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WHAT'S HAPPENING? Shopping strolls, Christmas movies, and more

Watch a Christmas movie on the big screen this weekend.

Here’s a list of events happening in the Highland Lakes this week. Click the links for details and to add an event directly to your digital calendar or share with friends and family.

For more things to do, check out our Events Calendar at 101HighlandLakes.com/EVENTS.

For details on bigger events this week, view the stories on 101HighlandLakes.com.

And browse the Christmas events lineup in our Highland Lakes Christmas Lights guide.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11

Main Street Stroll

An evening of merriment, shopping, and libations in downtown Marble Falls.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13

Downtown Sip 'N' Stroll

Sip and stroll through downtown Marble Falls shops as you work your way through your holiday shopping list.

'White Christmas'

The historic Globe Theatre in Bertram screens this Christmas classic film.

Journey tribute show

Departure ATX plays the hits of classic rock band Journey at the Uptown theater in Marble Falls. The show is a benefit for a local family.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14

'The Grinch' at the Uptown

Enjoy a free screening of "The Grinch" at the Uptown theater in downtown Marble Falls. Two showings: 1:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. For more free holiday movies, click here.

Lisa Layne at the Opry

Lisa Layne performs Christmas music during this Llano Country Opry show at the LanTex Theater.

Movie Night at The Bite

Watch a free outdoor screening of "Jack Frost" while enjoying a meal from Burnet's newest food truck, Potato Haus, and drinks from Mojo Coffee.

Christmas on the Creek

Stroll through Santa's Village and take photos at the Candy Shop, church, and North Pole Post Office at this Lampasas event. Also includes sleigh rides, live music, "snow," and hot cocoa and snacks.

Star Party at Pedernales Falls

Pedernales Falls State Park hosts the Austin Astronomical Society for this star-viewing event.

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 15

LBJ Christmas tree lighting

This LBJ State Park tradition was started 50 years ago by President Lyndon B. Johnson and First Lady Lady Bird Johnson.

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