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    Born Into This

    Doula Training International hosts a conference about all things birthing. Expect 200 birth workers, holistic health professionals, and leaders in the field for three days of resource sharing, skill building, and professional development.
    Thu.-Sat., June 6-8. $299-425.  
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    Brown State of Mind University

    BSOM University offers a six-course roster of classes centered around cultural contributions of minority groups in America and around the world, from poetry in the Middle East to counterculture America and the Vietnam War. The instructors include local artists, business owners, cultural archivists, and one UT staff affiliate.
    June 5-Aug. 8. Mon.-Thu., 6:30 & 8pm. Free, but donations welcome.  
    The Commune, 101 E. North Loop; Vesper, 3106 E. 14th 1/2; Austin Visitor Center, 602 E. Fourth
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    Capital Factory's 10th Anniversary Birthday Party

    A Texas-sized party celebrating tech community hub Capital Factory hitting double digits.
    Thu., June 6, 5-9pm. Free, but RSVP required.  
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    International Exposition of Agate

    Vendors, speakers, exhibits, and collectors from around the world showcase the mind-boggling world of that swirly gemstone agate. Plus, kids’ activities, daily raffles, and door prizes!
    Thu.-Sun., June 6-9. $15-120.  
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    Kerrville Folk Festival

    Celebrating their 48th year, the Kerrville Folk Festival will be hosting more than 100 musicians and will have enough plucking to frighten away chickens for miles around.
    May 23-June 9
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    Lumber Society Bingo

    Join Lumber Society Camp Master Chris Hyde for an hour of bingo and socializing. Bonus: Bring your Troop Badge to get sweet Lumber Society discounts on drinks.
    Thu., June 6, 7pm  
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    Motown: The Sound of Young America

    In celebration of the 60th anniversary of Motown Records, this exhibit is the first major museum exhibition to embrace all facets – music, culture, and politics – of the Sixties' biggest sounds.
    Through Jan. 26, 2020. Included with admission.  

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