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Maker Faire. A family friendly, two day event celebrating arts, crafts, engineering, food, green, music and science and the Do It Yourself (DIY) spirit. Tickets can be purchased at Whole Food Market, The Austin Children's Museum and at Event ID: 10/19

Old Gruene Market Days. Nearly 100 vendors offer uniquely crafted items, collectibles and packaged Texas foods. Market hours are 10am-5pm. Free admission. Event ID: 10/19

2008 Austin Interfaith Arts & Music Festival. The Interfaith Arts and Music Festival seeks to provide opportunities for people of all faith traditions and nationalities to encounter the transforming beauty of religious art and spiritual music. Our hope is that such encounters will help us bridge that which divides us so that we may join together in celebrating that which unites us. Through art and music, we can generate a common feeling of spiritual unity among us all as inhabitants of this planet. The Festival presents live music and entertainment by: 1001 Nights Orchestra, Bereket, The Hindu Temple Dancers, Gospel Artist Grace Andre, CCM Artist Rachel Keagy, and many others. Location: Central Presbyterian Church, 200 E. 8th Street (corner of 8th and Brazos). Event ID: 10/19

Austin Film Festival. The Austin Film Festival & Conference features a four-day conference, eight days of films, and social events for filmmakers, screenwriters and film lovers. With more than 80 panels and almost 200 films led by over 100 industry professionals - screenwriters, filmmakers, agents, producers, the Festival & Conference provides registrants with unparalleled networking opportunities and access to the best writers and filmmakers in the field. Event ID: 10/23

The Horror Haunted House. Austin's newest and most horrific haunt. Opening Sept 26th, every Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday night. Open every night the week of Halloween. Location: 12617 Ridgeline Blvd - Lakeline Village. Event ID: 11/2

DinoLand Exhibit. DinoLand Exhibit allows you to see more than 30 life-sized dinosaurs will reside in their "natural habitat." Location: Zilker Botanical Garden. Event ID: 11/30

The People's Gallery at City Hall
The 2008 exhibition of the People's Gallery at City Hall features over 100 artworks on loan from Austin artists, galleries and museums. Location: City Hall, 301 W. Second Street. Call 512-974-9313 for more info. Event ID:1/30/09

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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