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    Grow Locally Cook Globally Fall Festival

    Help Green Corn Project celebrate growing and cooking good food at the 20th annual fall fundraiser. Fabulous food from more than 20 local food/drink artisans, and live music on the back porch. Restaurants include Odd Duck, Olamaie, Cafe Josie, Confituras. Proceeds benefit Green Corn Project.
    Sun., Oct. 28, noon-3:30pm. $35-45.  
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    Goodall's Afternoon Tea

    Mmmmm, sip your weekend afternoons away with a selection of organic blends from Austin-based Zhi Teas and an assortment of traditional tea sandwiches, pastries, and confectionary sweets.
    Saturdays & Sundays, 3-5pm.. $15-25.
    Goodall's Kitchen, 1900 Rio Grande, at the Hotel Ella, 512/628-4200
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    Lone Star Farmers Market at Hill Country Galleria

    Sundays, 10am-2pm.
    12700 Hill Country Blvd., Bee Cave
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    Olamaie Brunch with Chef Edward Lee

    Why, yes, the acclaimed chef is in town (with his new cookbook) for the Texas Book Festival, and that's why this special event's happening, wherein Olamaie's own Michael Fojtasek presents his takes on recipes from Lee’s Buttermilk Graffiti: A Chef’s Journey to Discover America’s New Melting-Pot Cuisine and Smoke & Pickles. Tell you what: Breakfasty noms don't get any better than this, amigo, and the ticket includes a copy of Buttermilk Graffiti. UPDATE: OOPS, SOLD OUT!
    Sun., Oct. 28, 11am. $125.  
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    Sweet Eats Fruit Farm Fall Festival

    Located east of Georgetown on the banks of the San Gabriel river shaded by pecan trees, Sweet Eats Farm is a peach orchard that offers activities for the whole family to enjoy. This fall, Sweet Eats will be hosting a fall festival featuring classics like hay rides, face painting, and a pumpkin patch.
    Through Nov. 4. Sat.-Sun., 9am-6pm
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    The Boozery: A Haunted Bar Takeover

    If this is October, then that East Austin bar called Craftsman is transforming itself into a haunted pop-up boozery, offering spookily themed cocktails, scares, and surprises. Well, whattaya know, mortal: It's October! Pro tip: Try the "Billy Butcherson" cocktail with its Grand Marnier foam.
    Through Oct. 31
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