Things To Do In Austin, Texas - October 2013

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Real Estate Agent with Realty Austin 0520742

Fall is in motion and the weather is beautiful in Austin, Texas. Take advantage of this time of year and spend as much time outside as possible. Whether you’re looking for something to do on the weekend, or a fun event during the week, there is plenty to do whenever you’re free. Here are some events going on near you this month...

 

Fredericksburg Oktoberfest

When: October 4 – 6

Admission: $7

The Fredericksburg Oktoberfest helps locals celebrate their German heritage with one another. It is a colorful and festive celebration that is fun for the whole family. With music, arts and crafts and other activities, you can’t go wrong.

Austin City Limits Music Festival

When: October 4 – 6

Admission: $225

Head out to Zilker Park in Austin for 3 days of fun for everyone. Enjoy time with other locals celebrating all of the music and culture that Austin has to offer.

Mediterranean Festival

When:  October 18 – 19

Admission: $5

The Mediterranean Festival is one of Austin’s most beloved, delicious and fun-filled festivals. It’s the 81st annual event and throughout the years, it keeps getting better and better. Rain or shine, the festival is sure to be fun for the whole family.

Goblins in the Garden

When: October 26 - 27

Admission: Free

This Halloween Bash is sure to be fun for the whole family. Children are able to trick-or-treat throughout the courtyard and explore the haunted tower, there are also events for everyone like a scavenger hunt and arts and crafts.

Texas Book Festival

When: October 26-27

Admission: Free

The Texas Book Festival is free and open to everyone, one of the many good things. The event is kept alive by sponsors, donors and volunteers, and is a favorite of residents near Austin. The Festival brings books to life for children in low-income schools, promote creative writing among Texas students.

 

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