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for Thu., Aug. 3
  • Texas Hill Country Peach Season is Here!

    Nothing is as tasty as a Texas Hill Country Peach! Peach season is here, so make plans to visit. Peaches in Fredericksburg and Stonewall taste fresh and delicious! Peaches are grown on soils with lots of minerals making the flavor content more complex. Visit the website for a list of peach stands and a map.
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    Fredericksburg and Stonewall
  • Fright Gallery 5

    Join Blood Over Texas for Fright Gallery 5, the biggest and longest running art gallery dead-icated to showcasing local dark/horror artists. The event also features live DJ sets, live art, special art showcase "The Void" and a seance photo op. 18+ (for content). $15.
    Sun. June 29, 5pm-10pm  
    Ben Hur Shriners' Ballroom
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    Bolm Arts: But Wait, There’s More

    Tim Kerr, Lisa Alley, and Jamie Morrison's group show unpacks music and the visual arts from their separate boxes to present this wild and colorful salon exhibition in which lines get blurred between all categories of creation.
    Closing reception: Thu., Aug. 3, 6-9pm. Free.
    5305 Bolm #9
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    Malum Malus Burlesque: Lammas

    The Wheel of the Year inspires Austin's most provocative performance art ensemble to offer this occult burlesque chantry of witches, a sexy af prelude to the rituals for Samhain this fall. Created by Blaise Ricin, presented by the Vortex.
    Thu.-Sat., Aug. 3-5, 8pm. $15-37.  
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    Small Steps

    Shrewd Productions presents the first world premiere of local playwright Briandaniel Oglesby. This "hilarious and campy, but heartfelt" play deals with the very real themes of isolation and loneliness, and the bravery involved in searching for real connection in our disconnected world. Directed by Braxton Rae, starring Dane Parker, Jen Brown, Trey Deason, Shannon Grounds, and Andy Shaw.
    Through Aug. 12. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 5pm
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    Split Britches: Last Gasp

    Equipped with a bulletproof vest, some know-how, and a touch of irony, two icons of lesbian-feminist theatre use spoken word and movement as a call and response to urgent global predicaments. Peggy Shaw’s poetic musings are interspersed with Lois Weaver’s dance essays in which she wryly upends "how-to mania," with the duo hitting upon survival strategies for a world collapsing around them.
    Thu.-Sun., Aug 3-6, 8pm. $15-50.  
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