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Women’s History Month Spotlight: Martha Cotera

As Women’s History Month comes to an end, we’d like to highlight community activist Martha Cotera’s impact in Austin. Dedicating many years of her life to activism, civil rights, feminism, and Latino history, Martha Cortera is one of the many supporters of preserving Palm School and its vibrant cultural history.

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Let’s Join Forces to Support Local Businesses

Discover the many ways you can help our community overcome the cancellation of SXSW. People all over the city and across the nation are banding together to support the countless artists, restaurants, bars, venues, hotels, and businesses that were deeply impacted.

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Discover the Southwest Corner of Waterloo Park

This fall, you’ll be able to stroll through the elevated promenade that snakes its way through the southwestern corner of Waterloo Park. Starting at the intersection of 12th and Trinity Streets, the elevated promenade — often referred to as the “S bridge” because of its shape — will provide a stunning view and entrance point to Waterloo Park’s endless trails, lush gardens, welcoming gathering spaces, and of course, the 5,000-person-capacity Moody Amphitheater.

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Support Waterloo Greenway this Amplify Austin Day

From free family programs, vital park operations, and breathtaking art installations to the construction of a beautiful natural space that brings the entire community together — your gift makes everything at Waterloo Greenway possible.

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A Look at Moody Amphitheater Construction

Every day, we get one step closer to unveiling a revitalized Waterloo Park in the heart of downtown Austin.

This 11-acre green space, between 12th and 15th Streets and along Red River and Trinity Streets, will soon be home to more than a mile of tree-lined hike-and-bike trails, stunning Hill Country gardens, imaginative playscapes, and the 5,000-person-capacity Moody Amphitheater.

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