Officials behind the Circuit of the Americas facility have announced a new race to its event lineup.
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The series features a unique, multi-class auto racing format that brings together five diverse and technically driven categories of international racecars in battles of endurance at speeds topping 180 mph.
“The addition of Circuit of The Americas Circuit of The AmericasLatest from The Business JournalsF1 Austin race recruiting volunteersF1 Austin mass gathering permit approvedF1 Austin host committee list growsFollow this company to our schedule will be very well received by our fans and stakeholders alike. We know we have a lot of ALMS fans in Texas, and for our teams, manufacturers and sponsors, Austin and the surrounding region represent an important new business market,” said ALMS President and CEO Scott Atherton.
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3400 Palm Way
Through June 10
It’s the perfect time to stock up on all your summer cosmetics essentials, from sunscreen to self-tanner, waterproof mascara to tinted moisturizer at Camp Gorgeous! You’ll receive a great, beach-worthy NM Exclusive tote and beauty samples with your cosmetics or fragrance purchase of $85 or more.
Wally Workman Gallery
1202 W. 6th St.
Through June 30
The young and talented Ellen Heck has made her way back to Austin for the exhibition of her collection, Variations, which captures the feelings of both individuality and multiplicity. Each piece in her collection reflects her passion and skill for printmaking. This is an artist and a collection worth seeing!
The Gold Rush
Violet Crown Cinema
434 W. 2nd St.
Tuesday, June 5, 7pm
Charlie Chaplin’s first feature-length comedy tells a story of a prospector’s search for fortune in the Klondike and his discovery of romance along the way. This special edition is a new restoration of the original silent 1925 film. Click here to get tickets.
KGSR’s Blues on the Green
2100 Barton Springs Rd.
Wednesday, June 6, 7:30-9pm
Groove to the best of the blues at KGSR’s 22nd season of Blues on the Green. Enjoy the laid-back style of Austin while listening to some of the best blues the city has to offer. The event is free, so bring your lawn chair and get ready for some great music on your Wednesday evening.
Sisters of the Black Moon Trunk Show
1700 B S. Congress Ave.
Thursday, June 7, 6-9pm
Stop by Feathers Boutique, one of Austin’s favorite vintage shops, to see the lovely collection of Sisters of the Black Moon. They will have all of their web items, in addition to a rack of premium all black vintage. It’s time for great shopping, great friends and great cocktails!
Ekatva: Oneness Tour
The Long Center
701 West Riverside Dr.
Sunday, June 10, 2-4pm
EKATVA (the Sanskrit word for oneness or unity) is a journey of sixteen children from the slums of India who are inspirations for the one billion human beings around the globe struggling with lack of resources. The dance drama will teach Gandhi’s ideals of strength, peace and of course, oneness. The show is free, but donations are appreciated. Click here for reservations.
Hill Country Galleria Wine Walk
Hill Country Galleria
12700 Hill Country Blvd.
Thursday, June 14, 5-9pm
Join us for the Hill Country Galleria’s Wine Walk, a unique wine and social gathering experience. Get to know the eclectic mix of businesses in the Galleria while discovering great wines from all over the world. Start at Twin Liquors to pick up a map to guide you on the Wine Walk. Keep your map with you as your ticket for each wine walk stop. Hill Country Galleria Shopping Bags filled with exclusive offers will also be available to Wine Walk participants. This event is open to everyone, so bring your friends, family, groups or date for a fun way to spend a Thursday evening.
Maudie’s Moonlight Margarita Run & Gala
American Legion Hall (Gala) & Town Lake Trail
2201 Veterans Dr.
Thursday, June 14, 8pm.
Join the 8th Annual Maudie’s Tex-Mex Moonlight Margarita Run & Gala for a night of savory margaritas and a race along Town Lake Trail. Want to register in person? Join them on Monday, June 11 from 5-8pm at the Maudies on Lake Austin Blvd. for a Registration Happy hour! There will be drink specials and incentives for signing up for a Trail Foundation membership! See you there!
Idina Menzel in Concert
The Long Center
701 West Riverside Dr.
Thursday, June 14, 8pm
Tony Award-winning actress, singer and songwriter Idina Menzel, star of Wicked on Broadway and the onstage production of Rent, will be performing her new live show. With a voice full of power and emotion, Menzel is sure to deliver an unforgettable performance. Click here for tickets.
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Food for Thought
Dock & Roll
Dock & Roll is giving the classic 50s diner experience a modern makeover: located in a 1957 Flying Cloud Airstream on South First, this unique eatery serves up an array of sandwich rolls for the perfect summer indulgence.
The Extra Mile
With the rising heat, new fitness merchandise rolling out everywhere you look and the outdoors beckoning our presence, only one thing can be upon us: 5K season. Austinites are starting to get that all-too-familiar skip in their step as they prepare for the long runs and great trail scenery our city has to offer. Itching to put on those running shoes? We have a few 5K races that are right around the corner.
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