Cars and Coffee is set to be hosted by Austin Landing every other Saturday this summer. Organizers say the car show attracts more than 800 cars and is among the top rated shows of its kind in the country. FILE

Austin Landing to host entertainment events

The Park at Austin Landing is hosting a variety of entertainment activities this summer ranging from concerts, movies, sand sculptures, skydives, fitness competitions and community events.

Many events will be ongoing throughout the summer while others are scheduled for selected dates in June. They include:

THROUGH SUMMER

•Game Nights: Through September. Each week from Monday-Wednesday every week games will be featured on a rotating basis.

•Happy Hour Remotes: June through October. Each Wednesday The Park will host a Happy Hour remote.

Please visit www.austinlanding.com/events for full details.

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•Cars and Coffee: June through September. Every other Saturday morning hundreds of cars are featured in a drive-in show.

•Jeep Show at BJ’s Brewhouse: June through November. Each 4th Wednesday of the month, the restaurant hosts this event to raise money for a local non-profit.

JUNE

•First Friday: Starts June 7. The Park hosts monthly fund-raising concerts and a Food Truck Frenzy. The first show is Stranger opening for the Journey tribute band “Any Way You Want It.” Go to www.austinlanding.com/junefirstfriday for a schedule.

•Sandmazing: June 15. Sand sculptures are carved all week and the event features games, bounce houses, a zip line and other activities.

•Fitness Fest: June 21-23. The event features concerts, a CrossFit competition along with multiple health and wellness vendors. All proceeds benefit Montgomery County Law Enforcement Memorial.

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