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  • Community

    Out of Town

    Borntrager’s Public Auction

    Twice a year the small Amish community in South Texas holds a large auction of antiques, farm: implements and animals, and collectibles to raise funds for their school. Year-round the group has a small: country store that sells farm supplies, fresh produce, local honey, teas, handcrafted items, and on Friday: fresh baked pies, breads, jellies, and cookies. The store hours are 8am-5pm Mon.-Sat.; closed for: lunch from noon-1pm.
    Sat., March 6. Free.  
    Beeville
  • Food

    Food Events

    The Soup Peddler's Frida Smoothie

    The talented culinary crews at Soup Peddler are offering an artist-inspired smoothie to raise funds for Dell Children's Medical Center this month. The Frida smoothie – don't you dare say "Frida who?" or you can just GTF out of Texas, philistine – will be available at every Soup Peddler location for the entirety of March – and it's made from banana, cinnamon, vanilla extract, spinach, Himalayan salt, rice milk, and spirulina, with a flavor profile "harkening back to horchata." Harkening back to yum, we daresay, and it's sure to paint a smile on your face.
    Through March
  • Qmmunity

    Community

    Trans Crowdfund Live!

    In collaboration with Embrace Austin, Thee Gay Agenda, and Black Trans Leadership of Austin, tonight's festivities help raise funds for gender-affirming care for Austin's queer and trans BIPOC community. Ms. GIRL6: Ms. AmazingHead are your hostesses with the mostesses, with performances by queer and trans artists across Texas, including Vonne, Soups, the Trans Era, and more.
    Fri., March 5, 7-8:30pm. $5-35.  
    Online
  • Community

    Events

    Virtual ATX Veterans Ball

    Benefiting Samaritan Center, this event raises awareness and garners support for the mental health needs of veterans and military families in our community.
    Fri., March 5, 7pm  
    Online

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