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Hunks in Trunks, Jingle Bell Run/Walk, Christmas Festival at the Baltimore Basilica, and more.

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Antlers are encouraged at the Jingle Bell run/walk.

“A Holiday Art Show” to benefit Moveable Feast. Art from local artists will be showcased at this holiday-themed show. Free food and drinks will be available for patrons and 20 percent of all the proceeds will support Moveable Feast, a group that delivers meals and provides services to those with chronic illnesses who must remain at home. Dec. 8, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Union Mill, 1500 Union Ave, free.

Christmas Festival at the Baltimore Basilica. Listen to Christmas music provided by the Concert Artists of Baltimore and the Children’s Chorus of Maryland. Proceeds from the event will help My Sister’s Place Women’s Center and Our Daily Bread Employment Center. Stay after the concert for a wine, cheese, and dessert reception. Dec. 12, 7:30 p.m., Basilica of the Assumption, 409 Cathedral St., (410) 547-5329,, $125.

Hunks in Trunks. Come ogle at this male fashion show and auction of swimsuits. All of the proceeds go to Moveable Feast Baltimore. Dec. 17, 6:30-10 p.m., Red Maple, 930 N. Charles St., (410) 385-0520.

Jingle Bell Run/Walk. Dress up in reindeer antlers or other holiday-themed attire for a 5K to support the Arthritis Foundation. Dec. 14, 9 a.m., Du Burns Arena, 1301 S Ellwood Ave., (410) 396-4202,, $40, kids $25, kids.

Maryland’s Major Tourism Associations Annual Holiday Bash to Benefit the National Academy Foundation School. This year, not only will there be delicious food tastings from local restaurants, live entertainment, a silent auction, and festive decor, but the event will also have 1920s theme “Speak Easy and Often,” so attendees should come in their best ’20s attire. Most of the proceeds from this event will benefit the National Academy Foundation School. Dec. 16, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Lord Baltimore Hotel, 20 W. Baltimore St. (410) 539-8400, $55 at the door.

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