Epsilon Beta, Austin Space Day, Oobleck, Secret Beach, Franklin Barbecue Line, Kyle Flea Market and Corner Tubes

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Chase Martinez | Daily Texan Staff

Epsilon Beta alumni pour out of the Austin Convention Center after the 43rd Southwest Regional Conference ended.

Chase Martinez | Daily Texan Staff

Families explore the booths at Austin Space Day at the AT&T Conference Center. The event included a planetarium and a lecture from a former space shuttle astronaut.

Chase Martinez | Daily Texan Staff

Austin Space Day attendees help make obleck at the AT&T Conference Center. Oobleck is a non-Newtonian fluid that acts like a liquid if poured, but a solid when pressure is applied.

Trent Lesikar | Daily Texan Staff

Phoenix Muniz, 4, and her father, Manny, wade in the Colorado River at a spot on “Secret Beach” on the east side. Manny said this was their first time at the well-kept secret yet popular swimming hole.

Erika Rich | Daily Texan Staff

Harrison Blase, 3, plays on his father’s iPhone while waiting out the line at Franklin Barbecue on Saturday morning.

Allen Otto | Daily Texan Staff

Javier Aguilar re-organizes his stand at a flea market in Kyle, Texas, on Saturday afternoon.

Allen Otto | Daily Texan Staff

Greg Hatcher, the manager of a flea market in Kyle, watches the entrance to the building of his new company.

Erika Rich | Daily Texan Staff

An employee at Corner Tubes, a tubing rental store in New Braunfels, returns items to the back room Saturday afternoon.