Sunday

The Gr8 Sk8 at Domain Northside. Be a kid again while zooming around on skates on Northside streets. The area is turning into an outdoor glow-in-the-dark skating rink with music, a photo booth, swag and more. The Texas Rollergirls — the women’s flat track roller derby league that helped to rejuvenate the sport — are making an appearance, too. 5 to 9 p.m. Sunday. Northside Lawn, at Palm Way and Rock Rose Avenue. eventbrite.com/e/gr8-sk8-domain-northside-november-4th-tickets-51225670359?.

Lori Duran at BookPeople. Learn more about one of Austin's most storied neighborhoods at Duran's author talk and signing for the book, "Austin's Travis Heights Neighborhood." You'll come away knowing more about the fascinating history of this South Austin area. 2 p.m. Sunday. 603 N. Lamar Blvd. 512-472-5050, bookpeople.com.

Tuesday

Election Day at Ella. Hotel Ella has pitched a tent on its lawn for a watch party of the midterm elections complete with drink specials, bar snacks and a free draft beer for anyone wearing an “I Voted” sticker. (Went to the polls last week? Bring your "I Voted Early" sticker for the same deal.) 5 to 10 p.m. Tuesday. 1900 Rio Grande St. facebook.com/events/501533213655617/.

Wednesday

Reel Women Movie Series: "Bridesmaids." Irene's is kicking off its new Wednesday movie series with the Kristen Wiig comedy. All November movies showcase strong female leads, while December's will screen holiday-themed flicks. There will be free popcorn and themed drinks. 7:30 to 10 p.m. Wednesday. 506 West Ave. facebook.com/events/327458708065477/.

Thursday

"Macbeth." Something for Nothing Theater stages William Shakespeare's play under the pavilion in a beautiful local park. In a land where witches prophesy the fall of dynasties, ghosts lurk among the dinner guests and families are forced to flee their homes, the promise of power has driven one former soldier to unthinkable corruption. 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday. Ramsey Park Pavilion, 4301 N. Rosedale Ave. s4n.org/up-next.html.

Friday

Creek Show 2018. Waller Creek Conservancy's family-friendly art experience, with six luminescent, site-specific art installations, returns with more activities surrounding the dazzling displays. The Love Tito's Music Stage has a different Austin band playing each night, starting with SaulPaul. Plus, there's a Creek Show Lounge with information about Waller Creek's transformation, as well as the Tito's Handmade Vodka Cocktail Lounge & Bar. 8 p.m. Friday performance (entire Creek show is from 6 to 10 p.m.). Waller Creek between 9 and 11 streets. creekshow.com.

Saturday

Blacklands Malt Second Annual Beer Share. Think of it as a potluck for beer. Though Oskar Blues, Oddwood Ales and Black Star Co-op will provide some suds, bring any food or beers you're proud to share. There will be food trucks on site, as well as fall activities such as pumpkin carving, corn hole and a good old-fashioned apple bob. 2 to 8 p.m. Nov. 10. 190 N. Bagdad Road. Building B. Suite 300, Leander. facebook.com/events/2181859558525909/.