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    Austin Humane Society's Summer Kids' Series

    Running most Tuesdays (and a few Saturdays & Thursdays), this series aims to inspire kids to learn more and help them find ways to give back for animals in need. Rotating events include storytime, art workshops, wildlife rescue, teddy bear surgery, and outdoor movie nights.
    Through Aug. 13. Free.  
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    AI: The Power, Promise & Pragmatic Potential

    The Austin Forum on Technology and Society hosts a session on artificial intelligence (AI) software technology. Speakers will discuss the technology's growth and importance, as well as how individuals, organizations, and governments are poised to take advantage.
    Tue., June 11, 6:15-7:30pm. Free with RSVP.  
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    AIA Austin Hosts Design Talks With Zoë Ryan

    Hosted by the Austin chapter of the American Institute of Architects, this luncheon features Zoë Ryan, curator of architecture and design at the Art Institute of Chicago, who is presenting "Taking Positions: Making Exhibitions of Architecture and Design."
    Tue., June 11, 11:30am-1pm. $15-40.  
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    Art + Literature: Insect Architects

    Kick off your summer reading with one of Austin Public Library's librarians presenting Roberto: The Insect Architect, and stick around to make a work of art inspired by the book. Ideal for ages 3-5.
    Through June 25. Tuesdays, 11am-noon. Free.
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    Babywearing Barre Fitness Workout for New Moms (or Dads!)

    Bring your baby and baby carrier for a workout blending Pilates conditioning and barre fitness principles. Anyone wearing a baby (including dads, nannies, grandparents, and other caregivers) is welcome, as are those expecting one.
    June 11-July 2. Tuesdays, noon-12:45pm. $45 for four weeks.  
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    Bike Nights at COTA

    This program allows cyclists to bike around the circuit, giving you the opportunity to experience the 3.4-mile, 20-turn racetrack at your own pace.
    Tuesdays through June 25. $10-20.  
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    Civic Events

    BizAid Business Orientation

    An overview of how to open a small business (or re-evaluating during growth).
    Tue., June 11, 11am-12:30pm. Free.  
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    Brown State of Mind University

    BSOM University offers a six-course roster of classes centered around cultural contributions of minority groups in America and around the world, from poetry in the Middle East to counterculture America and the Vietnam War. The instructors include local artists, business owners, cultural archivists, and one UT staff affiliate.
    June 5-Aug. 8. Mon.-Thu., 6:30 & 8pm. Free, but donations welcome.  
    The Commune, 101 E. North Loop; Vesper, 3106 E. 14th 1/2; Austin Visitor Center, 602 E. Fourth
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    Out of Town

    Hatchling Release

    Baby sea turtles are released in batches, with late June and early July being the busiest. The turtles decide when they want to break from their shells and dash into the surf.
    June 1-July 18. Free.  
    Padre Island National Seashore, Corpus Christi
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    Healthspeak Education Series: Knee And Hip Pain

    Orthopedic surgeon Mark Geyer discusses he anatomy of the knee and hip, pain points, and current treatments available. Please RSVP via phone or online.
    Tue., June 11, 3:30-5pm. Free.
    Baylor Scott & White Medical Center, 2600 E Pflugerville Parkway,
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    Civic Events

    Housing and Planning Committee Meeting

    See agenda for details.
    Tue., June 11, 10am  
    www.austintexas.gov/department/city-council
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    Lakeway Town Hall

    The City of Lakeway and Legend Communities are seeking resident feedback regarding possible development at the intersection of Lohmans Crossing and Lohmans Spur.
    Wed., June 5, 6:30pm; Tue., June 11, 2pm  
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    Luminex Toastmasters

    Luminex Toastmasters is a public speaking group that will help you to become a more confident public speaker.
    Second and Fourth Tuesday of every month, 4-5pm. Free.  
    Luminex Auditorium, 12212 Technology Blvd.
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    Make It Tuesdays: Create

    Get creative and have fun with an art activity from Smudge Studios at this event designed for the whole family.
    Tue., June 11, 10am-noon. Free with museum admission.  
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    PFLAG Monthly Meeting: Cedar Park

    Need a place to be? PFLAG's monthly meetings invite everyone from teens to senior citizens to join the discussion, or just listen and snack. As always, they like to keep things confidential.
    Second Tuesdays. Free.
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    Pink Pilates

    Pink Pilates is a postoperative exercise and rehabilitative program for women recovering from breast cancer.
    June 4-Aug. 6. Tuesdays, 1-1:40pm. Free.  
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    Shack Track & Field

    This is Shake Shack's monthly community run (three miles, for all ages and abilities) that occurs every second Tuesday of the month, led by Run Lab Austin and Shoal Creek Striders. Bonus: Your first drink back at the Shack is on them!
    Second Tuesday.  
    South Lamar Shake Shack, 1100 S. Lamar; Domain Shake Shack, 11228 Domain Dr.
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    Summer Soccer Viewings at Native

    Native Hostel is kicking off its summer of soccer with viewings of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup from Fri., June 7, through the last game on Sun., July 7, with special showings for U.S. and Mexico games TBA. Beginning on Fri., June 14, Native will also be showing the 2019 Copa América and the 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup games. Bonus: Austin FC will be at Native with prizes for select matches, and a portion of the proceeds from drink specials will benefit local youth soccer program Upper Ninety.
    June 7-July 7. Daily; see FB for matches and scheduling. Free.  
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    Women's World Cup Match One Watch Party

    American Outlaws Austin Chapter – Austin's official U.S. soccer supporters group – is teaming up with Austin Soccer Foundation for all of the U.S. matches, beginning with their first match in the tournament against Thailand. There'll be merch raffles at each match, with a portion of the proceeds being donated to ASF.
    Tue., June 11, 1:30-4pm  
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    Women's World Cup Watch Party

    Jack & Ginger's is broadcasting all of the Women's World Cup matches from Fri., June 7, to Sun., July 7.
    Through July 7. Daily; see FB for matches and scheduling  
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    Women's World Cup Watch Party

    The Eastside gastropub is showing all of the Women's World Cup games with full audio & visual across six indoor TVs, in addition to club soccer matches (Italian, French, Spanish, and English leagues).
    June 7-July 7. Daily; see FB for matches and scheduling. Free.  
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    Women's World Cup Watch Party

    In addition to enjoying drink specials throughout the tournament, fans can email in advance and reserve a spot at the bar to watch the match.
    June 7-July 7. Daily; see FB for matches and scheduling  
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    Zumba Tuesdays at the MACC

    A workout fusing Latin and international music and dance, hosted in partnership with Primero Health. Ages 14+ welcome.
    Tuesdays, 6-7pm. Through June 25. Free.  
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    Yoga

    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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