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    Austin Humane Society's Summer Kids' Series

    Running most Tuesdays (and a few Saturdays & Thursdays), this series aims to inspire kids to learn more and help them find ways to give back for animals in need. Rotating events include storytime, art workshops, wildlife rescue, teddy bear surgery, and outdoor movie nights.
    June 11-Aug. 13. Free.  
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    Art + Literature: Insect Architects

    Kick off your summer reading with one of Austin Public Library's librarians presenting Roberto: The Insect Architect, and stick around to make a work of art inspired by the book. Ideal for ages 3-5.
    June 4-25. Tuesdays, 11am-noon. Free.
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    Sports

    Austin FC Season Membership Deposits

    Austin's Major League Soccer team, Austin FC, is officially taking deposits for 2021 season memberships. Your deposit will reserve your spot in line, which means the earlier you purchase your membership, the earlier you're eligible to select your seats for the season.
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    Civic Events

    Austin ISD Job Fair

    The school district is looking to fill job positions in its Transportation, Food Service, or Maintenance departments
    Tue., June 18, 8:30am-noon
    ISD Central Warehouse/Food Service building, 3701 Woodbury Rd.
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    “Women’s Power, Women’s Vote” Exhibit Grand Opening

    The Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) unveils its new exhibit on women's suffrage with a special reception featuring refreshments, special activities, and a panel discussion. The exhibit coincides with the centenary of Texas' ratification of the 19th Amendment in June 1919, making it the the ninth of the 36 states needed for national approval.
    Tue., June 18, 3-5pm. Free.  
    Lorenzo de Zavala State Archives and Library Building, 1201 Brazos
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    Sports

    Babywearing Barre Fitness Workout for New Moms (or Dads!)

    Bring your baby and baby carrier for a workout blending Pilates conditioning and barre fitness principles. Anyone wearing a baby (including dads, nannies, grandparents, and other caregivers) is welcome, as are those expecting one.
    June 11-July 2. Tuesdays, noon-12:45pm. $45 for four weeks.  
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    Sports

    Bike Nights at COTA

    This program allows cyclists to bike around the circuit, giving you the opportunity to experience the 3.4-mile, 20-turn racetrack at your own pace.
    Tuesdays through June 25. $10-20.  
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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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    Civic Events

    CAMPO Open House

    Learn about the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization’s Regional Arterials Study and Transportation Demand Management Plan. Can’t attend? Provide feedback through CAMPO’s website until July 15.
    Tue., June 18, 4-7pm  
    Dr. Eugene Clark Library, 217 S. Main St., Lockhart
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    Out of Town

    Hatchling Release

    Baby sea turtles are released in batches, with late June and early July being the busiest. The turtles decide when they want to break from their shells and dash into the surf.
    June 1-July 18. Free.  
    Padre Island National Seashore, Corpus Christi
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    Out of Town

    Keep Texas Beautiful Annual Conference

    This year's conference focuses on the preservation and and growth happening across the Lone Star State. Keep Texas Beautiful seeks to empower Texans to keep communities clean and beautiful through deploying resources for local cleanups, recycling, and youth engagement efforts.
    Mon.-Fri., June 17-21. $170-430.  
    Rockwall
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    Civic Events

    Low Water Crossing Public Meeting

    City officials will discuss the potential closure of the low water crossing at Old San Antonio Road, between Akins High School and Southpark Meadows.
    Tue., June 18, 6:30pm  
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    Kids

    Make It Tuesdays: Juneteenth Jubilee

    The whole family is invited to celebrate and learn about Juneteenth – the commemoration of the announcement of the abolition of slavery in Texas – with a creative art activity.
    Tue., June 18, 10am-noon. Free with museum admission.  
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    Sports

    Pink Pilates

    Pink Pilates is a postoperative exercise and rehabilitative program for women recovering from breast cancer.
    June 4-Aug. 6. Tuesdays, 1-1:40pm. Free.  
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    Round Rock Express

    Nights of promotion continue with Princess Night (Mon.), and Alzheimer's Awareness Night (Tue.).
    Mon.-Tue., June 17-18, 7:05pm. $7-35.  
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    Civic Events

    Southwest Austin Town Hall

    Hear from newly elected women leaders about the end of the 86th Legislative session and the latest happenings in local government.
    Tue., June 18, 7-8:30pm  
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    Events

    Western Days Festival

    A family-friendly week of pageants, dances, and a carnival, culminating in a grand finale celebration including a parade, sports tournaments, live music, and more.
    June 18-22. Free.
    Elgin Memorial Park, Elgin
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    Sports

    Women's World Cup Watch Party

    The Eastside gastropub is showing all of the Women's World Cup games with full audio & visual across six indoor TVs, in addition to club soccer matches (Italian, French, Spanish, and English leagues).
    June 7-July 7. Daily; see FB for matches and scheduling. Free.  
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    Sports

    Yoga Ride

    A 5-mile ride precedes your yoga class tailored to the cycling body. Enjoy a dip in the Springs afterward.
    Tuesdays, 7pm. Free.
    Doug Sahm Hill, 885 W. Riverside (next to Palmer Events Center)
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    Sports

    Zumba Tuesdays at the MACC

    A workout fusing Latin and international music and dance, hosted in partnership with Primero Health. Ages 14+ welcome.
    Tuesdays, 6-7pm. Through June 25. Free.  
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    Yoga

    Full Moon Yoga

    Charles MacInerney teaches classes all over town but also offers private instruction and hosts retreats. Once a month for 18 years, he has also hosted Full Moon Yoga – a free outdoor yoga class. Go online for location and time details.
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    Events

    Host a Creek Cleanup

    Is the creek you love filled with beer cans and six-pack rings? All you have to do is gather some friends to clean it up, and Keep Austin Beautiful and Watershed Protection and Development Review will give you all the guidance and materials you need.
    Free.

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