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On Our Radar: March 30, 2017

Independence Brewing First Saturday, Howler Brothers HQ Opening, Art City Austin, ARF Opportunity Matters Luncheon, Olamaie Masters Golf Tournament Viewing Party

CHARITY: Independence Brewing Co. celebrates First Saturday this weekend on April 1st for a wonderful day of music benefiting the Austin Music Foundation! Brewery doors open at 1 p.m. and music begins at 4 p.m. This event is free and open to the public. Wristbands are available for purchase and include three beers for $10.

FASHION: Howler Brothers are having an open house this Saturday, April 1st to celebrate their new HQ and their Spring 2017 collection. Doors open at 10 am.

ARTS: The three-day art fair and festival Art City Austin will return for its 67th year this Friday – Sunday at the Palmer Event Center. Art City Austin is welcoming over 125 individual artists from across the country to showcase their works and the festival grounds will also feature a number of exciting attractions including multiple art installations created by local artists and commissioned specifically for the occasion. Black Fret is hosting live music stage all weekend, showcasing some of Austin’s finest musicians. Tickets are $10 per day or $25 for a Collector’s Pass.

CHARITY: Actress Brooklyn Decker and Anna Dukes Delić will co-host the second annual Andy Roddick Foundation Opportunity Matters Luncheon on Saturday, April 8th at the Hilton Austin Downtown. The luncheon panel will include Mayor of Austin Steve Adler, data.world founder Brett Hurt, jewelry entrepreneur Kendra Scott, Civitas Learning president Charles Thornburgh, and the founder of his eponymous foundation Andy Roddick.

FOOD: Olamaie will host their Second Annual Masters Golf Tournament viewing party on Sunday, April 9th from noon to 7 p.m. Tickets, now for sale online at $25 per person, include one cup of punch, along with classic Masters’ snacks, including deviled eggs, pimiento cheese, peach ice cream sandwiches, and more. The restaurant will have cash bars and a television on the porch to watch the final round of the tournament shake out. The viewing party will also feature a raffle and games in the parking lot such as a putting green and cornhole with prizes.

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Written by Laura Villagran Johnson

Co-Founder and Creative Director,
Austin Social Planner

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