• The Moveable Feast Supper Club presents a four-course spring dinner with a few spaces left for the early seating. $40 per person, BYOB. Dinner location provided upon confirmation of reservations at email@example.com. Saturday, April 3, 6pm.
• Spring wildflower season is the best time for Texas winery tours. Download a free Texas Winery Passport at www.gotexanwine.org, and check out the tasting events planned at Central Texas wineries in the coming month: the Texas Bluebonnet Trail (Brenham area), the Hill Country Trail (Fredericksburg area), and Way Out Wineries (due north of Austin). Weekends, April 3 through May 2.
• Jack Allen's Kitchen (7720 Hwy. 71 W., 852-8558, www.jackallenskitchen.com) sets sail with Austin's Treaty Oak Platinum Rum to present a delicious five-course meal complemented by swashbuckling rum cocktails. $65 a head, all inclusive; reservations required. Tuesday, April 6, 7pm.
• Texas author and cupcake maven Jennifer Ross will sign copies of her new novel, The Icing on the Cupcake (Ballantine paperback, $15), and preside over a cupcake competition on the mezzanine at BookPeople, 601 N. Lamar. Tuesday, April 6, 7pm.
• Support the development of a viticulture training facility in South Africa by attending the Drink Well Do Good Tour to benefit the International Society of Africans in Wine at Roadhouse Rags, 1600 Fortview. Enjoy premium South African wines and music by Joel Guzman and Sarah Fox. Tickets are $15 at www.toastafrica.com. Wednesday, April 7, 7-10:30pm.
• Max's Wine Dive (207 San Jacinto, 904-0111, www.maxswinedive.com) hosts the first event, featuring Sweet Leaf Tea founder/CEO Clayton Christopher, in its Legends Lunch series, benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas. $60 a person; e-mail necessary reservations to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thursday, April 8, noon.
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