Events include an outdoor concert, shopping events and library events.

March 22: Drink wine and play tennis

The Lake Travis Tennis Association is hosting an adult social tennis league for recreational players called “Courts and Cocktails.” The league will consist of noncompetitive timed matches and drills played weekly at the Lake Travis High School tennis courts beginning March 22. After tennis, the group will meet for drinks at Lakeway’s The Grove Wine Bar. Check-in begins at 6:45 p.m. $100 (per person for the full nine-week season). Lake Travis High School Tennis Courts, 3324 S. RM 620.

March 25: Sip while you shop

Community members are invited to attend an outdoor market at the Iron Wolf Ranch & Distillery. Attendees will be able to shop from dozens of unique craft vendors while sipping specialty cocktails and enjoying live music by Pauline Reese. There will also be a special appearance by the Easter Bunny. Noon-6 p.m. Free (admission). 101 CR 409, Spicewood. 512-970-3203.

March 25-May 6: Enjoy an outdoor concert

The Hill Country Galleria will be hosting the Saturday Night Concert Series on the Central Plaza Lawn this spring beginning March 25. The seven-week music series will be hosted by Austin City Limits Radio and will feature local artists, including Bob Schneider, Rosie Flores and Two Tons of Steel. This event is child- and pet-friendly. 7-9 p.m. Free. 12700 Hill Country Blvd., Bee Cave.

March 27: Attend an author panel

The Westbank Library will host a children’s author panel discussion at the end of March. The three authors who will be attending the event, Evan Griffith, Samantha Clark and Jacquetta Nammar Feldmanof, write children’s middle-grade books, or books intended for children ages 8-12, and will discuss their inspiration, creative process, path to publication, and advice for up-and-coming writers. 5 p.m. Free. Laura’s Library, 9411 Bee Cave Road, Austin. 512-327-3045.

March 28: Learn about American women artists

Lake Travis Community Library guests are invited to join art historian Pam Sachant online on Zoom to discuss several American women artists working in the late 19th and early 20th centuries at the time of the Suffragist Movement. Sachant will discuss how the challenges and opportunities of the era are seen in their paintings, photography, illustrations and prints. Pam Sachant has a Ph.D. in Art History from the University of Delaware and was head of the Department of Visual Arts at the University of North Georgia. 1 p.m. Free. Online only.

March 31: Eat lunch with the Westlake Chamber

The Westlake Chamber of Commerce is hosting their “State of the Economy” luncheon at Hotel Viata at the end of March. The speaker will be Matt Patton, the executive vice president for AngelouEconomics, which is an economic consulting firm specializing in economic strategy and development, impact studies and analysis, and site selection. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. $40 (per member), $50 (per nonmember). 320 S. Capital of Texas Hwy., Austin. 512. 327-3088.