What’s Up? Weekly: June 10-14, 2019

Looking for things to do in Austin this week? What’s Up Weekly highlights some of the exciting Austin events featured on our Free Fun Calendar!

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Free Fun In Austin continues to highlight Austin area locations and activities that may not be available at this time. We encourage you to take all safety measures to keep yourself and your neighbors safe. It is our hope that the stories and features on this site will help inform your plans in the future.


Family Craft Night (Pflugerville)
Monday, June 10 | from 6 to 6:45 p.m. | Pflugerville Public Library, 1008 W Pfluger St., Pflugerville
Spend the evening indoors working on a different project every week.  Everyone gets his or her own craft. Supplies are limited.  Free tickets for the event will be available at the Greeter Desk 30 minutes before the program start time. For families with children 5 and up.

Cannon Belle Real Ale Happy Hour
Monday, June 10 | from 6 to 9 p.m. | Cannon Belle, 500 E. 4th St.
Cannon Belle will host a Real Ale Happy Hour on Monday, June 10 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The event will have several beverage specials including a $10 Build-Your-Own Old Fashioned Station featuring Real Spirits’ Signature Whiskey, $5 Ale Draft Beers and $10 Real Ale Whiskey Sours. Experience the local distillery/brewery and enjoy live music plus complimentary parking with a drink purchase! Glassware and swag available while supplies last. RSVP for the free event via Eventbrite at http://bit.ly/2HVzcNB.

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Summer Sunset Series
Tuesday, June 11 | from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. | Republic Square, 422 Guadalupe St.
Join for Summer Sunset Series 2019, presented by Topo Chico and sponsored by Outdoor Voices, in Republic Square. An hour vinyasa flow led by a Wanderlust Yoga Austin instructor and accompanied by a live musician or DJ. We hope to build a connection through the activation of yoga, music and community. This free event will be open to the public and catered to all levels of yoga experience. Every Tuesday this summer.

Family Movie Matinees
Tuesday, June 11 | from 2 to 4 p.m. | Pflugerville Public Library, 1008 W Pfluger St, Pflugerville

Enjoy a free screening of The Kid Who Would be King. Everyone is welcome. Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult. Rated PG.

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Play Group for All Abilities (Ages 0-3)
Wednesday, June 12 | from 2 to 4 p.m. | Easter Seals Central Texas, 8505 Cross Park Dr

Bring your little ones to play with us this summer at one of our free Play Group for All Abilities! This play group is designed for children ages 0-3, and we welcome children who have special needs. Plenty of age appropriate toys and activities will be offered. See you there!

Kids Club (5-8 Years) — Australian Dot Art
Wednesday, June 12 | from 3:30 to 4:15 p.m. | Pflugerville Public Library, 1008 Pfluger St, Pflugerville

Children 5 to 8  will enjoy a series of fun workshops this summer. This program is recommended for children 5 to 8 years old with a parent/caregiver. Materials are provided while supplies last.

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Magician Cody Fisher
Thursday, June 13 | from 2 to 3 p.m. | Lake Travis Community Library, 1938 Lohmans Crossing

Magician Cody Fisher – Expect a riotous mix of comedy, magic, and science education with Magician Cody Fisher!

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Georgetown’s Music in the Square Summer Concert Series
Friday, June 14 | from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. | Downtown Georgetown Square, 116 W 8th St, Georgetown

Music on the Square, a free summer concert series, returns to “The Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas” in Georgetown, just 25 miles north of Austin. These family-friendly, live music shows run Friday nights from June through August, with the exception of June 7, July 5, and August 2. There’s music for everyone including the Wilson String Band playing country rockabilly, Megatune playing reggae & Motown, Mike Hamilton playing saxophone jazz, and Lexxi Garza performing 80’s & 90’s covers.

The music begins at 6:30 p.m. and wraps up around 8:30 p.m. (weather permitting). Every first Friday of the month, Georgetown also celebrates First Fridays Downtown, when merchants stay open later for evening shopping. Bring your own blanket, folding chair and snacks (no glass permitted), or check out the charming downtown restaurants and relish a relaxing summer evening.

Captain Marvel Free Outdoor Screening
Friday, June 14 | from 8 to 11 p.m. | Community Cinema & Amphitheater, 9301 Hog Eye Rd

Mobile Loaves & Fishes invites you to a free movie night at our Community First! Village. Grab chairs and a blanket, bring family and friends, and enjoy this special screening. Come explore Community First! Village, pick your spot, and enjoy your favorite movie snacks from the Community Grille. Burgers, french fries, snacks, and drinks will be available for purchase (cards only, cash no longer accepted). The event is free, however a $5 donation would be highly appreciated. Donations can be made electronically when RSVPing to this event or via donation bucket at the venue.

We encourage you to support our Community Grille rather than bringing outside food and drinks.Dress in weather-appropriate clothing and don’t forget your flashlights and bug spray. We also recommend wearing closed-toe shoes. Like our Facebook page for all the latest news & updates from The Community Cinema. Dogs on leashes are welcome at Community Cinema movie nights! Interested in renting the Community Cinema amphitheater for a private event? Email [email protected] Movies begin at full dark and/or ~an hour after event start time, depending on the season.

Check out the Free Fun Calendar for even more ways to fill your week with fun Austin events.

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Dani Dudek
Dani Dudek is an Emmy-winning marketer who has been active professionally in the entertainment industry for two decades. She has mastered the art of celebrity spotting across the country, but does so best in Austin, where she runs the website ATXGossip.com. With a special eye for even the most minor of celebs, she is basically Shazam and IMDB together in human form.
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