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    Celebrando Salsa & Heritage Festival

    Celebrate Puerto Rican heritage with an evening of live salsa music, performances by Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance, and a vendor marketplace offering handcrafted jewelry, artwork, and more. Don't forget your dancing shoes!
    Sat., June 22, 6-11pm  
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      Bloodfest 7s Rugby Tournament

      One of the country’s largest rugby tournaments and festival turns 22 in style with the addition of live music, more festival vendors, and family-friendly activities. With 10 fields and 10 divisions, there is rugby for everyone at all skill levels. Hosted by local rugby club the Austin Huns.
      Sat., June 22, 9am-5:30pm. Free to attend; $475 to register your team.  
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      500 Strong: NS4BF Canvassing Block Party

      Following an incident in February that led to the arrest of a 13-year-old girl at Austin Public Library's Carver Branch, community group Black Sovereign Nation helped start the "No Sanctuary for Black Futures" campaign & petition that seeks to change APL policy. This block party invites people to come out and help canvass for the cause, followed by a celebration featuring speakers, DJs, a teach-in, and more.
      Sat., June 22, 10am-8pm. Free.  
      6606 Sandshof Dr.
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      Art Swap

      Bring artwork to trade with other artists, collectors, and appreciators. Come early for complimentary breakfast and stick around for the exchange of art and ideas, plus tours of the museum.
      Sat., June 22, 10am-1pm. Free.  
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      Austin Outdoor Living Tour

      Brought to you by the producers of the Austin Modern Home Tour, this summertime, self-guided tour allows you to explore 10 outdoor spaces around town as well as the chance to meet the landscape architects and designers behind the creations. See website for a list of participating houses.
      Sat., June 22, 11am-4pm. $5-30.  
      Citywide
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      Austin Under the Stars

      For its 22nd year, Austin's Astronomical Society will gather under the night sky with their high-powered telescopes. Back again by popular demand will be a mobile planetarium and air rocket launching, and new this year is an interactive walk of the solar system.
      Sat., June 22, 6pm-12mid. Free.  
      St. Stephen's Phipps Field, 6500 St. Stephen's Dr.
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      Bloody Rose June Black Market

      Local horror, punk, and oddities vendors & artists sell their original artwork and merchandise.
      Sat., June 22, 11am-3pm. Free.
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      Build a New Trail at Country Club Creek Greenbelt

      Help the Lumber Society and Austin Ridge Riders clear a new trail and start working on the tread. Bring gloves, water, and your bike to ride to help identify places that need work. ARR will provide tools and some gloves, but participants are welcome to bring their own tools.
      Sat., June 22, 9am-noon. Free.  
      Country Club Creek Greenbelt
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      CG Buzz Run

      Camp Gladiator is partnering with Buzz Mill for this first annual CG Buzz Run designed for the whole family and folks of all fitness levels. Choose between a 1.5- or three-mile loop, then enjoy a one-taco-plus-one-mimosa $5 special.
      Sat., June 22, 7-10am. Free.  
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      Chingona Fest

      Chingona Fest is back! Enjoy live music, food, art, and Latinx vendors from across the U.S. The fest aims to inspire and empower through music, film, art, and community with musicians, artists, and vendors that are predominantly women of color. All ages welcome, but you must be 21+ to drink.
      Sat., June 22, 11:30am-8:30pm. $15-30.  
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      City-Wide Garage Sale

      It's like a hundred garage sales in one. Maybe not quite as cheap.
      Sat.-Sun., June 22-23. $7; kids ages 12 & under, free.  
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      Code Chica Certification Program for High School Girls

      Code Chica is Latinitas' free eight-week session for girls ages 14-18 to gain knowledge about HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to create their own websites.
      March 30-June 29. Saturdays, 10am-2pm. Free.  
      Springdale General Complex, 1023 Springdale Rd., Bldg. 9-E
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      Donate and Skate

      A rollerblading competition and demo, featuring a race for kids under 12, as well as high jump and best trick contests. The admission "charge" to enter the contest is a used pair of skates, frames, wheels, or pads, which will be donated to kids in need. Donate and Skate staff will be teaching the fundamentals of skating including safety tips, basic skate maintenance, and proper skating technique.
      Sat., June 22, 1-6pm  
      Wells Branch Skatepark, 3000 Shoreline Dr.
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      Drones & Droids

      It’s a big day at the hands-on museum with drone races, flight demonstrations, a visit from the robot R2D2, and chance to meet NASA astronaut Tom Henricks.
      Sat., June 22, 10am-4pm
      Science Mill, Johnson City
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      El Paso Jazz Girls: Austin Edition

      Three days of jazz music, mentorship, and performance open to all female-identifying middle and high school musicians. No previous jazz experience required, and no one will be turned away for financial reasons.
      Thu.-Sat., June 20-22. $0-150 sliding scale tuition.  
      Lake Travis United Methodist Church, 1502 RR 620 N., Lakeway
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      Encountering Basic Goodness: Meditation Training Level 1

      Program includes meditation instruction, teaching talks, private interviews with meditation instructors, group discussion, meals, and lots of meditation practice. Suitable for those with little or no experience.
      Sat., June 22, 8:30am-6pm. $150-170.
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      Experience the Heart of the Eastside

      Celebrate the release of the first-ever East Cesar Chavez District Field Guide, a community-sourced collection of poems and stories reflecting on the district. Contributors will perform live readings of their pieces.
      Sat., June 22, 2-4pm  
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      Fitness and Family Fun at the Domain

      A weekly family-friendly event featuring yoga classes, engineering and construction activities for ages 4 & up from the Thinkery, and trampoline fun.
      Through June 22. Saturdays, 9:30am-3:30pm. Free.  
      The Domain, lawn near iPic Theater, 3220 Amy Donovan Plaza
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      Fort Griffin Fandangle

      See the story of how the West was won through song and dance performed by a cast of hundreds of actors and animals.
      June 21-29. Fri.-Sat.
      Albany
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      Free Composting Class

      Learn how to turn food scraps and lawn clippings into nutrient-rich fertilizer. Residents paying the Clean Community Fee qualify for a $75 rebate on any home composting system – attend this class and apply.
      Sat., June 22, 11:30am-12:30pm  
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      Free Yoga and Meditation Sessions

      A day of free classes: Yoga for Beginners (10:30am-noon), Meditation for Beginners (12:30-1:30pm), and Yoga for Success (2-3pm).
      Sat., June 22, 10:30am-3pm. Free.
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      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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      International Gem and Jewelry Show

      America’s longest running direct-to-consumer jewelry show brings wholesalers, manufacturers, and designers together under one roof, selling gemstones, custom jewelry, home decor, and more blingy items.
      Fri-Sun., June 21-23. $8, cash only at show; $6, online; free, military members & family, teachers, wholesale buyers.  
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      Jump Into Writing and Publishing!

      A seminar on the process and business of writing and publishing, plus a Q&A session with award-winning author Angela Shelf Medearis. Presented in conjunction with the Austin African American Book Festival and the George Washington Carver Museum's exhibit on Medearis’ life and work.
      Sat., June 22, 1-2pm. Free.
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      June ATX Art Market

      Shop one-of-a-kind original art, crafts, decor, apparel, jewelry, vintage items, and more.
      Sat., June 22, 1-6pm. Free.
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      KittyPalooza

      All cats and kittens at this citywide waived-fee cat adoption event will be spayed or neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated. First 100 cat adopters at Austin Animal Center receive a goody bag of supplies.
      Sat., June 22  
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      Legislative Roundup

      Reps. Eddie Rodriguez (first elected in 2002) and Vikki Goodwin (elected 2018) will discuss what happened at the Capitol during the 86th Legislative session.
      Sat., June 22, 2-4pm  
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      Lovejay Gemstone Steam + Mask Launch Party

      At a discounted price for today's launch party, the 30-minute service includes complimentary beverages, a "gemstone infused herbal steam followed by a skin renewing mask," facial massage, and more überindulgent treatments. Appointments recommended.
      Sat., June 22, noon-6pm. $20.  
      Lovejay, 2124 E. Sixth #103
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      Murder Walk Austin

      This true-crime walking tour takes you on the morbid journey of America's first serial killer, "The Midnight Assassin" (aka "Servant Girl Annihilator"), who terrorized Austin in 1885. The walk covers two miles of historic Austin at a leisurely pace, plus a drink stop at the Driskill Hotel.
      Through Nov. 30. Fridays & Saturdays, 8pm. $40 (ages 13+ only).  
      Departs from intersection of Bowie & W. Sixth
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      National Peace Corps Connect Conference: Innovation For Good

      This conference is the annual gathering of the global Peace Corps community, featuring keynote speakers, expert panels, interactive sessions, an exhibitor hall, career fair, and volunteering activities around Austin.
      Thu.-Sat., June 20-22. $140+.  
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      Native Sounds

      Unbounded spotlights local collectives and tastemakers who continually amplify global sounds. Rove around to beats that are bouncin’ internationally, from Lagos to London and beyond.
      Saturdays, 10pm-2am. Through June 29. Free.  
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      Peach JAMboree and Rodeo

      The gates open on Friday and Saturday evenings for the rodeo, but all day Saturday the party celebrates all kinds of peach foods, barbecue, and games.
      Fri.-Sat., June 21-22
      Stonewall
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      Pink Pilates

      Pink Pilates is a postoperative exercise and rehabilitative program for women recovering from breast cancer.
      June 1-Aug. 3. Saturdays, 10-10:40am. Free.  
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      Polish Festival Days

      Spend the day in the "Polish Capital of Texas" having fun, sampling the food, playing games, and stay for the evening street dance.
      Fri.-Sat., June 21-22
      Bremond
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      Power Dance: A Cardio Dance Fitness Workout

      A high-energy cardio dance fitness class, with a strong focus on core and posture.
      June 1-Aug. 17. Saturdays, 10-11am. $5-25.  
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      Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for Onion Creek Metropolitan Park

      Celebrate the opening of a new park in South Austin. Make sure to dress comfortably for the blaring Texas heat!
      Sat., June 22, 10am  
      Onion Creek Metropolitan Park at Yarrabee Bend, 6800 Onion Creek Dr.
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      Scooter Summit

      Learn about scooter safety, enjoy coffee and tacos, and try out some rides with the City Council District 9 Office and the Austin Transportation Department. Helmets encouraged; rides for adults ages 18+ only.
      Sat., June 22, 10am-noon. Free (some company fees may apply).
      111 Sandra Muraida Way
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      Scream Hollow Wicked Summer Party

      This event features four haunted houses, including Lost Pines Asylum, Slaughterhouse 2, Mansion of Terror, and Wicked Darkness.
      Fri.-Sat., June 21-22, 7pm-12mid. $6-32.
      Scream Hollow, 149 Split Rail Ln., Smithville
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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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      Summer Solstice Dance Party + Art Experience

      Two nights celebrating the summer solstice weekend with immersive environments, interactive art, "crazy" photo experiences, drink specials, vendors, and music.
      Fri.-Sat., June 21-22, 8pm-2am. Free; VIP, $25.  
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      The Legend of Big Bend

      The critically acclaimed classical music group Montopolis weaves science, history, and personal stories inspired by Big Bend National Park into a performance that mixes breathtaking video, the spoken word, and music as large as the landscape.
      Sat., June 22, 7pm. $15.
      Brick at Blue Star Arts Complex, San Antonio
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      Unidos Por Nuestro Futuro Gala

      Join the Young Hispanic Professional Association of Austin in celebrating their mission in supporting the Greater Austin Latinx community through scholarship programs. The gala's theme is Havana Nights, so expect an evening of Caribbean Latinx music, food, and more.
      Sat., June 22, 7-11pm. $80-125.  
      Brodie Homestead, 5211 Brodie Ln.
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      United Fates Fest 2019

      Youth news media website GenDelta's first annual community activism event invites advocates, artists, and everyone in between for a weekend of speakers, performances, and a scholarship award ceremony honoring the work and efforts of young activists.
      Fri.-Sat., June 21-23. $7-24.95.  
      Downtown
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      Vino Vinyasa

      Vinyasa-based yoga paired with fun wine facts, ending with a comparative tasting of two wines. Bring your own mat, and must be 21+ to attend.
      Sat., June 22, 11am-12:30pm. $30.  
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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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      [SOLD OUT] Free Chicken Keeping Class

      [SOLD OUT] Learn how to create healthy soil and keep food waste out of the landfill. Attend and qualify for a $75 rebate on any new chicken coop or home composting system.
      Sat., June 22, 10-11am  

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