The Build the HYP gala raises money to support Austin Habitat for Humanity, coaxing contributors with tunes from a headlining swing-rock-ska hybrid act. The gala includes snacks to fill bellies famished from swing dancing and starting a sawdust-only diet to show solidarity with in-process homes. The Daddies' set will be supplemented by local act Vintage 15, a 15-piece band that updates jazz jams from staple artists such as Frank Sinatra, Harry Connick Jr., and Michael Bublé. Attendees can also be on the lookout for Raise the Roof shingle prizes, which include scaffolding exhausted roof-raising arms.
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Perched on the bank of Lake Travis, Daybreak Miniature Golf Park blends 18 confoundingly contoured holes with scenic views and cool breezes off the water. Friends and families unsheathe putters and embark on pintsize rounds, knocking kaleidoscopic spheres over banks and swales and rolling past hole-in-one hindrances such as stones and ethereal psychological sand traps. The challenging course speckles water hazards and worrisome warbles along an array of par 2 and par 3 holes. Youngsters have fun clobbering balls along the imaginatively molded, brightly hued greens, while more experienced golfsmiths can challenge themselves to ace the park's lengthy 50-foot putt. Open as late at 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday evenings, the park's overhead lights team up with the moon and lighter-wielding constellations to illuminate the beautifully landscaped, flower-filled course.