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Wine and Music
When: 3:30–6:30 p.m. Friday
Where: Bent Oak Winery, 2000 Windy Terrace, BLDG 2B, Cedar Park
What: Enjoy a sip of wine and the tunes from Austin-based Jazz guitarist Mitch Chandler.

Adopt a Cat
When: 11 a.m–3 p.m. Saturday
Where: Domain NORTHSIDE, 118121 Rock Rose Ave. #150
What: Thinking about getting a furry feline friend? Austin Pets Alive! will be at the Domain with a hoard of cats and kittens up for adoption this weekend. All adoption fees are waived and cats are fully vetted, spayed or neutered, and have updated vaccines and a microchip.

A Dia De Muertas Inspired Fiesta
When: 7–11p.m. Saturday
Where: The Cathedral, 2403 East 16th St.
What: Come in your Dia De Muertas-inspired garb to this curated art exhibit by several artists from the atxGALS collective. Expect live music, a curated open bar with festive cocktails, small bites and more!

Barre in the Park
When: 10–11 a.m. Sunday
Where: Meanwhile Brewing, 3901 Promontory Point Dr.
What: Join this donation-based, all-level Barre class on the field at Meanwhile Brewing. All classes are designed to challenge and educate students through their personal fitness journey.

First Annual Migas Fest
When: 11 a.m–3 p.m. Sunday
Where: Butler Park Pitch & Putt, 201 Lee Barton Dr.
What: Grab a ticket to sample takes on the classic Austin taco dish from five of the city's most well-established taco makers. Expect Ranch Rider swag, live music, cool drinks and more!


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