In an effort to foster Austin’s literary community and give writers a break from noisy coffee shops, WriteByNight presents “Write Here,” an opportunity for Austin writers to use our East 6th Street space to write, read, meet other writers, or just kick back and dream.
Write Here is free and open to the public, so bring your friends.
Write Here boasts:
-a selection of comfortable seating areas
-free coffee and snacks
-a library of fiction and nonfiction books
-artwork on display by Austin artists
Our current Write Here hours are:
Tuesdays: 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Wednesdays: 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Thursdays: 12 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Come enjoy performances from Austin’s best belly dancers on Wednesday evenings at 77 Degrees. The 3-story rooftop patio bar takes drinking in Austin to a perfect 77°, the optimal cocktailing temperature. In addition to a palette-pleasing assortment of finger foods and hand-crafted cocktails, Wednesday night means deals on mind-altering hookah flavors as well. Stop by and enjoy $20 orange, lemon or green apple fruit head hookahs and $10 off pineapple and watermelon fruit head hookahs.
Sponsored by: San Marcos Greenbelt Alliance Minimum age: 18 Work with the San Marcos Greenbelt Alliance to scout and build trails in San Marcos natural areas. Volunteers are encouraged to join SMGA members in cleaning up more than 10 miles of trails in Purgatory and Prospect. There’s a lot of work to be done but first you need to complete a volunteer . . .
Creative Escape Instructor guided painting class $25. Wine Specials- $5 wine by the glass, $10 bottles of champagne and 1/2 Off bottle of wine
Brie fans rejoice! Join us as we dive deep into soft-ripened and bloomy rind soft cheeses (like brie and camembert) and why they pair so beautifully with bubbles! We will be featuring 7 cheeses from various milk types and makers across the globe. We will have bubbles for pairing available for purchase in the retail shop. The tasting will be accompanied by olives, nuts, and Easy Tiger bread. We’ll also bring out a number of additional pairings like chutneys and charcuterie bites, depending on that evening’s cheese selection. Note: Doors open at 6:15pm and the event starts at 6:30pm. You may choose to arrive early and separately purchase our wine or beer pairings from the Cheese Shop prior to the class the day of the event. Should you choose to bring your own bubbles, there is a $4 set-up fee. As the tasting wraps up around 8pm, we’ll give you and your guests time to mingle and enjoy the Cheese House, while we cut-to-order any cheese from the class that you’d like to purchase so you can re-create the tasting at home. Personal delivery of cheese directly to your chair. Does it get any better than that? A couple RSVP reminders: Each class is $45 plus fees. Once you click to purchase tickets, you will only have 5 minutes to complete your order. To pay with a gift card, call our events department at 512-531-9610 ext. 3 with your card number and pin number. Once purchased, tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable to other dates. You will receive a confirmation email from Eventbrite (Note: Help us go green! Only print this email if absolutely necessary). We allow individuals to purchase up to 4 seats; please note we can only guarantee seating for parties of 4 or less. (If your party is larger, contact us for information on private parties and tastings!) If you’re unable to purchase one or more tickets, that means they are sold out. Please sign up for our waitlist (once per person); we are often able to accommodate guests off this list. Lastly, remember that you can come into the Cheese Shop anytime and taste cheese for free. Our cheesemongers are here to guide you through the case and answer any questions. For more information please visit our website.
A discussion on how to use LinkedIn for job-hunting success will be presented from 8 to 9:30 a.m., Friday, May 1. A group of experts will be on hand to explain how to use LinkedIn to your advantage. Kelsey Haden, of Betts Recruiting, will provide tips for using LinkedIn from a recruiter’s perspective. Mari Payne, from Socialware, will give the details of her job-hunting success on LinkedIn and demonstrate how you can do the same. Host Tricia Barendregt will accompany Margaret Harrist and share her own LinkedIn success stories. No RSVP required. The event is free, unless you decide to eat/drink. (512) 241-0309.
NOTE: FORMERLY TITLED “THE TAX MAN COMETH: BUSINESS TAX OBLIGATIONS.”
Preparation of business tax returns can be very complex in light of the ever-changing tax laws. This class can help your navigation. Gain familiarity with the tax forms, due dates and the financial information required to accurately complete various business tax returns. Reduce your stress and frustrations by understanding what is needed before you start.
Registration is required. Please visit our website or call to reserve your spot.
This class is taught by a University of Texas Instructor and counts toward the 6 course requirement needed to earn your Business Skills Certification.
For Registration Information: Call 512-974-7800 or go online to http://www.austintexas.gov/smallbiz
Parking: Free Parking in front of building
Dear friends! Join us on Friday, October 6th for our Autumn EquinoxCommunity Healing Circle event at Soma Vida. Our staff of practitioners will be on hand to take care of your needs from 7:00-10:00 PM. Our unique community of loving healers who will be offering modalities such as: Acupuncture, Massage, Reiki, Energy Work, Intuitive readings, and Astrology Relax, refresh and regenerate in our special healing space. Come to heal your self – heal our community! What better way to start the Fall Season? A loving donation of $20-$35 grants entry into the beautiful space and one 25 minute session with a practitioner of your choice. Donations go to support several charitable causes locally, as well as abroad. We look forward to seeing you there!