Nightlife

Cannon + Belle's Treaty Oak Happy Hour. The restaurant within the Hilton Austin will have several beverage specials for this event. These include a $10 Waterloo Negroni, a $10 Red Handed Barrel-Aged Bijou and a $10 build-your-own Old Fashioned station featuring Treaty Oak's bourbon. Get to know the local distillery and its boozy products while enjoying live music. Complimentary parking is available with a drink purchase. Glassware and swag will be on offer while supplies last. 6 to 9 p.m. June 19. Free. 500 E. Fourth St. facebook.com/events/2341733052551572

21st Amendment Brewery Launch Party. Easy Tiger is kicking off 21st Amendment Brewery's arrival in Texas with a party at the Linc location. Hailing from San Francisco, 21st Amendment will have its core lineup of brews on offer, as well as a specialty watermelon randal at the garden bar. Co-founder and brewer Shaun O'Sullivan will make a special appearance. On tap is the Brew Free! or Die IPA, Hell or High Watermelon Wheat Beer, the Sparkale Sparkling Rosé Ale and the Blood Orange Brew Free! or Die IPA. 6 to 10 p.m. June 19. Free. easytigerusa.com/easy-tiger-austin-calendar

Music

Children's Day Art Park with the Austin Symphony Orchestra. This annual summer event tailored to kids returns at its new location at the Austin Central Library. Weekly activities include a hands-on "instrument zoo," interactive stations, instrument-making, rotating arts and crafts, and story time with Bernadette Nason. Musical guests accompanied by various Austin Symphony players will also be featured. 10 a.m. doors Wednesday through July 24 (no show July 3). Free. 710 W. Cesar Chavez St. austinsymphony.org/events/austin-symphony-childrens-day-art-park

Art

Date Night at the DAC: Camp Out. This month's night-out at the Dougherty Arts Center is themed to be a backyard campout to kick off summer. Try your hand (or rather, your eyes) at safely sun-gazing with Austin Astronomical Society, or make old-school camp crafts like friendship bracelets and sit-upons. There will also be a cookout (featuring vegetarian options) and custom tinfoil s’mores, and don't forget to bask in the sun of one of the longest days of the year. 7 to 9 p.m. June 19. Free. 1110 Barton Springs Road. austintexas.gov/dac

“Federal Triangle.” Artist Mike Osborne’s first exhibition at Lora Reynolds Gallery showcases his black-and-white photographs taken of Washington, D.C., in recent years that evoke a smoldering paranoia familiar to even the most casual consumers of news. The institutions implied by the title of the show represent much of the policy and messaging that shapes our understanding of Americanism today. Leon Polk Smith's prints are also on display. 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday through Aug. 31. 360 Nueces St. Ste. 50. 512-215-4965, lorareynolds.com