Pet fashion show, plus 5 more things to do in Lake Travis/Westlake this weekend, June 30-July 2

A Grateful Dead tribute band performs Saturday at the Mercer Street Dance Hall.

A Grateful Dead tribute band performs Saturday at the Mercer Street Dance Hall.

Staying in town this weekend? Here are six things to do in the Lake Travis/Westlake area.

1. Eat sweet treats at Frost Friday, June 30

Frost Brokerage Services, Inc. hands out popsicles to visitors at its Lake Travis Financial Center. 2:30-5:30 p.m. Free. Frost Bank, 12532 RM 2244, Ste. 150, Bee Cave. 512-473-4343. www.frostbank.com

2. Jam to Grateful Dead tunes Friday, June 30

Grateful Dead tribute band DeadEye will perform two sets of covers. Fans ages 18 and older can attend. 8-11:30 p.m. $10. Mercer Street Dance Hall, 332 Mercer Street, Dripping Springs. 512-858-4314. www.mercerstreetdancehall.com

3. Watch Jack and the Beanstalk performance Saturday, July 1

Children from the Camp One World summer camp perform their final show on the One World Theatre stage. Noon. $12. One World Theatre, 7701 Bee Cave Rd., Austin. 888-616-0522. www.oneworldtheatre.org

4. Check out a pet fashion show Saturday, July 1

Urban Midway Elite Vendors hosts the second annual Austin Pet Fashion and Art Show, a runway show with animals and owners in outfits. 1 p.m. $15-$35. La Hacienda RV Resort & Cottages, 5220 Hudson Bend Rd., Austin. www.midwayelitevendors.com

5. Show off trivia skills Saturday, July 1

Coffee Shark hosts Geeks Who Drink trivia night. The bar and coffee shop has 18 drinks on tap. 7 p.m. Coffee Shark, 7300 Ranch Road 2222, Austin. 512-505-8051. www.coffeeshark.com

6. Cheer to yoga at brewery Sunday, July 2

Work out at a yoga and Pilates class, then stick around for beer. Tickets include a one-hour class and a pint of beer. Reservations required. 1-2 p.m. $10. Strange Land Brewery, 5904 Bee Caves Road, Austin. 512-276-2295. www.strangelandbrewery.com

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