Grab your calendar because there are many fun and beneficial things to do this month. From helping clean up a local park, to camping, to kids golf, get springtime off to a great start.


March 04 Clean up a local park
Austin Parks Foundation will host My Parks Day, when volunteers can celebrate the day by signing up online ahead of time for a park cleanup in their area. Attendees who sign up can log in their hours and pick up their T-shirts, supply bag and tools
March 3 at 1621 Nash Hernandez Sr. Road, Austin.

9 a.m.-noon.


March 10 Go camping

Emma Long Metropolitan Park, also known as City Park, will reopen its seasonal pass purchases starting March 10. The park features open spaces, camp sites, boat ramps and a beach-entry swimming area.

Daily tickets start at $5 per vehicle and $1 for walking and biking trails; camping tickets start at $20 for premium nonwaterfront space and $25 for waterfront space.

1600 City Park Road, Austin.

512-974-1831. through 16

March 10 Sign up kids for golf

Kids can attend a spring camp at Top Golf. Kids ages 6-12 can enjoy nonstop golf and learning at the three-day camp.

8:30 a.m.-noon.


Top Golf, 2700 Esperanza Crossing, Austin.

March 11 Watch an Arsenal Soccer Match at Hopsquad Brewing Co.

Attendees can enjoy Hopsquad Brewing Co.’s selection of beers while watching an Arsenal game. Arsenal, a professional football club based in England, will play against Fulham F.C. in the Premier League.

9 a.m.-10:45 a.m.

Free. 2

307 Kramer Lane, Austin.


March 18 Swing into spring

Austin Kid’s Directory will host a spring fair at the Austin Sports Center in Cedar Park with information about summer camps, family activities, schools, birthday parties and more from local business owners. In addition to entertainment and giveaways, the event is being held alongside the Fairytale Threads Children’s Consignment event, where parents can shop for kids clothing, toys and more.

10 a.m.-2 p.m.


Austin Sports Center, 1420 Toro Grande Blvd., Cedar Park.

Eventbrite: Austin Kid’s Directory Fair.

March 18 Enjoy International Cuisines

North Austin Muslim Community Center will host a Ramadan bazaar at the Aisha mosque. Attendees can enjoy food and gifts for purchase from more than 25 local vendors carrying calligraphy, handmade decorations, Islamic art and Arab sweets. Attendees can also enjoy American cuisine such as burgers, hot dogs and pizzas for the kids.

1-7 p.m. Free entry.

North Austin Muslim Community Center

11900 N. Lamar Blvd., Austin


March 24 through 26 Attend an inspirational workshop

Unity Church of the Hills will host a weekend workshop with award-winning author and channeler Paul Selig. Attendees will learn techniques to unlock their highest potential and overcome obstacles. Through channeled lectures, attunement, interactive Q&A’s and energy work, Selig plans to guide the attendees on a journey of self-development and alignment.

7-9 p.m. (March 24), 10 a.m.-4 p.m. (March 25), 1:30-4 p.m. (March 26).

$350-$395. 9905

Anderson Mill Road, Austin.

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March 25 Dance with Color

Attendees can enjoy Indian food, Bollywood dance performances, a live DJ and a dhol player at the Rang Barse Holi Dance.

4-7 p.m.

Free (kids age 7 and under), $10 (general admission).

Elizabeth Milburn Park, 1901 Sun Chase Blvd., Cedar Park.

Eventbrite: Rang Barse Holi Rain Dance 2023

March 31 Enjoy a free concert at Domain Northside

Rock and emo band Hawthorne Heights will perform live for free at a concert that will begin on a rooftop at Domain Northside. The concert will then continue to the street level for the remainder of the show.

Doors open at 6 p.m.


11801 Domain Blvd., Austin.

April 23 Celebrate NICU graduates

Hand to Hold invites families to Q2 Stadium for a celebration of neonatal intensive care unit “graduates,” or children who have successfully exited the NICU. The event is open to all families and allows graduates to walk the stage. Additionally, the event includes kid-friendly activities, food, live music and more. Headquartered in Northwest Austin, Hand to Hold provides emotional support and resources to families throughout the NICU process.

Time TBD.


10414 McKalla Place, Austin.