Check out these fun events to do in North-Northwest Austin in May and early June.

May 13 Stretch with cats

Inner Diva Studios will host two yoga sessions with adoptable kittens benefiting Austin Pets Alive. The event will include an hourlong yoga session followed by an optional half hour of playtime with kittens. Adoption fees for kittens will be waived for the event.

10-11 a.m., 1-2 p.m.


10401 Anderson Mill Road, Ste. 104, Austin.


May 13 Celebrate Asian heritage

The Asian American Resource Center in Austin will host its 10th annual CelebrASIA Austin festival. In celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, the event offers 16 performances, exhibits, cultural experiences, nine local food vendors and more. The indoor-outdoor festival is open to all ages.

11 a.m.-3 p.m.

Free admission.

8401 Cameron Road, Austin.


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May 20 Fight against heart disease

The American Heart Association will host the Austin Heart Ball to raise funds for the fight against heart disease. The event will include a silent auction, dinner, entertainment by country music artist Mark Chesnutt and additional programming throughout the evening.

6-11 p.m.

$1,000 (tickets for two), $5,000 (table for 10).

JW Marriott, 110 E. Second St., Austin.


May 20-21 City-Wide Vintage Sale

A vintage sale for the city of Austin will be held at the Palmer Events Center, featuring furniture, vintage clothing, toys, electronics, collectibles, home decor, jewelry and more Admission is valid for both days of the event with the provided hand stamp, and shoppers can purchase a special ticket to get early entry before the event officially begins May 20.

8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. (May 20), 11 a.m.-5 p.m. (May 21).

Free (admission for age 12 and under), $9-$12 (general admission).

900 Barton Springs Road, Austin


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May 21 Prepare for success

Impact Barber Academy will host a workshop for boys and men ages 13-25 exploring money management, self-care, communication skills, mental health and more. The event will have a live DJ, free food, raffle prizes and free haircuts.

1-5 p.m.


5339 Burnet Road, Austin.


May 26 Skate to support pups

TheDogBFF will host a Skate-o-rama at Playland Skate Center to raise funds for OperationAllPaws, which provides shelter animals with essential products when entering their forever homes. The event is open to all ages and will feature skating, games and raffles. While pets are not permitted, attendees will receive a “Paw Package’’ for their pets.

5-10 p.m.


8822 McCann Drive, Austin.


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May 28 Try some soul food

The Austin Soul Food Festival will be held at the Mia Events Center. The event includes over 30 food vendors from around Texas serving pork chops, fried chicken, barbecue, candied yams, turkey legs, funnel cake, tacos and more. There will also be small-business vendors selling items such as clothing, jewelry, health products and accessories.

Noon-6 p.m.

Free (RSVP early bird tickets)-$10.

13015 Dessau Road, Ste. B304, Austin.


Eventbrite: Austin Soul Food Festival

May 27-28 See Bluey on the big stage

A theatrical adaptation of “Bluey,” an Emmy award-winning children’s show, is headed to the Long Center, featuring an original story by creator Joe Brumm. VIP Uplift tickets include a meet and greet with Bluey and Bingo.

10 a.m. and 2 p.m. showtimes on both days.

Free (children under age 2), $32-$161 (general admission), $75 (VIP).

701 W. Riverside Drive, Austin.


June 03 Connect with others

The Texas Burn Survivor Society and Amos House of Faith will host the Texas Burn Community Connect, an event for burn survivors and families covering topics from self-image to dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder. Burn survivor and amputee Sam Matagi will deliver the keynote address.

7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.


DoubleTree Austin NorthWest Arboretum, 8901 Business Park Drive, Austin.


June 10 Attend a toy show

Chemical Toy Fare will host the Austin Toy Show, a family-friendly event featuring toys, comics, collectibles and an artists alley with locally created pieces related to pop culture.

9 a.m.-5 p.m.

$5 (entry for age 10 and up).

Ben Hur Shrine Temple, 7811 Rockwood Lane, Austin.


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