An open-air market at the event will feature local vendors selling vintage, retro, boho, upcycled and antique items, such as clothing, jewelry and home decor. The event is free to attend and will be held at 1432 Old Ranch Road 12, San Marcos. Brunch is all you can eat and costs $12.
Vintage attire is encouraged and prizes will be given to winners of a best dressed competition. Dead Threads will also feature bingo and live music.
Masks are required by the event organizer and social distancing is encouraged.
On April 26, Doc's Drive in Theatre at 1510 Satterwhite Road, Buda, will host two unique film screenings.
Beginning at 8 p.m., attendees can view an advanced screening of a new documentary series called Philly D.A., which is about the first term of Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner. The first two episodes will be shown and will be followed by a virtual Q&A with Krasner.
Mano Amiga, a local justice reform organization, is hosting the event, which is free to attend but requires people to register for the 50 available spots. Email your name to Mano Amiga with the subject line Philly D.A. to register.
A screening of Dear Mr. Brody will begin at 8:30 p.m. The film is a documentary of a young millionaire who promised in 1970 to give away his $25 million inheritance to promote world peace.
It premiered at the 2020 Tribeca Film Festival and also played at South by Southwest this year. Dear Mr. Brody's filmmakers will attend be in attendance.
The one-night-only screening will cost $12 for the first attendee and parking spot, and the price is $10 for each additional adult and $6 for children aged 4-11.