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Zilker Garden Festival
This annual festival heralds the start of the gardening season for many Austin-area gardeners and has something for every member of the family. Location:Zilker Botanical Garden. Call 512-394-0205 for more info. Event ID:4/1

Louisiana Swamp Romp and Crawfish Festival
This popular Louisiana themed event features the best in Louisiana cuisine prepared by concessionaires from Louisiana and Texas. Enjoy an extensive menu of Cajun seafood. Location: Congress Ave. and Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Call 512-441-9015 for more info.

Bluebonnet Blues & Arts Festival
Head to Marble Falls for three days of blues music and art from more than 50 artists. Traditional Tejano Cajun Gospel Blues Pianorama. Paint the Town plein air competition and auction. Art Vendors. Crawfish, Gumbo, Fajitas, Beer, Wine, Sodas, Water. Kids Craft Tent. Location: Main Street in Marble Falls, TX. Call 830-798-1041 for more info. Event ID:4/2

Texas Hill Country Wine & Food Festival
The best Texas and nationally known chefs and wineries pair their best culinary creations and fruits of the vine at a variety of venues ranging from an exotic game ranch to an outdoor festival in the park. Location: Four Seasons, Driskill Hotel and other locations. Call 512-249-6300 for more info. Event ID:4/1

Dance Repertory Theatre: Ways to Get There
UT Dance Repertory Theatre faculty, graduate students and guest artists present Ways to Get There, an evening of world premieres in new dance and dance-for-the-camera. Movement... one means to an end. Location: B. Iden Payne Theatre. Call 512-471-1444 for more info. Event ID:4/1

The American Twenties
The exhibition explores race, religion, capitalism, love and modernism in the decade immediately following World War I through contemporary literature and art. Location: Harry Ransom Center. Call 512-471-8944 for more info. Event ID:7/29

Power to the People: The Electrification of Rural Texas
Walk into a world before television, computers, the i-pod, even refrigerators and running water. The exhibit, Power to the People: The Electrification of Rural Texas, is a unique story of one of the most dramatic events in Texas history. Rural Texas in the 1930s was still in the dark as electric lines hadn’t penetrated the beautiful, but rugged Texas Hill Country. Location: LBJ Library and Museum. Open Daily 9-5 (except Christmas) Free Admission. id:5.2.07

Bat Watching
The 1.5 million Mexican free-tailed bats that live beneath the Congress Avenue Bridge take flight in a mass exodus each night at dusk. Located at Congress Ave. & Cesar Chavez St. Austin, TX 78704.

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