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Friday, May 14

Saturday, May 15

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Sunday, May 16

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Monday, May 17

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Tuesday, May 18

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Wednesday, May 19

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Community Calendar

¡VAMONOS! A Caminos Talk Show

Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center's Caminos program has created ¡VAMONOS!, an arts and variety show by teens for teens. Tune in via Facebook Live or Instagram TV. Every other Friday, 6pm.

Virtual Livestreamed Workouts

Check the schedule for a huge selection of livestreamed workouts and ballet classes taught by Ballet Austin instructors. Ongoing. Up to $12.50 per class.

Club Latinitas

Enrollment is open and ongoing for this free bilingual afterschool club for all girls age 9-14, which includes fun, educational activities with technology and media. Through May 21, 4-6pm.

The Big Bug Hunt

Join Austin Parks Foundation's Barry Rivera on a virtual bug-catching adventure at St. Edward’s Park with environmental scientist Andrew Clamann to discover the bugs that make our parks home. Sat., May 15, 10am.

Bedlam Screening & Panel

Sign up to receive a code to watch the film (available for 48 hours) then join NAMI Central Texas for a virtual panel discussion to learn about the film and the progress and challenges of mental health treatment and care in Central Texas, specifically looking at mental health in the criminal justice system. Sat., May 15, 2pm. Free.

Create & Heal: Art and the Celebration of Life With Dawn Okoro

Create & Heal works to help our community process the senseless killing of Black and brown people in America. Facilitated by Dr. Jacqueline Smith-Francis and opened with libations from Iya Nailah I. Akinyémi-Sankofa. Thu., May 20, 7pm.
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