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Earth Day, other events to start off your new week

Arianna Auber
Think you remember all the McDreamy details of "Grey's Anatomy" from over the years? The Growler USA trivia night might be for you. [Contributed by ABC]

Theater & dance

"Once There Were Six Seasons." Glass Half Full Theatre's award-winning production featuring miniature puppets returned Earth Day weekend as a three-part interactive experience. Audiences will travel the globe and explore humanity's impact on climate change, watching as WWE-style wrestlers fight each other for limited funding and support. The new project, in which audiences share the stage with the actors, gives potential solutions to climate change. 7 p.m. Monday, 8 p.m. Friday, and 2 and 7 p.m. Saturday through May 4. $12-$30. Dougherty Arts Center, 1110 Barton Springs Road.


Guayakí Earth Day. Guayakí Yerba Mate is hosting a street fair on Earth Day that will feature live music, art exhibits and food trucks. Austin artists the Deer, SirWoman and another to-be-announced special guest perform. The street fair is an extension of a shared virtual reality experience, the "I Am This" dome housed at Native Hostel, for one more night. There's no admission fee to attend, but $5 donations are also being accepted for HAAM, the Health Alliance for Austin Musicians. 4 to 8 p.m. April 22. Free. 807 E. Fourth St.

Earth Day with the Jack Allen's team. The four Jack Allen's Kitchen locations and sibling restaurant Salt Traders Coastal Cooking are getting extra eco-friendly for Earth Day this year. Each eatery plans to donate a portion of the proceeds from every pint sold of Circle Brewing's Lady Bird IPA to local nonprofit Keep Austin Beautiful, which aims to inspire the community to beautify Austin, starting on Earth Day through May 31. 11 a.m. daily. Jack Allen's: 7720 Hwy. 71 West, 3600 N. Capital of Texas Highway, 3010 W. Anderson Lane. 2500 Hoppe Trail, Round Rock. Salt Traders, 2850 N. Interstate 35, Round Rock.

"Grey's Anatomy" trivia at Growler USA Austin. Check into Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital (formerly Grace Mercy West Hospital, formerly Seattle Grace Hospital) and let McDreamy or McSteamy or whoever’s team you’re on save your life. Think you can school Yang? Want to go head to head with Bailey? Head to Growler USA for five rounds of "Grey's Anatomy" trivia. Reserve spots for you and your team ahead of time, making sure each participant has a ticket. 7 to 9 p.m. April 22. Free. 609 W. 29th St.


Harry Ransom Center. "The Rise of Everyday Design: The Arts and Crafts Movement in Britain and America." More than 200 items, including books, drawings, furniture, decorative arts objects, photographs, flyers, broadsides and advertising ephemera, offer a new and detailed look at the history of the arts and crafts movement. Check out this show before heading to Preservation Austin's annual home tour on Saturday. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Wednesday and Friday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday, and noon to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday through July 14. 300 W. 21st St.


Magnolia Mondays at Violet Crown Cinema. Magnolia Mondays is a retrospective celebrating nearly two decades of movies from independent film distributor Magnolia Pictures. The first series, presented over eight weeks, showcases critically acclaimed narrative and documentary films from Magnolia’s extensive library. Playing for the final two weeks is ”The Host," about a monster that emerges from the Seoul River and attacks people. 7 p.m. Monday and additional Mondays through April 29. $5. 434 W. Second St.