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Bikers will fill Congress Avenue downtown on Friday night for the Republic of Texas Biker Rally parade. JAY JANNER / AMERICAN-STATESMAN 2016


ATX Television Festival.This event celebrating the medium of television continues with more panels, screenings and events at which attendees and industry leaders explore and experience their small-screen love together. Programming this year will include a “Battlestar Galactica” reunion, a discussion about “Television in a Trumped Up America” and a “Parks and Recreation” outdoor screening. Most of these require a wristband or badge, but the entirely free “Parks & Rec” showing does not. (Just RSVP in advance.)

Republic of Texas Motorcycle Rally. The ROT Rally brings bikes, bands and more to the Travis County Expo Center and downtown.


Travis Wall’s “Shaping Sound: After the Curtain.” Through his Emmy Award-winning work on “So You Think You Can Dance,” Wall has established himself as one of America’s most beloved and recognized choreographers. Now, he’s the artistic director behind Shaping Sound, a dynamic group of dancers producing an electrifying new show, “After the Curtain.” These visual musicians are dazzling audiences as they tell the story of a man fighting to find his creative voice after the death of his one true love. 8 p.m. June 10. $29-$79. The Long Center, 701 W. Riverside Drive. 512-474-5664,


The Wine & Food Foundation of Texas’ Hill Country Wine Tour. Experience what critics have been raving about with acclaimed wines from three of the Hill Country’s best wineries: Fall Creek Vineyards, Ron Yates Winery and Kuhlman Cellars. A luxury coach will take 50 guests for a tasting of Fall Creek wines with lunch, prepared by local Chef David Garrido, at the winery’s newest location in Driftwood. The second stop is the newly opened Ron Yates in Johnson City, where you can taste wines, enjoy a barrel tasting and learn about exciting future plans for his new complex. Finally, be led through a sommelier-curated wine and food pairing tasting at Kuhlman Cellars, with tasting bites prepared by their in-house chef. 11:50 a.m. June 11. $110-$135. Meet at Barton Creek Mall, 2901 S. Capital of Texas Highway.

Infinite Monkey Theorem’s Second Sunday Brunch. The urban winery is kicking off a new Sunday brunch series with food truck LeRoy and Lewis, which is offering “new school” barbecue from former Freedmen’s pitmaster Evan LeRoy. The food truck will be parked outside Infinite Monkey Theorem serving a special brunch menu that you can pair with a glass of wine. Local band Deer Fellow will play from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Put on your Sunday best — or just keep your PJs on — for a brunch party you don’t want to miss. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 11. Free. 121 Pickle Road, #110.

Vulcan Video Presents “Harold and Maude.” Vulcan Video’s outdoor screenings at Cherrywood Coffeehouse continue with “Harold and Maude,” about the romance between death-obsessed Harold and quirky, life-loving Maude. 8 p.m. June 11. 1400 E. 38th 1/2 St.

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