2200 W. 35 St., ATX 78703
Saturday, July 25th / 6pm-9pm
Tickets $5, Kids 6 & under Free
The Texas Military Forces Museum presents 'Hands on History' on Saturday (7/25) starting at 6pm. Fun for the whole family! Climb in tanks and sit in a cockpit. Hold muskets, bazookas and machine guns. Learn about weapons and equipment used from 1812 to the present. Vehicles may be hot and challenging to climb. Please dress appropriately. Kids 6 and under, Free. $5 admission.
Presented by the American Cancer Society
@ JW Marriot E. 2nd Street, ATX, 78701
Saturday, August 29th @ 7pm
Tickets on sale now
Put on your cowboy boots and hat, saddle up, and get ready to lasso up a good time – all for a good cause! The American Cancer Society is pleased to announce the 21st Annual Cattle Baron’s Ball of Austin at the new luxurious JW Marriott, located at 112 East 2nd Street. The evening will include live music, gourmet southern cuisine and cocktails, fabulous live and silent auction items, and uniquely Texas activities and games. In addition to midway games, activities will include a spectacular raffle from Diamonds Direct! Silent and live auctions will will include prizes like getaways, tickets to sporting events and premium gift baskets. This is definitely an event you do not want to miss.
Every dollar raised by the American Cancer Society helps to save lives and create a world with less cancer and more birthdays.
Texas Museum of Science & Technology
1220 Toro Grande Dr. Cedar Park, TX 78613 directions
Now through Sunday, September 20th
Tickets on sale now!
For the first time in the Austin area, BODY WORLDS & The Cycle of Life gives visitors the opportunity to witness the body through time - as it changes, grows, matures and utlimately wanes. The exhibit celebrates the wonders of the body in childhood, adulthood and across the arc of aging.
The newly opened Texas Museum of Science & Technology's Grand Opening exhibition is also the Central Texa premiere of BODY WORLDS, the groundbreaking anatomical exhibition series that has been seen by 40 million people around the world.