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for Wed., May 6
  • Humpty's Wall of Breakfast Grand Opening

    In an effort to bring better breakfast offerings to North Austin, Humpty’s Wall of Breakfast will have its grand opening! Humpty’s focuses on customizable breakfast and lunch favorites, including build-your-own sandwiches, wraps, and bowls, signature entrees, and a variety of side dishes. Come grab some free samples on opening day!
    Mon. Mar. 1  
    Humpty's Wall of Breakfast
  • Explore UT

    Experience the Forty Acres in a new way! The University of Texas at Austin is excited to bring the wonder and discovery of Explore UT to participants in a virtual format. This free virtual experience will immerse participants in the creative and energetic environment of a top research institution with demonstrations, hands-on activities, and other interactive elements to incorporate in the classroom or at home.
    March 5-6  
    Virtual Event
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  • Food

    Food Events

    AFWA: Citywide Sugar High

    The Austin Food & Wine Alliance hosts this online bake sale just in time for Mother's Day, a bake sale in which Austin's top pastry chefs and bakers – from Garbo's Lobster, Juniper, Eberly, Uncle Nicky's, SRSLY Chocolate, Rosedale Kitchen and Bar, Second Bar + Kitchen, Colleen's Kitchen, Brand & Mortar Group, Epicerie Café & Grocery, Olamaie, and more – create a box full of sweet and savory treats. (And of course that box can also be delivered to friends, family, and others who may just need some deliciousness delivered right to their doorstep but didn't necessarily, you know, give birth to you so many years ago.) Note: Orders for Austin delivery must be placed by 5pm on Wed., May 6.
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Northern-Southern: Left In Leaves

    This is a group show of artistic interventions across the city of Austin, freely left in outdoor public spaces throughout May. (Note: Email the gallery for a map to the sites.) Who's involved in this fine endeavor? Sterling Allen, Ted Carey, Adreon Denson Henry, Sarah Fagan, Rachel Freeman & Korey Weiss, Emily Lee, Sean Ripple, Amy Scofield, Meghan Shogan, Amanda Julia Steinback & Staci Maloney, Alyssa Taylor Wendt, and Suzanne Wyss. Documentation will be shared on the Northern-Southern website and social media; at the conclusion of the month, the maps will be collected in a print zine, in which each artist will be interviewed. Northern-Southern will mail it to you upon request. And, look: The Chronicle's Robert Faires shares his own experience of the project.
    Through May 31
  • Community

    Events

    Sofa Sessions Benefiting SIMS Foundation

    In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, Sofa Sessions brings local musicians to your living room to raise funds for nonprofit SIMS Foundation, which provides mental health care to musicians and has experienced a higher demand due to COVID-19. Follow SIMS on social media (@simsfoundation) for lineup announcements throughout the month. Donate online or by texting SIMS to 44321.
    Throughout May  
    Online
  • Qmmunity

    Community

    Thee Gay Agenda Presents: Chairography

    Pole dancing gymnast Zoja Ulesoo teaches ya chair balances, tricks, tips, and some impressive combos you can werk all on a chair.
    Wednesdays, 7pm, Wed., April 29, 7pm, Wed., May 6, 7pm and Wed., May 13, 7pm. Through May 13. Sliding scale.  
    Online
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Vault Stone Shop: Mask Collection

    For this new group show curated by GD Wright, a coalition of artists – Ender Martos, Alexis Mabry, Jade Walker, Bale Creek Allen, B. Shawn Cox, Brian David Johnson, so many others – has produced and donated more than 100 fabric masks to be given away each day during the show’s duration. Also, each artist has created a unique commemorative artwork referencing their thoughts and experiences of the Coronavirus pandemic. These interpretations of a face mask will be on view in the gallery's window display for two weeks. Note: All the gallery’s proceeds from sales will be donated to purchase hand sanitizer for distribution throughout the homeless community in Austin.
    Through May 20
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