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for Sat., Jan. 22
  • Food Trucks & Friendships

    Meet new friends in Austin & connect with real conversations! This event is hosted by Longwalks, an app that uses daily questions to help you connect with people in your area. Make sure to RSVP on Meetup & download the Longwalks app (for free)!
    Wed. Feb. 15, 6pm-8pm  
    Cosmic Coffee + Beer Garden
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    Buy a Bowl, Feed 100 People

    Inspired Minds celebrates its second birthday by teaming with local restaurants and artists to raise funds for Hays County Food Bank. For $25, get a handmade ceramic bowl and a delicious soup, and your donation will feed 100 people.
    Sat., Jan. 22. $25.  
    Inspired Minds Art Center, 121 N. Main St., Buda
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    Donate Blood, Get a Free Sub

    We Are Blood partners with ThunderCloud Subs to reward blood and platelet donors with a voucher for a free small sub sandwich while supplies last. Schedule an appointment online or call 512/206-1266.
    Through Jan. 31  
    We Are Blood donor centers
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    Out of Town

    Hill Country Indian Artifact Show

    Dealers and collectors converge on one of the largest shows of Native American arrowheads, art, and memorabilia.
    Sat., Jan. 22  
    Fredericksburg
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    Out of Town

    Hops n’ Hot Sauce Festival

    Let your taste buds go wild sampling hot sauces, local craft beers, and an assortment of food trucks.
    Sat., Jan. 22, 11am-6pm  
    Houston
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    Le Garage Sale

    A shopping event where every rack is a sale rack! Find all your favorite boutiques under one roof, and enjoy sips and giveaways as your peruse the goods. Note: Masks are required at Palmer regardless of vaccination status.
    Sat.-Sun., Jan. 22-23
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    POSTPONED: Hi, How Are You Day 2022

    The Hi, How Are You Project’s annual fundraising concert and global livestream event, presented by American Campus Communities, honors the birthday of the late Daniel Johnston, who openly struggled with mental illness and inspired the creation of the HHAY organization. Featuring performances by the Polyphonic Spree, Valerie June, the Lemon Twigs, Kate Davis, and more. [POSTPONED TO MAY 4.]
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