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General Events for Sun., June 2
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    Barton Creek Farmers Market

    A great selection of local farmers bringing fabulous pastured meats, eggs, dairy, vegetables, and fruits, plus prepared-food vendors, artisans, bakers, and of course, live music.
    Sundays, 9am-1pm. Free.  
    4805 Hwy. 290 W., Sunset Valley (Kohl's parking lot)
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    Dungeons & Dragons Night

    Pinballz offers themed rooms, tavern music, an interactive drink menu, and more to help immerse you in the campaign experience.
    Sundays, 6pm-close  
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    GoldenGaia Vendor Market + Holistic Fair

    Explore a diverse selection of vendors, including artisans, psychic readers, and holistic practitioners who can help heal mind, body, and spirit.
    Sat.-Sun., 11am-5pm. Free.
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    Guided Breathwork & Journaling

    Weekly guided breathwork sessions incorporate lunar and solar cycles, card readings, Kundalini, journaling, and more, and are led by Margaret, who has studied around the world and is a trained midwife, birth & postpartum doula, Reiki master, registered yoga teacher, and kinesiologist.
    Sundays, 7:30pm. Donations appreciated.  
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    H-E-B Free First Sunday

    Explore the story of Texas through three floors of exhibits showcasing artifacts from around the state.
    First Sundays, 10am-5pm. Free.  
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    Kitten Yoga Benefiting Austin Pets Alive!

    Purr-actice your poses at an hourlong beginner-friendly yoga session (available at 10am & 1pm) surrounded by furry friends offering squeaks, snuggles, and plenty of kitty playtime. The $25 for the class goes to Austin Pets Alive!, so your Sunday Funday relaxation sesh also benefits a good cause. Check out Inner Diva’s schedule to find puppy yoga and other offerings. – Kat McNevins
    First Sundays through June 2, 10am & 1pm. $25.  

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