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  • CannaRock 2021

    The CannaRock 2021 event aims to celebrate the local cannabis industry and the advances they have made over the past two years! They offer an educational experience in a fun atmosphere that is true to the Austin vibe. Come hang with them, link up with your favorite local CBD and lifestyle companies, enjoy live entertainment and great food this summer in ATX.
    Sun. June 20, 12pm-5pm  
    Come & Take It Live
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    Pecan Street Festival Online

    The spring iteration of Pecan Street Festival is wired this year. Check out the virtual fest to shop local vendors and listen to/support the performers, and share your experience on social media with hashtags #PecanFestWired and #KeepAustinWired. Read more here.
    May 2-3  
    Online
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      April Dressed in All Its Trim: An Online Exhibition

      The art project began before the current pandemic erupted, but feels even more appropriate now as a group of Texas-based artists contributed artwork that explores the hopefulness of spring.
      Through May 31  
      Online from Studio Comfort in Comfort, Texas
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      Best Food Trucks

      Best Food Trucks is offering an order-ahead service to help practice social distancing, and bringing food trucks to underserved communities. You can find trucks near you by going to the online map.
      Ongoing  
      Citywide
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      Children's Mental Health Awareness Day

      Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation, this year’s annual Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day event will be celebrated across Texas via an interactive website full of family-friendly fun, games, and resources.: This year’s celebration is particularly meaningful, as it’s coming on the heels of a legislative session that put a spotlight on mental health issues in our schools. Launch is on May 2 at 9am, and it continues throughout the month.
      May 2-31. Free.  
      Online
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      First Annual Greater Austin Science Fair

      A public science fair via Zoom livestream for all who are interested, hosted by Austin event promoter Flyer Club. Participants will have 5-10 minutes to display whatever experiment they so choose, so long as it follows the scientific method. Non-participating audience members are also welcome and encouraged to join! Get all the details and some experiment ideas on the FB event page.
      Sat., May 2, 4-6pm. Free.  
      Livestream via Zoom
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      Habitat for Humanity Launches Online ReStore

      Austin Habitat for Humanity announced that it has taken the ReStore online, allowing the community to shop the wide variety of items currently listed for sale from the comfort of their own home. Similar to the brick-and-mortar locations, you'll find deals on unique items from clothing and shoes to home and garden accessories and more, and when you shop, you're supporting Habitat for Humanity's mission.
      April 14-June 24  
      Online
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      HC4A/Shalom Austin School Supplies Fundraiser

      HC4A and Shalom Austin had set a date of April 19 for their eighth annual event raising funds for school supplies for Austin-area homeless children, which last year supported over 1,300 children. The April event is now canceled due to coronavirus, but you can still help reach the fundraising goal of $34,000 to support 1,600 students. A small donation of $25 will help support one child. On Aug. 19, volunteers plan to gather to assemble the school supplies at Dell Jewish Community Center. Donate online at HC4A.org.
      March 20-May 31  
      Online
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      Jazz Festing in Place

      The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival has been canceled for this year. In honor of what would have been the second weekend of the annual music festival, the New Orleans public radio station is playing archival music from past festivals.
      Thu.-Sun., April 30-May 3, 11am-7pm  
      WWOZ-FM, New Orleans
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      Lights, Camera, Safety PSA Contest

      City of Austin's Safe Routes to School program invites seventh and eighth grade students to create their very own public service announcement (a short educational video) showing how to walk, bike, and roll to school safely. The winning filmmakers get Alamo Drafthouse gift cards, and their video will be shown in middle schools across Austin. Get all the details and submit your entry online.
      Deadline: Aug. 3  
      Online
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      Rock the Beat 2020

      Since Mended Little Hearts' annual fundraising walk is unable to proceed at the Austin Zoo, it's now a virtual walk. Register yourself and/or a team and set up a fundraising page, then get moving on your own terms and raise awareness of the issue. Funds raised will be used for support services for families dealing with congenital heart defects.
      April 25-June 15. $10 per person; heart warriors are free.  
      Citywide
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      Storytime Everywhere!

      Austin Public Library's Cepeda Branch offers a range of read-alouds online while the branch is closed. There are chapter books for everyone, preschool, and family storytimes. Follow @StorytimeEverywhereATX on Instagram to get the full schedule and to receive alerts when the stories go live.
      Mon.-Fri., times vary  
      Online
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      Take a (Virtual) Day Trip Around the World

      Learn something new, visit museums around the world, and explore the hidden mysteries of life at the website with enough cool stuff to outlast any pandemic.
      Any day, anytime  
      Online
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      Texas Outdoor Family Camp-In

      Spend the afternoon online with a park ranger in his living room demonstrating camp crafts, cooking tips, and how to build a fort.
      Sat., May 2, 1-8pm  
      Online
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      Tour the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

      Visit the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston’s online exhibitions or take a virtual tour of Renzi, Bayou Bend, or the museum.
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      Trappings of Texas Art and Gear Sale

      The annual sale of paintings, collectibles, and jewelry has gone online with artwork sold directly from the artists and new pieces added throughout the sale.
      Through Aug. 2  
      Online via Museum of the Big Bend, Alpine
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      Virtual Three-Week Language Immersion Workshop

      Austinites interested in building proficiency in Spanish, French, and Italian can learn online in a virtual classroom. Reach your language learning goals from the comfort of your home with three-week immersion workshops in May. Learn through the context of food & restaurants, art & museums, leisure activities, and culturally relevant events – we may not be traveling this summer but you can scratch that "travel itch," practicing everyday language with increasing cultural understanding.
      Workshops are May 2-20; register now. $219, full course; $35, drop-ins; $90, three Saturdays.  
      Online
    Ongoing
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      Austin FC Season Membership Deposits

      Austin's Major League Soccer team, Austin FC, is officially taking deposits for 2021 season memberships. Your deposit will reserve your spot in line, which means the earlier you purchase your membership, the earlier you're eligible to select your seats for the season.
      Ongoing. $50.  

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