Photo courtesy ThunderCloud Subs Turkey Trot/Facebook.
Start off Thanksgiving morning in the spirit of giving—with a run! Lace up for the ThunderCloud Subs Turkey Trot, a 5K Austin tradition, to raise money for Caritas of Austin, a nonprofit working to combat homelessness. Read more about it and register for the race here. Nov. 24, 9:30 a.m., 701 W. Riverside Drive
 
The German-Texan Christmas Market in Austin is known across the state for its variety and authenticity. With decorations imported from Erzgebirge, a region in Germany with unique Christmas customs, shoppers can find something special while sipping on a hot cup of German glühwein (hot spiced wine). Read more about the market here. Nov. 26, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., 507 E. 10th St.
 
Street artist Sloke is a pioneer of Austin’s graffiti scene. In honor of his 50th birthday, join him and other Austin creatives to celebrate with breakdancers, music, drinks, tacos, and a film screening featuring Sloke and other graffiti writers. Reserve a spot here. Nov. 26, 7-11 p.m., 820 Shelby Lane, Ste. 103
 
Family in town? Bring them to the Thanksgiving Comedy Explosion at the Moody Center this Saturday! With comedians Mike Epps, Gary Owen, Michael Blackson, Desi Banks, and Adele Givens leading the show, each set is guaranteed to bring on the laughter. Snag tickets here. Nov. 26, 7:30 p.m., 2001 Robert Dedman Drive
 
For those with Christmas spirit—but who are still missing Halloween—shop for what you need at the spookiest holiday art and gift bazaar. Featuring Evil Santa, a Krampus Parade, and more than 70 vendors selling twisted merchandise, Horror for the Holidays will be full of scary fun. Purchase tickets here. Nov. 26-27, 900 Barton Springs Road
 
With just a month left to pile presents under the Christmas tree, search among the treasure for one-of-a-kind holiday gifts at City-Wide Vintage Sale—a fixture for Austin-based small businesses and sellers since 1977. Learn more and purchase tickets for this weekend here. Nov. 26-27, 900 Barton Spring Road
 
Get a head start on holiday decorations by visiting Wimberley Glassworks to make your own glass-blown ornaments. Experience the artistic process from start to finish, then take your pieces home the following week (or ship it to someone special for their own Christmas tree). Buy tickets here. Nov. 26-Dec. 18, 6469 Ranch Road 12
Ready for the most wonderful time of the year? Here’s the ultimate guide to celebrating Christmas in the capital city.
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Celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with festive drinks and good cheer at these spirited venues around town.  
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