There's a chance of snow coming our way this weekend, so you might want to stay indoors.
But that doesn't mean you have to stay home. With Thanksgiving approaching next week, there are tons of holiday-themed activities happening across the area. Or you can always catch a concert or comedy show. Check out our list of 10 things to do this weekend.
Akron Holiday Tree Festival
What: The 36th annual Holiday Tree Festival kicks off this weekend and features more than 200 decorated tress, 85,000 lights and other displays. There will also be a breakfast with Santa and preview gala. Proceeds from the event benefit the Akron Children's Hospital. Get more info here.
Where: John S. Knight Center, 77 E. Mill St., Akron
When: Nov. 18-26, click here for times
I-X Christmas Connection
What: If you haven't started your holiday shopping, here's a good place to start. The I-X Center's Christmas Connection features tons of vendors and exhibits to complete all your shopping in one spot. From jewelry to dog treats and kitchen gadgets, you'll find something for everyone on your list. Click here for tickets.
Where: I-X Center, 1 I-X Center Drive, Cleveland
When: Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
What: If you've got 99 problems, don't let a lack of concerts be one. Rap mogul Jay-Z is bringing his "4:44" tour to The Q this weekend, so get that dirt off your shoulder and get on to buying tickets here.
Where: Quicken Loans Arena, 1 Center Court, Cleveland
When: Sunday 8 p.m.
Magic of Lights
What: It's going to be chilly this weekend, so why not heat up the car and take in some dazzling light displays? Magic of Lights opens in North Ridgeville this weekend for a drive-thru display of tunnels and animations twinkling with holiday magic. A portion of proceeds benefit Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital. Get tickets here.
Where: Victory Park, 7777 Victory Lane, North Ridgeville
When: Friday to Jan. 1, dusk to 10 p.m.
What: You likely know him as Ron Swanson, but the "Parks and Rec" star is more than just a breakfast fanatic. Nick Offerman is a humorist and he's bringing his show to Cleveland this weekend to offer his musings on life. Get tickets here.
Where: Connor Palace, 1501 Euclid Ave., Cleveland
When: Sunday 8 p.m.
Potter Pub Crawl
What: If you solemnly swear you're up to no good, head to the Potter Pub Crawl in Kamm's Corners, where you'll drink something a tad stronger than Butterbeer. You'll get your own wand and will be sorted into a house as you visit five bars for drink specials. You're also encouraged to dress up in your wizarding robes. Get more info here. Mischief managed.
Where: West Park Station, 17015 Lorain Ave., Cleveland
When: Saturday 3-11 p.m.
Rozi's Wine and Beer Tasting
What: Rozi's Wine House is holding its sixth annual Christmas Wine and Beer tasting event. For $25, you can sample 14 beers on tap and 10 wines all meant to make your holidays merry. Get tickets here.
Where: Rozi's Wine House, 14900 Detroit Ave., Cleveland
When: Friday 6-8 p.m.
Sugarplum Fairy Tea
What: City Ballet of Cleveland is holding its annual benefit to support its upcoming performances of the "Nutcracker." The Sugarplum Fairy Tea event features hot beverages and treats as you watch performances from the dancers. Click here for more info.
Where: Cleveland Skating Club, 2500 Kemper Road, Shaker Heights
When: Sunday 2-4 p.m.
Tacori Bridal Show
What: It's engagement season and this weekend is a good time to pick out your ring. Sheiban Jewelers is holding a Tacori event, where you can see Tacori's full bridal line. Get more info here.
Where: Sheiban Jewelers, 16938 Pearl Road, Strongville
When: Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Winter Wine and Ale Fest
What: 'Tis the season to toast. Get your friends and head downtown for the eighth annual Winter Wine and Ale Fest, where you can try craft beers, ciders and foods from local eateries. Get tickets here.
Where: Global Center for Health Innovation, 1 Saint Clair Ave., Cleveland
When: Saturday 8-11 p.m.