From festivals to turkey trots, November is jam-packed with fall and holiday to-dos. See whats going on in November with the Austin CVBs top insider picks for the month.
- Fall weather + football season + great food and drink specials every day of the week = Black Sheep Lodge on South Lamar. Sports lovers go-to spot! -Narisa Trammell, Convention Services Manager
- November is one of the best months in Austin for so many reasons. Great fall weather, UT Football, and for art lovers, theEast Austin Studio tourswhich includes more than 200 artist studios. Some of my cant miss places areBig Medium,Art Post Austin, andEast Side Glass Studio. -Shilpa Bakre, Senior Communications Manager
- Astronomy is even better with beer! Scientists, educators, writers, artists & more reveal how they explore the universe at Austins first free event on November 18, Astronomy on Tap. Stop by Easy Tiger to witness engaging science presentations on topics ranging from planets to black holes to the beginning of the Universe. -Rebekah Grmela, Marketing and Tourism Coordinator
- For you sports fans: Come on out for the 7th Annual Austin Sports Commission Golf Classic, November 24! This golf tournament isnt just any charity event. It benefits preserving Austins rich history specifically in the African American Cultural Heritage District. Downs Field in East Austin needs some repair after several famous players like Jackie Robinson and Willie Wells have played on this diamond. Join us at the Hills of Lakeway in our efforts to raise funds to preserve Austins historical land marker. Stephanie McAndrew, ACVB Sports Commission Intern
- If you are a cider drinker like myself, and also enjoy supporting local businesses, one thing that should be at the top of your to-do list in November is visit the Austin Eastciders recently opened brewery and drink some of their delicious Gold Top cider. -Chandler Jones, Sales Coordinator
- The Chuys Christmas Parade, November 29th, is a great kick-off to Austins holiday season. The downtown parade includes a procession of giant balloons, marching bands, vintage cars and floats. Bring the whole family and dont forget to bring a new, unwrapped toy to donate to the Blue Santa program! -Katie Cook, Director of Digital Marketing
- This November, I plan on participating in the annualTurkey Pardon by enjoying one of the many delicious vegetarian and vegan options our great city has to offer! You can find cruelty free holiday meals at places likeVeggie Heaven,Mr. Natural,orCasa De Luz. -Kristen Maurel, Film, Music and Marketing Coordinator
Looking for other fun things to do the month of November? Stop by our ever-growing events calendar to learn more!