5 things to do this weekend in Pflugerville, Oct. 8-10

Join the Pflugerville Parks and Recreation department on Friday on an exploration of the Inner Space Cavern. (Courtesy Inner Space Cavern)
Join the Pflugerville Parks and Recreation department on Friday on an exploration of the Inner Space Cavern. (Courtesy Inner Space Cavern)

Join the Pflugerville Parks and Recreation department on Friday on an exploration of the Inner Space Cavern. (Courtesy Inner Space Cavern)

No weekend plans yet? No problem! Here are some suggestions for things that you can do this weekend in Pflugerville with your friends and family. If you are interested in seeing other events happening this month, check out our October to-do list.

Oct. 8

Explore Inner Space Cavern

For a chance to learn how caves are formed while touring one, join the Pflugerville Parks and Recreation Department on an exploration of the Inner Space Cavern, a karst cave in Georgetown. Guests will be taught all about the cave’s unique ecosystem while marveling at its beauty. Limited spaces are available, and registration is required for children ages 6 to 12 only.

8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. $10 (Pflugerville residents), $15 (nonresidents). Pflugerville Recreation Center, 400 Immanuel Road, Pflugerville. 512-990-6365. www.pflugervilletx.gov/Home/Components/Calendar/Event/27582/


Hear live music at Pflutto’s Tavern

Austin-based Konami Code, a five-person cover band, is performing live at Pflutto’s Tavern on Friday night. Their motto is “the band your momma warned you about,” and their set list contains songs only from the ‘90s and 2000s. If you love supporting local bands, consider heading to this sports bar to enjoy the live music and a beer from one of the pub’s 12 taps.

9-1 a.m. Free (admission). Pflutto’s Tavern, 20205 FM 685, Ste. 300, Pflugerville. 512-382-0229. www.facebook.com/pfluttos/

Oct. 9

Play ultimate frisbee in the park


Join this hybrid group of newbies and league professionals to exercise and grow your skills during a family-friendly game of ultimate frisbee. This casual event is all about having a good time and pushing yourself to be your personal best, so people of all ages and skill levels are welcome to attend. If you have never tried ultimate frisbee or have a child who is interested, this is the perfect opportunity to learn from advanced players.

5:30-8:15 p.m., Oct. 9. Free. Pfennig Park, 1316 Pfennig Lane, Pflugerville. www.meetup.com/enjoythis/events/cnmppsyccnbmb/

See a scary movie at a drive-in movie theater

Halloween is just around the corner, and watching scary movies is one of the easiest ways to get into the spirit of the season. For a fun-filled, spooky night, fill your car with snacks and friends, and head to the drive-in movie theater for a special late-night viewing of the horror film “The Ring.” If you would rather see a family-friendly movie, the feature presentation for Friday, Oct. 8 is Disney’s “Hocus Pocus.”

9:40-11:35 p.m., Oct. 9. $16 (per car), $6 (per additional passenger). The Globe Drive In Theater, 8017 Cele Road, Pflugerville. www.theglobedrivein.com/now-showing

Sun. Oct. 10

See the Sunday Symphony

The Classical Artists Concert Series is kicking off its season with classically-trained musicians Dr. Joey Choi on piano and Dr. Zoe Chunghui Kim, a soprano opera singer. Head to First United Methodist Church on Sunday afternoon for a relaxing evening of live music in a family-friendly atmosphere. Donations will be accepted for the nonprofit Pflugerville Arts Council to provide future concerts.

4 p.m. Free. First United Methodist Church, 500 E. Pecan St., Pflugerville. www.facebook.com/classicalartistsconcerts
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