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for Mon., April 17
  • Colors of Dance

    Join the School of Indian Percussion & Music for an enchanting evening celebrating the rich cultural heritage of India at "Colors of Dance." Immerse yourself in the vibrant rhythms and graceful movements of traditional Indian classical dance, featuring captivating performances of Kathak and Bharatnatyam.
    Sat. June 22, 6pm  
    Anderson High School
  • "Out of Homeland" Concert

    Ukrainian composer and Austinite Alex Syedin debuts his new contemporary classical piano album "Out of Homeland," which includes 12 original compositions. The album is dedicated to all who have been forced to leave their homelands because of war. "Out of Homeland" concert is hosted by Liberty Ukraine Foundation.
    Sat. June 15, 4pm-7pm  
    Steinway Piano Gallery
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  • Music

    Hey Loretta! Hillbilly Hoedown & Pie Social benefiting the SIMS Foundation

    Since 1996, Austin artists have paid birthday tribute to Loretta Lynn with a pie social – inspired by the contest where the country legend met her husband when she was 15. Lynn passed away last year at age 90, but the tradition continues with a slew of artists honoring the Coal Miner’s Daughter, led by rockabilly queens Rosie Flores and Southern Culture on the Skids’ Mary Huff. Other honky-tonk angels include Brennen Leigh, Amber Digby, Marti Brom, Summer Dean, Teri Joyce, Janet Lynn, and Kathryn Legendre, while Shinyribs’ Kevin Russell leads the pie auction – all benefiting the SIMS Foundation.
    Mon., April 17, 7pm. $20 cover.  
  • Community

    Sports

    Free Weekly Workouts at Waterloo Greenway

    Get your feel-good movement on in a beautiful outdoor space with Castle Hill Fitness and various other community studios. Mondays feature yoga and live music, Tuesdays will offer energetic fitness or dance-based workouts, and Sundays are for self-care with an eclectic mix of mindful movement.
    Through June 6. Mon. & Tue., 6pm; Sun., 9am. Free.  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Memories of Murder (2003)

    World Cinema Classics: This Korean cop film from future Oscar winner Bong Joon-ho is based on the country's first real serial killer case in 1986, a case that flummoxed the police along with everyone else.
    Mon., April 17, 7pm  
  • Arts

    Comedy

    Moontower Comedy: Just for Laughs

    With two weeks of national and international headliners in larger venues – The Paramount Theatre, Stateside at the Paramount, and ACL Live at The Moody Theater – and a four-day comedy club binge taking over the city from April 19-22, you can see more, better, funnier comedians right here in Austin than you'll see anywhere on the planet. Devon Walker. Seth Myers. Samantha Bee. Leslie Jones. Jenny Slate. Vir Das. Maria Bamford. The Sklar Brothers. Howie Mandel. Preacher Lawson. And, yes, many, many more. See website for details!
    April 12-23. $150 (Club badge).  
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