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Movies, frozen treats, fundraisers and more fun this weekend

Staff Writer
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FRIDAY

Friday Night Flix. Lone Star Court’s monthly film series is embracing the summer weather as the Domain hotel shows the 1990s favorite “Happy Gilmore” on a huge outdoor screen in its pavilion. Get there early to grab a refreshing poptail (a popsicle infused with booze, of course) from Lone Star Court’s bar, the Water Trough, and stick around for live music starting at 10:30 p.m., when the Marshall Hood Band will perform. Happy hour will run extra late, until 11:30 p.m., and families are welcome to jump around on the Smart Trampoline. 6 p.m July 28. Free. Lone Star Court, 10901 Domain Drive. lonestarcourt.com.

“The Rocky Horror Picture Show” Live. Are you shivering in anticipation? O’Brien’s Orchestra is bringing this live show back to the North Door for a third time to thrill you, chill you and fulfill you. Like other “Rocky Horror” shows that O’Brien’s Orchestra puts on, the night will include audience participation, a live pre-show and performance, and a very special opening segment. Prop bags —which you’ll want to purchase ahead of time for the full experience — and “Rocky Horror” merchandise will be on sale. 8 p.m. doors July 28. $10-$12. The North Door, 502 Brushy St. ndvenue.com.

SATURDAY

“Pong to Pokémon: The Evolution of Electronic Gaming” at the Bullock Museum. The Bullock Museum’s original exhibit “Pong to Pokémon” takes classic video game lovers and high-tech gamers alike through 50 years of gaming history on a nostalgic quest that ends with a look at the future of gaming. Drawing from local, national and international collections and created through partnerships with Texas-based game developers, the interactive, artifact-rich display examines the evolution of the gaming world, its impact on our daily lives and Texas’ role in the industry. Opens July 29. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Saturday, noon to 5 p.m. Sunday through March 18. $9-$13. 1800 Congress Ave. thestoryoftexas.com.

Dog Days of Summer at Revelry Kitchen + Bar. We’re in the thick of the dog days of summer — so there’s no better time than now to hold a boozy fundraiser for the Austin Animal Center. Revelry will have a dunking booth so you can dunk your favorite local celebrities, with each pitch you pay for going straight to the center. There will also be kiddie pools, a backyard grill-out with hot dogs and brats, and drink specials. Bring blankets, food, treats, leashes, collars, bowls, toys and towels for the donation drive. It’s dog-friendly but for 21 and older guests only. 7 to 10 p.m. July 29. Free. 1410 E. Sixth St. facebook.com/events/395620587499428.

National Dance Day 2017. Dust off your dancing shoes: Ballet Austin’s Butler Center for Dance & Fitness is teaming up with the Dizzy Feet Foundation and choreographers Jade Chynoweth and Carlito Olivero, from the new YouTube Red original series “Step Up: High Water,” to celebrate dance and movement, and they want you to join them. In addition to dance classes in a variety of styles and level, there will be dance routines created just for National Dance Day by Chynoweth and Olivero that you can learn. 9:30 a.m. July 29. $10. 501 W. Third St. balletaustin.org.

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