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Civic Events for Wed., Sept. 5
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    Apply for PARK(ing) Day

    Join the annual Park(ing) Day celebration – where folks transform parkings space into temporary "parklets" to promotes public conversation on the need for public, open spaces in urban areas. Applications to make your own mini park are due Sept. 17. Email for additional information.
    Apply by Sept. 17. Free.  
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    Austin Code: Boat Dock Registration Program

    Boat dock owners are now required to properly address and register their dock with the city. Now through Sept. 30, owners can take advantage of the current grace period as there's no cost to register at this time.
    Through Sun., Sept. 30  
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    Precinct 152 Candidate Forum

    Austinites, especially Cherrywood, Wilshire Wood, Schieffer-Willowbrook and Delwood II residents are invited to meet the D9 City Council candidates (7pm), hear from mayoral challengers Mayor Steve Adler and Laura Morrison (8pm), and partake in a discussion on ballot items.
    Wed., Sept. 5, 6-9pm
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    Snack Drive for Becker Elementary

    Austinites are invited to donate nonperishable healthy snacks at Lick’s Lamar Union Scoop Shop. All treats will be donated to Becker's food pantry – started by parents in 2016 to provide snacks for kids in need. Preferred snacks include fig bars, popcorn, pretzels, applesauce, fruit squeezes, granola bars, rice snacks, and Cheerios.
    Donations accepted Aug. 31-Sept. 6
    Lick Honest Ice Creams, 1100 S. Lamar #1135
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    Taking it to the Streets: A Visual History of Protest and Demonstration in Austin

    The Austin History Center's latest exhibit spotlights local efforts to create social change over the decades, including the Civil Rights and Women's Liberation movements. Residents are invited to upload personal photos of recent marches and rallies for inclusion.
    Through Oct. 28. Free.  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    The Unforeseen (2007)

    With Live Q&A: Executive-produced by Robert Redford and Terrence Malick, Dunn's award-winning documentary looks at the history of Barton Springs, Gary Bradley's role in development issues, and the relationship of Austin's environmental activism to the world at large. Q&A features director Laura Dunn, hydrogeologist Nico Hauwert, and Mayor Pro Tem Kathie Tovo.
    Wed., Sept. 5, 7:00  
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    Volunteer Deputy Registrar Training

    New Leaders Council invites you to learn about their fellowship program while training to become a volunteer deputy voter registrar in Travis County.
    Wed., Sept. 5, 5:30-8pm. free.  
    WeWork Domain, 11801 Domain Blvd.

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