Black Swan Yoga has partnered with Alta’s Cafe for free yoga on Lady Bird Lake every Sunday in the month of August and September!

They will be flowing and glowing on the docks of Waller Creek Boat House. Class is open to all levels of practitioners!

Free parking at the Mexican American Culture Center.

If you’re looking for other fun around town this weekend, check out the Weekend Top Picks!

Time: 7 pm

Alta’s Café
74 Trinity Street
Austin, Texas 78701

First things first. What is a crowler you may ask? Can + Growler = Crowler, and it’s a 32 oz sealable can in which you can transport your favorite draft brews home with you.

Cuvee Coffee Bar is having an all day celebration of their 1 year anniversary! Here is a rundown of the day.

CROWLER NIGHT (6pm – 11pm)
Featuring Zilker Brewing Company with REAL LIVE CROWLERS making their return for this evening only! Get them while they are here!

Raffle prizes, outdoor games, and a photo booth competition are also making their appearances.

Onetaco UrbanTaqueria will be parked in the lot serving up stellar tacos all day. Different menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

The favorite local dessert truck, Hey Cupcake!, will be serving their delicious creations.

While supplies last, get a limited edition shirt printed in front of you from Ramona Press.

Express yourself with your own creative homage to Cuvee. The winner’s work will be printed on a limited run of coffee sleeves (must be present to enter)

Mike McKim will be working behind the bar during the crowler night to talk coffee, beer, or better yet crowlers with customers and the community.

Cuvee Coffee Bar
2000 E. 6th Street
Austin, Texas 78702



Radio Coffee and Beer is easily one of my favorite coffee shops in town. They’ve managed to nail the atmosphere with both indoor and outdoor seating. Not only do they offer phenomenal breakfast tacos from food trailer favorite, Veracruz they also have a calendar full of events all month.

Tonight they’re showing cult classic, The Princess Bride on their outdoor patio.

When: today, August 26th

Time: 9 pm

Radio Coffee & Beer
4204 Manchaca Road
Austin, Texas 78704


Coffee plus booze? Sounds like a win, win. Tonight at TOMS you can learn how to make coffee cocktails and be the first to enjoy a drink created exclusively for TOMS by Dripping Springs Vodka.

There are always cool events happening at the store, everything from movie nights, yoga to spin classes. This Sunday they are showing Clueless on their back patio.

If you’re interested in attending an event email them at

When: today, August 25th

Time: 6:30 pm

TOMS South Congress
1401 South Congress Avenue
Austin, Texas 78704

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Trailer food, live music, and a movie make the perfect trifecta.

Do512 is back at again with the third season of Sound & Cinema at The Long Center. Tonight is the last one of the summer!

sound and cinema

You can enjoy dinner from Food Truck favorites including Frank, The Peached Tortilla, Yeti Frozen Custard, Garbo’s Maine Lobster, Whole Foods, Uncle Louie G’s, and Boomerang’s.

Unfortunately, dogs are not invited to the party.

Tonight – The Sandlot featuring The Nightowls

Admission: Free

Food Trailers Open: 6 pm

Sunset Concerts Begin: 7 pm

The Movie Begins: 8 pm

The Long Center Terrace
701 W. Riverside Drive
Austin, Texas 78704

Austin Footwear Labs is celebrating the launch of their first produce with free food and beer tonight at Banger’s! Their eco-friendly sandals are made from recycled tires.


The Bat Conservation International (BCI) will be co-hosting the event alongside AFL! Get a drink and learn about bats with BCI Education Manager Dianne Odegard. The event will include a bat presentation and heaps of fun materials at the BCI table. This event supports the conservation work of BCI.

When: today, August 18th

Time: 5pm – 7 pm

Banger’s Austin
79 Rainey Street
Austin, Texas 78701

Hartman Foundation Concert in the Park will be the perfect, relaxing way to wind down the weekend. These weekly concerts are one of Austin’s true summer treasures. They are one of my favorite things to do to end a summer weekend in Austin.

Each week features a different ensemble of the Austin Symphony. This weekend and next weekend are the last two in this summer’s series. They will play an array of everything from jazz, light classical, pop selections and film scores.

The city of Austin at sunset is a great background as you listen to live music. Remember to bring a picnic dinner and blanket!

Admission: free

Time: 7:30 – 9:00 p.m.

2015 Schedule:
August 16 – Brass
August 23 – Big Band

The Long Center Terrace
701 W. Riverside Drive
Austin, Texas 78704

This weekly free music series under the canopy of trees at Shady Grove has become a staple of Austin summers, and it’s the perfect way to spend an evening.

As always, these shows are free, they have $3.50 Ziegenbock drafts, good food, and great music!

2015  Remaining Schedule:

Aug 13 The Suffers
Aug 20 Suzanna Choffel
August 27 Kaleo
Sept 3 Gina Chavez
Sept 10 Walker Lukens
Sept 17 Doyle Bramhall II
Sept 24 Jimmy LaFave

For more information follow the Unplugged at the Grove Facebook page!

Admission: Free

When: Tonight (and Thursdays through Sept. 24th)

Time: 8pm

Shady Grove
1624 Barton Springs Road
Austin, Texas 78704 

Blues on the Green is Austin’s longest running FREE music series. Blues on the Green veterans know the drill, but for first time attendees here is the rundown: You can bring in two factory sealed water bottles, blankets, chairs and your dog (must be on a leash at all times). The number one piece of advice I would say, is ride your bike /carpool, uber, lyft, take the bus or walk if you can. Parking and traffic around Zilker tonight can cause quite the headache.

Tonight is the LAST Blues on the Green of the Season. It really is a rite of passage for living in this great city.

Blues on the Green lovers  — Text “Blues” to 29217 to join the Blues on the Green alert club and get access to exclusive information and contests.

2015 Line-Up:
August 12 – Riders Against The Storm, Shakey Graves

Admission: Free

Music Starts: 8pm

Zilker Park
2100 Barton Springs Road
Austin, Texas 78704

Austin Footwear Labs (AFL) is a local sustainability-focused company that keeps tires out of landfills by producing high-quality, eco-friendly footwear. Who says you can’t go green and look good at the same time? AFL has found a way to promote and practice sustainability without sacrificing on looks. You may be wondering, just how does AFL do this? Well the answer is technology!

Austin Footwear Labs uses APX®, recycled rubber compound made from scrap tires through a process that transforms the rubber into a new virgin rubber compound substitute. This makes it possible to make a high quality and durable shoe that also promotes conscious living. The sandal outsoles are made of 50% recycled rubber from scrap tires that would have ended up in a landfill or burned!


The first line of sandals consists of two styles each for men (colors available: Red River, Bat Black, Burnt Orange and Espresso) and women (colors available: Purple Haze, Turquoise, Sand and Onyx). The sandals are uniquely Austin, featuring a laser etched 1921 map of Austin on select sandal straps and a logo that resembles a bat in reference to the city’s largest urban bat population! AFL is hosting their launch party right here in Austin, TX on Tuesday, August 18th! The launch party will be co-hosted by Bat Conservation International (BCI) and will take place at Banger’s Sausage House & Beer Garden, located at 79 Rainey Street. Bring the family and your furry friends out to celebrate the launch of a local Austin company that is saving the Earth one pair at a time!

Check out the sandals at and be sure and RSVP to the event via Facebook at this link: or at eventbrite using this link: 


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