Welcome to our online community events calendar! Here you will find all of the local Austin happenings. Want to add an event to our calendar? Just submit your event or email us at [email protected] and we will get the info up!
This fall, Austin Film Festival is bringing some normalcy back to the world by reopening their physical doors and doing what they do best: hosting an in-person Writers Conference. AFF will once again feature four full days of enlightening panel conversations and discussions on the art, craft, and business of screenwriting with some of the […]Find out more »
TexARTS' popular "Best of" series becomes a weekly class! This six week session is a fun foray into the world of theater. Students will act, sing, dance, and features content from one of your favorite musicals! Classes are 45 minutes on Thursdays from 5:00-5:45pm and are led by professional teaching artists from throughout the Austin […]Find out more »
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month—Don’t Delay Care! Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, sticking to your cancer screening schedule is still essential – especially if you are high-risk for certain cancers. St. David's North Austin Medical Center is hosting a Mammography Screening Event at the Breast Imaging/Bone Density unit on the 3rd floor. Light, individually wrapped […]Find out more »
Join us for ECF’s free virtual Wellness and Safety Series. Our Wellness and Safety Series provide online and telephone access to a variety of health-related and safety workshops. ECF Wellness and Safety Series is accessible by any electronic devices such as cellphones, landline telephones, tablets, and computers. Via our collaborations with local organizations and experts, […]Find out more »
Open to everyone! Free with RSVP. Join us on the rooftop overlooking downtown, where music and complimentary drinks will set the vibe for a night of art and camaraderie. Explore the exhibitions Daniel Johnston: I Live My Broken Dreams and Crit Group Reunion, meet some of the featured local artists, and hear about their work […]Find out more »
Sally Jacques, founder of Blue Lapis Light, creates site-specific aerial dance works that speak to social, political and spiritual dilemmas. Recognized for her international efforts against human rights abuse, environmental endangerment, homelessness, and racism, her activist views inform her artistic journey. This upcoming performance, Edge of Grace, will take place outside on our 3- acre […]Find out more »