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  • Austin Greek Festival

    It’s time once again to mark your calendars for the Austin Greek Festival on, Memorial Day weekend! Admission is $5 and there is free admission for children 10 and under, as well as Military and First Responders with ID. Parking is free. Complete details, including events schedule, food menu, and volunteer info are available online.
    May 27-29  
    Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church
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    HAAM Corporate Battle of the Bands

    Health Alliance for Austin Musicians gives local stuffed-shirts the chance to live their rock-star dreams for a good cause with this contest to crown the best corporate band and raise funds for musicians' health care. See which corporations have the coolest employees at the showdown judged by a panel of celebrities and music industry experts.
    Thu., June 2, 6pm. Free; donations encouraged.  
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    Maudie's Moonlight Margarita Run

    A fun run that brings two Austin faves together: running and margaritas! Funds raised go toward keeping the Butler Hike-and-Bike trail in tiptop shape thanks to the Trail Foundation. Registrants get a T-shirt, two margs, and yummy Maudie's Tex-Mex at the afterparty.
    Thu., June 2, 8pm. $50.  
    Sand Beach Park, 111 Sandra Muraida Way
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    Arc of the Capital Area Wildflower Program

    In collaboration with Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, The Arc offers classes for adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities focusing on social-emotional growth, vocational studies, life skills, active recreation, and Texas nature.
    Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9am-2pm. $150-300 per month.  
    Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, 4801 La Crosse
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    Austin Strategic Mobility Plan Survey

    Austin Transportation Department seeks community members’ feedback on three new policy changes to the Austin Strategic Mobility Plan, the city’s first comprehensive, multimodal transportation plan.
    Online
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    Palm District Planning Survey

    Austin’s Palm District is located on the eastern edge of Downtown between I-35 and Trinity St., running from Rainey St. to 15th St. The city's Housing and Planning Department seeks public input on the future of the area as it develops the final Palm District Small Area Plan. Explore the area, take a survey, and ask questions on the city’s project website.
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    Online
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    YWCA Greater Austin Warmline

    Call 512/548-9922 for support amidst the isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic.
    Mondays-Thursdays, 9am-8pm; Fridays, 9-5pm; Saturdays, noon-4pm  
    Citywide

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