Lutie’s Garden Restaurant welcomes chef James Yeun Leong Parry, founder of San Francisco-based pop-up the Happy Crane, for a demo guiding guests through each step of crafting handmade noodles and teaching about the rich history of Chinese cuisine.
This exhibit showcases materials from the State Archives documenting the official work and daily business of the state’s chief executive spanning 100 years. Can't visit in person? It's available to explore online.
Jester King partners with Oak + Lotus Yoga for sessions where you can sink into doomy and melodic sounds while being guided through a yoga session surrounded by JK's glorious goat herd. Bring forth the beasts!
Four days of local, national, and world-renowned acts all on one stage, plus shopping from local vendors, food, and more! Complimentary drinks included, and all ages welcome. Benefits nonprofit Caritas of Austin.
Certified volunteers offer free tax prep from AARP Foundation Tax-Aide, with service by appointment and walk-ins welcome at many sites. No age or income level restrictions, and no AARP membership required.
This program from the city of Austin, run by Farmshare Austin, has opened new market locations. There are now six weekly markets around town that sell Texas-grown produce, eggs, honey, and other groceries all at reduced prices. Most major cards are accepted at these markets and if you are a SNAP customer, you can also use your Lone Star card and Double Up Food Bucks. Locations and schedules are subject to change, so check the current info online to find one near you.
Pluckers is giving a special NCAA fan a $1,000 gift card during March Madness, aka March Badness, if they correctly guess the losing teams of the first 32 games. Beginning March 14, come down to your local Plucker Wing Bar and keep up with each game while chugging beer and cramming wings.
It's impossible to be bored during this fest that brings in musicians, films, tech experts, innovators, and much more from around the globe, but it can be intimidating because so much is going on. Check out our handy guides in the print issue and ongoing coverage online at austinchronicle.com/sxsw. Can't make it in person? An affordable online pass gets you access to tons of streaming and VOD content.
Every year, SXSW and Austin Resource Recovery team up to help divert material from the landfill and keep the event clean. Volunteers are needed to help collect and dispose of event material at the outdoor concert series, and will be provided with equipment and training. Register online for one of many shifts available.
Capture your adventures at Texas State Parks. Explore a new trail, discover a cool critter, or catch an awesome sunset, then submit your pics or tag them on social media (#TexasStateParks and #TexasParks100) to win parks passes or H-E-B gift cards.