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    Children's Books Read by Jayda Marie

    Local YouTuber Jayda Marie has been uploading videos of herself reading books for children, and so far has read The Very Hungry Caterpillar, The Berenstain Bears Get the Gimmies, and more. It's basically a virtual storytime at the library!
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    Lights, Camera, Safety PSA Contest

    City of Austin's Safe Routes to School program invites seventh and eighth grade students to create their very own public service announcement (a short educational video) showing how to walk, bike, and roll to school safely. The winning filmmakers get Alamo Drafthouse gift cards, and their video will be shown in middle schools across Austin. Get all the details and submit your entry online.
    March 10-30  
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    Spring Academy at Topgolf

    Three days of golf instruction and entertainment for kids ages 6-12.
    Mon.-Wed., March 16-18. $119.  
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    [CANCELED] "Beach Party" Spring Break Art Camp

    Art Garage is closed to the public for now but is offering curbside to-go and home delivery. : Feel those tropical vibes as you paint a flamingo canvas and tiki-inspired ceramic, tie-dye a bandanna, and create sea turtle fused glass art in addition to other beach themed artwork. Pre-registration is required. Spots are limited and fill up fast, so sign up today!
    Mon.-Fri., March 16-20. $329.  
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    [CANCELED] The Very Hungry Caterpillar at Zilker Botanical Garden

    The garden is closed to the public through March 30. The exhibit celebrates the 50th anniversary of Eric Carle's classic, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, with a fam-friendly "storywalk," photo opportunities, games, and more.
    Through March 22. Included with admission.  
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    [CANCELED] Robot Mania: Spring Break at the Science Mill

    Science Mill is closing from March 13-24 due to COVID-19. : Spring break at the Science Mill gives kids a chance to race, build, and code robots at special pop-up stations all over the museum. Check the Science Mill website for activity dates and times.
    March 9-13 & 16-20, 10am-4pm. $5.50-11; ages 2 & under, free.  
    Science Mill, 101 S. Lady Bird Ln., Johnson City

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