The “Living Springs” documentary project chronicling all facets of Austin’s favorite watering hole returns to Barton Springs Friday.

Bill Harvey. Celebrating the release of his new album “Dear Danger,” Harvey plays a free in-store performance at Waterloo Records. Refreshments provided by Shiner. 5 p.m. 600 N Lamar. 512-474-2500.

Living Springs Screening. Part of a two-screening series of the documentary project about the history, science, culture, and spiritual practices of Barton Springs. Friday’s screening includes “Cleaning Day” and “Barton’s Four Springs.” 8:30 p.m. Barton Springs South Entrance, Robert E Lee Rd.

in.gredients Third Anniversary. Live music from Bottom Dollar String Band and Walking Fable, raffles, vendor samples, and live screen printing. Also, look out for a limited edition watermelon brown ale produced by a collaboration between Hops & Grain, JuiceLand, and Johnson’s Backyard Garden. Purchase may be required for some items.  5 p.m. 2610 Manor Rd., 512-275-6357.

Bullock Museum Warehouse Sale. Get 50-80% off jewelry, decorative accessories, books, and more unique Texas items (for purchase). 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Bullock Texas State History Museum 3rd Floor, 1800 N Congress Ave.

Public Art Tour: NYC in ATX. A guided tour of art in Bass Concert Hall on loan from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Meet at 10 a.m. Bass Concert Hall, 2350 Robert Dedman Dr.

Trace’s Fourth Annual Ice Cream Social. Sample some of pastry chef Angel Begaye’s unique seasonal ice cream flavors (pup-friendly ones, too!). You can “earn your scoop” by bringing a school supply donation for SafePlace’s back-to-school drive benefiting Austin area children. 3-5 p.m. TRACE, 200 Lavaca St., 512-542-3600.