Only nine days until Thanksgiving, but we’ve got some Austin parties to consider first.
Nov. 13: Circa presents “Humans.” Bass Concert Hall.
One night only to catch Australia’s mind-bending contemporary circus ensemble.
Nov. 13: Holders of Hope for Austin Center for Grief & Loss. Umlauf Sculpture Garden.
Rescheduled because of inclement weather, this event hopes for the best.
Nov. 14: Opening of “A Christmas Affair.” Palmer Events Center.
The Junior League’s lavish holiday sale returns through Nov. 18.
RELATED: The Junior League turns out super-volunteers.
Nov. 15: Beautify Bash for Keep Austin Beautiful. Umlauf Sculpture Garden and Museum.
This key nonprofit gives out awards to the city’s beautifiers.
Nov. 15: Musical Charity Benefit for Volunteer Healthcare Clinic. Austin Beer Garden Brewing co.
Austin School of Rock House band is among the headliners for this show.
Nov. 15: Austin Chronicle Music Poll Kick Off Party. Native Hostel.
This party starts the action for the Austin Music Awards in 2019.
Nov. 15: Opening of “Rule of Three” from Dance Waterloo. Mueller Lake Park.
A site-specific work that includes Scandinavian folk music runs through Nov. 18.
Nov. 16: Opening of “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” from Austin Shakespeare. Long Center.
Tennessee Williams’ classic drama set in the Deep South runs through Dec. 2.
Nov. 17: Rags to Wags Gala benefiting Austin Humane Society. Hyatt Regency Austin.
Meet the animals and hear the stories behind them.
Nov. 18: “Wine & Swine: A Global Taste Adventure.” Camp Mabry.
Internationally inspired pork dishes matched with top-notch adult beverages.
Nov. 18: Leonard Bernstein at 100. Westlake Community Performing Arts Center.
Now it’s Austin Symphonic Band's turn to take on the great American composer.
Nov. 21: Opening of Zach Theatre’s “A Christmas Carol.” Topfer Theatre.
If you haven’t seen this musical mash-up set to the Dickens tale, you have plenty of opportunities through Dec. 30.