Paul Crowder's ode to the golden age of Formula 1 gets the big screen treatment. 7pm. $15.
Four days of early holiday gift options with proceeds from the market going to the Junior League of Austin. Thu.-Saun., Nov. 15-18. $15 includes a shuttle ride to and from parking.
Free Shiner beer and Tequila 512 get you loosened up before diving into the crates of records on sale. It's a birthday soiree, so cake and ice cream go without saying. 6-10pm. Free.
De-stress and recharge with a little structured breathing and thinking. Go online or call to RSVP. Tuesdays, Thursdays, & Fridays, 6:30pm.
Art of Living, 5555 N. Lamar Ste. C-104, 297-7950
Even Buda is getting in on the F1 action with a live music showcase headlined by the Fabulous Thunderbirds. 6-11pm. Free.
Learn which bulbs to plant now that will bloom in the spring. 10am-noon. Free.
Travis County AgriLife Extension, 1600 Smith
He'll be signing bottles of Cuervo, no because he's a drunk, but because they sponsor his team. Phew! 9:30am. Free.
Twin Liquors, 1000 E. 41st, 512/451-7400
Get your tickets for one of the titillating shows featuring aerialists, exotic dancers, burlesque performances, and DJs all tasked with tempting and teasing the crowd. Thu.-Sat., Nov. 15-17, 8pm & 12mid; Sun., Nov. 18, 8pm. $300.
Maria Maria, 415 Colorado, 512/687-6800
Apparently the Formula 1 race can even warp time and space. That's right, First Thursday's streetlong soiree happens this week to make sure the out-of-towners know that Austinites know how to shop and eat like the pros.
The serious gear heads at the Jalopnik blog get together to talk F1. Get there for the inside scoop from Editor-in-Chief Matt Hardigree. 6pm. Free.
Manicures, refreshments, and, oh yeah, mammograms. Call to RSVP. Third Thursdays of the month, 6pm. Free.
Join representatives from the Innocence Project for this screening and discussion of the documentary following the case of four Latina lesbians convicted of sexual assault in the late Nineties. 8pm. Free.
Santa's tired of waiting for global warming to catch up at the North Pole. He's spending most of his pre-Christmastime among the 1.5 million lights of Santa's Ranch. Why not join him? Through Dec. 30, 6-10pm. $24 per car.
9561 N. I-35, New Braunfels (two miles south of Tanger Outlet Mall)
These cats have been more than herded. That's right, ladies and gentlemen, these circus cats ride skateboards, jump through hoops, and play in a rock band (!). Nov. 12-18: Mon.-Wed., 7pm; Thu.-Fri., 7 & 10pm; Sat., 4, 7, & 10pm; Sun., 1, 4, & 7pm. $18.
Blue Theatre, 916 Springdale, 512/927-1118
Gain insight into how these leaders behind the leaders help effect change and advance our society. Panelists include historians and children of presidents and first ladies. 1:30-4:30pm. Free.
LBJ Presidential Library
Kinda like Critical Mass without all the pretension. Relax, ride around town, chat it up with cycle-lovers like yourself, and overrun a park or a local hangout or two or three. Thursdays, 7pm.
Support local artists with disabilities and get some holiday shopping done at the same time. Braille cards, prints, ornaments, books, and original art all await your holiday dollars. Through Dec. 24, Mon.-Fri., 9am-5pm. Free.
Share the warmth and donate new or gently used blankets, towels, and pillows to five area nonprofits – including Austin Children's Shelter and SafePlace – via city newcomers Sleep Experts. Through Thanksgiving.
Sleep Experts locations or the Girl Scouts of Central Texas