Saturday fun comes courtesy of (512) Brewing and other Austin brewers


Dining

Sour Duck Market. Sour Duck Market, the in-the-works restaurant from the Barley Swine and Odd Duck team, is hosting a final preview bake sale before opening in East Austin next year. The bake sale will be a partnership with Hops & Grain, which will pair some coffee and beer with the baked goods. Expect some smoked and barbecued meats in addition to pastries, showcasing two notable components of the upcoming dining concept. 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday. Free. 507 Calles St. facebook.com/events/816196568580668/.

Nightlife

(512) Brewing 9th Anniversary Festival. That’s right: (512) Brewing isn’t just hosting a party for this anniversary but a full-fledged fest with more than 30 beers, live music, a literal row of firkins and a bounce house for kids. Beers include (512) Nine, a farmhouse-style saison brewed just for the anniversary, as well as a pumpkin barrel porter and a sneak taste of the Whiskey Barrel-Aged Double Pecan Porter. The music is also not-to-miss, with the Wild Now, Mrs. Glass, Tomahawk Studios and more providing the live tunes. 12 to 6 p.m. Saturday. $18.21. 407 Radam Lane. 512brewing.com.

Second Anniversary of Red Line Brewery Tour. Train hop on Capital Metro’s MetroRail Red Line to visit three local breweries near each of the rail stops — Circle Brewing at the Kramer Station, Black Star Co-op at the Crestview Station and Zilker Brewing at the Plaza Saltillo Station. The second anniversary of the Red Line Brewery Tour will have a limited edition pocket tee you can get by visiting all three spots. Make sure to check the rail schedule ahead of time. 4 to 10 p.m. Saturday. Free. 1701 E. Sixth St. facebook.com/events/2074509186113366.

Comedy

“Dance Dreams” at Hideout Theatre. “Dance Dreams: Life in Dance, Improvised” goes behind the scenes of a ballet company — behind the tulle and ribbon, the sweat and callouses — to reveal a troupe of driven, ambitious artists who will stop at nothing to achieve their dreams. Each week, “Dance Dreams” improvises the story of this fictional dance company, covering their struggles, triumphs and rivalries. And yes, there will be actual dancing, both improvised and choreographed. 8 p.m. Saturdays through Dec. 23. $15. 617 Congress Ave. hideouttheatre.com.

Family

Second Saturdays with the Contemporary Austin. At this monthly family-friendly event, make a painting using your whole body, and also practice throwing paper pulp to create a work of art inspired by artist Wangechi Mutu’s exhibit, on display at both the Jones Center and Laguna Gloria. This creative afternoon is recommended for ages 2 to 11. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. 700 Congress Ave. thecontemporaryaustin.org.



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