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  • Austin Performing and Visual Arts College Fair

    Free and open to the public, Performing and Visual Arts Fairs (PVAs) connect students with colleges and universities offering majors in music, theater, art, dance, and other related disciplines.
    Sun. Oct. 20, 1pm-3pm  
    St. Edward's University
  • 4th Annual Austin Sister Cities International Passport to the World

    Austin Sister Cities International & Austin Public Library present the 4th Annual Family-Friendly Fall Festival Passport to the World! Complete with kid-friendly activities, face painting & international music performances, the event is free and open to the public
    Sun. Oct. 20, 1pm-4pm  
    Central Austin Public Library
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    Redwood & Ponytail

    Celebrate the launch of KA Holt's newest middle grade novel-in-verse, the book that Kirkus called "A glowing, heartfelt addition to the middle-grade LGBTQ genre." There will be rainbows and snacks! Fun conversations and books to be signed!
    Mon., Oct. 7, 7pm
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    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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    Austin Scavenger Hunt: Capitol Sights & Downtown Gems

    Gather your team and explore Downtown in search of storied buildings, green spaces, and famous concert venues, all while solving riddles, trivia questions, and completing photo challenges.
    365 days a year, 7am-10pm. $11.  
    1100 Congress
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    Bikin' Betties Social Ride

    Social Cycling Austin presents Bikin' Betties, a weekly, beginner-friendly, all-ladies bike ride that ends with drink specials and fun activities (karaoke, minigolf, outdoor movies, etc.) Along the way, bond with other two-wheelin' ladies. Join the Facebook group for ride details.
    Mondays, 8pm
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    Blood Drives at UT-Austin

    We Are Blood hosts two blood drives with UT-Austin's Alpha Phi Omega. Donors will receive a voucher for a free P. Terry’s burger. (Drives open to both UT students and the general public.)
    Mon.-Fri., Oct. 7-11. Free.
    100 E. Dean Keeton; 300 E. 23rd
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    BMX Safety Youth Program Fall Enrollment

    Among the lessons students will learn are personal development, BMX bicycle safety, bicycle handling and maneuvers, bicycle care and maintenance, and BMX ethics in the park.
    Various locations
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    Capital Metro Open House: Project Connect + MetroRapid Corridors

    Learn about the proposed MetroRapid corridors (they're proposing going from the two we have to seven – we say YES!) via the virtual open house, available online through Oct. 24. You can email comments during that time to the address provided.
    Open house: Tue., Sept. 24, 5:30-7:30pm. Virtual open house online through Thu., Oct. 24
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    Foundations of Everyday Leadership

    A four-part online training on the “head to heart” of everyday leadership, individual decision making, group decision making, and managing motivation. Students should expect 4-6 hours of material weekly for a total of 16-24 hours of training with one in-person session.
    Offered Mon., Sept. 30-Fri., Nov. 15. $35.  
    Online
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    Halloween and Dia de los Muertos

    Let’s Roam’s Austin Ghost Hunt

    Download the Let’s Roam scavenger hunt app and tour the haunted sites in Downtown – think more hotels and mansions, less West Sixth bars at closing time. No reservations, no tour guides, and fun for all ages.
    Oct. 1-31. $11.  
    1006 Colorado
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    Sports

    Music & Movement in Motion: An Active Aging Movement Class

    Each week will include a simple warm-up, movement steps, and music.
    Sept. 30-Oct. 21. Mondays, 10:45-11:25am. $15 for four weeks.  
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    Music Commission Meeting

    See agenda for details
    Mon., Oct. 7, 6:30pm  
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    No Lights No Lycra

    This is a weekly, free-form, all-ages, substance-free and judgment-free dance party – no drinking, no drugs, no Instagramming, no hitting on strangers, and, oh yeah, it's in the dark – with DJ Brian Blackout and a wide variety of tunes.
    Mondays, 8:30-9:30pm. $10 suggested donation.
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    Period Support Group

    LOLA launches a community space for period-having people to be informed, fight shame, and find kinship in the shared experience of periods.
    Mon., Oct. 7, 6-8pm. Free.  
    The Riveter, 1145 W. Fifth
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    We Are Blood: New Shirt on the Block for Double Donors

    Folks who donate at least twice between Sept. 1-Nov. 30 will receive a Sustaining Donor card for an exclusive T-shirt that can be redeemed at the end of November.
    Sept. 1-Nov. 30. Free.  
    Austin-area We Are Blood donor centers and mobile drives
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    Whole Kids Foundation Open Application for School Gardens & Bee Programs Grants

    These grants are valued at $2,000 and available for K-12 schools and nonprofits. Find info on the grant programs plus details on the application processes and best practices at www.wholekidsfoundation.org.
    Sept. 1-Oct. 15
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    Young Voices of Austin Volunteer Call

    The youth services nonprofit is in need of tutor and enrichment activity volunteers on Mondays from 4-5:30pm or 6-7pm.
    Mondays. Through April 27. Free.  
    First Austin, 901 Trinity
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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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