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The Planner: More things to see and do, Sept. 6

Sisters Emily Robison, left, and Martie Maguire of the Court Yard Hounds will play Tuesday at Waterloo Records to celebrate the release of “Amelita.”

This weekend

The Texas Music Museum is back with the third annual International Music Festival on Saturday and Sunday. This year’s event is being co-sponsored by the George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Arts Center, 1165 Angelina St., where all the performances will take place.

The music will be from noon to 6:30 p.m. Saturday and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday. Admission is free. Saturday’s lineup includes music from China, Russia, Serbia and the Balkans (from the Flying Balalaika Brothers), Ireland, Wales, Scotland, England, India, Pakistan, Germany and more.

On Sunday, the Czech Republic, Native Americans, Iraq, Iran, Turkey, Syria, Mexico and West Africa will be among the cultures represented.

For more on the Texas Music Museum and its mission, go to

Coming up

Music Monday: “Ornette: Made In America.” This documentary follows jazz great Ornette Coleman over three decades. 10 p.m. Monday. $5. Alamo Ritz, 320 E. Sixth St. 512-476-1320,

“Court Yard Hounds.” Sisters Martie Maguire and Emily Robison will celebrate the release of their new album, “Amelita,” with a free performance at 5 p.m. Tuesday. The duo, who are on the Austin City Limits Music Festival schedule at 2 p.m. Oct. 4 and 11, will sign copies of the new record after they play. Waterloo Records, 600 N. Lamar Blvd. For more of our ACL Fest previews, go to

Bangarang!: “Rushmore.” Wes Anderson’s 1998 film starring Jason Schwartzman as 15-year-old Max Fischer. 7 p.m. Tuesday. Alamo Village, 2700 W. Anderson Lane. 512-476-1320,

A week away

Wooldridge Square Reopening Celebration. After a year of work by the Parks and Recreation Department, the square reopens with family activities, live music, food vendors and special performances by Dale Watson on Sept. 13 and the Austin Symphony Big Band on Sept. 14. 7:30 p.m. Sept. 13 and 14. In this Sunday’s Life & Arts section, Michael Barnes writes about the history of the square, which fell into some disrepair after decades as a political launching pad and community gathering spot.

Next week in Austin360

Leave time in your fall social calendar — after you plot out what movies you want to see with this week’s fall movie preview, we’ll be back next week to talk about the arts. Jeanne Claire van Ryzin will have the details on everything from the ballet to Broadway, the symphony to the East Austin Studio Tour.