SATURDAY 11/2. 4-7 p.m. The Bernice Garden. Free.
The next generation of artists and musicians is growing and learning even as we speak. Trust Tree, a nonprofit music and art camp for girls, wants to ensure that girls are part of — and can see themselves as — that creative power. Trust Tree’s songwriting workshops and visual art camps offer girls ages 9-16 the opportunity to form bands and friendships, write and perform songs, and work with a team of female musicians and educators. As part of Trust Tree’s second annual fall fundraiser, Rockin’ in the Garden, supporters of the nonprofit will get a chance to see performances by Trust Tree campers Victory Divine and Sadie Evans as well as sets by local bands Better Get Your Britches and Waco Kids. Admission for the family-friendly event is free; donations help Trust Tree pay for supplies and equipment for the summer camp as well as scholarships and financial assistance for campers. Halloween costumes are encouraged for those still celebrating the spooky holiday, and one lucky raffle prize winner will be the proud new owner of an Aloha ukulele. The Museum of Discovery’s Tinkering Studio will be on site for busy hands, along with face painting, zine-making, vinyl record painting and more crafting. There will also be a photo booth, and snacks, refreshments and beer. The event starts at 4 p.m., rain or shine, at the Bernice Garden, 1401 Main St.