Four Things To Do In Austin This Week

This feature highlights four events or activities in Austin and the surrounding area every week. If you have suggestions for events to be mentioned, please email them to info@missionmortgage.com.

1. The People’s Gallery 2011 opens Friday with a reception from 6 – 8 pm at Austin City Hall. See over 100 artists from throughout the Austin area, including the screening of short films called the “Faces of Austin” project. Click here for more details.

2. A new theater production called Black Watch is a play by touring group The National Theatre of Scotland based on interviews from soldiers in the legendary Scottish regimen during their time in Iraq. Performances 8 pm Friday and Saturday, as well as 2 pm matinees on Saturday and Sunday. For more information, please click here.

3. 2011 Oscar Short Films will be screened at Alamo Drafthouse South through next Wednesday. For run times and details, click here.

4. Our live music recommendations for this week include Jarrod Gorbel at Cactus Cafe on Friday, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals at La Zona Rosa on Saturday, and the legendary Gypsy Kings at ACL Live on Wednesday. Enjoy!

Compiled by Michael Ikeya, Marketing Coordinator for Mission Mortgage, February 18, 2011
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