From Oktoberfest to Japanese storytelling, there's something for everyone this weekend in the Lake Travis-Westlake area.

‘Nosferatu’ orchestral show

The Lake Travis High School Chamber Orchestra will present its annual “Nosferatu” event—this year celebrating the 100th anniversary of the film. Discover the classic thriller horror movie accompanied by a real chamber orchestra. Wear a vampire costume to enter the costume contest. All concessions and sales will support the Lake Travis High School Chamber Orchestra.Japanese storytelling

The Lake Travis Community Library will tell Japanese children’s tales in English with puppets, toys and lots of imagination for children of all ages. Children will learn to count to five in another language as well as a few Japanese words from Nancy Simpson, a retired elementary school teacher who learned the stories from Japanese storyteller Hiroko Fujita.Rods & Ribs Car Show & Cook-Off

The Crosswater Yacht Club’s ninth annual event will benefit Folds of Honors, a foundation that awards scholarships to children and spouses of deceased and wounded soldiers. The event will also feature an in-water boat show, silent and live auctions, boat races, and more.Oktoberfest

The Hill Country Galleria will host its Oktoberfest event, where guests can enjoy live music, a festive food menu provided by The League Kitchen & Tavern, a candy apple vendor, balloon art, face painting, yard games, imported beers and local lagers. Attendees are encouraged to bring their families and wear German attire for the festival costume contests.Bee Cave Farmers Market

The Bee Cave Farmers Market is held every Sunday at the Hill Country Galleria Central Plaza, featuring an outdoor market offering over 40 vendors selling food, home goods, decor and more. Live music will be from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.Falcon Fest

Falcon Fest, a carnival fundraiser and family event, will be held at Forest Trail Elementary School. The carnival extravaganza will feature inflatables, carnival games, a petting zoo, magic shows, a book fair, Westlake High School robotics, up-close encounters with emergency vehicles, prizes, concessions and more.
  • Oct. 15, 2-5 p.m.
  • Free (adults and children under age 4), $25 (ages 5-18 online), $30 (ages 5-18 at the door)
  • Forest Trail Elementary School, 1203 S. Capital of Texas Hwy., West Lake Hills
The Band of the Hills Orchestra

The Band of the Hills Orchestra, a wind and percussion ensemble composed of musicians from across Central Texas, will perform a free concert as part of the city of Lakeway’s Sunday Afternoon Concert Series.