Comedy

Naturally Funny: A Comedy Night for Austin Parks Foundation. Need a proper, belly-aching laugh? The Austin Parks Foundation has teamed up with the East Austin coffee shop and bar for a night of comedy, coffee and cold ones. Participating comedians — all from Austin’s burgeoning comedy scene — include Elizabeth Spears, Carina Magyar, Chris Cubas, Enzo Priesnitz and Derek Phelps. Another locally based stand-up comic, Justin Hicks, will host. 7:30 to 10 p.m. Aug. 28. $7 in advance, $10 at the door. Wright Bros. Brew & Brew, 500 San Marcos St. #105. austinparks.org/event-calendar/.

Music

Flynt Flossy with Turquoise Jeep at North Door. In a hip-hop landscape dominated by mumble rappers and hip-pop crossovers, Flynt Flossy drives his Turquoise Jeep crew way off the beaten path to drop a mix of catchy tongue and cheek dance songs laid over sparse electro beats and swaggering slow jams crafted to make you snicker even as you swoon. $15. 8 p.m. doors Aug. 28. 502 Brushy St. ndvenue.com — Deborah Sengupta Stith

Nightlife

Nasty Woman Game Launch Happy Hour. A new card game based off a phrase Donald Trump uttered in the 2016 presidential election is at the heart of this happy hour at Kitty Cohen’s. Consider it Cards Against Humanity with a fun, feminist twist. You’ll enjoy rowdy game play, complimentary themed drinks from Maker’s Mark and more. 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday. 2211 Webberville Rd. nastywoman.splashthat.com.

Dining

Ice Cream Making Workshop. Lick Honest Ice Creams’ chef and co-founder Anthony Sobotik will lead this workshop in support of the Sustainable Food Center. Participants will have the chance to churn their own ice cream in groups — using goat cheese and wine-soaked figs — and take home their very own handmade pint. You’ll also leave with a recipe card so that you can replicate the sweet treat in your own kitchen. All of the proceeds benefit the Sustainable Food Center. 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Aug. 28. $45. CRAFT, 4704 E. Cesar Chavez St. facebook.com/events/697853610559050.

Coming up

New Perspectives: Open Range at the Bullock Museum. The real life of a working cowboy isn’t exactly like how it’s portrayed in the rodeo — in fact, you might not even be aware that the range-riding cowboys still exist in the 21st century. Listen to a fascinating multimedia presentation by two Austinites, John Langmore and Bud Force, especially qualified to reveal what the life on the range is like. They will show a teaser of their upcoming documentary film, "Cowboys," set to release this winter. 7 p.m. Aug. 30. Free. 1800 Congress Ave. thestoryoftexas.com.