Things To Do Near Austin, Texas - July 2013

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Real Estate Agent with Realty Austin 0520742

There are plenty of things to do in Austin, Texas, for all ages. From family days to date nights, you will never be left with nothing to do. Here are some upcoming events in Austin this month.

4th of July Parade – NWACA

When: July 4, 2013, 9:00 a.m.

Admission: Free

The Northwest Austin Civic Association (NWACA) is proud to hold its 40th Annual 4th of July Parade. The parade will begin promptly at 9:00 a.m. at the corner of Waterline Rd. and Far West Boulevard, and will conclude at Doss Elementary School. Come out and celebrate this wonderful American holiday with your family and friends.

Beginner’s Salsa Class

When: July 1 and 8, 2013, 7:15 p.m.

Admission: $17 drop-in

If you’ve been meaning to try something new, head out to Balance Dance Studios for a beginner’s salsa class. Whether you’re trying to find a new cardio workout or in need of some new dance moves, this is the perfect place to be. No partner is required and remember to dress to sweat!

Adult Intermediate Pottery Wheel

When: Every Tuesday, 6:00-8:30 p.m.

Admission: $200 for 6 weeks

Students will be able to review the principles and qualities that make ceramic forms successful. Three bags (75 lbs.) of clay will be included in your fee, materials from the stockpile are free to use. So what are you waiting for, get out to FirePit Ceramics to try something new!

Austin Mic Exchange

When: Every Tuesday, 11:00 p.m.-1:00 a.m.

Admission: Free

Whether you just wrote your first rap, or you’ve been at it for years, come show your skills at the Spiderhouse Café & Ballroom every Tuesday. You don’t have a musical talent? Not to worry. Come out and experience some live entertainment from Austin’s local hip-hop stars.

Austin Sustainable Swap for Micro-Farmers, Crafters & Generally Skilled Folk

When: July 20, 2013, Noon-4:00 p.m.

Admission: Free

If you have skills or want to trade your stuff, head out to Hot Mama’s Café in Austin. The possibilities are endless: swap home-grown veggies and plants, trade crafty creations and socialize while getting rid of stuff you just don’t need. At the end of the day, anything left over will be donated to SafePlace and/or Treasure City Thrift.

For more information on other local events, visit here.

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