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Hearth and Soul is a gathering place and shopping experience where you can discover beautiful things for yourself, your home or someone special in your life. Curated collection of simple, modern and classic items, including top brands and artisan goods, will both warm your heart and feed your soul.

For more information give them a call (512) 474-7685 or go visit them at 2727 Exposition Blvd Austin, TX 78703
Mon – Fri 9 AM – 7 PM
Sat 10 AM – 6 PM
Sun 12 – 5 PM

And check out Hearth & Soul’s upcoming events. hearthandsoul

Every Monday 10AM | Children’s Summer Story Time
Monday mornings at 10AM for children’s story time! Every week they have a geast host reading selected books from our kid’s corner. Snacks and drinks provided.

Every Wednesday 1PM – Close | White Claw Wednesdays
Every Wednesday this summer come over to Hearth and Soul for refreshments as you shop around, escape the traffic, and beat the heat! White Claws provided by Brown Distributing Co.

Meet and greet Hollywood Stuntman, Allen Robinson, as he shares his experiences and how you can change the way you interpret fear in your life. TEXSAR member, Allen Robinson, has been a sought after stuntman for over three decades. In the past year alone, he doubled for Clint Eastwood, Jim Carrey, and Tom Hanks. His most recent project was the newly released movie, “The Mule” and one of his most notable credits was in the classic, “Forrest Gump”. With over 150 movie and TV projects under his belt, Allen has been inducted in the Stuntman Hall of Fame and is a member of the Stuntman’s Association of Motion Pictures. When Allen is not coordinating crashes and falls, in Hollywood, he spends his time living in the Texas Hill Country and volunteering with TEXSAR. Allen has been an active TEXSAR member since 2014 and a beloved part of the team.

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