Dec. 29: An Old 97’s Christmas

Take in the nostalgia of an auditorium where Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra and the Jackson 5 once played and join Lake Highlands’ own Rhett Miller for the Old 97’s Holiday Hoopla, from 7-11 p.m. The show also features Caseymagic, a “DIY punk-rock magician,” as well as a solo acoustic set from Miller. $27-$400.

Where: The Statler Ballroom, 1914 Commerce St.

More info: thestatlerballroom.com

Dec. 8: Holiday market

Make your kitchen cozier with Good Local Markets’ “jam-packed” bazaar of local vendors selling produce, meat, eggs, baked goods and more, from 8 a.m.-3 p.m.

Where: Lake Pointe Church, 9150 Garland Road

More info: goodlocalmarket.org

Through Jan. 6: Holiday trains

The Trains at NorthPark delight children of all ages, and they benefit the Ronald McDonald House of Dallas. Since 1987, the trains have raised more than $13 million for the nonprofit. $2-$4.

Where: NorthPark Center, 8687 N. Central Expressway

More info: thetrainsatnorthpark.com

Through Dec. 31: Twelve days of Christmas

Tour extravagantly decorated Victorian-era gazebos representing “The Twelve Days of Christmas” song during a 3/4-mile walk through the garden. $10-$20.

Where: The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, 8525 Garland Road

More info: dallasarboretum.org 

Through Dec. 31: Twelve more days of Christmas

In a decades-long tradition, all 12 homes on the Timberhollow Circle cul-de-sac are decorated for that Christmastime earworm. Just south of Royal Lane, turn west onto Moss Trail from Abrams Road, then take a left onto Moss Haven and a right onto Timberhollow. Free.

Where: Timberhollow Circle