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    AISD Repurposing Update

    Learn about what’s next for AISD’s schools that were closed last year, and how you can share your thoughts about how to best use those and other facilities.
    Wed., Dec. 8, 6-7pm  
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    City of Austin "How to Help" Portal

    Looking for the right way to help your community during the pandemic? Or do you have a volunteer opportunity that you want to list? Visit the city's "How to Help" portal to make a match. The portal includes ways to help from home, donation drives, and active community engagement opportunities.
     
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    Imagine Austin Speaker Series

    Deputy City Clerk Myrna Rios will discuss how to apply to be appointed to one of Austin’s 70 boards and commissions.
    Wed., Dec. 8, 5-6pm. Free.  
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    Over Parked and Under Performing

    Join Congress for the New Urbanism Central Texas chapter and UCLA Research Professor Donald Shoup for a conversation on how parking policies affect cities, the economy, and the environment.
    Wed., Dec. 8, noon-5pm. Members, free; nonmembers, $30.  
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    Project Connect Virtual Open House

    The virtual open house is designed to welcome a new round of feedback on Austin's high-capacity transit plan.
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    YMCA Early Learning Readiness Program

    A free community program for qualifying low-income families that focuses on preparing children ages 2-4 for school, while providing their caregivers with the tools to facilitate their child’s development. Classes are offered twice a week in English and Spanish and last one hour.
    English: Mondays & Wednesdays, 9am; Tuesdays & Thursdays, 10:30am. Spanish: Mondays & Wednesdays, 10:30am; Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9am.. Free.  
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