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General Events for Wed., Dec. 25
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    Christmas Night Dance Party

    Featuring DJs No Kid$, Diggy Dutch & friends.
    Wed., Dec. 25, 9pm-2am  
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    Get Lit

    Kitty Cohen's Hanukkah-themed pop-up bar includes special decorations and holiday-inspired cocktails, such as Latke Punch.
    Dec. 18-30
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    Holiday Light Stroll at Hyatt Regency Lost Pines

    A festive display of over 3,000 twinkling lights winds through the resort’s grounds and features a 20-foot-tall LED animated Christmas tree. On Friday and Saturday evenings, the resort’s culinary team will serve specialty hot cocoa and made-to-order mini doughnuts.
    Nov. 30-Jan. 1. Free with on-site paid parking ($8-15).
    Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa, 575 Hyatt Lost Pines Rd., Cedar Creek
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    Mazel Tov Kocktail Hour's Khanuke Parties

    All ages are welcome at the local klezmer ensemble's concerts (different locations for different dates). Expect dreidel games, chocolate gelt, and a community menorah lighting, too.
    Sun., Dec. 22, 8-10pm (Cosmic Coffee + Beer Garden, 121 Pickle Rd.); Wed., Dec. 25, 7-10pm (Barrel O' Fun, 1911 Aldrich #120); Sat., Dec. 28, 6:30-9pm (Central Market North, 4477 S. Lamar). Free.  
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    Mozart's Light Show

    Check out the holiday lights and get you a freshly baked German treat while local musicians play tunes on the grand piano.
    Nov. 21-Jan. 5, 6pm-12mid, except Christmas Eve (closes 10pm); closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. Free.  
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    We Are Blood: Platelet Step-Up Campaign

    Platelet donors have the chance to receive up to six Alamo Drafthouse movie passes through the end of the month. First donation = one pass; second = two passes; and third = three passes. To schedule a platelet donation, call 512/206-1266 or visit www.weareblood.org.
    Through Dec. 31  
    Austin-area We Are Blood Donor Centers

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