Looking for some local events to participate in this spring? Find fundraisers, festivals and concerts that interest you in our April-May to-do list.

Events happening in April

April 20 through May 11: Develop soccer skills

I9 Sports will host a spring soccer clinic at The Crossover for ages 5-12. The clinic will teach young players fundamental skills and knowledge of the sport using drills, fun activities and small scrimmages.
  • Sessions are held weekly on Thursdays from 4:30-5:45 p.m.
  • $115.
  • 1717 Scottsdale Drive, Cedar Park.
  • 512-647-7246. www.i9sports.com
April 22: Gamble for animals

The Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter is hosting its third annual Bets for Pets event. Proceeds go to the Jane’s Fund, which is used to help sick and injured animals get the elevated care they need. The evening of games includes heavy hors d’oeuvres, drinks, an auction and more—all while being surrounded by a unique collection of pristine and vintage automobiles.April 22: Party for a cause

VFW Post 10427 is holding its 15th annual PTSD Awareness Fundraiser, inviting the public out to hear live music, eat barbecue, partake in a live auction and 50/50 raffle, and more. Vendors will be on-site as well as a bounce house and water slide for kids to enjoy.April 23: Imbibe for dogs

The Great Pyrs and Paws Rescue and Whitestone Brewery will hold the third annual Double Dews and Brews Fundraiser, inviting people to raise money for the nonprofit organization. The brewery will donate $1 per every pint sold. The event includes raffle giveaways, and volunteers will be on hand to answer questions while guests visit with dogs up for adoption.Events happening in May

May 4: Hear an author presentation

The San Gabriel Writers’ League is hosting a Zoom presentation dubbed “Using Your Expertise and Enthusiasm in Articles, Blogs or Books.” Led by Sarah Hamaker, the presentation will focus on repurposing information, data and experiences to include in blogs and newsletters or to send to print publications. Contact [email protected] to request the Zoom link.May 6: Meditate under the moon

Flow Yoga Cedar Park will hold a full-moon yoga and sound session. The beginner-friendly event includes a night of gentle and restorative yoga, guided meditation, and sound healing with gongs and Tibetan bowls. No prior yoga experience is necessary.
  • 7-8:30 p.m.
  • $30 (members), $35 (nonmembers).
  • 202 Walton Way, Ste. 200, Cedar Park.
  • 512-260-9642. www.flowyogatx.com
May 6: Party with plants

The Northside Plant Market, a pop-up market for plant enthusiasts, brings together local growers and artisan makers from around the Austin area. Vendors will have handmade goods and locally grown plants available, while the event also features food trucks, local drinks on tap and a kids area for families to spend the day at a local beer garden.May 7: Fly a kite

The Cedar Park Kite Festival, which is presented by Angie Gonzalez, a Realtor with Realty Austin, will include kite flying, food trucks, music and performances.May 13: Raise money for Meals on Wheels

Opportunities for Williamson & Burnet Counties, the local community action agency that provides Meals on Wheels services to the two-county area, is hosting its Sip & Shop fundraiser. Formerly the Style Show, this event includes a luncheon with beer and wine tastings, a fashion show featuring Sun City models, and on-site vendors.
  • 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • $50 (individual), $350 (table of eight).
  • Lakeside Pavilion, 305 Buena Vista Drive, Marble Falls.
  • 512-763-1400. www.owbc-tx.org
May 14: Enjoy a Mother’s Day concert

Singer and songwriter Keith Sweat and others will perform during the Mother’s Day R&B Jam 2023 at H-E-B Center at Cedar Park. The event also features SWV, Bobby V., Case, Keke Wyatt and Day 26.May 15: Play in a golf tournament

The 23rd annual Chamber Golf Classic, presented by Toyota of Cedar Park, is a way for local business people to relax, network and support the Cedar Park Chamber of Commerce.
  • 11:30 a.m. (team check-in), 1 p.m. (shotgun start).
  • $600 (teams of four).
  • 3201 Twin Creeks Club Drive, Cedar Park.
  • 512-260-7800. www.cedarparkchamber.org
May 21: Watch a community concert

Band of the Hills is hosting a family-friendly concert at the Vista Ridge High School Auditorium to celebrate its 25th anniversary. The organization is a wind ensemble made up of more than 100 members from Cedar Park, Leander, Round Rock, Pflugerville and the surrounding area. The group will perform a variety of marches, fanfares and symphonic pieces.Live music calendar

Haute Spot

1501 E. New Hope Drive, Cedar Park



April 21: Michael Ray

April 22: Lily Rose

April 28: The Kentucky Headhunters29 Quiet Riot

May 5: Ruthie Foster

May 6: A Tribute To The Beatles with The Eggmen

May 19: Cowboy Mouth


601 E. Whitestone Blvd., Cedar Park



April 21: The Genders

April 22: Deville ATX

April 28: Suede

April 29: Chris Hoff & The Hill Country Half Timers

Steamer Lane Music

603 Brushy Creek Road, Cedar Park



April 21: Cory & Isabella with friends

April 22: SouthTrain Band

April 29: Craig Marshall

May 6: Kenny Hada & The Others

May 13: Gus Miller Band

May 19: Frank D’Angelo with Elsewhere 32

May 20: Family Shiloh with Ethan Elston