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    Birthday Party for the Wolves

    Calling all party animals! Join St. Francis Wolf Sanctuary to celebrate their pack at the annual Birthday Party for the Wolves. There will be keeper chats featuring enrichment activities for the animals, a silent auction, food trucks, local vendors, kids' activities, and live music. It's gonna be a BIG party!
    Sat., April 17, 10am-5pm. $12; children 5 and under, free.  
    6731 Pavlock Rd., Navasota
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    "Time No Longer" by Anri Sala

    The internationally renowned multimedia artist presents a new immersive sound and visual installation in the city’s former underground water reservoir.
    Fri., March 12-Sun., Dec. 12. $12/$8; free on Thursdays.  
    Buffalo Bayou Cistern, Houston
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    Anhalt Western Roundup

    Everyone’s welcome to join in the classic country festival in the historic dance hall surrounded by food and craft vendors.
    Fri.-Sun., April 16-18. $22-70.  
    Spring Branch
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    Crawfish Open

    It’s mudbug season, and there will be plenty to sample along with an arts & crafts show, music, and other fun activities.
    Fri.-Sat., April 16-17  
    Llano
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    Living History Outpost

    The National Museum of the Pacific War presents the Living History Outpost series, featuring 25-minute interactive presentations with stories and artifacts on a new topic each week, ranging from Navy fighter planes to women in uniform. The Memorial Courtyard setting allows for plenty of fresh air and space for social distancing.
    Sat., April 17 & 24, 10am-2pm. Free.  
    National Museum of the Pacific War, Memorial Courtyard, 311 E. Austin St., Fredericksburg
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    Oyster Season

    It was a brave soul who ate the first oyster, and now the bivalve mollusks are on the dinner table. This is the time to get the freshest oysters as fishermen come into the Rockport/Fulton Harbor around 4-5pm. The annual Fulton Oyster Festival has been canceled for this year, but there are still plenty of oysters available at local markets and restaurants.
    Through April 30  
    Rockport/Fulton
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    Scarborough Renaissance Festival

    Lords and ladies with proper face coverings and social distancing return to the days of merry olde England for jousts, turkey legs, and merriment.
    Weekends, April 10-May 30, and Mon., May 31  
    Waxahachie
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    Spring Tractor Pull and Handcrafted Market

    Shop for one-of-a-kind items made by local artisans and thrill at the roar of the tractor competition.
    Sat., April 17  
    Boerne
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    Spring Transplant Sale

    Get a head start on your spring garden with organic starter plants, bring a picnic, and explore the 200 acres of vegetables. Plants can also be ordered online and picked up at a farmers’ market near you.
    Saturdays through April 24, 9am-1pm  
    Garfield Farm & Greenhouses, Garfield
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    Take a (Virtual) Day Trip Around the World

    Learn something new, visit museums around the world, and explore the hidden mysteries of life at the website with enough cool stuff to outlast any pandemic.
    Any day, anytime  
    Online
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    Texas Adopt-a-Beach Cleanup

    Join hundreds of volunteers as they take a walk on the beach for a good cause. Reservations required.
    Sat., April 17  
    Coastwide
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    Tour the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

    Visit the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston’s online exhibitions or take a virtual tour of Renzi, Bayou Bend, or the museum.
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    Wildflower Celebration

    The wildflowers are a little sparse this year due to the February winter storm, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be lots to see and do at the farm.
    April 3-18  
    Fredericksburg

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