Nov. 6–9: Yoga enthusiasts, foodies and families combine for Wanderlust Festival, a four-day celebration. The event includes yoga sessions; live music; and outdoor activities such as hiking, paddleboarding and biking. 8 a.m. $99–$125 (single day), $305 (Fri.–Sun.), $365 (Thu.–Sun.). Brazos Hall, 204 E. Fourth St. 855-926-3375.

NOV. 7: The University of Texas Department of Theatre and Dance presents Poor Boys' Chorus, a play from Brian Kettler that runs through Nov. 16. 7:30 p.m. (Nov. 7–8, 12–15), 2 p.m. (Nov. 9, 16). Free. Student Activity Center's Blackbox Theatre, 2201 Speedway St. (reservations)

NOV. 7–9: Musical acts Judas Priest, Nas and Modest Mouse headline the ninth annual Fun Fun Fun Fest. Times vary. $86 (one-day pass), $195 (three-day pass), $450 (Ultimate Smooth Pass). Auditorium Shores, 800 W. Riverside Drive.

NOV. 8: Ten teams of design and construction professionals use cans of food to construct complex sculptures in a single day in an event called CANstruction. The winner of an online poll is announced Nov. 24. The event helps drive donations for Capital Area Food Bank's 300 partner agencies. CANstruction last year helped Capital Area Food Bank distribute more than 35,000 donated meals. 8 a.m.–8 p.m. Free. Barton Creek Square Mall, 2901 S. Capital of Texas Hwy.

NOV. 8: Scott & White doctors will be on hand for Walk With A Doc, a joint event with the American Diabetes Association to observe National Diabetes Awareness Month. The event includes free blood pressure screenings, pedometers, T-shirts, refreshments and family-friendly activities. 9 a.m. Free. Camp Mabry, 2200 W. 35th St.

NOV. 8–9: No Irish heritage is required to attend the 18th annual Austin Celtic Festival, the self-proclaimed largest gathering of Celts in Central Texas. Music, culture and history lessons highlight the event as do Celtic-themed games, crafts and food. Noon–7:30 p.m. Free (children younger than 13), $15 (day pass), $25 (weekend pass). Fiesta Gardens, 2102 Jesse E. Segovia St.

NOV. 9: Art duo Lucky Dragons creates "17,000 Observations," a temporary sculptural installation and new musical composition based on songs and calls of native bird species. A field recording of the performance and view the art installation will remain after the performance. 2 p.m. Free. Laguna Gloria, 3809 W. 35th St. 512-458-8191.

NOV. 9: Rosedale neighborhood residents are less than $10,000 away from reaching their $480,000 fundraising goal to help fund Ramsey Park renovations. Surrounding businesses are joining to help raise the remaining money by hosting a Rosedale Neighborhood Party, an event that recognizes donors so far and seeks to raise the remaining money. Attendees can enjoy free food and drinks from neighborhood businesses as well as live music and door prizes. 4–6 p.m. Free. Charlotte's Fiesta Flowers (backyard), 4404 Burnet Road. (event info)