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    Deep in the Heart Film Festival

    This year’s edition of the popular festival features four days of movies and parties, including a 30th anniversary screening of Richard Linklater’s Dazed and Confused with Jason London in attendance.
    Thu.-Sun., July 20-23. $10-150.
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    In the first reinstallation of the collection galleries since it opened in 2019, Ruby City will present an exhibit of artwork from the Linda Pace collection by national and international artists.
    Through July 30, 2023  
    Ruby City, San Antonio
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    Purple Martin Parties

    Travis Audubon hosts a gathering to watch thousands of the mosquito-eating birds “swirl” into their nightly roost currently in the trees near Old Navy and Barnes & Noble in the parking lot of La Frontera Mall at I-35 and Highway 45.
    Fri.-Sat., July 21-22 & 28-29, 8-9pm
    Round Rock
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    Shakespeare at Winedale

    Since 1970, UT students have performed the Bard’s greatest works in the barn during the summer. Catch the season finale this weekend of As You Like It, Hamlet, and Cymbeline.
    Through Aug. 13. Fri., 7:30pm; Sat.-Sun., 2 & 7:30pm. $10.
    Round Top
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    Still Brewing Art

    The world-renowned art museum looks back at its history as the Lone Star Brewery prior to 1981 through photographs, artwork, and posters.
    June 30-Sept. 3. $10-20.
    San Antonio
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    Summer in the Park

    Bring a lawn chair to Plaza Park to hear Bluewater Highway, Hot Club of Cowtown, Sue Foley, or Del Castillo.
    Thursdays in July
    San Marcos
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    Wrede School Open House

    Just south of downtown off Highway 16, the small country school operated from 1896 until school consolidation in 1959.
    Fri., July 21, 11am-4pm. Bring a nonperishable food donation and receive a gift.

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