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From Tapestry tap to Bollywood dance, lots of events this weekend

 

1. Preservation Austin’s Into the Woods: Historic Homes Tour

10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 28. $25-$35. Main ticket station: Historic Browning Hangar, 4209 Airport Blvd. preservationaustin.org.

This year’s home tour, themed “Into the Woods,” showcases a diverse collection of frame cottages, stone-fronted ranch homes and unusual concrete-block bungalows. There will be seven beautifully renovated postwar homes that demonstrate the enduring strength and adaptability of Austin’s historic neighborhoods — as well as how renovations can blend modern updates seamlessly with historic forms and materials. Tour-day ticket sales will be at Mueller’s Historic Browning Hangar; finish with a cold beer at an after-party at Batch Craft Beer & Kolaches.

2. Tapestry Dance’s “April Fools”

8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday through May 6. $23-$34. The Long Center, 701 W. Riverside Drive. 512-474-5664, thelongcenter.org.

Tapestry Dance Company’s award-winning, high-energy show celebrates American vaudeville and features tap dancers assuming the persona of a vintage variety performer — suave song-and-dance man, a baggy pants clown, leggy chorines and more, each one complete with their own show-biz moniker. The eccentric production has it all: a tongue-in-cheek relevance to current events, breath-taking tap dance classics from both stage and screen and live music from the Minor Mishap Marching Band.

3. Argus Cidery’s 8th Anniversary Celebration

5 to 9 p.m. April 27, noon to 7 p.m. April 28-29. Free. 12345 Pauls Valley Rd #2. facebook.com/events/355984541474708/.

Argus has come a long way since opening as Texas’ first cidery in 2010. To celebrate its new milestone, Argus’ tiny taproom is hosting the biggest event the cidery has ever thrown, with three days of 10 ciders pouring from a new draft wall. Argus’ head cider maker, Wes Mickel, will also unveil the latest single varietal cider made from all Texas apples: Red Cortland. Come early on the day you decide to go — the first 25 visitors each day will get a new branded pint glass with their cider purchase.

4. Eric Church, Steve Earle & the Dukes, Texas Gentlemen at Austin360 Amphitheater

7 p.m. April 28. $35.50-$129. 9201 Circuit of the Americas Blvd. austin360amphitheater.com.

Originally scheduled for last September, this show was postponed in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. The new date comes with a support-act change that’s a plus or a minus depending on whether you like Church more for his pop or his country instincts: Native Texan troubadour Earle and his band replace previously scheduled Elle King. It’s good fortune that up-and-coming Dallas outfit the Texas Gentlemen, booked on the original bill to open, are able to return this time. — Peter Blackstock

5. International Dance Day 2018

1 to 4:15 p.m. April 29. $9. Ballet Austin, 501 W. Third St. balletaustin.org/dance-fitness/international-dance-day.

Countries around the world are celebrating diversity through dance on one day each year, and Ballet Austin is participating with an afternoon of classes teaching all types of dance. Classes include Bollywood dance, hip hop, Spanish flamenco, ballet and Hawaiian dance. You can also learn how to move to Britney Spears’ “Slave for You.” Signing up for a class ahead of time is recommended, as many fill up before the day of, and each one is $9.

 

 

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Date and time of the event – Sunday, May 3, 2015, 1pm to 5pm
2.  Venue: Full address, hints on how to go there – Ballet Austin’s Butler Dance Education Center, 501 W. 3rd St. Austin, Texas 78701 (downtown Austin Texas)
3.  Title of event – International Dance Day 2015
4.  Organizer – Ballet Austin
5.  Participants – open to the public to participate in a variety of world dance classes
6.  Description-Program - 
http://www.balletaustin.org/internationaldanceday/

ONE DAY. ONE LOCATION. EXPERIENCE DANCE FROM AROUND THE WORLD.

While International Dance Day is celebrated across the world on April 29 every year, Ballet Austin will be celebrating world dance on Sunday, May 3, 2015.

Join us as we celebrate International Dance Day by offering a variety of classes all afternoon from countries and cultures around the world!

Classes offered on International Dance Day at Ballet Austin will include: Afro-Brazilian, American Jazz, Ballet, Bollywood, Brazilian Samba, Hawaiian Dance, Hip Hop, Iranian Folk Dance, Philippine Itik Itik, Latin Salsa, West African Dance & Drums, and Zumba.

WHEN:Sunday, May 3, 2015

WHERE:Ballet Austin's Butler Dance Education Center, 501 W. 3rd St.

WHO:Open to adults of all ability levels. And on International Dance Day we also welcome children 10 and older (ages 10-15 when accompanied by a parent/adult).


Contact details: Telephone, email, website, postal address

Vicki Parsons, Director
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http://www.balletaustin.org/internationaldanceday/

Ballet Austin
501 W. 3rd St
Austin, Texas 78701

 

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Dance Day        يوم الرقص       Journée de la Danse       舞蹈日       Día de la Danza       День Танца 

a program of the International Dance Council CID at UNESCO
the official organization for Dance world wide
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