Ready to make some weekend plans? Here's a selection of festivals and events beginning on or abou Nov. 18, 2016.

Craft Beer Fest WienLocation: Marx Halle, Vienna, Austria

Date: Nov. 18-19

Details: Over 70 brewers will serve up over 400 different types of beer here. Try a beer cocktail paired with a delectable delight from one of the eight food stands on-site.

Admission: Day tickets 8 euros; two day passes 14 euros


Theater NightLocation: Participating countries include Austria, Belgium, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia

Date: Nov. 19

Details: Theaters throughout the country open their doors in a bid to make culture more accessible to the broader public. Events take place through the afternoon and evening hours, and include performances for all ages, readings, workshops, concerts, and behind the scene tours.

Admission: free


Art 3FLocation: Parc Expo, Mulhouse, France

Date: Nov. 18-20 (4 p.m.-11 p.m. Nov. 18; 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Nov. 19-20)

This international contemporary art fair makes much of its warm and human side. From 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday evening, exhibitors will be on hand to tell you about their work, while a jazz and swing band provides the musical backdrop. Live performances and a children’s creativity zone make the fair a place for all ages.

Admission: Adults 10 euros, free for accompanied children


KreativLocation: Stuttgart Messe, Germany

Date: Nov. 17-20

This home crafts fair offers materials and inspiration for all those who enjoy a good arts and crafts project or other creative hobbies. New this year is a zone dedicated the art of cake decoration. An artist’s gallery offers the chance to admire, buy or learn to make your own at a workshop.

Admission: 13 euros ages 16 and over


Torino Film FestivalLocation: Box office located at Cinema Massimo, Turin, Italy

Date: Nov. 18-26

Italy’s second biggest film festival opens with an American film, Rafael Palacio Illingworth’s “Between Us” and offers 158 feature films, 17 short feature films and 38 short films, including 43 premieres. The festival focuses on “young” cinema, and the competitive section of the festival is reserved for authors of their first, second or third films. When a director is present at the screening of his or her film, he or she will speak thereafter.

Cost: Festival passes go for 80 euros.


IDFA International Documentary Film FestivalAmsterdam, Netherlands

Date: Nov. 16-27

One of the world’s foremost documentary film festivals offers over 300 films and interactive documentaries, including 104 world premieres. Some 3,000 professionals attend. The program includes screenings, industry events, panel discussions and more.

Admission: Tickets to screenings generally cost 10.50 euros.


Scots Fiddle Festival Summerhall & The Queen's Hall, 85-89 Clerk St, Edinburgh, Scotland

Nov. 18-20

Concerts, workshops, recitals, stalls, sessions and ceilidhs make for a lively weekend of music. The event attracts fiddlers from throughout the world.

Admission: Full weekend tickets 76 pounds.


Conwy Half MarathonLocation: Conwy, Wales

Date: 10 a.m. Nov. 20

Conwy Half Marathon

With a start and finish by the pier next to seven hundred year old castle and largely coastal route, readers of Runners World have voted the event one of the top five most scenic Half Marathons in the UK. Over 3000 runners took part in the previous year’s edition. Register in advance, as there are no entries on race day itself.

Entry fee: 32 pounds includes a medal and T-shirt.


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