Here's what to look forward to at North Austin Good Neighbor Fest!


International Food Vendors

Support a local business and taste cuisines from vendors right here in North Austin: Yeasmin’s Kitchen, Tony’s Jamaican Food Truck, Peace Bakery, Mom and Pop’s Popsicles and baked goods from Bullseye Bakery!

Kids area

Bounce house, face painting, petting zoo, balloon animals, and facilitated kids games like water balloon toss, three legged races and more!

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Enjoy amazing music & dance performances from Blowcomotion Community Big Brass Band, Heavenly Dragon Lion Dancers, and DJ Kelly D.


At specific times throughout the festival, neighbors will be available to listen for anyone who needs to be heard. You will sit down with your listener and set a timer for an amount of time that you will be able to share. Your listener will listen without judgment. 


The Living Room Conversation

Join us for a facilitated conversation about being a good neighbor to those who are different from us. Come and go as you please while we take a deeper look at what builds a strong community. 

Meaningful Mural

Come contemplate, enjoy and take a photo with the original “We’re All Neighbors” themed mural our friend Will Hatch Crosby is cooking up for GNF! 


Postcard Station

Create your own postcard from scratch, guided by our neighbor Tim Mateer! Swap with a neighbor or write an encouraging note to be mailed to a senior through Drive a Senior’s delivery program.  

Chalkboard Wall

Share your thoughts about what's awesome in North Austin... hidden gems, your favorite spots, an awesome neighbor, or anything else people should know about!

Outdoor Dinner

Community Table

Bring back connection around the table by getting to know the people around you! Tell a memory of your favorite dish growing up, or just enjoy good food and music together. 

Wishing Tree

Tie a wish for our community on the Wishing Tree, led by our neighbor Sally Richardson.


Community Painting

Contribute to the Community Painting guided by artist and trauma-informed creative coach Neena Raine.


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Good Neighbor Fest is powered by North Austin neighbors like you.

There are many ways you can help:

  • Volunteer your time & skills

  • Help create the festival activities

  • Spread the word to your neighbors

  • And much more!