Editor’s note: The Dripping Springs Founders Day parade on April 28 has been canceled due to severe weather.

Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out these 10 events around Austin and Dripping Springs.

April 27-30: See Filigree Theatre’s ‘Tide’

The Filigree Theatre’s production of “Tide” will close April 30. Tickets are still available for the site-specific production at the Moontower Cider Co. this weekend from April 27-30. “Tide” is directed by Elizabeth V. Newman and written by Molly Wagner.April 28-30: Celebrate Founders Day

The 34th annual Dripping Springs Founders Day celebration lasts over three days and is kicked off by a parade on Mercer Street. The weekend will consist of music, vendors, entertainment and a carnival.April 28-May 29: Shop a spring market

The third annual May Market at Blue Genie Art Bazaar will open April 28, consisting of over 100 regional artists and artisans showcasing their work.April 29-30: Celebrate Willie Nelson’s Birthday

Every Birds Barbershop location will celebrate country singer-songwriter Willie Nelson’s 90th birthday with complimentary braids and bandanas. Drinks will be served in custom koozies, and a soundtrack featuring Willie Nelson will play throughout the weekend.April 29: Attend an art festival

The 15th annual Sunset Valley Artfest includes over 130 vendors, two stages of live music, food trucks and family-friendly activities for kids. The artisans will feature handmade wares, including oil paintings, drawings, sculptures, glass creations, jewelry, pottery, woodwork items and more. The live music lineup includes Los Texmaniacs and former Texas Tornados members Augie Meyers and Flaco Jimenez.April 29: Enjoy a longstanding Austin tradition

The 58th Eeyore’s Birthday party will be hosted at Pease District Park for a daylong festival operated by the Friends of the Forest Foundation. The festival benefits local nonprofits and includes live music, vendors and maypole dancing.April 29: Pair free pizza with wine

Cape Bottle Room, an East Austin wine bar, is celebrating its first anniversary with free pizza from Nocco’s Pizza and a DJ set.April 30: Attend an anniversary party

Snap Kitchen will be celebrating its 13th anniversary April 30 with free tastings, spin-to-win prizes, food, giveaways and DJs in select stores.
  • 9 a.m.-8 p.m.
  • Free
  • 4301 W. William Cannon Drive, Bldg. G, Ste. 300, Austin; 10001 Research Blvd., Austin; 1014 W. Sixth St., Austin
  • www.snapkitchen.com
Through April 30: Catch Zach Theatre’s ‘Roe’

April 30 is the last day to see Zach Theatre’s production of “Roe”—the story of the 1973 landmark Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade. The theater recommends only those age 13 and up see the performance due to mature content and adult language.April 24-May 2: Go vote

Early voting for Austin’s May 6 election, which has two police oversight measures on the ballot, is open at dozens of locations across Travis County. Dripping Springs voters will consider Dripping Springs ISD school board trustees, a DSISD bond and approving an increase to the property tax rate maximum to fund emergency services.