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    2021 Bowl for Kids

    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas is bringing glitz and glamour to their annual fundraiser. The goal is to raise funds to put 80 kids into a caring match with an adult mentor, and you can participate from home by donating, forming or joining a fundraising team, and via online activities including a "Golden Age of Hollywood" costume contest.
    Through April 23  
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    APH Vaccine Scheduling Expanded

    Austin Public Health reports that they've reached "a place of equilibrium between the supply and demand for vaccinations," and have expanded appointment scheduling opportunities for Moderna COVID-19 vaccines. Anyone age 18 and up is eligible, and preregistration is required before scheduling. Call 311 or APH if you have any problems with the online process.
    Sat., April 17, 7pm-Tue., April 20, 7am  
    Online
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    CANCELED: Mini Makers Market

    An afternoon of shopping, socializing, and brunching with Eastside Pop Up at their newest venue, nestled in a wooded grove, with local artisans, makers, and vintage collectors, including bites by Ranch Hand and Pueblo Viejo and bevs from Armadillo Den. All-ages until 4pm; masks required.
    Sun., April 18, noon-5pm. Free.  
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    Austin Flea

    The Austin Flea features all local handmade items and vintage wares from some of Austin's most amazing and talented vendors. Find one-of-a-kind gifts for any occasion including jewelry, bath and body products, vintage, original artwork, paper goods, textiles, and so much more.
    Third Sundays, 10am-4pm. Free.  
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    City of Austin "How to Help" Portal

    Looking for the right way to help your community during the pandemic? Or do you have a volunteer opportunity that you want to list? Visit the city's "How to Help" portal to make a match. The portal includes ways to help from home, donation drives, and active community engagement opportunities.
     
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    Donate Blood, Get a Free Whataburger

    We Are Blood is partnering again with Texas favorite Whataburger to give all blood donors a voucher for a free burger while supplies last. Appointments are mandatory; schedule online or call.
    Through April 18  
    We Are Blood donor centers & mobile drives
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    Esquina Tango Outdoor Classes

    Esquina Tango has a full calendar of socially distanced, donation-based outdoor classes like samba, salsa aerobics, and of course, tango. Check out the full calendar online.
    Ongoing  
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    Infertility Awareness Summit

    If you are struggling with infertility, have a friend or family member going through infertility, or are simply passionate about family and helping people, you're invited to this inaugural event bringing awareness to the issue.
    Sun., April 18, 8am-6pm. Free.  
    Virtual
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    Mini Market

    Spring Mini Market is back! Presented by Bev, shop 34 women-owned small businesses and enjoy two happy hours at 10am and 1:30pm. Plus, tunes by DJ Cass and free gift bags for the first 25 guests. More news: To support families in need after Central Texas' winter storm, Mini Market raised more than $10,000 for the Austin Diaper bank in just 48 hours.
    Sun., April 18, 10am-4pm. Free.  
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    Pioneer Farms Skills Classes

    Have you wanted to learn about bird watching, blacksmithing, archery, sewing, or woodworking? The historic Pioneer Farms offers courses in all these and more. Check the calendar and sign up today to learn a fun new skill.
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    RENT: Relief of Emergency Needs for Tenants

    The RENT Assistance Program application portal is now open, and provides $25 million of direct support for income-eligible Austin renters who are financially impacted by COVID-19. Get all the eligibility details and apply online, or call 512/488-1397.
     
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    Sherwood Forest Faire

    After shifting to a virtual faire last year, the Renaissance faire is back, live and in person, with over 170 artisans and 150 performances each day. Special add-ons include a Hawk Walk with a falconer and a "dream weaving" journey and drinks with King Ddrwg. Each day offers an abundance of medieval treats and activities for the whole family, and camping is available as well. Get all the details and buy tickets online.
    Open weekends through May 23 and Fri., April 23, 10am-dusk  
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    Songs Under the Stars: Tameca Jones

    Austin’s reigning Queen of Soul sparkles under the stars in this outdoor concert viewed from socially distanced pods or cabanas. This one's sure to sell out, so act now!
    Thu.-Fri., April 15-16, 7:30pm; Sat.-Sun., April 17-18, 2:30 & 7:30pm. $70 for a two-person pod.  
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    The Office Murder Mystery Parody

    It's the last week to catch Paramount's The Office-themed interactive, immersive show. Starting at the State Theatre, participants will walk short distances to find clues to solve the mystery of the Scranton Strangler.
    Through April 25  
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    The RealReal Opens in Austin

    The RealReal Austin features women's and men's ready-to-wear, bags, shoes, sneakers, accessories; fine jewelry and watches; and home goods and art. Shoppers can find thousands of unique items curated for the Austin consumer and tons more online that can be virtually shopped in-store. They also offer consignment, cleaning, repairs, and alterations. For a limited time, get a $100 shopping credit for selling at TRR and an upcycled mask while supplies last.
    Now open; Mon.-Sat. 10am-7pm; Sunday noon-6pm
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    YWCA Warmline

    Call the YWCA of Greater Austin's "Warmline" to get support amidst the isolation of COVID-19.
    Mon.-Thu., 9am-8pm; Fri., 9am-5pm; Sat., noon-4pm  
    Via phone: 512/548-9922

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