Things to Do This Week in Houston: June 1 to 7, 2020

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Updated: Thursday, June 4, 2020 at 5:49pm

Make the most of your week with our event picks happening in Houston from Monday, June 1 to Sunday, June 7, 2020.

Planning your week these days may be challenging—but fear not, we’ve gathered our picks for events and virtual events taking place throughout Houston this week.

That said, be sure to check back in the coming days, as this list is a work in progress that we’ll be adding to in real-time as new events emerge. If you know of an event, please email us at [email protected] with a link to the official event details.

So check below to find great things happening in Houston from Monday, June 1 to Sunday, June 7, 2020.

Things to Do This Week in Houston

  • Midtown Houston presents Virtual: Teach You Tuesday with Picked Flower Co. on Facebook Live | Tuesday, June 2 | FREE – Join Midtown Houston virtually to learn a new craft for Teach You Tuesday on Facebook Live. For June, they’ve partnered with Picked Flower Co. to create summer floral hoops that can be given as gifts or used for decoration, photo backdrops, or wedding bouquets. This event will be held on Midtown Houston’s Facebook Page. 5:30pm to 7:30pm.
  • Houston Cinema Arts Society presents Leap and the Net Will Appear: Virtual Concert | Wednesday, June 3 | FREE – Enjoy a free live virtual concert by Andrew Lynch, composer for Leap and the Net Will Appear, streaming on Catastrophic Theatre’s YouTube Channel. Watch the free recording of the 2018 performance with the link provided by signing up at the ticketing link on their page. 7pm.
  • Numbers Nightclub presents In-SIDEs Wednesdays on Twitch | Wednesday, June 3 | FREE – Numbers Nightclub presents In-SIDEs Wednesdays live on their Twitch channel. Resident DJ Wes Wallace will be spinning brand new and recently released music and videos of his choosing. There is an optional cover. 8pm.
  • Asia Society Texas Center presents FemFest Houston: Voices of Asia: Peaches | Thursday, June 4 to Sunday, June 7 | FREE – Join Mildred’s Umbrella Theater Company and Asia Society Texas Center from the comfort of your own home for a celebration of women’s voices as they stage 3 readings of Houston premiere plays in a virtual setting. Featuring works written by Asian and Asian American women, the series highlights the talents and accomplishments of women playwrights across the globe. This week, they will be featuring Peaches by Soo-Jin Lee. Each play will be available to view for one week. All day.
  • Mid Main Houston’s Virtual First Thursday on Facebook Live | Thursday, June 4 | FREE – Catch a streaming show featuring music from Houston’s The Light Rock Express, Bart Maloney, and Beetle. 6pm.
  • Space Center Houston’s Virtual Campout | Friday, June 5 – Hear from NASA astronaut Fred Haise as he shares his mission experiences and participates in engaging STEM activities, stargaze and more during this virtual campout. Tickets are pay-what-you-can. Guests are asked to register at least 24 hours before the event. 6pm to 9pm.
  • MyOhMy: A Drag Show Extravaganza Online | Friday, June 5 – Back again for another week, Texas’ touring drag show presents their virtual variety performance featuring more tributes to Prince, Lady Gaga, Mariah Carey, Pink, Whitney Houston, Tina Turner and more. Tickets are $9.95, but limited discounted $4 tickets are available. 8pm.
  • DiverCity Project Music Series Livestream on Facebook & Instagram Live | Saturday, June 6 | FREE – Market Square Parks presents a virtual edition of its new music series showcasing Houston’s diverse cultural landscape through original compositions. Presented in partnership with Houston Brass Quintet and Houston Arts Alliance, each performance will be live-streamed from a unique location in Downtown. This week’s performance is a German theme with a guest performance by Houston Saengerbund and Eurofest. 1pm to 2pm.
  • CAMH presents Virtual Drop-In Experience: Continuous Line Drawing | Saturday, June 6 | FREE – Using masking tape or string, transform a space inside or outside your home into a continuous line drawing. CAMH’s Virtual Drop-In Experiences feature instructions for pop-up activities you can do at home. Each hands-on activity provides creative opportunities to experience current exhibitions from a distance in a unique and meaningful way. 1pm to 4pm.
  • Houston Cinema Arts Society presents Spaceship Earth & Apollo 11 at The Showboat Drive-In Theater | Saturday, June 6 – Houston Cinema Arts Society and Neon present a special double feature of Spaceship Earth and Apollo 11 at the Showboat Drive-In Theater in Hockley. Spaceship Earth is the true, stranger-than-fiction adventure of eight visionaries who in 1991 spent two years quarantined inside of a self-engineered replica of Earth’s ecosystem called Biosphere 2. Tickets are $8. Gates at 7:30pm; movie at 8:30pm.
  • Rooftop Cinema Club presents The Drive-In at Spring | Daily – Joining forces with the city of Spring, Rooftop Cinema Club brings classic films including classics like Jurassic Park, The Sandlot, Trolls, How to Train Your Dragon and more. There are two screenings each night, at 8:15pm and again around 10:45pm. Tickets are priced per vehicle and range from $28 (side view) to $35 (center view) most nights. 8:15pm to 11pm.
  • Rooftop Cinema Club presents The Drive-In at Sawyer Yards | Daily – The newly improvised Drive-In at Sawyer Yards continues with another week of extended screenings of beloved and classic movies from all genres, twice nightly. Tickets are priced per vehicle and range from $28 (side view) to $35 (center view) most nights. First screening is at 8:15pm; second screening follows around 10:45pm or 11pm, depending on the length of the first film.

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Cody Swann is a writer and musician born and raised in Houston. When he isn't recording or touring the country with his band, Wild Moccasins, he can be found covering live music and arts events for 365 Things to Do in Houston.