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  • Community

    Sports

    Bike Night at COTA

    Cyclists can clip in and navigate the Circuit at Bike Night powered by Ascension Seton. Riders cruise COTA’s famed stars and stripes in a stress-free environment without the worry of city traffic while offering fantastic sunset views of COTA’s signature Observation Deck and Austin skyline. After the ride, cyclists can replenish and recharge with an ice-cold drink, mouthwatering refreshments, and great conversations and camaraderie with fellow riders.
    Select Tuesdays  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Fantastic Fest

    Badges are now available for the ultimate genre film festival, with options for those who want to enjoy it from the couch all the way to "Cult Member," with eight days of film, parties, super-secret special events, and more. A few features from last year's fest were Lamb, The Black Phone, and V/H/S/94.
    Sept. 22-29  
  • Community

    Events

    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  
  • Qmmunity

    Nightlife & Parties

    TuezGayz

    It's good music; it's queer vibes; you know what it is, babe: It's Tuezgayz! Come for the queer camaraderie, stay for the DJed sounds of Glitoris.
    Tuesdays, 10pm. $5 after 10:30.
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Women & Their Work: The Future Is Behind Us

    Rachel Wolfson Smith focuses our attention on the essential and grounding effect of beauty in nature, portraying constructed, intricate, and imagined landscapes, creating "an antidote to the imbalance many of us experience as we lurch from impulse to impulse in our tech-laden, consumer-driven, modern existence." Yes – an antidote to that, and a paean to the possibilities of graphite wielded by a brilliant hand and mind.
    Opening reception: Sat., Aug. 13, 7-9pm
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