The Austin School of Fashion Design, or ASFD, relocated from North Austin to Georgetown in October. (Courtesy The Austin School of Fashion Design)
The school was previously located in Austin.
The business announced the closure on Facebook on Oct. 27.
The 18-hole course will hold mini golf tournaments and will have league play for different age groups, and concessions will be available on-site.
The October and November calendar includes the Halloween paddle on Lady Bird Lake and a new event from the organizers of Babes Fest.
Delaware Sub Shop has seen more U.S. presidents—seven—than the total number of hot subs offered on its menu—six.
Black Widow MMA, one of Austin’s few woman-owned mixed martial arts gyms, emphasizes drilling down fundamentals and making its classes open for everyone.
From the virtual Texas Book Festival to ghost tours in Georgetown, find an event to attend this October and November.
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KidStrong Pflugerville is a private child development center that specializes in “brain, physical and character development.”
The HBA is partnering with Stars and Stripes Drive-In Theatre to show “Coco” as part of a Día de los Muertos celebration.
The Diabetes & Metabolic Wellness Center, located at 66 Gruene Park Drive, Ste. 210, New Braunfels, is now open.
The shopping center will soon be home to BBVA Bank, SynergenX and the new location of Ernesto’s Jewelry.
The Unknown Concept, a collection of local brands and artists located at 218 Guadalupe St., San Marcos, opened Sept. 6.
A 76-acre industrial park located at 19200 Marketplace Ave., Kyle, is scheduled to start opening its first phase of development in spring 2021, according to information from its development company, Northpoint Development.
Olivia Aldridge, Lauren Canterberry, Nicholas Cicale, Ali Linan, Iain Oldman, Brian Rash and Kelsey Thompson contributed to this report.