Art

"Grimm Tales" at Lora Reynolds Gallery. Artist Natalie Frank's most recent drawings — feminist reinterpretations of the uncensored Brothers Grimm fairy tales — are a continuation of the body of work she began in 2011. The new, vibrantly colored drawings in this show flesh out where the stories left off, forming the basis for this weekend's "Grimm Tales," a Ballet Austin ballet inspired by Frank's drawings. Each one takes as inspiration key moments from the Grimm stories. 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday through June 8. 360 Nueces St. Suite 50. lorareynolds.com

Nightlife

Seasons of Wine with Wine for the People. Edible Austin hosts an Eat Drink Local journey through Texas wines, as guided by sommelier and winemaker Rae Wilson from Wine for the People. Sip and savor a lineup of her locally grown and produced wines, the Grower Project and Dandy Rosé, while learning about the growing schedule, winemaking process and behind-the-scenes life of the wines and their vineyards. Pink Avocado will be providing local and seasonal light bites designed to pair with the wines. 6:30 p.m. April 3. $55. Palm Door on Sabine, 401 Sabine St. facebook.com/events/583206735478947

Dining

Sour Duck Market's Weekly Farmer's Market. The casual eatery from the Barley Swine team won't just be providing all your baked good needs from now on. Sour Duck Market has recently introduced a weekly farmers market that will run every Wednesday evening. Support your local farmers and makers, such as F-Stop Farm, Barton Springs Mill and Two Hives Honey, and expect farm-fresh produce and other goods. Happy hour also runs for a portion of this time. You know what to do. 4 to 7 p.m Wednesdays. Free. 1814 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. facebook.com/events/1991937097780822

Coming up

Power for Parkinson's Musical Collage. The locally founded nonprofit hosts a night featuring eight local musicians and bands of varied genres performing one arresting work after another. Music lovers will be captivated by surprising shifts between three different stages to create the collage, according to Power for Parkinson's. Each performer has a connection to the disease and plays to honor those affected by it. Heavy appetizers and drinks will be served. 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. April 4. $125. Austin Central Library, 710 W. Cesar Chavez St. powerforparkinsons.org/musical-collage

Chingona Fest at Hops and Grain. For the second year, the festival celebrating powerful Latinas takes over the parking lot of the East Austin brewery for a day of music. Oakland outfit La Misa Negra, who play a mix of cumbia and Afro-Latin sounds, lead a bill that also includes Austin’s ace Selena tribute act, Bidi Bidi Banda; rapidly rising rockers Tiarra Girls; and the all-female Mariachi Las Coronelas from San Antonio. The event will also feature Latina food and arts vendors from all over the country. $30. Gates at 11:30 a.m. April 6. 622 N. Pleasant Valley Road. chingonafesttx.com — Deborah Sengupta Stith