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    Blue Genie Art Bazaar

    Austin's fave shopping destination for the holidays returns with online ordering with pickup or shipping, in-store shopping, and virtual and personal shopping. It is the place to find unique jewelry, art, home goods, and gifts.
    Nov. 19-Dec. 23, 10am-10pm; Dec. 24, 10am-6pm. Free entry.  
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    Creek Show

    Waterloo Greenway's annual show takes over the newly renovated Waterloo Park for 10 days, with stunning light-based art installations by local designers, activities for kids and families, and live music each night from Austin's top talent of various genres. And it's free! Don't miss this one.
    Nov. 12-21  
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    Cranksgiving

    Meet up at Peddler for a scavenger hunt and food drive on two wheels, wherein participants will buy supplies for Central Texas Food Bank along the way to the afterparty and awards ceremony at Buzz Mill.
    Sat., Nov. 20, 1:30pm  
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    EAST Afterparty

    Join the Cathedral and atxGALS for an open bar, live music, and art by emerging women artists.
    Sat., Nov. 20, 7-11pm. $25-45.  
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    Thanksgiving Dining

    Group Therapy at Hotel ZaZa

    Looking for a Thanksgiving meal as memorable as it is delicious? Reserve yourself a feast at the smart and snazzy Hotel ZaZa right in the heart of Downtown Austin, where the talented kitchen of Group Therapy will treat you very well indeed, fête-ing: you with the likes of a surf-n-turf crostini duo, sweet corn and poblano soup, and a Texas apple salad before you even get to the mains. And those mains? Orange Butter Scallop, with cauliflower pilaf and chili-rubbed baby carrots, is just one of the choices. (They also have the classic turkey option, natch.) You can à la carte everything here, of course, but we are so tempted by that order-the-whole-menu deal.
    Thu., Nov. 25, 4-11pm. $75.  
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    Civic Events

    St. John Community Health Fair & Festival

    Bring the whole family for a fest full of resources, info, and fun, including vaccines, community orgs, a carnival, vendors, live music, and even a petting zoo!
    Sat., Nov. 20, noon-4pm. Free.  
    St. John Tabernacle, 7501 Blessing
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    The Front Market Holiday Series

    An outdoor market with a new lineup of 30+ vendors each weekend, with rotating brunch menus and DJ sets to boot. Weekend one's theme is Art Date, with a lovely lineup of women and queer artists. Weekend two is Sustain Local in honor of National Small Business Weekend. The third will be Cozy Season, including a tamale pop-up and holiday vendors. The final installment is Santa, Baby, and will feature decadent brunch and two days of drag.
    Saturdays & Sundays, Nov. 27-Dec. 12. By donation.  
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    The Maker's Market

    Shop Eastside Pop Up's local artisans, makers, and vintage collectors and enjoy killer coffee, lovely libations, and tasty bites.
    Sat., Nov. 20, 11am-4pm. Free.  
    High Noon & LongvPlay Lounge, 1910 & 2000 E. Cesar Chavez
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    Out of Town

    "Georgia O’Keeffe, Photographer"

    Known for her paintings and married to a famous photographer, this is the first exhibition that explores: O’Keeffe’s connection to photography.
    Sun., Oct. 17-Jan. 23, 2022  
    Museum Fine Arts, Houston
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    A Christmas Affair

    Get a jump start on holiday shopping at the Junior League's curated market.
    Thu.-Sun., Nov. 18-21  
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    Out of Town

    A Day at the Farm and Farmers' Market

    Shop with the local growers, ranchers, and crafters, and then explore the grounds of a 1850s farm.
    Saturdays, 9am-1pm  
    Boerne
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    Civic Events

    A.B. Cantu/Pan American Recreation Center Thanksgiving Dinner

    Meals will be distributed via a drive-through; there will be no sit-down dining area.
    Sat., Nov. 20, 10am-2pm. Free.
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    Kids

    All-Ages Virtual Storytime

    Featuring stories, songs, finger plays, rhymes, and other extension activities. Registration required.
    Saturdays, 10:30am  
    Virtual
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    AusPop at Pershing Hall

    A special exhibit celebrating the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Armadillo World Headquarters, wherein AusPop will display a selection of the museum's vast AWHQ poster collection along with some fabulous photos, album covers, and ephemera and play music by bands who performed at the AWHQ with a slideshow. Plus, a sneak peek at the in-progress AWHQ documentary, and a reunion for past employees Sunday. Donations will be accepted and the proceeds will benefit the Austin Museum of Popular Culture.
    Fri.-Sun., Nov. 19-21, noon-5pm. Donations accepted.  
    Pershing Hall, 2415 E. Fifth
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    Sports

    Austin Blacks Rugby

    The Grand Prairie Mavericks and Fort Worth Rugby come to Burr Field for three matches: divisions 1, 2, and 3.
    Sat., Nov. 20, noon-5pm  
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    Austin Empty Bowl Project

    The 25th annual event is largely virtual, meaning two weeks to make an impact for those experiencing hunger. Go online to shop the store, bid on the silent auction, or make a donation to benefit Central Texas Food Bank and Meals on Wheels Central Texas. Those who buy bowls can pick them up at a drive-through Nov. 21 at CTFB.
    Through Nov. 20  
    Online; pick up bowls at Central Texas Food Bank, 6500 Metropolis
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    Austin Flea

    Local vintage and handmade goods, plus vintage video games, ice cream, and frose.
    Sat., Nov. 20, 10am-4pm  
    Violet Crown Clubhouse, 7100 Woodrow
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    Austin Scavenger Hunt

    Explore Downtown in search of storied buildings, green spaces, and famous concert venues, all while solving riddles, trivia questions, and completing photo challenges. Now available: "Roam From Home," with family and date night scavenger hunt activities you can do without leaving the house.
    Anytime. $12.99-24.99.  
    Online and at home
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    Kids

    Baby Bloomers

    A special program for visitors ages 0-3 and their families, providing caregivers and early learners the chance to experience the children's museum together. Thinkery will host two storytimes and free play that support the social, emotional, and cognitive development of the earliest learners.
    Saturdays, 8-10am  
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    Breastfeeding Support Group

    Baylor Scott & White Round Rock offers a virtual space to discuss nursing and child development with a certified lactation consultant.
    Third Saturdays, 11am. Free.  
    Zoom
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    Chisos Second Anniversary Party

    Get ready to boot-scoot to multiple bands and enjoy free boot shines, boot giveaways, and complimentary beverages. Proceeds support the Big Bend Conservation Alliance in Far West Texas.
    Sat., Nov. 20, 4-8pm. $20.  
    Chisos Boots, 3507 S. First
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    Out of Town

    Christmas Market

    Local farmers, food vendors, and artisans will be selling their wares at the historic site’s parking lot.
    Sat., Nov. 20, 10am-2pm  
    Washington-on-the-Brazos
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    Civic Events

    City of Austin "How to Help" Portal

    Looking for the right way to help your community during the pandemic? Or do you have a volunteer opportunity that you want to list? Visit the city's "How to Help" portal to make a match. The portal includes ways to help from home, donation drives, and active community engagement opportunities.
     
    Online
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    Dadageek Exhibition

    Stop by IRL or tune in virtually for an evening of inspiring tech art and music from the international dadageek community.
    Sat., Nov. 20, 7-11pm. $5.  
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    Deck the Halls at Hearth & Soul

    Join in to trim the Hearth & Soul Christmas tree and sample seasonal bites and bevs.
    Sat., Nov. 20, 10am-6pm. Free.  
    Hearth & Soul, 2727 Exposition
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    Out of Town

    Desert Door Fourth Anniversary Party

    Celebrate four years of Desert Door with drink specials and live music all weekend. RSVP to enter a drawing for a West Texas Cargo Kit, which includes a Baggu bag, field blanket, bandannas, mugs, and a li'l something to wet your whistle.
    Nov. 18-21. Free.  
    Desert Door Distillery, Driftwood
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    Donate Blood, Get a Free Scarf

    As temps drop, We Are Blood has your back (or neck). Donate blood or platelets to get a limited-edition scarf while supplies last.
    Nov. 18-27, 8am-6pm. Free.  
    We Are Blood donor centers
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    Eastside Event Series

    A weekly event series with a different theme each Saturday, benefiting Green Gate Farms and Black Women in Business, in a collaboration to support food security through fresh produce in East Austin. Nov. 6 features poetry, gospel, and stargazing; Nov. 13 includes blues from Birdlegg, bourbon & bites, and the Travis Audubon Society; Nov. 20 includes a concert from Eastside Kings and food from East Side King; and Nov. 27 closes the series with an ATX music showcase, art exhibit, and wine tasting.
    Sat., Nov. 27, 6pm. $60.  
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    Escape the Box

    Take a journey through time exploring the hidden clues of Austin with Escape the Box, an outdoor guided tour, scavenger hunt, and escape game all in one! It entertains groups of 2-6 at $75 per group. The box features a number of puzzles and clues that can all be found in wonderful Austin neighborhoods along with discounts to participating businesses.
    Ongoing; see website for scheduled pickup times. $75.  
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    Esquina Tango Outdoor Classes

    Esquina Tango has a full calendar of socially distanced, donation-based outdoor classes like samba, salsa aerobics, and of course, tango. Check out the full calendar online.
    Ongoing  
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    Kids

    Fall Harvest Family Festival

    Celebrate autumn with games, art activities, music, and more.
    Sat., Nov. 20, noon-4pm. Free.  
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    Sports

    Farm Yoga

    Enjoy a peaceful morning vinyasa flow session on the farm, then explore the homestead and shop produce, eggs, and local goods.
    Sat., Nov. 6 & 20, Dec. 4 & 18. $30.  
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    Full Moon Women's Cacao Ceremony

    Starting with the heart-opening medicine of cacao, drop into your heart through breath work and meditation, play authentic relating games, and set intentions for life.
    Sat., Nov. 20, 7:30-10pm. $22.  
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    Out of Town

    Handmade Market

    More than 70 vendors display their handcrafted goods along with food trucks.
    Fri.-Sat., Nov. 19-20  
    Boerne
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    Civic Events

    Hands for Hope

    El Buen Samaritano serves families meal kits containing a frozen turkey and sides. Sign up to volunteer for meal distribution.
    Sat., Nov. 20. Free.  
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    Out of Town

    Holiday Parade

    More than 150 floats and entries kick off the holiday season with this annual tradition.
    Sat., Nov. 20, 10am-noon  
    Tomball
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    Out of Town

    John Fairey Garden Open Days

    Visit on a rare public day at one of the most spectacular private gardens with more than 3,000 plants from Asia, Mexico, and the U.S.
    Sat., Nov. 6, 20 & 27. $15.  
    Hempstead
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    Journey Through Breath & FreeFlow Breath Breathwork

    Breathwork reduces stress, improves physical states in the body, and provides emotional release and trauma integration.
    Saturdays, 5pm. $22.  
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    Kids

    Just for Tweens: Clay Science

    Kids ages 9-12 can pick up an activity kit and hop online to learn how to make axolotl and sea anemone magnets.
    Sat., Nov. 20, 4pm  
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    Keep Austin Rooted

    Gifting a tree through Treefolks is a fun way to surprise a friend or family member with a present that could last a lifetime, while beautifying and benefiting the community. Donors can opt for preset donation tiers of $30 (10 trees), $75 (25 trees), $150 (50 trees), or an amount of their choice.
    Ongoing  
    Online
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    Leatherworking: The Basics

    Get hands-on working with leather from start to finish, and go away with your own project and a valuable skill you can use for years to create bags, belts, and more.
    Third Saturdays, 10am-2:30pm. $100.  
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    Out of Town

    Lightscape

    The mile-long walking trail of lights creates an enchanted garden of monumental light displays.
    Nov. 19-Jan. 2. $18-25.  
    San Antonio
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    Marquise Salon Suites Toys for Tots Drop-Off

    The salon celebrates its first anniversary by partnering with the Marines to collect new, unwrapped toys for children in need.
    Through Dec. 6. Mon., 10am-3pm; Tue.-Sat., 11am-5pm  
    Marquise Salon Suites, 7010 Hwy. 71 W. #150
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    Miracle on Fifth Street

    Austin's fave Christmas cocktail pop-up is back with a dizzying menu of creative concoctions. Grab a Dasher Pass to skip the outside line, and to-go orders can be taken online. A portion of proceeds from to-go sales will go to Austin Pets Alive! and the Austin Children's Shelter.
    Nov. 19-Dec. 28  
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    Morning Kundalini

    Classes incorporate powerful breathwork practices, movement, mantra chanting, and a closing 7-11 minute meditation. Beginners are always welcome.
    Saturdays, 10am. $22.  
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    Mutiny Market

    Shop a couple dozen local vendors and enjoy music and yummy drinks.
    Sat., Nov. 20, noon-5pm. Free.  
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    Out of Town

    No Stone Unturned: A Lifetime of Archaeology

    Ben McReynolds has donated his extensive and unique collection to the museum. It will be on view for a year along with the permanent collection that includes artifacts from La Belle, the French ship discovered in Matagorda Bay; the story of ranching on the coast; and more than 13,000 years of Texas history.
    April 23, 2021-April 30, 2022. Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm  
    Museum of the Coastal Bend, Victoria
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    Of the Earth: Medicinal Plants of Pease Park

    In honor of Native American Heritage Month, Pease Park Conservancy brings you a presentation and native plant walk with Marika Alvarado.
    Sat., Nov. 20, 10:30am-2pm. Free.  
    Kingsbury Commons at Pease Park, 1100 Kingsbury
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    Pioneer Farms Skills Classes

    Have you wanted to learn about blacksmithing, archery, candlemaking, or knitting? The historic Pioneer Farms offers courses in all these and more. Check the calendar and sign up today to learn a fun new skill.
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    Civic Events

    Project Connect Virtual Open House

    The virtual open house is designed to welcome a new round of feedback on Austin's high-capacity transit plan.
    Online
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    Pumpkins for Pigs

    Those pretty pumpkins that make such lovely fall displays can be repurposed as food for the porcine residents of Central Texas Pig Rescue. Donate your intact, undecorated gourds at various locations, and text 512/850-6825 if you have a big haul to give (30+).
    Ongoing  
    16903 Sabertooth Dr., Round Rock; Rebel Cheese, 2200 Aldrich; Zucchini Kill Bakery, 701 E. 53rd; River City Wellness; 8708 S. Congress
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    Out of Town

    Ranch Hand Weekend

    Celebrate the city’s ranching heritage with food, storytelling, craft demonstrations, and the annual: ranch hand breakfast on Saturday morning, a rare opportunity to visit the historic King Ranch.
    Fri.-Sun., Nov. 19-21  
    Kingsville
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    Civic Events

    Redistricting Forum

    Join Common Ground for Texans for a panel about the redistricting process in Texas with experts who were involved: Katya Ehresman with Common Cause Texas, Genevieve Van Cleve with All On The Line, Gary Bledsoe with NAACP Texas, Alice Yi with League of Women Voters Austin Area, and Martha Cotera with Latina Policy Coalition.
    Sat., Nov. 20, 2-4pm  
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    Rhyme & Wine Poetry Festival

    Two days, three venues, and the best poets from across the U.S. Friday night at the Victory Grill, see an open mic and poetry showcase; Saturday afternoon at Native features the $500 slam competition hosted by Austin Poetry Slam; and a featured artist showcase closes out the fest at Antone's Saturday night.
    Fri., Nov. 19. $40.  
    Victory Grill, 1104 E. 11th; Native Hostel, 807 E. Fourth; Antone's; 305 E. Fifth
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    Out of Town

    Shinyribs at Buda Amphitheater

    Jam out with the local fave blues/funk/soul outfit at a free concert put on by Buda Parks & Rec.
    Sat., Nov. 20, 3-5pm. Free.  
    Buda
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    SoCo Select Farmers & Makers Market

    Because you like it local, because you like it good.
    Saturdays, 11am-5pm
    1511 S. Congress
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    Sports

    Southwestern University Men's Basketball

    Vs. Texas-Dallas. Sat., Nov. 20, 4pm. Vs. Concordia. Sun., Nov. 21, 4pm  
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    Sports

    Stronger Austin Virtual Classes

    Stronger Austin offers a wide variety of free virtual fitness classes, from cardio to Zumba, and you're bound to find one that fits your schedule amongst their daily offerings.
    Ongoing. Free.  
    Online via Zoom
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    Out of Town

    Texas Renaissance Festival

    Look for themed weekends throughout the festival’s eight-week run as the party includes new shows and games.
    Sat. & Sun., through Nov. 28  
    Todd Mission
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    Sports

    Texas Stars

    Vs. Grand Rapids Griffins.
    Fri.-Sat., Nov. 19-20, 7pm  
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    Thanksgiving Dining

    TGIVING: Aba Mediterranean

    This year, enjoy a Thanksgiving dinner with a Mediterranean twist from Aba. They've got to-go meals for two, four or six guests, and these palate-pleasing packages include: classic hummus and pumpkin hummus, with crudites and house bread; salad, black truffle orzo; crispy Brussels sprouts; beef tenderloin kebab; crispy chicken thigh with sautéed greens and butternut squash, and a honey pie to finish. Note: Order by Sun., Nov. 21, at 9am; pick-up and deliveries are on Wed., Nov. 24, 10am-4pm; all items are delivered cold with reheating instructions.
    $59.95 per person.  
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    Thanksgiving Dining

    TGIVING: Emmer & Rye

    The award-winning Emmer & Rye team led by Kevin Fink offers dinner meal kits that include a six-course meal and featuring a combination of fully prepared dishes and dishes that require minimal cooking. For instance, the kit for two people comes with a choice of protein (whole roasted heritage chicken or smoked lions mane mushroom) and all of the following sides & desserts: mixed green salad with hibiscus vinaigrette, sourdough stuffing, Deer Creek cheddar green bean casserole, roasted Kennebec potatoes; chicken gravy, Parker House rolls with cultured butter & pear jam, persimmon cobbler & rouge de Bourdeaux ice cream, and lavender cookies. Note: All orders must be picked up on Wed., Nov. 24.
    $150 (for two).  
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    Thanksgiving Dining

    TGIVING: Fleming's Steakhouse

    Ah, the elegance of Fleming's. (We noted the restaurant's appeal in this review. This year, enjoy a three-courser featuring the traditional herb-roasted turkey, or adventure deliciously beefward and choose a classic filet mignon or prime bone-in ribeye instead. (Pro tip: You'll want to opt for the lobster bisque as a starter; it's smooth and creamy heaven in a bowl.) Note: Dining in is such a treat at this place, and both the Domain and Downtown locations will be open, but you can also pre-order for picking up.
    Thu., Nov. 25, 11am-8pm  
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    Thanksgiving Dining

    TGIVING: Foxy's Proper Pub

    Where will you eat on Thanksgiving day, citizen? How about at this classic Irish pub Downtown – locally owned and operated, no less – where they'll be celebrating the holiday with $10 traditional turkey plates and $3 Wild Turkey bourbon gravy boats (while supplies last). Just like at home, the meal will be buffet-style for dine-in only. Bonus: Guests are encouraged to help decorate for Christmas afterward. Now, that's some community fun right there, tell you what.
    Thu., Nov. 25, noon-12mid  
    201 Brazos
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    Thanksgiving Dining

    TGIVING: Goodall's at Hotel Ella

    This year, let the flavor professionals at Goodall's Kitchen – you know: right there in the lovely Hotel Ella – let them handle your holiday foodie desires, whether it's an actual dine-in, family-style feast or one of their to-go Thanksgiving Meal Kits featuring turkey and all the trimming. You and, if you got 'em, your guests will be so happy you'll want to have another scotch and keep playing Uno all night long. Note: Pre-order by Nov. 20 for picking up on Thanksgiving day, from noon-5:30pm.
    $75 (dine-in; $25, kids).  
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    Thanksgiving Dining

    TGIVING: Launderette

    This Eastside culinary gem among culinary gems is offering holiday dishes from gruyère scalloped potatoes to a chocolate pecan tart, with all manner of yum in between. Their roasted bone-in turkey feast (which will satisfy four to six hungry citizens) comes with turkey gravy, herbed sourdough stuffing (mmmm, fennel sausage, leeks, and apple), ginger cranberry sauce, and honey butter pull-apart rolls. They've also got a beef tenderloin option, and sides a-plenty, but we just keep thinking about that incredible homemade rosemary ice cream ($15 a pint). Note: Pre-order by Mon., Nov. 22.
    $190 (turkey), $230 (beef).  
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    Thanksgiving Dining

    TGIVING: Sala & Betty

    This epicenter of elevated downhome noms on Airport brings the turkey, turkey, turkey exuberance to full culinary force and accompanies the roasted bird with sides like wagyu excellente chorizo, garlic green beans, wild rice, Waldorf salad, and more. Note: Order by Nov. 22 for pickup on Wed., Nov. 24, 11am-5pm.
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    Thanksgiving Dining

    TGIVING: Simi Estiatoria: Baklava

    How many layers of memory in a lifetime of Thanksgivings? Easier to gauge: How many layers of sweet and delicate filo dough in Simi Estiatorio’s crowd-favorite baklava? The highly sought Mediterranean dessert will be available by pre-order for picking up at the restaurant, fresh and just in time for turkey day. Note: Order the delectably large pastries Nov. 17-23, noon-10pm, for pick-up on Wed. Nov., 24, 5-10pm.
    $50 (5 pieces), $100 (10 pieces).  
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    Civic Events

    Thanksgiving Meal Boxes

    Meal boxes will be distributed to the first 100 people to arrive on a first come, first-served basis.
    Sat., Nov. 20, 11am-2pm. Free.  
    Bethany Christian Church, 3507 E. 12th
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    Visual Arts

    The Bullock Museum: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow

    This powerful show, a traveling exhibition organized by the New-York Historical Society, explores the transformative years after the Civil War and the rise of Jim Crow, centering on stories of African Americans who pursued the ideals of Reconstruction and persevered in the face of a developing legal system promoting racial inequality.
    Through Nov. 28
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    Events

    The Pillars on Eastlink Trail

    Food, live music, an artist market, and live painting to celebrate the East Austin Studio Tour.
    Sat., Nov. 20, noon-4pm  
    2312 Rosewood Ave.
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    Out of Town

    The Trains at NorthPark

    Benefiting the Ronald McDonald House of Dallas, the longstanding tradition features the most elaborate miniature toy train exhibit in Texas, with trains rolling along 1,300 feet of track on a journey across America.
    Nov. 13-Jan. 2. $5-10.  
    NorthPark Center, Dallas
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    Out of Town

    Tour the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

    Visit the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston’s online exhibitions or take a virtual tour of Renzi, Bayou Bend, or the museum.
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    Thanksgiving Dining

    Trace at the W

    This acclaimed venue of fine dining in the W Hotel is offering a three-course prix fixe, with tantalizing befores and afters surrounding the main dish of cider-glazed turkey or smoked prime rib or grilled pastrami-spiced salmon.
    Thu., Nov. 25, seatings at noon, 3pm, 6pm. $72.  
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    Events

    Transgender Day of Remembrance

    Join Transgender Education Network of Texas and their community partners for a virtual ceremony to honor the people killed by gender identity-based violence and celebrate their lives. Mental health support will be offered in Zoom breakout rooms.
    Sat., Nov. 20, 6pm  
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    Events

    Trivia With Get It Gals

    "Best of Austin" winners Get It Gals are back with tons of trivia nights planned for y'all, with several based on TV programs you may have binged over the last year for some reason. Stay tuned on their socials because they are all over the place.
    Various locations
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    Sports

    University of Texas Men's Basketball

    Vs. San Jose State. Sat., Nov. 20, 5pm. Vs. California Baptist. Wed., Nov. 24, 7:30pm  
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    Sports

    Vino Vinyasa

    Learn fun wine facts through creative yoga poses, then taste some wine and get a discount on brunch at Ciclo.
    Sat., Nov. 20, 11am. $30.  
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    Events

    Virtual APL Book Clubs

    Austin Public Library has a variety of virtual book clubs covering all ages and interests, like a mother/daughter club, tween fantasy, true crime, classics, and more. Check out their website or Eventbrite for details and crack those books!
    Ongoing  
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    Sports

    Virtual Livestreamed Workouts

    Check the schedule for a huge selection of livestreamed workouts and ballet classes taught by Ballet Austin instructors.
    Ongoing. Up to $12.50 per class.  
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    Events

    Women & Fair Trade Festival

    An annual Austin marketplace, now in its 17th year, that hosts artisan producers from women’s cooperatives all over the world. Sponsored by local nonprofit Austin Tan Cerca de la Frontera (Austin So Close to the Border).
    Sat., Nov. 20, 10am-6pm. Free; donations accepted.  
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