Keep Austin Active Reoccurring Events
[FREE] Tuesdays at 12:00 PM: Spicewood Valley Trail Hike
[FREE] Thursdays at 11:30 AM: Brushy Creek Hike
[FREE] Fridays at 8:00 AM: Friday Slow Walk in South Austin
[FREE] Fridays at 4:00 PM: Walnut Creek Metro Park Hike
[FREE] Sundays at 11:00 AM: Violet Crown Trail Hike at LBJ Wildflower Center
*To see all these Keep Austin Active Facebook group events and more (as well as RSVP), follow this link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/keepaustinactive/events/
Natural Fit Therapy Events
Saturday, April 2nd at 10 AM – Kayaking on Ladybird Lake!
Meeting at The Rowing Dock: 2418 Stratford Dr, Austin, TX 78746
Are you interested in trying kayaking? Let’s get together and give it a try. Meet Dr. Sarah King, PT and the rest of the Keep Austin Active group at the parking lot at 10am. You can rent a kayak, canoe, stand up paddle board, or a pedal kayak. There is also a put-in spot close by if you want to bring your own kayak to join. The Rowing Dock has waterproof pouches to rent as well if you want/need to take your personal items on the water with you. Learn more about The Rowing Dock at www.rowingdock.com.
Austin Community Events
All Month Long – Strawberry Picking at Sweet Berry Farm (Marble Falls, TX)
Visit the strawberry patch! No admission or parking fee, simply pay for the fruit you pick or the activities you wish to participate in. The closer you can get to ‘opening’ hour – the fewer the folks and the largest supply of ripe berries. Thursday is the best day of the week to come (we are closed Wednesday). GPS can have trouble finding the farm, so make sure you follow their directions.
For more details, visit: https://sweetberryfarm.com/spring.html
All Month Long – Tuesday Twilights 5 – 8 PM at Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center (Austin, TX)
Spring happy hours featuring live music, food trucks, artists and — of course! — wildflowers. Entry is included with admission, which is always free for members.
For more details and to purchase tickets, visit: https://www.wildflower.org/events/category/tuesday-twilights/list
Saturday, April 2nd – Cedar Fest BBQ 11AM – 5PM (Cedar Park, TX)
Located at: Elizabeth Milburn Park – 1901 Sun Chase Blvd, Cedar Park, TX.
Come enjoy The Johnny Trigg Shootout, a series of KCBS-sanctioned BBQ cook-offs in Johnny’s home state of Texas to celebrate the legacy and history of the legendary pitmaster known as the “Godfather of Barbeque”. The Shootout will feature 5-10 Master Series BBQ cook-offs throughout the state. Pitmasters will compete for a chance at additional prize money, trophies and the honor of being named the Johnny Trigg Shootout Champion. Bring your family for rides, games, food trucks, booths and more! Free admission. This is a rain or shine event!
For more details, visit: https://www.cedarparkchamber.org/cedar-fest-bbq-cook-off
Sunday, April 3rd – Austin Kite Festival 10AM – 5PM (Austin, TX)
Located at: Zilker Park – 2207 Lou Neff Rd., Austin, TX 78746
Now in its 93rd year and back home in Zilker Park, the 2022 ABC Kite Fest continues its mission of fostering childhood creativity. The can’t-miss festival brings Austinites together to fly colorful kites, try delicious bites from Austin’s local food scene, and enjoy a children’s concert and pet-friendly activities. The ABC Kite Fest invites people of all ages to spend a beautiful day with loved ones in the great outdoors. Free to participate.
For more details, visit: https://www.abckitefest.org/
Friday, April 8th – Sunday, April 10th – Revival Cycles Hand-built Motorcycles Show (Austin, TX)
As our collective existence slips further into digital abstraction, we at the Handbuilt Motorcycle Show believe something has been lost and it is time to revive the culture of physical craftsmanship. Although in today’s modern mass-produced world few young people are taught how to do physical work or are encouraged to embrace a trade, there remains a universal attraction to the beauty that can only be formed by human hands. The Handbuilt Motorcycle Show is an inspiring showcase of works from builders and craftsmen that combine knowledge, skill, and ingenuity to create one-of-a-kind truly hand-built machines.
Admission $40 for 3-Day Pass.
For more details, visit: https://revivalcycles.com/pages/handbuilt-motorcycle-show
Sunday, April 10th – Cedar Park Eggstravaganza 2 – 4 PM (Cedar Park, TX)
Some-BUNNY is hopping into Cedar Park for the annual Egg Hunt! The egg hunt runs throughout the event, so every child is guaranteed a chance to find eggs and win a special prize. Egg hunts are divided into small age groups and have no start time. Enjoy train rides, inflatables, a petting zoo, and photos with the Easter Bunny in the park. Pictures with the bunny and egg hunts will last until 3:45 pm. This event is free.
For more details, visit: https://www.cedarparktexas.gov/Home/Components/Calendar/Event/27980/1191
Saturday, April 23rd – Earth Day Fest 2022 (Round Rock, TX)
Join us for the second annual 2022 Earth Day Festival from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. in Old Settlers Park. This event aims to bring the community together while promoting the awareness to care for the Earth’s environment. The Earth Day Festival is a free event, geared towards all ages, with a wide variety of activities and services. No registration is necessary.
For more details, visit: https://www.roundrocktexas.gov/event/earth-day-festival-2022/
Saturday, April 23rd at 12 PM – Trail in Bloom: A Spring Celebration of the Trail (Austin, TX)
The Trail Foundation will celebrate the Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail’s 50th anniversary with a spring celebration during Earth Week. Guests can enjoy local beer, live music from Austin musicians, and fun activations all while supporting The Trail Foundation’s mission to protect, enhance, and connect the Trail for all.This event will focus on TTF’s conservation and ecological restoration efforts with activities for all ages and abilities to further these efforts on the Trail.
Location: International Shores – 1800 S. Lakeshore Blvd, Austin, TX 78741
For more details, visit: https://thetrailfoundation.org/trail-in-bloom-an-earth-week-celebration-of-the-trail-april-23-2022/