7 things to do in Cedar Park and Leander this weekend, June 28-30

Families can watch the sunset and snuggle with animals June 30 at Safe in Austin.

Families can watch the sunset and snuggle with animals June 30 at Safe in Austin.

Here are things to do in the Cedar Park and Leander area this weekend.


June 28


Play 'Name That Tune' Bingo
Celebrate the Fourth of July early at Whitestone Brewery’s “Pre-4th of July Name That Tune Bingo” featuring 75 American hits. Two shows will be held at the brewery.

6 p.m., 9 p.m. $2 per card. Whitestone Brewery, 601 E. Whitestone Blvd, Ste. 500, Cedar Park. 512-765-4828. www.whitestonebrewery.com/events





June 29


Drink at 'Puppy Hour' and adopt a dog
The Texas Humane Heroes will host “Puppy Hour” at Red Horn Coffee House and Brewing Co. in Cedar Park. Drink, play games and pet puppies that can be adopted.

12-4 p.m. Red Horn Coffee House and Brewing Co., 13010 Parmer Lane, Ste. 800, Cedar Park. 512-260-3602. https://humaneheroes.org/






Join the Community Drum Circle
Join the Soulshine Rhythm Experience for a drum circle and potluck June 29. The group welcomes all ages and experience levels. Bring a chair, a dish to share and a drum. If you do not own a drum, additional drums and percussion will be provided.

5:30-9 p.m. Free. Veterans Memorial Park, 2525 W. New Hope Drive, Cedar Park. 512-879-8188. www.facebook.com/soulshinerhythms/






Tour the Solea Open House
Solea Cedar Park invites people to tour its community clubhouse amenities and model apartment home. Solea is a community for active adults who are 55 and older.

11 a.m.-2 p.m. Free. Solea Cedar Park, 1520 Juliette Way, Cedar Park. 512-387-8555. www.soleacedarpark.com






Listen to an outdoor concert
The Haute Spot presents Dalton Domino with Deanna Wheeler at its outdoor concert venue. Bring your own chair or hang in a hammock. Food trucks will be present, and bar drinks can be purchased.

7 p.m. $10 (general admission). Haute Spot, 1501 E. New Hope Drive, Cedar Park. https://hautespotvenue.com/






Watch a stand-up comedy show
Money in the Bank presents “Adulting,” a stand-up comedy show, at the Leander Beer-Market. Limited seating is available, and tickets are available online.

8-10 p.m. $12.75 (early bird), $17 (regular). Leander Beer-Market, 106 W. Willis St., Leander. 773-818-2104.
www.eventbrite.com/e/money-in-the-bank-presents-adulting-tickets-63225541296





June 30


Snuggle with rescue animals
Watch the sunset and snuggle with rescue animals at Safe in Austin, a nonprofit that protects animals that have been abused, neglected or have special needs. Take a property tour and meet the rescued dogs, turkeys, chickens, cows, goats, ponies and pigs. Visitors can bring fruits and vegetables to feed the animals and must wear closed-toe shoes. Waivers are available online or in person.

6-8 p.m. $25 donation per family. Safe in Austin, 14601 Honeycomb Drive, Leander. www.safeinaustin.org


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