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    Community Bus Tour & Shoebox Picnic

    This bus tour connects the dots between the lives of the Black and white founders of Austin, including the Wheatville and Clarksville Freedman communities, Governor Pease’s mansion, the Texas Governor’s Mansion, and the Neill-Cochran House Museum. Attendees will enjoy a traveler’s shoebox feast, reminiscent of the scrumptious meals packed for Black travelers by their families and communities during the Jim Crow Era when Black people were denied service at restaurants. The event includes a live performance by Jennifer Cumberbatch and entrance to the "If These Walls Could Talk" exhibit.
    Sat., Feb. 29, 10:30am & 1:30pm. $40.  
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    Home Street Music Community Awareness Concert

    Home Street Music uses music gatherings to empower people who have lived on the streets of Austin. From 3:30-5pm, there's a live concert, discussion, and interactive workshop led by American Dreamer on the fundamentals of jamming and collaborating in a group setting. Thor & Friends and Erin Ivey play starting at 7pm.
    Sat., Feb. 29, 3:30-9pm. Free.  
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    Pig Pageant 2020

    Central Texas Pig Rescue's Pig Pageant, a body positivity celebration for pigs, features music from Minor Mishap Marching Band and Blowcomotion, and compassionate cuisine from Buzzmill's Outpost Bar, Rebel Cheese, Plow-B-Q, Arlo's, Zucchini Kill Bakery, and Mission Burrito. It's a fundraiser and advocacy event culminating in a bevy of fine swines strutting down the pigwalk. Pig contestant applications due Feb. 12; register here.
    Sat., Feb. 29, noon-5pm. $20-50.  
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