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May 31st, 2018

Social Diary

Out with May, in with rosé.

Texas Folklife Festival | June 8-10 Tidbits Pick! 
It's the biggest cultural celebration in Texas. In its 47th year, the popular three-day event showcases the Lone Star State’s diversity and rich heritage through a variety of ethnic food, music, dance, arts and crafts... and even a Texas marketplace. Get your tickets - the Texas Folklife Festival takes place on the grounds of the Institute of Texan Cultures on the UTSA Hemisfair Campus.

Summer Launch of Mirth Caftans I Thurs, May 31, Until 5 p.m.
Swing by Aquarius boutique to browse a trunk show of covet-worthy new caftans, shorts and pants from the Texas sisters behind Mirth

First Friday Rainbow Pride I Fri, June 1, 6 - 9 p.m.
MBS Yoga plays host to an evening featuring a super fabulous flow class followed by happy hour, shopping and surprise pop-up performances sure to delight.  

Rare Books Pop-Up I Through Sun, June 3
Madrid book shop, Elena Gallego Rare Books, has popped up at the Pearl in celebration of the Tricentennial. Great for Father's Day - shop antiquarian books, manuscripts, maps and posters focusing on Texas and Spain.

Eastciders Ramble I Sun, June 3, 3 - 7 p.m.
Hit the Burleson Yard Beer Garden to sip Austin Eastciders frozen grapefruit limeade while listening to DJ beats and watching a live painting sesh. 

SoundCream Sunset Sessions I Wed, June 6, 5:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Bring on the glittery disco balls, it's all girls on deck at the Pearl, featuring female DJs every Wednesday night in June.

Andy Warhol: Cowboys and Indians I Through Sept 3
The brand new exhibit at The Briscoe explores the concept of pop art meets Western realism. See Warhol's colorful series on Cowboys and Indians alongside pieces from the founder of the Western pop art movement, Billy Schenck.

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