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Texas Folklife at Austin Fan Fest

Event Date: 
Sunday, November 17, 2013 - 15:00 to 18:00
Event Category: 
Texas Folklife Event

3pm Genuine mariachi music Mariachi Corbetas featuring former Big Squeeze participant Anthony Ortiz Jr.

4pm Mexican Son Jarocho music with local group Son Armado

5pm West African music and dance with former Texas Folklife apprenticeship master artist Jean-Claude Lessou

42nd Annual Wurstbraten - Walburg, TX 11/4/2013

Event Date: 
Monday, November 4, 2013 - 17:00 to 20:00
Event Category: 
Non-Texas-Folklife Event

Central Texas Foodways: 42nd Annual Wurstbraten - Walburg, TX 11/4/2013. The whole town has 250 people. So how does one church in Walburg, Texas, serve dinner for 4400 without a hitch? Head over to Walburg and taste for yourself! Sausage Sold by the Pound.

El Veterano Conjunto Festival

There are a number of conjunto festivals throughout the state, and the Veterano Conjunto Festival organized by musician Linda Escobar stands out for its emphasis on honoring Mexican-American military veterans and providing scholarships to young musicians.

H-E-B

H-E-B is a community partner in our Big Squeeze and Stories from Deep in the Heart and  programs.

Wobeon

WOBEON seeks to provide a quality source of news, events and other resources for discerning World Music afficionados at the local, national and international levels. At the centerpeice of our first offering is a definitive calendar of World Music events in your neck of the woods and elsewhere. Also featured are op-ed pieces by a fine, growing group of World Music luminaries who have a point of view and are keen to share it. Our start may be small, but our vision is large, our passion limitless. Stay tuned. WOBEON.

Elisabet Ney Museum

The Elisabet Ney Museum is the former studio and portrait collection created by 19th century sculptor Elisabet Ney. The museum offers a range of educational programs, exhibits, special events, workshops and lectures throughout the year.  


Book Woman

Support Your Feminist Bookstore, She Supports You! BookWoman began 38 years ago in an upstairs shop on Guadalupe. We started out as a collective called The Common Woman Bookstore (based on the Judy Grahn poem). From there we moved into Susan Post's house at the time, and then we became BookWoman and moved to 6th Street. Then we moved to 12th and Lamar, and since 2008 we're located at 5501 North Lamar. 

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