Looking for something to do in Austin? Use Community Impact's to-do list to mark your calendar for these upcoming events and activities in your community.

Feb. 4: Celebrate Carnaval

Carnaval Brasileiro is Austin's annual Brazilian Mardi Gras celebration. The tradition was started in 1978 by a group of The University of Texas students from Brazil. 8 p.m.-1:45 a.m. $35. Speakeasy, 412 Congress Ave., Unit D, Austin. www.sambaparty.com

Feb. 6: Eat some chili

Jo’s Coffee will host its 16th annual Chili Cook-off benefit. The event will help raise money toward Free Lunch. Free Lunch works to address food insecurity for those living in Austin. Both amateur and professional culinary talent will compete for the prized chili pot. Noon-3 p.m. $25. Jo’s Coffee, 1300 S. Congress Ave., Austin. www.joscoffee.com

Feb. 11: Drink for a cause

The Bloody Mary Festival will offer bloody mary drinks made by local bars and restaurants as well as craft bottled mixes. Attendees get the opportunity to taste and vote for their pick for The Best Bloody Mary in Austin. The festival will benefit the Girls Empowerment Network. Times vary. $50.25 (general admission), $69.50 (VIP). Fair Market, 1100 E. Fifth St., Austin. www.thebloodymaryfest.com

Feb. 14-19: Experience ‘Aladdin’ live

Bass Concert Hall will present live performances of Disney’s “Aladdin” based on the 1992 movie. The national touring Broadway show includes Michael Maliakel as Aladdin, Michael James Scott as the Genie and Shoba Narayan as Jasmine. Showtimes vary. $45-$150. Bass Concert Hall, 2350 Robert Dedman Drive, Austin. 512-471-2787. www.aladdinthemusical.com

Feb. 15-19: Attend an art fest

OUTsider Festival brings together members of the LGBTQIA community for a festival to showcase film, performance art, music, visual art and more. OUTsider is an Austin-based transmedia nonprofit that supports the LGBTQIA community through presentations of art. Times and prices vary. The Vortex, 2307 Manor Road, No. 2135, Austin. www.outsiderfest.org

Feb. 18: Dine for charity

The 33rd annual Dripping Springs Wild Game dinner will raise money for local charities. The meal will include pork and venison sausage, smoked brisket, venison, turkey and sides. The event will also feature auction items as well as raffles. 6-9 p.m. $10 (children), $25 (adults). Dripping Springs Ranch Park and Event Center, 1042 Event Center Drive, Dripping Springs. https://dswildgamedinner.square.site

Feb. 19: Participate in a marathon

The Austin Marathon will take place in downtown Austin. Sponsored by Ascension Seton, the event will include a full marathon, a half-marathon, a 5K and virtual races. Runners will begin at Second Street and Congress Avenue and finish at Ninth Street and Congress Avenue for the marathon and half-marathon. 7 a.m. (half- and full marathons), 7:45 a.m. (5K). Prices vary. www.youraustinmarathon.com

Through March 5: See a Cinderella story

Zach Theatre will perform “Cinderella” based on Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein’s adaptation. This show is a comedic, modern adaptation of the Broadway musical. Produced in partnership with Deaf Austin Theatre, it will be performed simultaneously in English and American Sign Language. 2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. $25-$95. 202 S. Lamar Blvd., Austin. 512-476-0541. www.zachtheatre.org