Your OMG List of Things to do This Weekend

Play a round of softball while dressed like a duck, meet the stars of The Walking Dead, laugh out loud at Hannibal Buress’s stand-up show, win a cash prize for playing your favorite video games, compete in a family-friendly obstacle course on Galveston Beach, jam out to Read More …

A Musical List of Things to Do This Weekend

Find the perfect things to do in Houston this weekend with our Houston Weekend Guide for Friday, June 8 to Sunday, June 10, 2018. Toast 24 years of St. Arnold brews with an all-day concert and aged beer tastings, bring the kids to a free Read More …

Your Rockin’ List of Things to do This Weekend

Find the perfect things to do in Houston this weekend with our Houston Weekend Guide for Friday, March 23 to Sunday, March 25, 2018.  Jam out to your favorite bands at In Bloom Music Festival, celebrate German heritage in Tomball, raise funds in a floppy hat at Hats Read More …

Imagine Dragons and so Much More to do This Weekend

Saturday, November 11, 2017 • Veterans Day at McDonald’s | FREE for Veterans with Military ID – Veterans can head to a participating Houston area and show their Military ID to receive a free Extra Value Meal on Veterans Day. All day. • Run in Read More …

Find Your Weekend Fun Ideas Here!

Texas Fall is in full swing, and we’ve got some of the best events to fill your weekend. Check out the International Quilt Festival, get in full costume and enter the village gates of the Texas Renaissance Festival, learn how to make festive infused alcohol, Read More …

Lots of Weekend Fun Inside!

Saturday, August 5, 2017 ·         Dog Days of Summer at the Houston Zoo – Learn all about the Zoo’s three African Painted Dogs at this event featuring kids craft table and information about conserving this species. Included with admission. 8am to 2pm. ·         Jewelry Workshop at Houston Center Read More …

So Much to do So Little Time This Weekend

Saturday, July 22, 2017 ·         Curator Talk: Dr. Andreas Marks at Asia Society Texas Center – Guest curator Dr. Andreas Marks looks into the historical development of bamboo art in Japan at Asia Society Texas Center. $5. 11am to 12:30pm. ·         Houston Fajita Festival at HTX Sports Creek – Stuff Read More …