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Here are five upcoming events in Austin, Texas that you should make note of and consider attending!

Patty Griffin, Sara Watkins, and Anais Mitchell
On March 22nd, Anais Mitchell and Sara Watkins will join Grammy Award-winning singer Patty Griffin for a show at the Bass Concert Hall that is described as being in the style of “singers-in-the-round.” All three folk singers will be appearing and playing together in an event that is sure to delight fans of bluegrass Americana and stripped-down songwriting.

Hunt Slonem
Until March 31st, you will be able to visit The Russell Collection to check out the self-titled art exhibit of internationally-acclaimed painter, sculptor, and printmaker Hunt Slonem. His work has long been seen as being both captivating and colorful, taking inspiration from all of his travels, as well as the plant life from the locations that he’s visited. He expresses upon that fascination by repeatedly representing smaller creatures in all of his pieces.

Texas Wine Series at Flat Creek Estate
On March 20th, visit Flat Creek Estate after running your choice of a 5K, 10K, or half marathon through the Hill Country and receive food, a wine flight, a commemorative wine glass, and other delicious treats. If running isn’t something that you enjoy, you can still attend this fun event by paying a $45 fee. All proceeds will benefit A World for Children, which is a nonprofit organization that helps fostered and abused children throughout the entire state of Texas.

Shen Yun
From March 21st to March 22nd, visit The Long Center for the Performing Arts to see this amazing show that originated in New York. Inspired by modern China’s communist suppression of more traditionalist beliefs from ancient China, the show features a symphonic orchestra, 21 dancers, and scenic tapestries.

Hanya Yanagihara
On March 23rd, the author of The People in the Trees will appear at BookPeople to sign copies of his new book, A Little Life. Additionally, he will also sit down for an exclusive interview with Clay Smith, the editor-in-chief of Kirkus Reviews.

These events are why people chose to an Austin Home Search and want to move to this diverse city!