The Valentine’s Day screening will be accompanied by a PAJAMA PARTY & SLEEPWEAR CONTEST on February 14, hosted by distinguished Austin actor Heather Kafka (TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE (2003), IDIOCRACY, LOVERS OF HATE, JOE). Celebrity judges Trish Hurless of Rubypearl Clothing, Bob Ray of CrashCam Films, and CSA Casting Director Beth Sepko-Lindsey will hand out over $550 in prizes.* Vintage sleepwear is the theme, but judges will not exclude from consideration creative riffs on any form of sleepwear.
Following the screening, join us for LOVE SONG KARAOKE in the lobby!
Say what you will, but squeaky-clean ’50s stars Doris Day and Rock Hudson had it. Their chemistry is immediate and infectious in this comedy about a man and woman who share a joint telephone line and loathe one another. Until…
The Classic Chemistry series is programmed by Caroline Frick, Associate Professor in the Radio-Television-Film department of the University of Texas and Executive Director of the Texas Archive of the Moving Image. Professor Frick will join us for a special audience discussion after the first screening of each film.
* Sleepwear from Rubypearl Clothing (Valued at $150)
* Four (4) Passes – Hill Country BBQ & Wine Shuttle (Valued at $200)
Searching for an affordable and fun way to get out to Salt Lick and Texas wineries? Look no further! Our Hill Country BBQ and Wine shuttle is great for solo travelers, couples and small groups wanting to take a break from Austin for the best of the Hill Country. You have three stops while on tour with us: the world-famous Salt Lick, Duchman Family Winery and Driftwood Estate (subject to change). Our shuttle will allow you and your friends at least 45 minutes at each stop. This 4-5 hour detour departs at the Austin Visitor Center (AVC) 602 E 4th Street at10:30AM every Sunday.
* Four (4) Passes – Live Music Crawl (Valued at $200)
Austin has over 270 live music venues, many of which are outside of downtown and tucked into neighborhoods. Skip cover bands and jam out to authentic live music with us all over the city.
Along the way, we’ll chat about Austin live music history, get the latest scoop on the current music scene, and see iconic venues and new clubs, all while getting an overview of the city. Our live music crawls are led by a local musician.Three hours, 2-3 venues, and still home by 10 or 11 pm! This tour simply rocks! Meet us at Starbucks at the Hilton Hotel.Departs Friday and Saturday nights.