to all ages, levels, and abilities.
    First Sundays, 7-8pm. Pricing is pay-what-you-can.  
    Dancers Workshop, 11150 Research #107
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    Yacht Rock Sundays

    Soft rock, delicious cocktails, and leisurely yard games.
    Sundays, 3-7pm. Free with RSVP.  
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    Zumbini Music and Movement Classes

    For kids ages 0-4, the Zumbini® program combines music, dance, and educational tools. 45-minute classes two times a week.
    Wednesdays, 9:30am & Sundays, 3pm. $15 per class.
    N'Caliente Fitness Studio, 2111 Sam Bass Rd. Ste. 100-A, Round Rock
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    Full Moon Yoga

    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.

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