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Civic Events for Wed., May 23
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    BizOpen – Commercial Property Requirements

    A general overview of the potential steps in the city's development process to help you identify which processes are relevant to your business location development, and how to navigate the steps in a timely and efficient manner.
    Wed., May 23, 10-11am. Free.  
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    Brown State of Mind University

    BSMU offers a four-course roster of classes centered around cultural contributions of minority groups in America, from Nas' Illmatic to Xicanx culture in Austin. The instructors include nonprofit workers, graphic designers, actors, and UT graduate staff and faculty members. (Courses are not redeemable for academic credit.)
    Classes begin May 22-June 5. Free.
    South of Everywhere, 2324 S. Lamar; Museum of Human Achievement, 3600 Lyons
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    Building and Fire Code Board of Appeals Meeting

    See agenda for details.
    Wed., May 23, 1:30pm  
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    Connect Forum For Minority Business

    A certification workshop by the U.S. Small Business Administration followed by a roundtable networking session with public agencies and businesses looking for minority enterprises to work with.
    Wed., May 23, 1-4pm. Free, registration required.  
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    EMDR Training Oppurtunity for Therapists

    The City is offering therapists free Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing training in exchange for working with sexual assault survivors through APD Victims Services. EMDR focuses on the disturbing emotions and symptoms that result from traumatic events and helps the brain organically move toward natural healing and positive mental health. As DNA backlogs are being addressed the need for more EMDR therapists is needed.
    Apply by May 31  
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    Free Pet Adoptions at AAC

    The Austin Animal Center is offering $20 pet adoptions for Memorial Day Weekend. Update: The shelter has waived all adoption and reclaim fees for the weekend. Foster homes are needed as well.
    May 23-28
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    Give your feedback on the Capital Area MPO's Regional Arterials Plan

    CAMPO is developing a Regional Arterials Plan and they're looking for residents' feedback via an online survey.
    Through Thu., May 31  
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    MCTX Start-up Showcase

    The MassChallenge Texas Start-up Showcase is the largest open-floor, open-to-the-public expo for the MassChallenge Texas finalists. The showcase is a high-energy celebration of innovation and a first look at emerging technologies and new businesses planting roots in Texas. There will be demos from the start-ups, announcements, and acknowledgements of the Texas ecosystem.
    Wed., May 23, 5-7pm. Free.  
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    State Delegate Convention Training

    A free training for all state delegates looking to brush up on their knowledge before the state convention in Fort Worth.
    Wed., May 23, 5:30-8:30pm. Free.  
    Gardner-Betts Juvenile Justice Center, 2515 S. Congress

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