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Keep your Saturday lively with these events

Arianna Auber
Members of the band CAPYAC are reaching for the skies in their next show this weekend. [Jay Janner / AMERICAN-STATESMAN]


Capyac at Scoot Inn. Back in February, these electro-funk pranksters celebrated unusual aquatic love in a deep sea-themed show. For this go-round, they take to the clouds with a new live music spectacle they’re calling “Miracle From the Sky.” They promise the show will feature “clouds, birds and other aerial delights.” The event celebrates Capyac’s new EP, “Baby Make Money,” which dropped in late May and features some of the group’s most intricate and emotional electronic compositions to date. $15-$20. 7 p.m. doors Saturday. 1308 E. Fourth St. — Deborah Sengupta Stith


"The Rose" at ColdTowne Theater. "The Rose: Trouble in Paradise" pits rejected suitors against each other in a battle for love, victory and fame. Longtime viewers of series like "The Bachelor" know that things really get spicy in the spin-off season, when contestants who were “here for the right reasons" show their true colors as they get a second chance at victory — and notoriety. Watch a cast of Austin's finest comedians competes to win the ultimate prize: your attention. 8:30 p.m. Saturday through Aug. 10. $12. 4803 Airport Blvd.


Island Kitty Release at Pinthouse Pizza. Pinthouse's Electric Jellyfish IPA is one of the most beloved local beers, but it's far from the only popular one at this trio of brewpubs. The South Lamar location will release the Island Kitty, a Painkiller-inspired IPA that has developed a cult following, this weekend. The Painkiller is a rum cocktail; to replicate it in beer form, Pinthouse brewers use flaked oats and wheat, a variety of hops, and fruit puree including pineapple, blood orange and coconut. 11 a.m. Saturday. Free. 4236 S. Lamar Blvd.

Float Party at Last Stand Brewing. Who says you need a river to float? The Hill Country brewery has another way to keep you cool this summer, and it's quite delicious — beer floats. Saturday is National Ice Cream Soda Day (because of course that's a thing). Last Stand celebrates adult-style with Milk Stout Vanilla Ice Cream Floats and Craftsman Light Fruit Sherbet Floats ($7). The kiddos can also join in the fun with a traditional Coke or root beer float ($4). Even the dogs will have their pupsicles. 12 to 8 p.m. Saturday. Free. 12345 Pauls Valley Road.


Children's Book Fair at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. Meet Texas-based children’s authors and illustrators, enjoy story time and other literary activities, and discover great stories and books to take home. Browse books in the air-conditioned McDermott Learning Center; then head to the wildflower center's Family Garden to read in the shade of Lynda’s Library, a new addition to the Play Lawn. Authors include Emma Virjan, Carmen Oliver and Lindsay Leslie. 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday. $6-$12. 4801 La Crosse Ave. 512-232-0100,


"Circadian Buzz" at Davis Gallery. This extensive group exhibit is focused on repetition and daily habits and how they play into each of the artists' work. Repetition is a fundamental principle of any work of art, and all of the artists are well aware of their habits day after day. Each of the participants, which include David Leonard, Gladys Poorte and Fallon Bartos, have created a new piece or have carefully chosen work from the past that recognizes these concepts. Opening reception 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday through Aug 31. 837 W. 12th St.