Stuff you gotta do in Austin – September 2011 edition

this picture looks cold – which is what we want right?

Ok, so this blog & this series took a summer vacay!

I’ll blame it on the heat ok? As we go into September we can hope for cooler weather, and maybe some of the outdoor events will be bearable!

Saturday September 3rd & Sunday September 4th

Austin Cactus & Succulent Society Show and Sale – Zilker Botanical Gardens – FREE – Go buy and admire a cactus!

Monday Sept 5th

Free Day of Yoga – it’s FREE! all over town studios are giving free yoga classes, try it for the first time, try a differen style, try a different teacher, bring a reluctant friend. Learn the fountain of youth!   here’s the schedule and info – FREE DAY OF YOGA

Thursday September 15th

Dies Y Seis celebrations in Republic Square & at the Mexican American Culture – info on CITY OF AUSTIN website

Friday September 16th & Saturday September 17th

Diez Y Seis – 2 days of Tejano, Conjunto and Norteno bands, delish food and celebrating the start of the Mexican War of Independence  www.diezyseis.org

Thursday Sept 22nd thru Thursday Sept 29th

Fantastic Fest – movies for a week! Sci-fi, horror, gore and more at Alamo Drafthouse http://fantasticfest.com/

Friday September 23

Private House Concert featuring Joshua James and Cowboy & Indian – benefitting Love Hope Strength, a favorite cancer charity of mine – INFO

Saturday Sept 24th

13th Annual North Loop Block Party – 11 to 7 – all the merchants on North Loop will have dicounts, and sidewalk sales, food & fun. My fave vegan food trailer will have corn dogs!

Sunday September 25th

Austin Museum Day – my fave day of the year, really, I mean it, i wish it lasted 2 days!  I really want to try and visit a completely different museum than our norm of The Blanton, Bob Bullock & Austin Muesum of Art, like maybe the Elizabet Ney, The Texas Music Museum, or the Goodwill Computer Museum! Whatever we choose, it will be free and fun, there will be activities at many of the museums! Go get you some culture! www.austinmuseums.org/index/

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