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    Austin Remembers MLK

    This interactive app-based exhibit offers photos from MLK's civil rights meetings with LBJ and audio speeches from the Austin Area Heritage Council’s MLK Oratory competition, plus special Six Square mini-docs of Austin’s African-American community. Discover for yourself at three different locations: the MLK statue at UT's East Mall, the south steps of the Capitol, and the George Washington Carver Museum.
    Jan. 21-Feb. 28. Free.
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    Altatudes Hearts and Handbags

    The East Austin boutique is asking for handbag donations to help underserved youth in the area for the giveback initiative slated for Feb. 9. Open thy closet and see if there's anything that no longer sparks joy.
    Taking donations through Feb. 1. The event takes place Feb. 9, 2-4pm. Free.
    Altatudes, 1717 E. 12th
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    Austin Girls' Choir Placement Auditions

    Austin Girls' Choir welcomes new singers ages 8-18. Placement auditions are for all levels. The choir sings a broad range of genres, mostly in 3- or 4-part harmony.
    Weekends through Feb. 24. $25.
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    Civic Events

    First Saturdays

    A day for the community to explore and learn about the local Black diaspora.
    Sat., Feb. 2, noon-4pm. Free.  
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    Free Meditation Classes

    All ages welcome at this Sahaja yoga meditation, which will help reduce stress and increase wellness.
    Saturdays, 10:30am. Free.
    North Austin Business Center, 8711 Burnet Rd. Ste. A-12
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    Haven Street-Allen Award Nominations

    This award honors an artist with a disability in Texas who, through a one-time creative act or a substantial record of achievement, embodies the spirit and vision of VSA Texas. Nominations are open to any artist with a disability over the age of 16 years in any discipline including visual art, dance, music, performance, craft, and writing.
    Through Feb. 28. Free.
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    Out of Town

    Kerrville Renaissance Festival

    Return to the days of knights and maidens to enjoy music, magic, and the bountiful harvest of the realm.
    Fri.-Sun., Jan. 25-27; Sat.-Sun., Feb. 2-3. Free.
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    Out of Town

    Lunar New Year

    Ring in the Year of the Pig with a celebration of entertainment and food.
    Fri.-Sun., Jan. 25-27, Feb. 1-3. Free.
    Grand Prairie
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    SoCo Select Farmers & Makers Market

    Because you like it local, because you like it good.
    Saturdays, 11am-5pm
    1511 S. Congress
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    Special Olympics Statewide Winter Games

    Athletes of all ages from all across the state will converge in the capital city for the 26th annual Winter Games, a series of statewide competitions in bowling, powerlifting, and volleyball. (Note: Volunteers are needed! No prior experience required.)
    Thu.-Sun., Jan. 31-Feb. 3. Free.  
    Various locations
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    Valentine's Flea at Still Whiskey

    Shop local handmade items and vintage wares. There will be live music, and all proceeds will go to Blue Dog Rescue.
    Sat., Feb. 2. Free.  
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    Out of Town

    Vintner Dinner Series

    Tickets have gone on sale for the 5-course dinners designed specifically to highlight the flavors of featured Texas-made wines.
    Jan. 19-Feb. 23. $70 per person.
    Blair House Inn, Wimberley
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    Downtown Ghost Tours

    offer nooks-and-crannies walking tours that spotlight the dead to bring Austin's history and geography to life.
    Fri.-Sat., 8pm
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    Emancipet Free Days

    This mobile spay/neuter clinic might be in your neighborhood today. Check www.emancipet.org to find out.
    Fri.-Sat., check-in begins 8am (first come, first served). Free.
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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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