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LBJ Presidential Library Reopens July 14

LBJ Presidential Library will open its doors to the public on Wednesday, July 14. The new exhibit, Lady Bird: Beyond the Wildflowers, celebrates the life and legacy of Lady Bird Johnson. The former first lady is often associated with promoting environmental...

Free Books

Buford the Book Bus is Austin ISD’s mobile library providing free books to kids throughout the city. This summer, Buford is partnering with the Austin Public Library's Bookmobile to distribute books at campuses where AISD Food Service will be distributing free weekly...

Pease Park Renovations

The newly-renovated, southern seven acres of Pease Park is now open! It features several new amenities you can play in, on, and around this summer, focusing on nature play.   RELAX IN THE TREEHOUSE Wind your way through Pease Park’s forested hillside to find the...

Win Tickets To THE BOSS BABY: FAMILY BUSINESS

Tell us who your favorite character from THE BOSS BABY: FAMILY BUSINESS is for your chance to win 2 Fandango gift cards (4 seats) to see it in theaters! Entries must be received by Thursday, July 1 to be eligible. A limited number of entries will be selected via...

Grant Winners

A group of 432 women of Impact Austin and 74 girls of Girls Giving Grants (g3) awarded a total of $203,800 to five Central Texas nonprofit organizations in three categories. This spring’s Impact Austin Community Partners for the community category are Austin Tenants...

Philanthropists Support Local Organization

Austin-based philanthropists Ryan and Annie Jacob donated $500,000 to The Arc of the Capital Area to promote and protect the human rights of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). Founded in 1949, The Arc of the Capital Area is a...

AISD National Scholarship Winners

Two Austin ISD seniors were selected for the Cooke College Scholarship out of a pool of more than 5,800 applicants nationwide. The Foundation selected scholars based on their academic ability, persistence, leadership and financial need. Liberal Arts and Science...
2021 Camp Guide

Checkout the calendar to see what's coming up

Cover Kid Contest
Dance Discovery
Camp Doublecreek
Synergy Dance
Stepping Stone
Nitro Swim
Awesome Austin: A to Z Ideas for Summertime Fun

Awesome Austin: A to Z Ideas for Summertime Fun

Austin, as we all know and love, has an energy and spirit different from anywhere else in the world. Here are some one-of-a-kind ways to get out and celebrate awesome Austin – from A to Z – in the summer days ahead!   Arcades Bring your Pac-Man and Skee-ball...

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6 Things Kids Learn From Collections

6 Things Kids Learn From Collections

My children love to collect everything from rocks to stickers. They bring my kids joy and entertainment, but they also seem to take up space and collect dust. I must admit that I have wondered: are there benefits to encouraging kids to collect items? While these...

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Maker-Minded: Raising DIY Kids

Maker-Minded: Raising DIY Kids

When your electronic gadgets break, does your tween fix them? Do you have a child that builds elaborate housing for pets and dolls out of scraps of craft materials and cardboard boxes? Maybe you’re raising entrepreneurial teens with ideas that could make them the next...

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Look Up!

Yesterday, as I sat on Mopac, fuming, as one does in Mopac traffic, I spied the Frost Bank Tower....

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Dad Makeovers

Dad Makeovers

I used to stroll around Target with two babies born thirteen months apart. What mom doesn’t kill a...

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