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    Austin Sol

    The men's pro Ultimate Frisbee team takes on the Tampa Bay Cannons.
    Sun., June 23, 1pm. Adults, $9.99; kids ages 12-17 $4.99; kids under 12, free.  
    Rudolph Gamblin Field, 1102 S. Congress
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    FC Austin Elite

    Austin's women's soccer team composed of local and collegiate players face off against El Paso Surf.
    Sun., June 23, 6pm. $10.  
    16430 Cameron Rd., Pflugerville
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    A Tribute to Akwasi Evans: Speaking Truth to Power

    An evening of art, poetry, and music dedicated to the late NOKOA: The Observer publisher and activist Akwasi Evans. There will be a pop-up exhibit of Akwasi images and writing, a spoken word performance from Voices of Struggle and Celebration poets group, and a performance from hip-hop duo Riders Against the Storm.
    Sun., June 23, 6-10pm. Free.  
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    Austin Flea at Fareground

    Shop local handmade items and vintage wares, including jewelry, bath & body products, textiles, and more.
    Sun., June 23, 10am-3pm. Free.  
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    Austin Refugee Day Festival

    Join refugees, their families, agency workers, and the greater Austin community at this festival honoring the strength of local refugee families. There'll be a showcase of international foods, carnival games, youth soccer clinics, as well as educational experiences and resource booths.
    Sun., June 23, 11am-4pm. Free.  
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    “How Did I Get Here?” Fireside Music Chats

    Austin Music Foundation's latest "How Did I Get Here?" installment features live entertainment digital marketer Betty Tran and local musician & producer Mobley sharing their experiences in the music industry.
    Sun., June 23, 1-2:30pm. Free.
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    Bumble Bootcamp at TruFusion

    Meet, connect, and sweat with new friends, then stick around for a post-workout smoothie. Make sure to fill out a liability waiver and have the Bumble app downloaded prior to arriving to the studio.
    Sun., June 23, 12:30-2pm. Free.  
    TruFusion, 4211 S. Lamar
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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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    Civic Events

    Data for Good ATX: Data Day

    Learn how to create effective, data-driven change with the help of analysts and leaders from Tableau, MEASURE, Open Austin, and the ATX Office of Innovation.
    Sun., June 23, 12:30-4pm  
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    Detox.Retox.Repeat

    Work up a sweat with kickboxing studio Knockout, then cool down with a complimentary post-workout Golden Glove spritz by Juice Society and a dip in the W Austin pool.
    June 9-30. Sundays, 11-11:45am. $20.  
    WET Deck at W Austin, 200 Lavaca
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    East Austin Hotel Summer Swell

    Reminiscent of Sixties Palm Springs pool parties, Summer Swell will open the hotel’s courtyard pool to locals and visiting guests. Complete with rotating themes, plus food and beverage specials.
    Sundays, 2-6pm. Through Sept. 1. $30.
    East Austin Hotel, 1108 E. Sixth
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    Ego's 40th Anniversary Luau

    The "Best of Austin"-award-winning karaoke bar celebrates 40 years in the biz with live tunes, a limbo contest, giveaways, and whole lot more.
    Sun., June 23, 3-9pm. Free.  
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    ElleFactor Coffee & Coin With Deborah Whitby Of Austin Plumbery

    Coffee tasting followed by an interview with Austin Plumbery founder Deborah Whitby, who owns the only woman-owned and operated independent plumbing company in Austin. Hosted by ElleFactor, a financial community seeking to empower women to take charge of their financial life.
    Sun., June 23, 11am-12:30pm. $8.
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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.
    Sun., June 23, 9am-3pm. $150-170.
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    Out of Town

    Frank Schlather Day

    Come remember the former “mayor” of Gruene who regularly held his Frank’s Tranquilizer Hour with 50-cent beer and lots of fun and socialization.
    Sun., June 23, noon-2pm
    Gruene Hall, Gruene
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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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    Music Made Me: Digital Marketing Strategies & Making Ads for Social Media

    Hosted by Austin Music Foundation and TuneCore, this event is for musicians looking to design ads to promote their music on social media. Come prepared with at least four music-related photos & 1-2 videos, plus a fully charged Apple or Android device.
    Sun., June 23, noon-1pm. Free.
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    On the Record: An ATX Music Marketplace & Panel

    For Austin's creative community to connect and learn about various aspects of the music business through curated talks, educational workshops, and music brand activations. The theme is "marketing yourself as a musician in the DIY digital age." See website for schedule.
    Sun., June 23, 10am-3pm. Free.
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    Paint Nite at Fall Creek Vineyards Driftwood

    Create art over a glass of wine.
    Sun., June 23, 2:30-5pm. $35 ($10 discount with promo code).  
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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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    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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    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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