5 things to do in Leander and Cedar Park this weekend, June 21-June 24

Texas Museum of Science & Technology guests explore the science of clouds and rain at a previous Science Saturday event.

Texas Museum of Science & Technology guests explore the science of clouds and rain at a previous Science Saturday event.

1. Make and take decorative signs Thursday

Meet the new owners of Sip and Stain Leander and pick up a $10 gift certificate off a workshop. 6-9 p.m. $25 for select small "make and take" signs. 11894 Old FM 2243, Ste. C, Leander. 512-921-8081. www.sipandstain.com


2. Teens play games at library Friday

Leander Public Library hosts teens for games, tournaments, snacks and drinks. Attendees must be ages 12-19. Email [email protected] to reserve a spot. 6-10 p.m. Free. H-E-B Center, 1011 South Bagdad Road, Leander. 512-259-5259. http://leander.librarycatalog.info

3. Austin Acoustic play last home game Saturday

The Austin Acoustic, a team in the all-women Legends Football League, play their last home game of the 2017 season. They face the Los Angeles Temptation. 7 p.m. $15-$75. 2100 Avenue of the Stars, Cedar Park. 512-600-5000. www.hebcenter.com

4. Science Saturday explores new technology

Guests at the Texas Museum of Science & Technology explore new technology, including virtual reality and 3-D printing, during Science Saturday: Technology of Today and Tomorrow. 1-5 p.m. $12-$18. 1220 Toro Grande Drive, Cedar Park. 512-961-5333. www.facebook.com/TXMOST.ORG

5. Live music performed at Shooters Saturday

Musician Brent Michael Wood performs rock, country and more at Shooters Billiards & Sports Bar. 9:30 p.m. Free. 601 E. Whitestone Blvd., Cedar Park. 512-260-2060. www.shootersbilliards.net
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