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.  Penn & Teller bring their magic and comedy to the Paramount Theatre on Friday. Click here for more details.

2.  Photojournalist Diana Walker’s exhibit at the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History closes on Saturday. See her up close coverage for Time Magazine of the Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush, and Clinton White House years before it’s gone.  For more information, please click here.

3.  The Louisiana Swamp Thing and Crawfish Festival takes over Buda City Park on Saturday. Live music, including Papa Grows Funk and George Clinton plus 7,000 lbs of crawfish. Click here to learn more.

4.  Live music options abound as usual! Fast Forward Austin at Space 12 features modern classical music on Saturday, Real Estate plays the Parish on Sunday (had to include that one for obvious reasons), Coheed and Cambria at Stubb’s on Monday, and David Crosby & Graham Nash at Bass Concert Hall on Tuesday.

Compiled by Michael Ikeya, Marketing Coordinator for Mission Mortgage, April 8, 2011
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