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ARTS & CULTURE

OCTOBER 25 | THE TEXAS BOOK FESTIVAL

The Texas Book Festival will feature more than 250 renowned authors, panels, book signings, live music, cooking demonstrations, and childrens activities.

Considered to be one of the nations premier literary events, the Festival continues to be free and open to the public in its 19th year.

Headlining authors for the 2014 Festival include Martin Amis, Lidia Bastianich, Edan Lepucki, Ziggy Marley, Hector Tobar, Valerie Plame Wilson, Lawrence Wright, and Tiphanie Yanique. The full author list and 2014 Festival schedule will be announced as the date gets closer. Check the website for updates.

FMI: web | tel: 682.551.7172

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OCTOBER 31 | WEIRD! TRUE HOLLYWOOD TALES PRESENTS HOLLYWEEN!

Join us Halloween night as Weird! True Hollywood Tales celebrates its 3 year anniversary and presents some of the scariest and weirdest Hollywood ghost stories!

The Strange True Tale Of Houdini
The Ghosts Of Hollywood Forever Cemetery
The Curse Of Poltergeist
AND MORE!

Starring Lashonda Lester & Luke McClory

This month's special guest presenter;
Jack Darling, magician extraordinaire

Skip the hectic downtown traffic and Formula 1 crowds and spend the first part of your night with us!

1st 25 people receive Hollyween gift bags. We’ll also be giving away prizes to the best dressed costume of the night.

FMI: web | email

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NOVEMBER 1 | STEPS OF FAITH AUSTIN PREMIERE

Steps of Faith, is a light-hearted dramedy about Faith Houston played by Chrystee Pharris (Scrubs, Passions) an accountant, who is directed by God to move to a small town to work on a Hippotherapy farm helping children. Faith is mocked by her dad played by Ted Lange (Issac from Loveboat) since she doesn’t have a rapport with children or animals and is not a devout Christian. Faith decides to follow her heart and move to a small town thirty miles outside of Dallas. 

She struggles to find her way until she meets Marshall Lee played by Charles "Malik" Whitfield (Otis from the Temptations movie and Behind Enemy Lines) after she encounters several challenges. She finds herself at the farm in the horse stalls shoveling manure. Faith's courage comes after meeting Marshall's grandmother played by Irma P. Hall (Big Mama in Soul food,) but Faith cracks under pressure and leaves after a child is almost injured, questioning whether she heard God’s voice or not.

Join us at GMZ Baptist Church, 1801 Pennsylvania Ave from 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm.Tickets are $8.

Click on the FMI link to see the trailer.

FMI: web | email | tel: 512.633.0319

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NOVEMBER 1 | DOMESTIC DISTURBANCE: NEW WORKS BY DEBORAH ROBERTS

Join DiverseArts as we welcome Deborah Roberts back home to Austin!

On Saturday, November 1, at 7:00pm we are proud to host the opening reception for Domestic Disturbance: New Works by Deborah Roberts—her first Austin exhibition since completion of MFA work at Syracuse University.

Please join us at New East Arts Gallery, 1601 East 5th, Suite 106, as we honor internationally known mixed-media artist Deborah Roberts with a showing of her new work. As always, Robert's work will challenge traditional and societal interpretations of beauty, and how these ideals affect African American identity. This will be one of the most significant exhibitions in Austin's fall visual arts season. Not to be missed!

Domestic Disturbance is on display from November 1 through December 7 at New East Arts Gallery.

FMI: web | email | tel: 512.538.5657

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NOVEMBER 9 | SHE SMILES ENT. PRESENTS: 2ND SUNDAY: PLAYING FOR KEEPS

She Smiles Entertainment presents: 2nd Sunday: Playing for Keeps by Author Tanisha; Play written directed and produced by Ms. Tawanna Jackson

Beautiful, successful Simone Kelly, a best selling author and faithful member of the House of Praise has her fair share of problems: first being her abusive husband, Brian; and second. her spirit is troubled with lustful thoughts for a love that is forbidden.

Educated, dangerously handsome down-to-earth pastor of House of Praise in Austin, TX,
Pastor Kordell Taylor has his hands full with his uptight, snobby conniving wife, Chloe Taylor. Being a man of God does not exempt him from temptation or unholy thoughts. Pastor Taylor is at a crossroads in his life where he has to choose to either be a faithful servant of God or following his heart.

Chloe Taylor is not your average First Lady. Her past keeps haunting her present and will have tremendous effects on her future. Chloe has had run-ins with everyone in the church. Although she grew up in the worst part of Dallas, she now feels everyone is beneath her-including her husband and son. How far can you go in the house of God and not expect to have to pay for your wicked ways.

A tall tale of love, lies, deceit and trying to hold to Gods unchanging hand to trust Him to heal you. What do you see - in the church?!

Join us at the Boyd Vance Theatre in the Carver Museum on Sat Nov 8 or Sun Nov 9. Tickets are only $15 and available online.

FMI: web | email | tel: 512.297.4179

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NOVEMBER 21 | LOVE'S GONNA GET'CHA

A womanizer's call to get his life in order is challenged by an unstable ex-girlfriend seeking revenge.

This is a Gospel inspired stage play comedy/thriller written & directed by Ron Jones Jr.

November 21-22, 2014 at the Boyd Vance Theater, 1165 Angelina. Tickets are $15/$20.

FMI: web | email

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COMMUNITY

OCTOBER 25 | 2014 AIA AUSTIN HOMES TOUR

Each year, the AIA Austin Homes Tour showcases some of the best designed homes in the Austin area from locally renowned architecture and design firms. In its 28th year, the 2014 AIA Austin Homes Tour features eleven new and newly renovated homes, with home styles ranging from traditional to contemporary – all with innovative design elements to delight and inspire tour attendees. The diverse selection of homes on the tour is fitting for a city as colorful and diverse as Austin, and provides 5,000+ attendees with fresh concepts to appreciate and explore.

Tickets for the 2014 AIA Austin Homes Tour go on sale September 25th and are $35 in advance; $40 the weekend of the tour. Attendees are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance of the tour, and can be purchased at Mockingbird Domestics, Zinger Hardware or directly from AIA Austin’s office. Tickets and more information are also available online or by calling.

FMI: web | tel: 512.402.6861

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OCTOBER 25 | CHRISTIAN FUN DAY

The Wheless Lane Church of Christ will be hosting its 9th annual Christian Fun Day event on Saturday, October 25th, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

This free event is open to the public and will take place on the grounds of Wheless Lane Church of Christ at 2702 Wheless Lane. There will be free food and games for kids of all ages. I repeat FREE food and games for kids of ALL ages.

Featured activities will include moonwalks, pop-a-shot basketball, ring toss, balloon darts, a train ride, and many, many, more. Come out and bring the entire family. There will be fantastic food, fabulous prizes, and tons of fun for all.

FMI: web | email | tel: 512.926.2988

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OCTOBER 25 | BREAKING THE CYCLE OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE!

On Saturday, October 25, from 6 - 8 pm, join ALC North, at 2113 W. Wells Branch Parkway, Suite 4000, and watch the documentary "Breaking the Circle of Domestic Violence".

The screening will be followed by a discussion and spaghetti dinner. Co-sponsored by our Love is Kind, Living Singles, 4 Your Love, D.I.V.A.s, and M.A.C.K. Ministries.

FMI: email

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NOVEMBER 1 | FARE WALK FOR FOOD ALLERGY IN AUSTIN TEXAS

The FARE for Food Allergy is coming to Austin on November 1. Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) works on behalf of the 15 million Americans with Food allergies, including all those at risk for anaphylaxis.

With 15 million Americans affected, there are 15 million reasons to walk! FARE’s mission is to find a cure for food allergies, and to keep individuals with food allergies safe and included. This family-friendly event, presented by Mylan, seeks to raise funds and awareness for food allergy research, education, advocacy and awareness.

The day’s schedule will be as follows:

•9:00 a.m. Registration/Kid’s Activities Begin
•10:30 a.m. Live Music
•11:00 a.m. Walk

•Family-friendly activities – a moon bounce, face painting, tattoos, games, various sponsor booths, a cool photo booth. Join in on the fun at Mueller Lake Park – 4550 Mueller Blvd. Registration is free and available online.

FMI: web

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NOVEMBER 1 | WOMEN AND GIRLS OF COLOR CONFERENCE

The National Council of Negro Women –Austin Section will host the Women and Girls of Color Conference on Saturday, November 1, 2014 from 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. at the LifeWorks Center, 835 North Pleasant Valley Road (near Austin Community College – Eastview Campus). Onsite child care, refreshments, and a light lunch will be provided.

The focus will be “Breaking the Cycle – Teen Pregnancy.” We will have workshops and resources for the community. Tools and strategies will be shared by guest speakers. There will be a Youth Discussion on Dealing with Teen Pregnancy and Parenthood.

This event is FREE and open to the public. An invitation is extended to young women and men, parents, grandparents, guardians, and the community-at-large to come and receive some valuable information.

You may reserve your free ticket online.

FMI: web | email

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NOVEMBER 5 | PHOENIX ARISING ANNUAL GALA 2014

Phoenix Arising’s Annual Fundraising Gala is on Nov. 5th from 7-10 PM! This event marks a pivotal moment in the history of Phoenix Arising and its programs. Over the last four years we have built a strong program that has impacted the Austin community.

We’re honored to have Retired Colonel of the US Air Force and Former Astronaut Tom Henricks as our guest speaker!

Phoenix Arising is a non-profit whose programs use aviation as the catalyst to stimulate interest and engagement in math, science and engineering.

The money raised through this event will immediately impact economically disadvantaged youth in Central Texas by funding immersive summer and after school learning programs.

This night will be filled with fun, food, and community outreach. Come out to support Austins youth! Click on the link to RSVP.

FMI: web | email

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NOVEMBER 7 | BASIC SEWING ELEMENTS 1:1 RETREAT-WORKSHOP

This three-part introductory workshop is for those with little or no sewing machine experience (or no recollection) to those with moderate skills will learn basic elements of sewing utilizing professional fashion industry techniques.

The first day of this sewing retreat will begin with a brief orientation about the course, supplies, workroom info and a Q&A.

Then followed by a 2-hour sewing machine introduction led by Maurice Benites of City Service Sewing Machines & Repair, a master sewing machine repair guru. Maurice will explain basic sewing machine care and maintenance for new and older machines and specific features of students machines.

Day Two & Three are intensive sessions taught by three expert fashion designers and industry apparel technicians — each with 30-50+ years of sewing experience, will cover a thorough range of basic sewing lessons and techniques that will progress with each exercise.

The goal of this workshop is to build sewing confidence and pass on basic practical information and tools. We also want to help raise the standard of sewing skills and construction for home sewers as well as potential professional apparel production workroom trainees.

Join us 7-9 November at @ 1000 E. 11th St., Ste. 110. 15 students max. $125 early enrollment thru 31 October or $135 late enrollment 1-5 November [plus $15 course materials.]

Visit the registration website for full details.

FMI: web | email | tel: 512.650.8281

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NOVEMBER 17 | HOMESCHOOL DAY AT AUSTIN ZOO & ANIMAL SANCTUARY

Enjoy a full day of fun and educational activities that have been planned by our staff. You will receive information from various representatives, such as: McKinney Falls State Park, Bullock Texas State History Museum, Austin Pets Alive, and many more. Be sure to bring a bag lunch and a drink to enjoy in our picnic grove.

Entrance to Zoo $5 per person/$2 train ride.

FMI: web | email | tel: 512.288.5031

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PARTIES, SPECIAL EVENTS & MUSIC

OCTOBER 24 | WE GOT NEXT COMEDY SHOW AUSTIN VOL 1

We Got Next Comedy Show is all about making you laugh harder than you ever have before. The show is hosted by the creator of We Got Next Quenton Coleman (Q) and features Comedians Gametime, June Bug and Latrice Allen. Come enjoy a night of comedy!

Join us at the Brass House. Doors Open at 6:30 PM and show starts at 8:00 PM. Tickets: $15 Presale and $20 ATD.

FMI: web | email | tel: 210.570.7096

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OCTOBER 25 | WE GOT NEXT COMEDY SHOW SAN ANTONIO VOL 4

We Got Next Comedy Show is all about making you laugh harder than you ever have before. The show is hosted by the creator of We Got Next Quenton Coleman (Q) and features Comedians Clifton Simmons, June Bug and Latrice Allen. Come enjoy a night of comedy.

Join us in San Antonio at Allure Lounge. Doors open at 6:30 PM and show starts at 8:00 PM.
Tickets are $15 Presale and $20 ATD.

FMI: web | email | tel: 210.570.7096

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NOVEMBER 1 | SOUNDS OF SHARING COMMUNITY CONCERT

Bastrop County Emergency Food Pantry invites you to join us at the Sounds Of Sharing Community Concert, an evening of soul stirring and inspiring music with American Idol Season 12 finalists Vincent Powell, Devin Velez, Amber Holcomb, NBC’s The Sing Off member of the group 10 Candy west, along with other amazing local artists such as Chubby Knuckle Choir Band, Keith Kelso, Terry Lyne Moore and Hwy South, and Burgundy Road.

This amazing show will be Saturday November 1st at the Jerry Fay Wilhelm Center for the Performing arts. All proceeds benefit the Bastrop Emergency Food Pantry. Red carpet rolls out at 5:30pm and show starts at 7pm.

Call or go online for ticket information.

FMI: web | email | tel: 512.757.5417

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NOVEMBER 15 | THE NEXT LYRICAL GENIUS

Come be apart of Hip Hop history on Saturday, November 15 from 8p-11p for the 1st Annual "Are You the Next Lyrical Genuis" held at the Carver Museum.

This show is a competition for the best of the best rappers, poets, writers, etc. to showcase their talent. We will have local celebrity judges: Anya, Eric White, Potent Tai & Todd "The White Brutha" Engle from KAZI 88.7 FM. There will be performances by: Eson, Lady Shacklin, Eric White, Anya, Potent Tai & More. Start studying your hip hop facts for the HIP HOP TRIVIA segment to win prizes!

Seats are limited so get your tickets now!

FMI: web | email | tel: 832.657.9305

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NOVEMBER 22 | SOUL SESSION I R&B SHOWCASE IN KILLEEN

On Saturday, November 22nd @ 8 PM, King-Witherspoon Entertainment Group is proud to present SOUL SESSION I, R&B Showcase featuring the sexy and sultry sounds of: Dave Hollister, Carl Thomas & Christopher Williams.

The Soul Session I, R & B showcase will be held @ the Killeen Civic and Conference Center. VIP $50; General Admissions $35 and at the door $40.

Special VIP Entrance opens @ 6:30 PM; GA doors open @ 7:00 PM, showtime starts @ 8:00 PM.

FMI: web | tel: 214.865.9553

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PROFESSIONAL

NOVEMBER 4 | BIZAID BUSINESS ORIENTATION

BizAid Business Orientation provides a general overview to opening a small business or re-evaluating an existing business during its growth. This course provides information on where entrepreneurs can find assistance at the idea, start-up, and existing stages of their business. This orientation covers key questions you must ask when starting or expanding a business and provides you with the information necessary to answer those questions in order to get you to the next step in the development of your business.

9:00 AM - 10:30 AM at Entrepreneurial Center - Training Room, Entrepreneur Center of Austin, 4029 South Capital of Texas Highway #110. This is a FREE event.

FMI: web | email | tel: 512.974.7800

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NOVEMBER 4 | BIZAID BUSINESS ORIENTATION

BizAid Business Orientation provides a general overview to opening a small business or re-evaluating an existing business during its growth. This course provides information on where entrepreneurs can find assistance at the idea, start-up, and existing stages of their business.

This orientation covers key questions you must ask when starting or expanding a business and provides you with the information necessary to answer those questions in order to get you to the next step in the development of your business.

9:00 AM - 10:30 AM at the Entrepreneurial Center - Training Room, Entrepreneur Center of Austin, 4029 South Capital of Texas Highway #110. This course is free.

FMI: web | email | tel: 512.974.7800

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SPIRITUAL

NOVEMBER 1 | OVERCOMING ANXIETY: A HOLISTIC & NATURAL APPROACH

This clinic is designed for people that suffer from anxiety; GAD, Panic Disorder, PTSD. Even though it is taught in a group setting, this is a very private and personal experience.

The lights will be low, presentations are given with visual aids (power point presentation, handouts, etc), and all activities are private; No group work or activities and you will never be asked to speak publicly. The utmost care and attention is given to accommodate those that are not comfortable in social situations. We are also open to allowing a spouse, friend, or family member to attend with you if you feel that you would like the support.

Explore self-healing modalities that are effective and profoundly liberating when combating the debilitating effects of anxiety. Learn breathwork, meditation and gentle movement techniques that help to break the psychological, biochemical, and physical cycles that keep anxiety in your life. A presentation of what happens in your mind and body while experiencing anxiety, and tools to “turn off” the fight or flight response, and “turn on” the relaxation response will be taught in the first class.

This Four Part Series is offered every other Saturday starting:
Part 1: November 01; 10:00a-12:30p
Part 2: November 15; 10:00a-12:30p
Part 3: November 29; 10:00a-12:30p
Part 4: December 13; 10:00a-12:30p

Suggested donation: $150. Anyone who cannot pay the full suggested donation, please email or call for payment options.

FMI: web | email | tel: 512.415.4966

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NOVEMBER 7 | MT. SINAI'S PASTOR & WIFE 28TH CELEBRATION

On November 9th, 2014, Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist Church would like to cordially invite you to the 28th Pastor and Wife Anniversary Celebration honoring Pastor A. W. Anthony Mays and First Lady Fannie Pearl Mays.

Our theme and scripture is derived from: 2nd Timothy 4:1-5 “Our Pastor, standing on the Word of God in a troubled world."

The 7:45 AM guest speaker will be Pastor Charles Mays from the Rising Star Baptist Church of Austin.

The 11:00 AM guest speaker will be Pastor Delvin Atchinson from the Antioch Baptist Church of Waco.

On Friday, November 7 at 7:00 PM, we would like to invite you to the FREE, pre- anniversary tribute:
“A Night of Worship” featuring Austin's own: Corinth, St. Edwards, & Freedom Home Baptist Church Male Chorus along with National Recording Artist, The Light House Singers from Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Doors Open @ 6:30 PM. Free Event, Mt. Sinai is located @ 5900 Cameron Road.

FMI: web | tel: 512.762.1994

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YOUTH

OCTOBER 28 | ZETA YOUTH INTEREST MEETING

The Pi Omega Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. invite female youth from ages 9 to 18 and their parents to their organizational and informational meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 28 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Wells Branch BBQ, 1779 Wells Branch Pkwy, Suite 112.

Sorority members will offer youth personal growth, leadership opportunities, community service projects, access to scholarships, field trips, and step competitions.

FMI: web | email | tel: 512.784.7568

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NOVEMBER 8 | 4TH ANNUAL CHILDREN IN NATURES WORKSHOP 2014

The purpose of this series is to explore and appreciate nature with children of all ages. Be a part of this wonderful exploration! Bey Acupuncture, seeks to share the wisdom of nature with the community at large.

The day-long event includes fun, hands-on and informative work shops such as The Wonders of Crystals and Stones by Nature’s Treasures. BFIT Kids, Juice Creation Fun, Kids Yoga, Kids QiGong, Spirit Gardening Capoeria, a Community Food Potluck, Story telling - and much more!

Suggested donation is $10 per family. Please dress children in clothes designed for yoga and fun. Join us at Bey Acupuncture, 2200 South Lamar Blvd, Suite A. Full details for the day are available online.

FMI: web | email | tel: 484.354.1734

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FURTHER OUT

NOVEMBER 26 | A CHRISTMAS CAROL A ROCKIN' NEW FAMILY MUSICAL

Spectacular holiday carols and surprising time-bending classics whisk your family on a captivating ride with the three soulful, rockin’ ghosts in Scrooge’s transformative dream.

This inspiring, original adaptation of Charles Dickens’ beloved holiday classic features a traditional Victorian setting and gorgeous period costumes, but with a musical score that spans genres and eras, from rousing gospel to rock-n-soul favorites, and from nostalgic harmony classics to contemporary hits.

ZACH’s A Christmas Carol is infused with a playful, joyous and heartfelt celebration of the season. The play runs through Dec 28.

FMI: web link | tel: 512.476.0541

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DECEMBER 2 | FINANCIAL LITERACY

Searching for ways to raise your credit score? Learn strategies from an SBA representative for improving your credit score and using your credit wisely.

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM at the Entrepreneur Center of Austin, 4029 South Capital of Texas Highway #110. The event is free.


FMI: web link | email | tel: 512.974.7800

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DECEMBER 4 | HIGH-IMPACT MARKETING: 10 LOW-COST STRATEGIES FOR BIG SALES

High-Impact Marketing: 10 Low-Cost Strategies for Big Sales Returns provides practical, step-by-step instruction in how to use low-budget marketing techniques to get your message out to your customers on a regular basis, and watch sales revenue grow. Because your customers need to hear your message at least seven times to influence their buying decisions, low-cost marketing techniques help to “stretch” your marketing dollars and repeat your core message often enough to make an impact.

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM at the Entrepreneur Center of Austin, 4029 South Capital of Texas Highway #110. $35 fee includes light refreshments.

FMI: web link | email | tel: 512.974.7800

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DECEMBER 6 | NAACP DEWITTY/OVERTON FREEDOM FUND BANQUET

The 49th Annual Dewitty/Overton Freedom Fund Banquet will focus on the theme “African American Quality of life 10 Year Assessment and Review".

The keynote speaker for this event will be Beverly Kearney, former head coach of both the womens track and field – and the cross country teams at UT. Kearney led the UT womens track and field team to six NCAA Track Championships and has been a source of inspiration for African American Athletes all over the nation.

This year, community leader and activist, Pam Wade will be the esteemed recipient of the 49th Dewitty/Overton Award for 2014 which
is the Austin Branchs highest honor. Pam has been a leader in the Austin community for more than 25 years. She is also the principal
consultant and owner of A’JA Consulting Firm and a staunch advocate for the policies and issues related to mental illness.

The NAACP Austin Branch will also confer the Captain Louie White Award to Captain Cyril Friday of the Travis County Sheriffs Office.
Serving as captain in each of the bureaus three divisions, Captain Friday has led an esteemed career at the Travis County Sheriffs
Office for almost 30 years.

Additional community service awards will be presented throughout the evening and the program will include the Austin Branch Youth council, music and local entertainment.

The community is invited out to join us on Saturday, December 6. The event will begin at 6pm and will be held at the Hyatt Regency, located at 208 Barton Springs Drive. More information is available online.

FMI: web link | email |

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DECEMBER 10 | SUPERVISORY EXCELLENCE: BE THE BOSS YOU ALWAYS WANTED

Supervisory Excellence plays a critical role in any organization's success. Many people are selected or choose to pursue a management role because they have mastered a particular set of skills for a job. Regardless of the reason, the additional responsibility and accountability of supervising requires a new or different skill set than your previous one.

This course is designed to help you to better understand the full range of management responsibilities, learn what employees and other managers expect of you, and help you to assess your management style to make improvements that will help you to achieve personal and professional success.

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM at the Entrepreneur Center of Austin, 4029 South Capital of Texas Highway #110. $35 fee includes light refreshments.

FMI: web link | email | tel: 512.974.7800

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DECEMBER 16 | BIZAID BUSINESS ORIENTATION

BizAid Business Orientation provides a general overview to opening a small business or re-evaluating an existing business during its growth. This course provides information on where entrepreneurs can find assistance at the idea, start-up, and existing stages of their business.

This orientation covers key questions you must ask when starting or expanding a business and provides you with the information necessary to answer those questions in order to get you to the next step in the development of your business.

9:00 AM - 10:30 AM at the Entrepreneur Center of Austin, 4029 South Capital of Texas Highway #110. This event is free.

FMI: web link | email | tel: 512.974.7800

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DECEMBER 17 | BIZOPEN ORIENTATION

The BizOpen Orientation provides a general overview of the potential steps in the City of Austin's development process. The objective is to help you identify which processes are relevant to your business location development, and how to navigate the steps in a timely and efficient manner.

Material will cover the following: Development Assessment, Land Use and Zoning, Site Plan Review, Building Plans and Permits, and Inspections and Certificate of Occupancy.

9:00 AM - 10:30 AM at the Client Services Room, One Texas Center, 505 Barton Springs Rd. 13th Floor. This event is free.

FMI: web link | email | tel: 512.974.7800

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