Austin February Events7 Feb Alyssa Smith
SXSW EDU Austin Community Meetup with Thinkery
Gather your friends and colleagues and join the SXSW EDU team for a fun night at Thinkery museum! Get answers to all your SXSW EDU questions, network with like-minded professionals interested in the topics top-of-mind for the Austin education community and explore Thinkery's creative hands-on, play-based exhibits. Also, enjoy drinks and light refreshments, and enter for a chance to win a badge to SXSW EDU 2019.
Austin Marathon & Half Marathon
With nearly 20,000 participants from around the world, Austin’s Marathon & Half Marathon event brings a flood of excitement and entertainment for the masses. Events surrounding the marathon include a 5K, live music, a finish line festival and beer garden. Join the fun! www.youraustinmarathon.com
Austin Oyster Festival
Find your favorite oyster treat at The Oyster Festival, an annual hit among locals and visitors from all over Texas. Try all different types of oyster-infused goodies, and of course, cocktails. Enjoy Cajun music and “newgrass” tunes on the lawn! www.austinoysterfestival.com
Austin Modern Home Tour
The Austin Modern Home Tour celebrates 11 years of collaboration between architects, developers, designers and real estate professionals. Participating homes on the tour will open their doors for viewing throughout the day. Bring your art-enthused friend and enjoy food, beverages and additional homes at the afterparty. www.modernhometouraustin.com
A Conversation with John Mackey, CEO of Whole Foods Market
Rowling Hall at The McCombs School of Business
A conversation with John Mackey, CEO of Whole Foods Market, moderated by Texas Tribune co-founder and CEO Evan Smith will be an eye-opening experience for the consumer and business owner alike. Mackey is also the co-author of "Conscious Capitalism: Liberating the Heroic Spirit of Business." Listen in on how the CEO opened Whole Foods multinationally. Can’t make the event in person? No worries. You can catch the conversation on livestream at The Texas Tribune website.