Nightlife

Still Austin Whiskey's 2nd Anniversary Party. The South Austin distillery is going all out for an all-day party featuring pop-up vendors, a silent auction, live entertainment and food from the on-site Pairings food truck. During the party, Still Austin also releases the final 50 bottles of the first batch of the distillery's high rye bourbon. A percentage of sales and a silent auction will benefit the Texas farmers from whom Still Austin sources the grain for its whiskey. 12 to 10 p.m. Saturday. Free. 440 St. Elmo Road. facebook.com/events/2537630066258181/

Texas Craft Brewers Festival. The Texas Craft Brewers Festival is routinely one of the best ways to get a taste of the state’s thriving beer industry. This year, nearly 80 breweries will offer almost 200 beers at Fiesta Gardens on Saturday (and that’s not even counting the 27 more that are part of the rotating tap list, the rarer stuff that releases at certain times throughout the day). Taste your way through your favorites; there will also be food trucks, live music and more. 2 p.m. Saturday. $15-$90. Fiesta Gardens, 2101 Jesse E. Segovia St. texascraftbrewersfestival.org

Music

Calexico, Iron & Wine at Stubb’s outdoor. Existing somewhere along the vast and fertile territory between Americana and indie realms, Arizona’s Calexico and former Austinite Sam Beam’s Iron & Wine have created memorable albums separately from each other for more than two decades. Their paths first crossed on record with an EP in 2005; they teamed up again for the full-length “Years to Burn,” released in June on Sub Pop. Natalie Prass opens. 7 p.m. doors Saturday. $40-$42. 801 Red River St. stubbsaustin.com — Peter Blackstock

Art

"Sketchings." Artists Alicia Philley and Emily Hoyt-Weber present their new body of paintings and sculpture — created around conversations about color, light and shadow — at their Link & Pin Gallery show. In her recent body of work, Philley uses the meandering wood grain line on the surfaces to inform her painting compositions, while Hoyt-Weber uses the wall and physical space as the ground on which her brightly painted linear geometric sculptures sit. Opening reception: 6 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday. Hours: Noon to 4 p.m. Friday-Sunday through Oct. 13. 2235 E. Sixth St. linkpinart.com

Theater & dance

“Jungalbook” at Zach Theatre. Adventure awaits in a jungle where danger lurks in every tree, and only the brave dare enter. This energetic and creative retelling of the timeless tale, friendly for families, is about the young Humancub who is raised by wolves, under the protection of her friends Bagheera and Baloo, after her parents are killed by the vicious Sherakhan. 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, with additional 11 a.m. matinee Nov. 2, through Nov. 10. $19-$43. 202 S. Lamar Blvd. zachtheatre.org

Pets

Fido Fest at Yard Bar. Austin Monthly brings the magazine's September pet issue to life with the inaugural Fido Fest. There will be plenty of games, treats, drinks and fun for you and your furry friend to enjoy. Although the event is free, a $10 donation at the door gets you one drink ticket and access to a surprise activity. Booths include Yard Bar ice cream for pets, Nulo Pet Food snack bar including treats and swag, a Tomlinson's Feed prize wheel and more. Fido Fest benefits Austin Pets Alive. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. 6700 Burnet Road. facebook.com/events/503558250471098/