The Buzz Mill's throwing a party in honor of the doggos that make our summer adventures so puptastic! Dogs can partake in a Pupsicool eating contest, plus there's a dog and owner lookalike contest judged by past and present Chronicle-rs Jessi Cape, Brandon Watson, and Sarah Wolf. Bonus: A portion of drink specials benefit Emancipet.
Purchase bikes for donation, then build 'em with mechanics from Ghisallo Cycling Initiative. The bikes will become part of Ghisallo's Bike Start (learn to ride) program fleet, plus Woom Bikes USA is matching every sponsored and built bike with an additional bike!
This 28th annual summertime show at the Vortex features a new musical adaptation of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland by Ingrid Oslund, with a cast of young professionals directed by Gabriel Maldonado.
Apply for the opportunity to learn the “A to Z” of City operations and get a behind-the-scenes look at local government, via 14 classes (held Wednesdays or Tuesdays from 6-9pm). Session starts the first week of September and concludes the second week of December.
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.
Sign up and send a picture of whatever pet you want to paint and there'll be an outline waiting for you at the event. For every person that registers, the distillery will donate $5 to Texas Humane Heroes.
The W's Secret Bar transforms into a pop-up throwback nod to all your favorite screen screams from the Eighties and Nineties. Check out a display of classic thrillers while enjoying themed cocktails and bites.
Train with fully supported distances of 16, 26, and 36 miles. Texas Mamma Jamma Ride (Sept. 21) raises funds to support local programs and services for breast cancer fighters and survivors in the Central Texas community.
As part of Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, the D. Wood Foundation Inc. will be bridging people from various minority communities with local mental health resources during a rally inspired by the Sixties.