Looking for something to do in Richardson in November? Check out Community Impact’s monthly calendar for the latest events.

Divorced Dad Rock Night

Six Springs Tavern is hosting a night of music inspired by bands such as Linkin Park, Nickelback, Shinedown and more. The event will feature original music from bands such as Page 9, Lasting Effect, Say Goodnight and 4 Thirty-Two.Disney jazz concert

The Charles W. Eisemann Center will celebrate 100 years of Disney with jazz renditions of popular songs from famous Disney films such as a “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” “Lady and the Tramp,” “Mary Poppins” and more. The show will be performed by the house band of the National Jazz Museum in Harlem, featuring pianist Sean Mason and vocalists Kim Nalley and Sasha Dobson.Family Improv

The Core Theatre is hosting a family-friendly night of improvisation based on classic board games such as Monopoly, Uno, dominoes and charades.The Woodsmen

Dallas-based duo The Woodsmen will perform at Old 75 Beer Garden. According to the band’s website, the duo, which consists of David Self and Paul Renna, “writes songs about everyday life that are a combination of harmonies that merge Southern country, Americana and soul music.”Gobble Hobble

Richardson’s annual 5K is returning. The event will benefit the Richardson Boys & Girls Club and features a 1-mile fun run and a 5K race, both starting at Galatyn Park.‘The Nutcracker’

Chamberlain Ballet is performing its annual production of “The Nutcracker” at the Eisemann Center for Performing Arts. The show will feature guest artists Tiler Peck and Roman Mejia from The New York City Ballet as the Sugar Plum Fairy and her cavalier.'It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play'

The Repertory Company Theatre is performing a live radio play of the classic holiday film. The show will include sound effects as attendees listen to George Bailey’s tale of redemption.Patrice Pike Band

The Patrice Pike Band will perform at Six Springs Tavern. According to the band’s website, its music is described as “part rock, part R&B, [with] some soul and jazz in the mix.”Classical Christmas concert

The Eisemann Center will host violinist Jenny Oaks Baker and her children, known as Family Four. The show will feature classic Christmas carols performed with special guests Alex Sharpe, formerly of the Celtic Women, and author Jason F. Wright.