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4th Annual Austin Asian Film Festival

Austin Civic Orchestra Fall Concert
The Austin Civic Orchestra presents a concert entitled, "Made in America," highlighting music by American composers Leonard Berstein, Aaron Coplan, George Gershwin and Howard Hanson. Location: Bethany Lutheran Church, 3701 W. Slaughter Lane. Call 512-301-7370 for more info.

24th Annual Tour de Gruene Bicycle Classic
Participants enjoy a leisurely ride through the Texas Hill Country or competitive time trials with prizes for the best course records. Among famous past participants are seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong and five-time winner Eddie Merckx. A celebrity slow race and an antique & classic bicycle show round out the events. Location: Gruene Historic District in New Braunfels. Event ID: 11/4

Austin Celtic Festival
The Austin Celtic Festival is two days and four stages and presents nearly 200 artists; dancers, actors, musicians and storyteller. Location: Fiesta Gardens. Event ID:11/4

Texas Book Festival
Showcasing Texas and nationally known authors, the festival features panel discussions, book readings, signings, live music and a children’s tent. Location: Texas State Capitol. Call 512-477-4055 for more info. Event ID:11/4

Tuna Does Vegas
Yup, it’s a brand new play in the GREATER TUNA quartet. What happens in Tuna doesn’t always stay in Tuna, and that’s when the fun begins. Joe Sears and Jaston Williams bring their hilarious characters from Texas’ third smallest town for a rambling romp in Sin City. When Aunt Pearl meets Elvis, you can place your bets on big laughs. Location: The Paramount Theatre. Call 866-4GET-TIX for more info. Event ID:11/11

The Seagull, A comedy by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov
"The Seagull," written by Anton Cehkhov, is a comedy about love, art and the passage of youth. A boy discovers that a dream-come-true might be just as painful as a dream denied. Location: The Off Center: 2211-A Hidalgo. Call 512-450-4395 for more info. Event ID: 11/3

Live From the Plaza
Enjoy free live music from local musicians at noon each Friday. Concerts are held outdoors at the steps of Austin City Hall. Event ID:12/14

Rehearsing the American Dream: Arthur Miller's Critical Theater
The American playwright Arthur Miller (1915-2005) articulated an unparalleled engagement with his historical moment through such plays as Death of a Salesman and The Crucible. The exhibition uses Miller's plays to explore conscience in its theatrical expression: as an intertwined and interdependent political and emotional life. Event ID:1/08

Every Day Objects: Extra-Ordinary Austin Designs
In the Austin Museum of Art's first design exhibition, art objects are juxtaposed with design objects in every day life. Location: Austin Museum of Art - Downtown. Call 512-495-9224 for more info. Event ID:11/3

Wimberley Market Day
On the first Saturday of the month from April through December, find the unusual and unique at Wimberley Market Day. Over four hundred and fifty vendor booths line tree-covered paths winding over sixteen acres, filled with everything from crafts to furniture. Location: Lions Field, Wimberley, TX. Call 512-847-2201 for more info. Event ID:12/1

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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