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    ACL Radio’s Woofstock

    Featuring Pete Yorn. In lieu of purchasing tickets, you’ll need to make a donation to one of the three animal shelters: Austin Pets Alive!, Austin Humane Society, or Williamson County Animal Center.
    Sat., Feb. 8, 1-3pm  
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    Kids

    Friend Fest

    Join Creative Action for a family-friendly celebration of friendship with interactive fun for kids and adults. Enjoy live music by Seu Jacinto, a friendship parade, cookie decorating, crafts, and more.
    Sat., Feb. 8, 1-3pm. Free.  
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    Kids

    Letterpress Printing for Children

    Each maker will go home with five original prints, a thaumatrope, a thaumaframe, and an upcycled LetterpressPLAY notebook. (Ages 6-9: 10am-noon; ages 10-14: 2-4pm.)
    Sat., Feb. 8, 10am-4pm. $50.  
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    Nightlife & Parties

    LoveBomb 2020: MasQueerade Ball

    Get cuddly on the dance floor, dress to impress, or channel your inner mystery queer for a night of luv and money raising for QueerBomb 2020. Performances, merch, mask-making, and more! Not to mention a kinda kinky sounding "secret" booth. Oh my.
    Sat., Feb. 8, 9:30pm. Free ($5 suggested donation ).  
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    Sweet Barks

    The annual benefit for Austin Pets Alive! features pet portraits, a kissing booth, vendors, a "puppuccino bar," and more.
    Sat., Feb. 8, noon-6pm. $15.  
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    Comedy

    Texas Gothic Valentine's Show

    The show description goes like this: "Ma and Pa Gothic have lived on the Texas Gothic Farm & Ranch located at the exact center of Texas (just outside of Mercury, Texas) for more than 50 years. And after living for the better part of a century deep in the heart of Texas, they’ve seen a thing or two, learned a thing or two, and are pleased as punch to tell you a thing or two! And, whether you like it or not, you’ll probably learn a thing or two!" Which sounds like a potential hoot just from the get-go, right? But, tell you what: As embodied by the double-strength talents of Janet Maykus and Tom Booker, the homespun Ma and Pa Gothic are a treasure of acerbic wit and impeccable comedic timing. Bonus: This month's guest is Forbidden Fruit's own Lynn Raridon.
    Sat., Feb. 8, 8pm. $10.  
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