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    High Noon Talk

    Join author Bill Minutaglio for a talk on his book, A Single Star and Bloody Knuckles, which begins in 1870 with the birth of Texas’ modern political framework and chronicles Texas political life against the backdrop of industry, the economy, and race relations. Presented in conjunction with the Bullock Museum exhibit "Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow."
    Thu., June 3, noon  
    The Bullock Museum online
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    The Drop-In

    Presented by ACL Radio & Long Center and driven by Austin Subaru, the Drop-In keeps the music going all summer long by showcasing a diverse lineup of Austin’s favorite and emerging artists, with select dates programmed in partnership with Black Fret. Stay tuned to Long Center & ACL Radio socials on Fridays to learn which artist is performing that week.
    Thursdays, 8pm (doors at 6:30). Free, but RSVP.  
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    BSC Reopening Business Safely Global Forum

    Business is not as usual. This is a safe place to talk about business concerns, share ideas, and hear from weekly business expert guests.
    Thursdays, 12-1pm. Through Dec. 16. Free.  
    Online
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    BSC's Rebuilding Business Nationwide Online Forum

    With Business Success Center's weekly forum, create strategic alliances and learn from other business owners in order to relaunch and rebuild carefully and successfully.
    Thursdays, noon-1pm. Free.  
    Online
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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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    Cosmic Clarity: Eclipse Gong Concert

    Join Tej Arvind and Ray Withers for a full moon eclipse Healing Sound Event: an evening of live music, mindful meditation and a gong sound bath. Yogis have found an eclipse enhances the power of mediation, and this creates a powerful time for healing. Using the gong, guitar, ukulele, drums, and vocals, they will reveal how the power of sound can transform and heal on this auspicious evening.
    Thu., June 3. Sliding scale donation.
    Flow Yoga Westgate
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    Embrace Your Hormones

    Learn how to embrace hormonal fluctuations and better support them with food, lifestyle shifts, and self-compassion throughout the month so you can thrive physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
    Thu., June 3, 7pm. $30.  
    Virtual
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    Escape the Box

    Take a journey through time exploring the hidden clues of Austin with Escape the Box, an outdoor guided tour, scavenger hunt, and escape game all in one! It entertains groups of 2-6 at $75 per group. The box features a number of puzzles and clues that can all be found in wonderful Austin neighborhoods along with discounts to participating businesses.
    Ongoing; see website for scheduled pickup times. $75.  
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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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    Omni Online: Member Q&A With Lenise Bent

    Omni Sound Project members are invited to join a conversation with legendary audio engineer Lenise Bent. Membership is free and open to anyone who identifies as female, trans, or gender-nonconforming.
    Thu., June 3, 7pm. Free.  
    Zoom
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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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    Preservation Plan Working Group Applications Open

    The city of Austin invites community members to help create a new historic preservation plan that is inclusive, equity-focused, and community-oriented. Interested in local heritage? Apply to join the project working group, which will meet 10-12 times over the next year to draft the plan. Compensation is available for group members who need financial support to participate.
    Applications due Mon., June 14  
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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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    T-Shirt Giveaway for Blood Donors

    We Are Blood will give all blood/platelet donors a specially designed “Livin & Givin” T-shirt in June. Kick off the summer with a good deed and a fresh new wardrobe item. Appointments are mandatory; schedule online or call 512/206-1266.
    Through June 30  
    We Are Blood donor centers
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    Unfiltered Racial Justice

    This virtual community event will convene leaders from Notley Tide's racial justice nonprofit partners, corporate partners, and members for an exchange of lessons learned, areas of growth, and challenges each group has encountered this past year, with a goal of advancing racial justice.
    Thu., June 3, noon-2:30pm. Free.  
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    Volunteer Days at ACR

    Organized types will have fun volunteering to help Austin Creative Reuse sort through donated items, roll fabric, and detangle yarn. Registration required.
    Tuesdays & Thursdays  
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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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