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for Thu., Dec. 2
  • Texas Hemp Harvest Festival

    Presented by Sweet Sensi, The Texas Hemp Harvest Festival will feature Ky-Mani Marley, Gary P. Nunn, Cas Haley, The Mau Mau Chaplins, The Supervillians, Big Mon, Bo Porter, Armadillo Road, Soulfiya with Wi'Deya, Pure Luck - FT. JK Pinkus, Doug Moreland, and The Derailers. The event is produced by farmers, processors, manufacturers, and retailers to celebrate their harvest with Texas!
    Sat. Oct. 23, 10am-11pm  
    Carson Creek Ranch
  • Microblading 2-Day Training & Certification Course

    Don't miss out on this fall special of $1000. Enroll now and take advantage of SM Beauty's Boss Babe 2-Day Microblading Training. Learn directly from Sabha Mahmoud on how to turn your passion and utilize your skills into a 6-Figure business to be your own boss in the beauty industry.
    Sat.-Sun., Oct.16-17, 10am-5pm both days  
    Sixth Street
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  • Arts

    Theatre

    Into the Woods

    Composer Stephen Sondheim’s fairytale masterpiece comes to life outdoors in a contemporary reimagining for today's weird times. The musical surrounds you, using ZACH’s architecture and natural environment in surprising ways. Rapunzel lets down her hair from the Topfer balcony, Cinderella loses her slipper on the stairs, and the Milky White cow sculpture moos to life with Jack and his Beanstalk. Oh, to be right there in the midst of it all!
    Through Nov. 7. Tue.-Sun., 7:30pm. $25 and up.  
  • Food

    Food Events

    Otoko: Kaieki-Ryori

    Otoko's chef Yoshi Okai is launching Kaieki-Ryori, a new 12-course omakase experience served only on the first Thursday of every month. The dozen fresh-as-it-gets wonderments are presented, as ever, with consummate skill.
    First Thursday of each month. $100.
  • Community

    Kids

    Starry Night at Girlstart

    Learn about astronomy at Girlstart's mini planetarium and participate in related hands-on activities. For safety, masks are required, and activities will be done in the backyard as one family at a time enters the planetarium. Spots are limited, and available from 5-6 and 6-7pm.
    First Thursdays, 5 & 6pm. Free.  
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