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Yoga, movies and more to get you going on a Monday

Arianna Auber
Amy Nelson of Folk Uke will be playing at Swollen Circus at C-Boy’s the Tuesday of South by Southwest. Suzanne Cordeiro for American-Statesman 2015


Pints & Poses. The Hyatt Regency Austin’s monthly night of zen returns with the balance of yoga and booze. First, wind down with a vinyasa flow yoga class hosted by Ferny Barcelo and featuring live meditative music provided by Trey Tarwater, a local yoga DJ. Then, head to a pop-up bar on the hotel’s Zilker Terrace for a free pint of beer (rather than the usual Marker 10 bar where the second half of the evening is typically held). Participants are encouraged to bring their own mats. 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. March 12. Free. 208 Barton Springs Road. 512-477-1234,


Movie Mondays at Yard Bar. With nicer weather back in Austin, one of the city’s most dog-friendly bars is hosting a weekly movie night. The theme for March’s Movie Mondays is the 1990s — films made during that decade. Up next is “Heavyweights,” about overweight boys who attend a summer camp that has been recently taken over by a fitness fanatic, played by Ben Stiller, who turns it into a nightmare of over-the-top training. There will be themed food and drink specials. “Space Jam” and “Men in Black” will also play subsequent Mondays this month. 7 p.m. March 12. Free. 6700 Burnet Road.


“Salvador Dali: The Argillet Collection.” Madame Argillet is both the curator of this Dali collection at Russell Collection Fine Art Gallery and the daughter of the famed Pierre Argillet, Dali’s publisher and confidante for more than 50 years. The Argillet Collection is, therefore, the most authenticated collection of Dali’s work throughout his career as a Spanish surrealist. The works have appeared in the world’s most prestigious museums, and having them in Austin is a real treat. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Saturday through March 31. 512-478-4440,

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Swollen Circus at C-Boy’s. Once an unofficial SXSW opening bash of sorts, Michael Hall and Walter Salas-Humara’s annual event has now blended into the ever-growing maelstrom, but it remains a special event because of its long history (dating back to 1990s gatherings at Hole in the Wall). Now on South Congress, it still features a strong lineup, including Salas-Humara on his own and Hall with his Johnson City band, plus the Carrie Rodriguez Laboratorio, Folk Uke, Kathy McCarty, Julie Lowery & Steve McCarthy, Amy Cook, Jon Dee & William Harries Graham, Winona Forever and Rotten Mangoes. $5. 9:30 p.m. March 13. 2008 S. Congress Ave. — Peter Blackstock

“Harvey.” Sam Bass Theatre’s latest production is a Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy by Mary Chase. “Harvey” is the story of a perfect gentleman, Elwood P. Dowd, and his best friend, Harvey — a 6-foot-tall invisible rabbit. When Elwood begins introducing Harvey around town, his embarrassed sister, Veta Louise, and her daughter, Myrtle Mae, are determined to commit Elwood to a sanitarium. 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday through April 1. $12-$15. Old Depot Stage, 600 N. Lee St., Round Rock. 512-763-7228,