Travis Heights Art Trail. The only art show in Austin run entirely by the artists, this weekend-long tour invites you to explore the works of a variety of South Austin artists. They will have photography, leather works, watercolor paintings, ceramics and more on display at 15 locations in the neighborhood. The Travis Heights Elementary art program, the Ann Richards School art program and Art from the Streets are all participating this year. A map with each site and more information is on the website. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Free. Travis Heights neighborhood. travisheightsarttrail.org.
Nola Parker. The painter's first show at Wally Workman Gallery showcases where she feels most at home: the outdoors. Her current paintings explore the junction between civilization and wilderness and the interplay of manmade structures with their enduring natural environments. Opening reception 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, noon to 4 p.m. Sunday through Nov. 24. 1202 W. Sixth St. 512-472-7428, wallyworkmangallery.com.
(512) Brewing's Decade of Draft party. It's been 10 years of mostly draft-only brewery (512), which is celebrating with a rain-or-shine anniversary party. Expect plenty of beer options, live music and food trucks — and revelry, of course. (512)'s infamous firkin row is back with one-of-a-kind versions of beloved brews. Musical acts that include Boss Street, the Haberdashers, and Horseshoes & Hand Grenades will perform. Dogs are allowed on leash. Noon to 8 p.m. Saturdays. $15. 407 Radam Lane. eventbrite.com/e/512-decade-of-draft-tickets-49964095956.
Hold Out Brewing Beer Tasting & Kitchen Takeover. The hangar across from Better Half Coffee & Cocktails is opening as sibling business Hold Out sometime early next year. Get an early taste of what's to come next door at Better Half on Saturday evening, when there will be a few of Hold Out's upcoming beers on tap, as well as burgers, swag and even playlist. 6 to 11 p.m. Saturday. Free. 406 Walsh St. facebook.com/events/551221201971063/.
Steve Forbert at Cactus Cafe. “Big City Cat: My Life in Folk-Rock” is the title of the new memoir from Forbert, who was a small-town Southern kid in Mississippi before his early albums “Alive on Arrival” and “Jackrabbit Slim,” with its instant-classic single “Romeo’s Tune,” rocketed him to stardom in the late 1970s. He’s continued to make great records, including this year’s “The Magic Tree,” released after a worrisome bout with cancer last year. It’s good to have Little Stevie Orbit back in action. $22-$25. 8 p.m. Saturday. 2247 Guadalupe St. cactuscafe.org. — Peter Blackstock
Theater & dance
Rocky Horror Aerial Show with Sky Candy. Wrap up the Halloween season in the best way possible: a showcase of the classic "Rocky Horror Picture Show" songs and tribute aerial dances that are out of this world. Members of the Sky Candy Collective and select student performers will do the Time Warp, swing dance with Meatloaf and wear all of the fishnet, all while spinning through the sky. As always, Sky Candy's one-night-only show is 18 and up. 9 and 11:30 p.m. Saturday. $15-$80. The North Door, 502 Brushy St. rockyhorroraerialshow2018.brownpapertickets.com.
2018 Bettyfest. Bettyfest is the only Austin comedy festival that celebrates women on and off stage. It started five years ago with Patio Talk, an all-women improv troupe with a weekly residency at ColdTowne Theater. In 2015, BettyFest was reimagined as a one-night marathon with a philanthropic component. Since then, the fest has raised nearly $7,000 for organizations like the Lilith Fund, which helps low-income women pay for abortions. Comedians this year include Girl Girls Girls, Arielle Norman and Martini Ranch. 5:30 to 11 p.m. Nov. 3. $20-$25. 1308 E. Fourth St. bettyfest.com.