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Bubble Fest

In what is quickly becoming a favorite segue into Fiesta, Bubble Fest will once again be serving up bubble-based fun for the whole family in the charming confines of Chris Park. Presented by the Linda Pace Foundation (recently rebranded as Ruby City) in partnership with local arts nonprofit Spare Parts, the Earth Day weekend event invites attendees to explore the urban park and visit various bubble stations with activities to activate the imagination and encourage a sense of community. Texas Monthly’s latest cover star, artist Cruz Ortiz will be on hand to DJ and emcee the event, while his Snake Hawk Press team silkscreens shirts with a design made especially for the occasion (just bring your own T-shirt). Honysuckle Teatime will also be there, making many magical mini-milkshakes.

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