Austin, Texas, may be the Live Music Capital of the WorldÂ®, but they have plenty more to offer than just music. Here are a few things to do in Austin this month.
When:Â Every Saturday until August
Price:Â Included in admission; Adults - $6.50; Children - $4.50-$6.50; Children under 12 months â€“ Free)
Bring out the kids for a thrilling day at the Austin Childrenâ€™s Museumâ€™s Think.Do.Make Exhibit. It is a fresh mix of science and engineering, served with a creative twist of art, invention and design/build challenges. The Exhibit is a sneak preview for the new museum coming to Mueller late this year.
When:Â May 5, 2013, 6:00 p.m.
Price:Â $150 per ticket
Farmhouse Delivery is a proud host this event, which will introduce Gracie Cavnar and her latest childrenâ€™s book. The family style dinner will be a celebration of organic and locally sourced ingredients. The culinary players will be James Beard, chef Rene Ortiz and pastry chef Laura Sawicki. Come out to support â€œRecipe for Success,â€ a local non-profit. You are sure to have a delicious and unforgettable experience.
When:Â Every Thursday at 6:00 p.m.
Come out to the Lucky Lounge on any Thursday this month to experience the sweet sound of Ian McLagan. This rock â€˜n roller has toured and recorded with a handful of notable rockers from Bob Dylan to Bruce Springsteen. The man known as â€˜Macâ€™ will be sure to give you a night of great music that you will never forget.
When:Â May 18, 2013, Contest runs from noon â€“ 5:00 p.m.
This annual gathering of punny people will be sure to give you a good laugh. Even after 36 years the pun-off continually keeps people coming back for more. Come out for the greatest entertainment from some powerful punsters who are outstanding in their field.
When:Â May 20, 2013, 11:30 a.m. â€“ 7:00 p.m.
Price:Â Starting at $200
Join the fun at Twin Creeks Country Club for an afternoon on the greens. Tee time is at 1:30 p.m. with plenty of food and fun throughout the day. Take advantage of the chance to support the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, a vital child safety education and outreach effort.
Austin, Texas, clearly has a variety of fun events to offer! For more information on events in the area, visitÂ here.