Summer Sunset Series by Wanderlust Yoga Austin. Wanderlust Yoga hosts a weekly yoga series at Republic Square, held every Tuesday through Aug. 27. Each yoga class will be led by a premier Wanderlust yoga instructor and accompanied by a live musician or DJ. Have never done yoga or, conversely, know your way around a yoga mat? No problem. The classes cater to all levels of yoga experience. The session will be canceled if it rains that day. 7:30 p.m. Aug. 13. Free. 422 Guadalupe St.


Tiki Tuesdays at Hotel San Jose. Summer means the return of one seasonal series to the South Congress hotel. Swing by the lounge every Tuesday in June, July and August for a cold drink (did someone say frosé?), chips and guacamole, and bask in the glorious surf tunes of Austin’s favorite surf and psych band the Avocados. You’ll have all summer to catch them playing their smash hit, “Guacamole.” The music runs from 7 to 9 p.m., though the event starts at 5 p.m. Tuesdays. Free. 1316 S. Congress Ave.

Adult Craft Night at Easy Tiger at the Linc. Decorate your own bandanna with reusable materials. Austin Creative Reuse hosts another craft night for adults at the Linc location of Easy Tiger, walking participants through a demonstration and providing all the necessary materials. A ticket gets you access to the craft demo and materials, as well as one pretzel. Only 20 spots are available for the event, which is for ages 21 and up only. 6 to 8 p.m. Aug. 13. $10. 6406 N. Interstate 35, Suite 1100.


Defining Women Dinner at Olamaie. This dinner series celebrates the women of Southern food. Each week, the top-rated restaurant takes inspiration for the feast from a different seminal, female-written cookbook and highlights a local farm to create a four-course menu with beverage pairings. Olamaie was built as an homage to five generations of Southern women, and the dinner series is an extension of that. Reserve your seat on the restaurant website. 5 to 10 p.m. Aug. 13. $65. 1610 San Antonio St.

Coming up

Particle Kid at Stubb’s indoor. Micah Nelson’s dad, Willie, keeps cranking out records at an age-defying pace, and his brother, Lukas, is soaring high with a widely acclaimed, Americana-based album this year. Micah’s music has always been a little more out there, and that’s true on his new Particle Kid release, “Window Rock,” which weaves together elements of indie, punk, folk, psychedelia, noise rock and more. New Fumes open. $10-$12. 8:30 p.m. doors Aug. 14. 801 Red River St. — Peter Blackstock