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There’s never been a better time to experience CHICAGO, Broadway’s razzle-dazzle smash.
October 1-November 20
This exhibition marks the 39th Annual Día de los Muertos exhibition and celebration at the Mexic-Arte Museum since 1984.
It’s the last month to check out this exhibition that features 30+ national artists in the creation of water-inspired art kites.
The 20th annual Austin Jewish Film Festival will take place on the Dell Jewish Community Campus between November 3 and 13, but there will also be online screenings as well.
For over 10 years, APF has brought movies to neighborhood parks across Austin ensuring Austinites of all backgrounds have access to free outdoor entertainment.
Mark your calendars to spend two weekends immersed in Polish cinema at Austin cult movie theater AFS Cinema.
Register for a project in a park, trail, or green space in your neighborhood to help out the spaces we all love and enjoy.
Invite your friends to this powerful event, which celebrates global leaders and young filmmakers who are making a difference for women and girls around the world.
This event first started as a meme, but it’s since become a goofy and usually sold-out spectacle. Let loose and dress up as your favorite ogre, donkey, or dragon.
Shop from regional arts and crafts vendors under the big tent, watch artist demonstrations, and enjoy great food from Southside Market and BBQ.
The Texas Book Festival connects authors and readers through experiences that celebrate the culture of literacy, ideas, and imagination.
Here you’ll enjoy good food, music, dancing, exciting carnival rides and games, German, Texan and domestic beer, special events, and the finest in Alpine and Bavarian Style Entertainment.
Check out multi-stages of all things Celtic at the beautiful Pioneer Farms in North Austin.
Stroll through historic Travis Heights to enjoy and purchase arts and crafts that support local artists.
The combined East and West Austin Studio Tours feature 520 Austin-based artists and collaborators in a citywide celebration of art in Austin.
Enjoy live music and family-friendly activities at Moody Amphitheater at Waterloo Park each night from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
The intimate evenings will feature Tarantino in conversation with several notable film critics and film historians.
Free classes are led by certified instructors from It’s Time Texas and accommodate all levels of fitness and abilities.
It’s back! Austin’s 4th Catio Tour will showcase a variety of outdoor cat enclosures around the city.
Four Weekends (Nov 12-Dec 4)
This family-friendly and dog-friendly market will take place over four weekends at Ani’s Day & Night.
November 19-December 24
When you’re looking for things to do in Austin in November, don’t skip the local favorite Blue Genie Bazaar. The Bazaar features the handmade, unique work of over 200 artists who are selected from a talented pool of more than 400 applicants each year.
The Sunday before Thanksgiving, this annual event donates all proceeds to Kids Cafe, a program of the Central Texas Food Bank, and Meals for Kids, a program of Meals on Wheels Central Texas.
Attend the largest 5-mile run in Texas, with more than 700 volunteers and over 20,000 participants from all over the U.S. and beyond.
The movement brings people together to support their communities. GivingTuesday is a global day of giving that takes place every year on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving and commercial shopping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
As originally published in Realty Austin.