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    Free Day of Yoga

    Conceived in 1998, Free Day of Yoga has blossomed into an event with thousands of participants every year, being run by Castle Hill Fitness for the first time in 2022. RSVP online with a participating studio or join an outdoor class at the beautiful new Waterloo Greenway.
    Mon., Sept. 5  
    Various locations
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    Free Monday Tango

    A delightful night of dance starts with an intro to authentic Argentine tango (no experience or partner needed) with Gustavo Simplis, and continues with two hours of social dancing with DJ G.
    Mondays, 6:30-10pm  
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    Visual Arts

    Sage Studio: Body Work

    Here's an exploration of all things anatomical and automotive, with two-dimensional art reflecting on human bodies and three-dimensional sculptures created around the theme of auto bodies. The show features pieces from 12 artists with intellectual and developmental disabilities – artists from Austin, New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, and California.
    Opening reception: Sat., Aug. 6, noon-4pm
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    Theatre

    Scratch Chapel

    "Are you an artist in need of a sanctuary to have new or experimental works heard? Are you yearning for a space to pray your prose so that the creative gods may show you your next step? Are you seeking shelter from spaces and organizations which promote product over process? Then, rejoice – Scratch Chapel is here!" It's an open mic situation every first Monday of the month, basically, where the Sahara Lounge "converts into a sanctuary (with a bar) for creatives," as hosted by Purdy Mischief. Performative freedom, passionate intensity, lights tripped fantastically, and if it's good enough for the likes of Todd Mein to stake a claim (and it is), then we say HELL YES! Show up to sign up.
    Donations accepted.
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    Tree of the Year Awards

    TreeFolks and Austin Parks & Rec are resurrecting the awards after nearly a decade, and seek noms for favorite trees in five categories. They must be in the city or ETJ limits, publicly accessible, and not a previous winner, but other than that, all bets are off! So get familiar with your urban forest and take note of the best of the branches. See "Kevin Curtin Hung Out With All of Austin’s 'Tree of the Year' Winners," July 31, 2020, for a fun history lesson.
    Nominate through Sept. 30  
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