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Top 15 Things to Do for Kids in Houston This Week: December 5 to December 11, 2022

The 9th Annual Islamic Arts Festival offers a chance for kids and families to share art and culture | Courtesy of Islamic Arts Society

Discover great ways to spend family time with the best kid-friendly things to do from Monday, December 5 to Sunday, December 11, 2022.

This week, discover a festive Harry Potter Yule Ball, catch free outdoor film screenings, celebrate the holidays German style, explore the world of Islamic art, and more.

Do you know an event that could make the list? Drop us a line at [email protected] with a link to the official event details.

Top 15 Things To Do for Kids & Families in Houston This Week

  • Harry Potter: A Yule Ball Celebration at Paraiso Maravilla | Daily – Immerse yourself in a whimsical wintertime ball honoring the iconic Triwizard tradition, complete with amazing performances, photo ops, themed food and drink to purchase, dancing, and more. Costumes and/or cocktail attire encouraged. Ages 6 to 12 are welcome during Saturday and Sunday family sessions; 12 and up allowed at all times. Tickets start at $59; $49 for ages 12 to 17. Times vary.
  • Train Rides at City Place | Thursday, December 8 | FREE – Children are encouraged to climb aboard for a free train ride around the gingerbread village while families can enjoy complimentary hot chocolate at City Place in Spring. 4pm to 7pm.
  • Segundo Barrio Children’s Chorus at Children’s Museum Houston | Thursday, December 8 | FREE – Houston’s own bilingual choir, Segundo Barrio Children’s Chorus, performs live in the Museum District. 6:30pm.
  • Holiday Flick & Float: Elf at Conroe Aquatic Center | Friday, December 9 – Relax in the pool while you watch the holiday classic starring Will Ferrel, Elf, on the big screen. $5. 6:30pm.
  • Candlelight Christmas at Washington on the Brazos | Friday, December 9 & Saturday, December 10 – Across two nights, guests will discover the origins of many beloved Holiday traditions as costumed interpreters bring to life the festivities of the season with musket-fire, music, dancing and more. $10; $5 for ages 6 to 18. 4:30pm to 8:30pm.
  • Tomball German Festival Christmas Market at Tomball Depot | Friday, December 9 to Sunday, December 11 | FREE – Do as the Germans do and celebrate Christmas with plenty of food, beer, and wine, as well as live music on three stages, a petting zoo, and a holiday market featuring more than 150 vendors with antiques, arts and crafts, souvenirs, and more. Times vary.
  • Hogwarts Christmas Village & Market in Kempner Park | Saturday, December 10 | FREE – Head to Galveston for this family-friendly event where you’ll visit a village straight out of Harry Potter, drink butterbeer, encounter characters and more. 10am to 2pm.
  • Tissue Paper Stained Glass: Family Art Workshops at Discovery Green | Saturday, December 10 | FREE – Create a tissue paper-stained “glass” craft inspired by the different colors of the sunlight featured in the Solstice installation at Discovery Green. 1pm to 2:30pm.
  • Persuasive Public Speaking Workshops for Teens at Blossom Hotel Houston | Saturday, December 10 | FREE – Rice University lecturer and author Chris Lipp leads this workshop designed to help college-bound teens develop communication and speaking skills. The workshops will help teens communicate persuasively, build relationships with peers and influencers, and show up powerfully to garner respect. Free with RSVP. 2pm.
  • 2022 Lights in the Heights at Woodland Heights | Saturday, December 10 | FREE – Stroll through the beautifully decorated streets of Woodlands Heights during one of Houston’s biggest holiday events. Every year, the neighborhood streets are closed off, allowing pedestrians to roam freely as they admire the gorgeous homes, which host private parties that sometimes feature musical performances on the porch. Free, but some porch parties and performances are open only to residents of Woodland Heights. 6pm to 8pm.
  • Home Alone Movie Screening at Market Square Park | Saturday, December 10 | FREE – The Downtown park hosts a free outdoor screening of the holiday classic, Home Alone (PG). Kevin is left alone over Christmas on accident by his family and must defend his house from a couple of would-be burglars. 7pm.
  • Reptilian Nation Expo at NRG Center | Saturday, December 10 & Sunday, December 11 – Check out thousands of reptiles, amphibians and arachnids on display, purchase supplies from vendors and catch live demonstrations at this weekend expo. $10 and up. Times vary.
  • The Lone Ranger’s Christmas Caper at George Ranch Historical Park | Saturday, December 10 & Sunday, December 11 – Follow the clues and help the Lone Ranger and Santa find Silver and save Christmas at this scavenger hunt at the Fort Bend historical park. $10 and up. Times vary.
  • 9th Annual Islamic Arts Festival at Masjid Al-Salam | Saturday & Sunday | FREE – Look for live calligraphy demonstrations, henna tattoo, painting, Arabesque pattern coloring and children’s activities, in addition to a wide selection of featured artists and their art from across the country at this annual festival. 10:30am to 5pm.
  • Sunday Funday: Hygge for the Holidays at M-K-T | Sunday, December 11 | FREE – M-K-T in the Heights celebrates the season in the Hygge way with a special event that brings together comfy, chill vibes at a free Sunday Funday celebration featuring live local music by The Birthday Club and Sergio Trevino, special goodies at participating M-K-T stores and pop-ups offering unique custom products, stocking stuffers, holiday items, gifts, and more. Noon to 4pm.

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Top 15 Things to Do for Kids in Houston This Week: November 28 to December 4, 2022

"Junie B's Essential Survival Guide to School" comes to Galveston this week | Photo: Jeremy Daniel; courtesy of Theater Works USA

Discover great ways to spend family time with the best kid-friendly things to do from Monday, November 28 to Sunday, December 4, 2022.

This week, check out plenty of free events around town, catch a beloved play in Galveston, watch a shadow puppet come to life, play in the snow, pace yourself in a Charlie Brown–themed run, and more.

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Top 15 Things To Do for Kids & Families in Houston This Week

  • 2022 Galaxy Lights at Space Center Houston | Daily – Galaxy Lights returns this year with a stellar spectacle that twinkles throughout the campus, allowing visitors to step through space-themed light installations, take in high-tech experiences, and walk among flown spacecraft in a one-of-a-kind holiday event that can only be found in Space City. On view through New Year’s Day, Sunday, January 1, 2023. $19.95 and up; free for ages 3 and under. Combo tickets that offer admission to the Space Center exhibits are also available. 6pm to 10pm.
  • Junie B’s Essential Survival Guide at the Grand 1894 Opera House | Tuesday, November 29 – Bring the kids to watch a production of Junie B’s Essential Survival Guide at the Grand 1894 Opera House in Galveston. From bus rules and Band-Aids to carpools and cookies, Junie B. and friends deliver the definitive word on surviving and thriving in style. $10; $6 for kids (no age specified). 10am.
  • Shadow Puppet Theatre presents The Very Snowy Christmas at the Woodlands Children’s Museum | Thursday, December 1 – See a shadow puppet performance of The Very Snowy Christmas by Diana Hendry at the Woodlands Children’s Museum. Little Mouse worries that the sky “is coming undone” when he sees big white flakes falling down, but Big Mouse helps him discover the magic of snow and the holiday season. $7.50 for ages 1 and up. 11am.
  • Energy Corridor’s 2nd Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony at Hyatt Regency Houston West | Thursday, December 1 | FREE – Oh come all ye Christmas lovers to the annual tree lighting event that features the district’s 50-foot tree powered with renewable energy. It will also kick off the District’s 12 Days of Christmas donations and feature Santa Claus photo ops, plus more than 20 local vendors offering hand-crafted, unique gifts and goodies along Candy Cane Lane. 5:30pm to 8:30pm.
  • Holly Jolly Jingle at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Thursday, December 1 | FREE – The outdoor venue in the Woodlands presents a musical holiday program featuring student musicians from Conroe ISD performing holiday jingles and Christmas carols around the plaza. 7pm.
  • Holiday Delights 2022: A Texas-Sized Christmas at the Bryan Museum | Friday, December 2 | FREE – The Holiday Delights 2022 event will include activities like pictures with and letters to Santa, a petting zoo, an elf hunt, food trucks, crafts, music, a Christmas tree lighting, and even some snow. Includes admission to the museum. 4pm to 7pm.
  • WinterFest at Galveston County Fair & Rodeo | Friday, December 2 & Saturday, December 3 | FREE – The family-friendly WinterFest will feature a gingerbread house contest, the Christmas pajama fun run, a holiday market, and more at Galveston County Fairgrounds. Friday 5pm to 9pm; Saturday 10am to 4pm.
  • 49th Annual Dickens on the Strand in Downtown Galveston | Friday, December 2 to Sunday, December 4 – The holiday tradition returns with family programming, live entertainment, special events and more. The weekend festival features parades, non-stop entertainment on four stages, new additions like Tiny Tim’s Play Land, Shopkeeper Skills Village, and roaming characters throughout the festival. Free on Friday evening. Saturday and Sunday tickets are $18; $13 for ages 7 to 12. VIP options are $75; $30 for ages 7 to 12. Times vary.
  • 13th Annual Trafigura Run for the House at Sam Houston Park | Saturday, December 3 – Kicking off in Downtown, this annual 5K and 10K run helps to raise money and awareness for the Ronald McDonald House of Houston. $40; $20 for ages 7 and under. 8am.
  • A Charlie Brown Christmas 5K Run/Walk at Addicks Park & Ride | Saturday, December 3 – Get the whole family together and get your holiday season started in a fun way with this inaugural 5K; beginning with a Snoopy Kids dash for kiddos 12 and under, and the 5k to follow. All participants will receive a Peanuts finisher medal, and can stick around for a post-race party and visits with Santa. Registration starts at $44.95; $34.95 for the Snoopy Dash. 8am to 10:30am.
  • Christmas in the Square at Sugar Land Town Square | Saturday, December 3 | FREE – Enjoy a day of ice skating, food and drinks from Town Square restaurants and appearances by the Grinch, Cindy Lou Who and Mrs. Claus. There will also be the pop-up Boho Market, a special dance performance, live music, and—if rumors are to be believed—snow. 11am to 4pm.
  • Mayor’s Holiday Spectacular at City Hall | Saturday, December 3 | FREE – Join Mayor Sylvester Turner at City Hall for Houston’s annual holiday extravaganza, which features live entertainment (including a headlining performance by Gloria Gaynor), fireworks, a tree lighting, a visit from Santa and other family-friendly activities. 5pm.
  • The Nightmare Before Christmas Movie Screening at Moody Center for the Arts | Saturday, December 3 | FREE – Rice University’s Moody Center hosts a family-friendly, outdoor screening of Tim Burton’s holiday classic The Nightmare Before Christmas. 6pm to 8pm.
  • 2022 Holiday Festival at Levy Park | Saturday, December 3 & Sunday, December 4 | FREE – This 2-day festival returns to Levy Park, offering plenty of family fun with a holiday market, crafts station, live music performances, a free photo booth with Santa, and more. Noon to 5pm.
  • Santa Cares Day at First Colony Mall | Sunday, December 4 – Children within all spectrums of special needs and their families are welcome to a sensory-friendly visit for photos with Santa at First Colony Mall. Reservations required. 9am to 10am.

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Top 12 Things to Do for Kids in Houston This Week: November 21 to 27, 2022

Galaxy Lights at Space Center Houston offers a twinkling spectacle unique to Space City | Courtesy of Space Center Houston

Trot your way through Thanksgiving week with the best kid-friendly things to do from Monday, November 21 to Sunday, November 27, 2022.

This week, explore a galaxy of lights by the millions, visit a turkey on his lucky day, run your way towards Thanksgiving dinner, sing along with Baby Shark, kick start the holiday season with a Christmas classic, and more.

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Top 12 Things To Do for Kids & Families in Houston This Week

  • 2022 Galaxy Lights at Space Center Houston | Daily – Galaxy Lights returns this year with a stellar spectacle that twinkles throughout the campus, allowing visitors to step through space-themed light installations, take in high-tech experiences, and walk among flown spacecraft in a one-of-a-kind holiday event that can only be found in Space City. On view through New Year’s Day, Sunday, January 1, 2023. $19.95 and up; free for ages 3 and under. Combo tickets that offer admission to the Space Center exhibits are also available. 6pm to 10pm.
  • 5th Annual Turkey Pardon at Children’s Museum Houston | Tuesday, November 22 – Following the national tradition, one lucky turkey will be pardoned by Children’s Museum Houston’s Kids’ Committee co-presidents. Join in the fun, sign his pardon petition, and meet the special turkey. $15 for ages 1 and up ($2 off when you wear an ugly holiday sweater). 10am to 2pm.
  • 20th Annual Turkey Dash at Monty Ballard YMCA at Cinco Ranch | Thanksgiving, Thursday, November 24  The Katy YMCA Turkey Dash returns for its 20th year with races for both kids and adults. The post-race party will include a fully equipped kids zone and many ways to engage with local businesses and organizations. Registration ranges from $25 to $55. 7:10am.
  • Galveston Island Turkey Trot in Menard Park | Thanksgiving, Thursday, November 24 – The annual Galveston Turkey Trot features a flat ocean-view course along the Seawall and welcomes both runners and walkers of all ages. Registration is $40 for the 5K. 7:30am to 11am.
  • 73rd Annual Thanksgiving Day Parade in Downtown | Thanksgiving, Thursday, November 24 | FREE – Houston’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will return to the heart of Downtown Houston, where thousands upon thousands of Houstonians will line the streets to cheer on participants. The parade will traverse over 20 city blocks and features elaborate floats, colorful marching bands, high-flying balloons and other uniquely Houston entries. 9am to 11am.
  • Thanksgiving Day at Kemah Boardwalk | Thanksgiving, Thursday, November 24 | No Cover – Spend part of your Thanksgiving Day shopping, going on rides, and playing some boardwalk games at the Kemah Boardwalk. Noon to 9am.
  • Chikawa Aztec Dancers & Shopping with Usborne Books at the Woodlands Children’s Museum | Friday, November 25 – In recognition of Native American Indian Heritage Month, the Woodlands Children’s Museum celebrates with a special performance by the Chikawa Aztec Dancers, a local cultural group representing the Aztec culture through modern Aztec dance and traditions. $7 for ages 1 and up. 10am to 2pm.
  • Peppa Pig Live: Peppa Pig’s Adventure at Bayou Music Center | Friday, November 25 – Featuring life-sized theatrical puppets performed live on stage, Peppa Pig’s Adventure sees the beloved Peppa taking an exciting camping trip in the woods with George and her school friends, including Pedro Pony, Suzy Sheep and Gerald Giraffe. Along with Daddy Pig driving the bus, Peppa and friends embark on a 60-minute live musical adventure, full of singing, dancing, games and surprises. $32 and up. 6:30pm.
  • The Santa Clause Movie Screening at Levy Park | Friday, November 25 | FREE – Watch a screening of the classic holiday movie starring Tim Allen, The Santa Clause, at the Greenway Plaza-area park. Unsuspecting single father Scott Calvin becomes Santa Claus after an unfortunate accident at his home. Scott stays in disbelief, while his son has never believed in him more, as they navigate this new life together. 7pm.
  • Houston Symphony presents Disney’s Fantasia at Jones Hall | Friday, November 25 to Sunday, November 27 – The orchestra plays the lush, classical music–inspired score to Disney’s 1940 animated masterpiece while the movie plays on screen. $29 and up. Times vary.
  • Baby Shark Live: The Christmas Show! at Smart Financial Centre | Saturday, November 26 – The beloved children’s characters, Baby Shark and Pinkfong, come to life in a one-of-a-kind immersive experience going into the jungle and under the sea to explore shapes, colors, numbers and more. The show features hit songs, including “Baby Shark,” “Five Little Monkeys,” “Wheels On The Bus,” and “Monkey Banana Dance,” plus holiday classics like “Jingle Bells” and others. $39.50 and up. 2pm.
  • Nutcracker in the Park at League Park | Sunday, November 27 | FREE – Bring the kids to League Park in League City for a full day of Nutcracker-themed activities like ballet classes, a scavenger hunt, the Mouse King Market, a holiday tree lighting, and more. 8am to 6pm.

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Top 15 Things to Do for Kids in Houston This Week: November 14 to 20, 2022

The Big Bounce comes to Katy this week | Courtesy of The Big Bounce America

Ease into the spirit of the season with the best kid-friendly things to do from Monday, November 14 to Sunday, November 20, 2022.

This week, take a glide around the ice rink, catch classic movies outdoors, celebrate a beloved Elf, stroll the opening of twinkling light spectacles, and more.

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Top 15 Things To Do for Kids & Families in Houston This Week

  • Cheap Skate Night at Discovery Green | Monday, November 14 – Glide around the Ice at Discovery Green on its first Cheap Skate night of the season, held on select Mondays. $8 (includes skate rental). 5pm to 10pm.
  • Wellness in Houston at Children’s Museum Houston | Thursday, November 17 | FREE – Prairie View A&M’s Wellness in Houston program offers a night of hands-on cooking demos through the “Taste of Latin Heritage” night, which shows families how to prepare and eat food healthfully and traditionally. 5pm to 8pm.
  • Photos with Santa at Market Street | Friday, November 18 – In a soft opening at Market Street in the Woodlands, kiddos can have their photos taken with jolly ol’ St. Nick, through Christmas Eve, Saturday, December 24. $35 to $40; reservations requierd. 1pm to 7pm.
  • Zoo Lights Opening Day at Houston Zoo | Friday, November 18 – Be among the first to enjoy the return of the zoo’s popular twinkling installation as it officially opens for the holiday season. Take strolls through the zoo after dark, and see the ways it’s transformed with themed sections, partial access to animal displays, and wintery concessions. Open through Sunday, January 8, 2023. Prices vary by date, typically starting at $20 and higher. Advance tickets required; none will be sold at gate. 5:30pm to 10:30pm.
  • The World’s Biggest Bounce House at Katy Mills Mall | Friday, November 18 to Sunday, November 20 – The world’s largest touring inflatable event comes to Katy, offering an action-packed day out that’s suitable for all ages. From a toddler-friendly bounce house and a giant obstacle course to a competitive sports arena and more, the Big Bounce features a hopping good time on a ticket good for three hours of bouncing entertainment. $22 and up; ticket price varies by age group. Times vary.
  • Magical Winter Lights at Sam Houston Raceway | Friday, November 18 to Sunday, November 20 | Opening Weekend Get into the holiday spirit with these seven illuminated displays featuring more than six million lights in Baytown. Walk through a winter circus, grub on festival foods and more. This event is ongoing through Saturday, January 7, 2023. $25; $17 for ages 3 to 12 and 65+. Times vary.
  • Sugar Land Holiday Lights Opening Weekend at Constellation Field | Friday, November 18 to Sunday, November 20 – Sugar Land’s annual lights installation turns Constellation Field into a sparkling wonderland with more than 3 million lights, a carnival, Santa Claus, a new 40-foot-tall lit tree, themed displays, a holiday market, and more. $15; $12 for ages 4 to 12 and 55+. Friday and Saturday 6pm to 10pm, Sunday 6pm to 9pm.
  • Bubble Science at Houston Arboretum & Nature Center | Saturday, November 19 – Discover the magic of nature’s bubbles while creating your own bubbly fun at Houston Arboretum & Nature Center. This event is ideal for ages 2 to 5. $12. 10am to 11am.
  • 40th Annual Lighting of the Doves at Town Green Park | Saturday, November 19 | FREE – Start the holiday season at this annual event in the Woodlands with balloon art, face painting, snow play areas and snow slides, live entertainment on two stages, and more. The Big Guy himself, Santa Claus, will make an appearance, arriving by sleigh down the Woodlands Waterway to end the evening with a dazzling fireworks display. 3pm to 8pm.
  • Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory Movie Screening at Sugar Land Town Square | Saturday, November 19 | FREE – Experience the 1971 film classic starring Gene Wilder, Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory, at Sugar Land Town Square. Candy-themed decorations and a Wonka boat will be on-site, making for great photo ops. 7pm to 8:30pm.
  • LifeGift 2nd Chance Run at Minute Maid Park | Sunday, November 20 – This 5k walk and run honors organ, eye and tissue donors and their recipients. It starts at Minute Maid Park and runs through Downtown. $30; $25 for ages 12 and under. 7am.
  • Wonderful Indonesia Festival at Sugar Land Town Square | Sunday, November 20 | FREE The Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia presents this day-long celebration of Indonesian culture. Look for food, colorful crafts, a fashion show, music and more. 11am to 4pm.
  • Family Day at Rienzi & Bayou Bend | Sunday, November 20 | FREE – Visit the two MFAH house museums—Rienzi and Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens—for an afternoon of free, family-friendly programs. Visitors can park at Bayou Bend and take the complimentary shuttle between locations. 1pm to 5pm.
  • 2022 Houston Women’s Polo Championship at Houston Polo Club | Sunday, November 20 Take in the final polo match of the fall season when the top two teams of the largest women’s tournament in the country square off on the pitch. $35; $15.50 for ages 12 and under. 1:30pm.
  • Elf Movie Party at Alamo Drafthouse | Sunday, November 20 – The Katy location shows the much-loved Will Ferrell film that’s become a Christmas classic. In addition to the screening, fans can take in an interactive holiday spectacular with games, props and singalongs. $15.15 and up. 5pm.

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Top 12 Things to Do for Kids in Houston This Week: November 7 to 13, 2022

The Children's Festival offers a weekend of fun for the kiddos in the Woodlands | Courtesy of Children's Festival

Make the most of what Houston has to offer this week with the best kid-friendly things to do from Monday, November 7 to Sunday, November 13, 2022.

This week, learn about Diwali, watch Mickey and friends glide around NRG Arena, salute our veterans, kick off the ice skating season, and more.

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Top 12 Things To Do for Kids & Families in Houston This Week

  • Picture Book Boogie at the Woodlands Children’s Museum | Tuesday, November 8 – The museum celebrates Children’s Book Week with a series of activities and songs based on popular children’s books. Waldo, of Where’s Waldo fame, will also make an appearance. This event is recommended for ages seven and under. Tickets are $7.50 for ages 1 and up. 11am.
  • Diwali Art Workshop at Children’s Museum Houston | Thursday, November 10 | FREE – Celebrate Diwali with activities like creating a Diwali Lamp and traditional Rangoli patterns at Children’s Museum Houston. Each child will also receive a card with their name written in Bengali and Hindi. 5pm to 8pm.
  • Disney on Ice: Into the Magic at NRG Stadium | Thursday, November 10 to Sunday, November 13 | FREE – Celebrate the magic of courage, love and adventure with Disney characters like Belle, Miguel from Coco, Elsa from Frozen, and more when they take the ice at NRG Stadium. $20 and up. Times vary.
  • City of Houston’s Veterans Day Celebration at City Hall | Veteran’s Day, Friday, November 11 | FREE – The City of Houston pays tribute to the people of the military at the annual Houston Salutes American Heroes Veterans Day Celebration. There will be a traditional Veterans Day ceremony with acknowledgments and a distinguished keynote speaker recognizing the local heroes, a moment of silence, and the American Heroes Parade. 10am.
  • Frostival at Discovery Green | Friday, November 11 | FREE – Discovery Green’s annual winter celebration, Frostival, will feature live ice carving, live painting of a new mural, Art Cars, a performance by Break Free and Cirque Mythos, and the grand opening of this year’s ice rink. Free to attend; first 50 skaters skate for free, fees apply after those spots are claimed. 5pm to 10pm.
  • Tokyo Night Festival at Texas Festival Grounds | Friday, November 11 & Saturday, November 12 – Celebrate modern and traditional Japanese culture with back-to-back days of performances, cosplay, and Japanese food–themed vendors, plus take in a merch market, a sumo tournament, car exhibits and more. $20 and up; discounted options for ages 6-15 at the door; free for ages 5 and under. 3pm to 10pm.
  • NYT presents Totally ’80s: The Musical at Concordia Lutheran High School | Friday, November 11 to Sunday, November 13 – Have a tubular time in Tomball with a night of ’80s nostalgia at this high-energy show that weaves comedy, music and more for a musical performance from National Youth Theater. Great for ages 10 and up. $15 and up. Times vary.
  • HTX4Ukraine’s Borscht Cook-Off at Pokrova Ukrainian Church | Saturday, November 12 – HTX4Ukraine presents a cook-off event featuring one of the most famous Ukrainian dishes—borscht—in support of the people of Ukraine. Baked goods, drinks, and other Ukrainian delicacies will be available for purchase at the event, with funds dedicated to saving lives and supporting people in Ukraine in the time of the Russian war against the country. $10; includes a cup to sample each team’s borscht. Free for ages 12 and under. 11am to 3:30pm.
  • 5th Annual Taste of the Caribbean at the Crown Festival Park | Saturday, November 12 – The annual fest returns with a day celebrating delicious Caribbean food, live Caribbean music, arts and culture, and family fun at the Crown Festival Park in Sugar Land. $20 and up. 2pm to 10pm.
  • Star Wars: Rogue One Movie Screening at Sugar Land Town Square | Saturday, November 12 | FREE – Catch a free outdoor screening of the 2016 film, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (PG-13), at Sugar Land Town Square. 6:30pm to 8:30pm.
  • Children’s Festival: Under the Sea at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Saturday, November 12 & Sunday, November 13 – Enjoy a weekend of family fun that includes high-energy shows, hands-on activities, and adventures for all ages at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Don’t miss Octonauts Live!, a PJ Masks meet and greet, bounce house fun, and more. $10 per day; free for ages 2 and under. Saturday 10am to 5pm; Sunday noon to 5pm.
  • Main Street Theater for Youth presents Cinderella at MATCH | Sunday, November 13 | Ongoing – Grab your seats for opening day of this beloved story that comes to life as a musical, backed by music and lyrics by Rodgers and Hammerstein. This stage adaption is based on the popular teleplay, and captures the romance of Cinderella and her prince, the capers of her stepsisters and the magic of her fairy godmother, who shows that impossible things happen every day. Showtimes available through Friday, December 23. $30 and up. 12:30pm and 3:30pm.

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Top 20 Things to Do for Kids in Houston This Week: October 24 to 30, 2022

Scream on the Green brings costumed Halloween fun to Downtown's Discovery Green on Friday | Courtesy of Discovery Green

Bring the ghouls and goblins out for the best kid-friendly things to do from Monday, October 24 to Sunday, October 30, 2022.

This week, get spooked at events around Houston, watch the trio of Sanderson Sisters outdoors, see vintage aircraft soar above the crowds, celebrate Día de los Muertos, and more.

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Top 20 Things To Do for Kids & Families in Houston This Week

  • No Bully Here Music Fest! at Miller Outdoor Theatre | Wednesday, October 26 | FREE – This informative and inspirational celebration features music, dance and celebrity appearances to help motivate youth committed to non-violence. 11am.
  • What’s in the Water? at Hermann Park | Wednesday, October 26 | FREE – In this family-friendly, hands-on presentation, you’ll discover through dip-netting, how the presence or absence of specific macroinvertebrates can help determine fresh water quality. 6pm to 7pm.
  • Hocus Pocus Movie Screening at Kings Harbor | Thursday, October 26 | FREE – Run amuck, amuck, amuck and watch an outdoor screening of Disney’s classic Halloween movie, Hocus Pocus, at Kings Harbor in Kingwood. 6:30pm.
  • Scream on the Green at Discovery Green | Friday, October 28 | FREE – The annual Halloween celebration returns to the Downtown park space, offering tunes from DJ Mohawk Steve, a screening of Monster House, and a costume contest. 6pm to 10pm.
  • Fall Festival at Urban Harvest Saturday Farmers Market | Saturday, October 29 | FREE – Urban Harvest celebrates all things fall at a special super-sized Fall Festival edition of the weekly Saturday farmers market. Already boasting more than 100 local vendors and producers hailing from within 100 miles of Houston, the Fall Festival will also feature family-friendly activities, including live music, face painting and a fall photo backdrop, crafts, a chef demo, and more. 8am to noon.
  • MusicFest 2022 at Willow Waterhole Greenway | Saturday, October 29 | FREE – In Southwest Houston, the 10th annual MusicFest offers a full day of live music from the worlds of R&B, blues, jazz, rock and Latin salsa; Halloween activities like trunk-or-treating, Halloween photo ops, and a costume parade; plus circus act performers, food and drink. 11am to 7pm.
  • Sugar Land Día de los Muertos Celebration at Sugar Land Town Square | Saturday, October 29 | FREE – This celebration showcases traditional mariachi and ballet folkloric performances, Aztec dancers, customary Hispanic cuisine, cultural art exhibitions, children’s activities, and more. Noon to 4pm.
  • Saturday Spooktacular at Feges BBQ | Saturday, October 29 | FREE – The Spring Branch outpost of Feges hosts a Saturday afternoon of family fun, with special Halloween frozen beverages, cookies, a kids area with bounce house, pumpkin decorating, and a screening of Hocus Pocus. 3pm to 6pm.
  • Halloween Town at Constellation Field | Saturday, October 29 – Halloween Town in Sugar Land returns to Constellation Field complete with candy, games, activities, and more. Costumes are strongly encouraged. Advance tickets are $11; $8 for ages 4 to 12; free for ages 3 and under. 3pm to 9pm.
  • 3rd Annual Hike, Bike & Fright Fest at M-K-T | Saturday, October 29 | FREE – M-K-T in the Heights celebrates Halloween with a free, family-friendly festival that takes over the entire center. The third annual event will include a Trick-or-Treat Trail, an outdoor Shop Local Market featuring more than 40 local vendors, live music and dance performances, special deals at M-K-T shops and restaurants, a pumpkin patch photo op, an outdoor screening of the 1996 teen horror fantasy movie The Craft (R) on the lawn, and more. 4pm to 9pm.
  • Wings Over Houston Airshow 2022 at Ellington Field | Saturday, October 29 & Sunday, October 30 – One of the top airshows in the nation, Wings Over Houston showcases vintage World War II aircraft and modern aviation with soaring spectacles, reenactments, and high-flying aerobatics. $32.50; free for ages 14 and under with adult (up to 6 kids per adult). 8am to 4pm.
  • Día de Muertos Festival at MECA Houston | Saturday, October 29 & Sunday, October 30 | FREE – MECA’s annual two-day Día de los Muertos community festival in Sixth Ward returns, packed with delicious foods, live music and dance performances, arts and crafts activities, a local vendor market, artists, ofrendas and more. 11am to 7pm both days.
  • Fall Cornival at the Health Museum | Sunday, October 30 – The inaugural family-friendly Fall Cornival Festival takes over the Health Museum for an afternoon of festivities like live music, games, food trucks, art, educational fun and more. $15; $10 for ages 3 to 12. 10am to 5pm.
  • The Rock and Roll Playhouse plays Grateful Dead for Kids at Last Concert Cafe | Sunday, October 30 – Performing songs created by the most iconic musicians in rock history, The Rock and Roll Playhouse band offers its core audience of families with children ages ten and under games, movement, stories, and an opportunity to rock out. $15. 11am to 1pm.
  • Blue’s Clues & You Live at Smart Financial Centre | Sunday, October 30 – The hit television series comes to Sugar Land, featuring all the beloved characters from the series, including Blue, her friends Magenta, Rainbow Puppy, and many more, for this new, original musical adventure. $39.50 and up. 2pm.
  • 10th Annual Halloween Trick-or-Treat at CityCentre | Sunday, October 30 | FREE – Go on a spooky stroll through CityCentre in your costume for tricks and treats. Stores and restaurants throughout the district will have goodies for the the little trick-or-treaters and be marked with a festive balloon outside their door. Then, join DJ Dave in the plaza for haunting tunes, a witchy Halloween performance, and fun activities from Life Time Athletic. 2pm to 5pm.
  • Texas Open at Houston Polo Club | Sunday, October 30 – Pony up for an evening of polo with costumes encouraged for kids and adults, and a candy toss on the field at halftime. Ruth’s Chris is the on-site concession, serving casual menu choices and a premium bar menu. $35; $15.50 for ages 12 and under. Boxes for 2 to 20 guests range from $89 to $895. 4pm.
  • Halloween Events for Kids & Families in Greater Houston | Ongoing Show off your costumes at more than 35 sweet—and a few scary—family-friendly Halloween events around Houston in 2022. Prices, dates and times vary.
  • Pumpkin Patches in Greater Houston | Ongoing Take your pick of pumpkins, flowers, and Fall Festival family fun with our guide to farms and pumpkin patches around Houston for the 2022 season. Prices, dates and times vary.
  • Fall Festivals in Greater Houston | Ongoing Circle these dates for 45+ of this season’s upcoming fall festivals featuring live music, food, cultural celebrations and more at places across Greater Houston. Prices, dates and times vary.

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Top 10 Things to Do for Kids in Houston This Week: Monday, August 22 to 28, 2022

Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion plays host to Kidz Bop this week | Courtesy of Kidz Bop

Search no more for the best for kid-friendly things to do in and around Houston this week from Monday, August 22 to Sunday, August 28, 2022.

This week, hear kid-friendly versions of their favorite songs, cozy up and watch a family movie outdoors, catch a new musical at MATCH, introduce the kids to creative writing, and more.

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Top 10 Things To Do for Kids & Families in Houston This Week

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Top 11 Things to Do for Kids in Houston This Week: Monday, August 8 to 14, 2022

Give kiddos hands-on crafts while you learn about wellness at Self-Care Sunday Funday | Courtesy of M-K-T

Make the most of those summer days with our picks for kid-friendly things to do in and around Houston this week from Monday, August 8 to Sunday, August 14, 2022.

This week, get the kids ready for their return to the hallways, watch a flick while you float, burn some energy at a kids’ duathlon, learn more about the world of squirrels, and more.

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  • Luca Movie Screening at First Colony Mall | Friday, August 11 | FREE – Bring the family to watch an outdoor screening of the 2021 Disney Pixar movie, Luca, at First Colony Mall. Luca is a young boy having an unforgettable summer filled with gelato, pasta and endless scooter rides with his new buddy—but he has a secret and all of the fun might come to an end if someone finds out he is a sea monster. 7pm.
  • Food Truck Friday: Wall-E Movie Screening at Oyster Creek Park in Sugar Land | Friday, August 12 | FREE – Pull out a blanket and chairs for a fun-filled evening in Sugar Land. Kick off the night with dinner or dessert from local food trucks, then cuddle up for a screening of Disney’s 2008 animated film, Wall-E, under the stars. 6pm to 9pm.
  • Flick & Float: Back to School Bash at Conroe Waterpark | Friday, August 12 – Bring a noodle and relax in the pool as Conroe Waterpark screens a family-friendly movie, complete with free root beer and popcorn, too. $5. 7pm.
  • YMCA Kids Duathlon at Holcomb Family YMCA | Saturday, August 13 – Kiddos ages 7 to 15 are invited to register for this duathlon in Spring, which will have participants competing in three segments that feature run and bike legs. Registration is $42, closing on Tuesday, August 9. 7:30am.
  • Mayor’s Back 2 School Event at George R. Brown Convention Center | Saturday, August 13 | FREE – The annual back-to-school fest offers families of Houston-area elementary school students a chance to prepare for the return to the hallways with a school supply and backpack distribution. 8am to 2pm, until supplies last.
  • YUMMY! Summer Cooking Classes at MKT Bar | Saturday, August 13 – In Downtown, Phoenicia hosts this cooking class which teaches kiddos how to make a cake, assemble a delicious pizza, churn ice cream and decorate cookies for a delicious afternoon lunch. $65 per child. 10am to 2pm.
  • The Secret Life of Squirrels at Houston Arboretum & Nature Center | Saturday, August 13 – Learn all about three Houston squirrel species—Eastern Gray, Fox, and Southern Flying—and how they play essential roles in our ecosystem. $35. 10:30am.
  • Second Saturday: Stuart Little Movie Screening at The Depot in Tomball | Saturday, August 13 | FREE – Grab lawn chairs, blankets, and your favorite snacks and head to the Tomball Depot Plaza for a screening of the classic 1999 family film, Stuart Little. 8:15pm.
  • Self-Cafe Sunday Funday at M-K-T | Sunday, August 14 | FREE – Explore free crafts for kiddos and all the many joys that self-care can bring at this Sunday Funday event that also features interactive wellness activities, local vendor pop-ups, a live DJ, and more. Noon to 4pm.
  • Jump Jump Kids Festival at Bayou City Event Center | Sunday, August 14 – More than 30 bounce houses come together in South Houston for an afternoon of local vendors doling out snow cones and shaved ices, plus burgers, ice cream, and more. All day passes start at $20. 1pm to 9pm.
  • Summer Block Parties at Levy Park | Sunday, August 14 | FREE – In the Greenway Plaza area, get grooving to tunes from DJ Mohawk Steve and Legacy Man, plus enjoy bubble stations, games and other children’s activities at Levy Park’s Summer Block Party. 5pm to 9pm.

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Top 10 Things to Do for Kids in Houston This Week: Monday, August 1 to 7, 2022

Kids gather around a man blowing humongous bubbles
Get one last summer bash in before school at the Sugar Land Splash Bash | Courtesy of Sugar land Town Square

Keep it cool and discover the best kid-friendly things to do in and around Houston this week from Monday, August 1 to Sunday, August 7, 2022.

This week, go bananas over Minions, shop for back-to-school tax-free, make friends with dinos, run a watermelon race, and more.

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Top 10 Things To Do for Kids & Families in Houston This Week

  • Flower Power Botanicamp at Houston Botanic Garden | Monday, August 1 to Friday, August 5 – BotaniCamp-ers can connect with plants through thoughtful and diverse lessons and hands-on activities while working with scientists and subject matter experts at Houston Botanic Garden. This week-long, plant-centric camp is designed for Kindergarten to 5th Grade students. $225 per child, per week. 9am to 4pm.
  • Boogie Bash: Silly Shakin’ at the Woodlands Children’s Museum | Tuesday, August 2 – Explore all things silly through songs, fingerplays, and creative movement at this week’s Boogie Bash at the Woodlands Children’s Museum. $7.50 for ages 1 and up. 11am.
  • Clifford Movie Screening at Creekside Park Village | Wednesday, August 3 | FREE – Bring the kiddos out to the Woodlands for a screening of the 2021 film, Clifford the Big Red Dog. Emily Elizabeth falls in love with a new red puppy, but when he grows to 10ft tall, she is led on a crazy adventure through New York City. 6:30pm.
  • Jurassic Quest at NRG Center | Thursday, August 4 to Sunday, August 7 – Walk among the nation’s biggest herd of life-size, animatronic dinosaurs when Jurassic Quest arrives at NRG Center. From the largest predators, such as the mighty T-Rex, to playful baby dinos, experience them as they were when they roamed the earth billions of years ago. Friends and family are invited to explore fossil digs, jump into science and art activities, enjoy inflatable attractions, and more at this one-of-a-kind dinosaur event. $22 for ages 2 and up; $19 for ages 65+; $36 for an unlimited pass to all rides and activities for ages 2 to 12. Times vary.
  • Tax-Free Weekend at Memorial City Mall | Friday, August 5 to Sunday, August 7 – Memorial City offers extended shopping hours and back-to-school giveaways during Texas’ official Tax-Free Weekend. For these three days, shoppers can save on everything they need for back-to-school, with many stores offering additional special sales—plus, try your hand at winning a backpack filled with school supplies and gift cards every half hour from 1pm to 4pm on Saturday. Shopping hours are 10am to 9pm on Friday and Saturday; 10am to 8pm on Sunday.
  • Watermelon Dash 5K & 10K at Karbach Brewing Co. | Saturday, August 6 – Wrap up Houston Running Company’s third race of a refreshing trio which also featured early summer’s Lemonade Dash and Popsicle Dash. Registration is $40 for the 5K, $50 for the 10K, $20 for the Kids K. 7:30am.
  • Free Cookie Day at Crumbl Cookies Oak Forest | FREE – Pop into the delicious new cookie shop in Oak Forest, just north of the Loop, and snag your own fresh, lip-smacking chocolate chip cookie. Every kid who walks in the door gets a cookie. 8am to midnight.
  • Minion Mania at Children’s Museum Houston | Saturday, August 6 – Go bananas during a day of despicable fun and indecipherable nonsense at Minion Mania at Children’s Museum Houston. $15 for ages 1 and up. 10am to 4pm.
  • Back-to-School Splash Bash at Sugar Land Town Square | Saturday, August 6 | FREE – Join in on the fun with waterslides, a live DJ, a hula hoop contest, toddler town for ages 5 and under, and other fun summer activities at Sugar Land Town Square. This event benefits the Fort Bend Rainbow Room and visitors are encouraged to bring donations of backpacks school supplies. 11am to 2pm.
  • Family Zone on the Go at Museum of Fine Arts, Houston | Sunday, August 7 – Be on the lookout for the Family Art Cart as it makes its way around the galleries at MFAH. Find engaging activities, coloring sheets, and colored pencils as well knowledgeable staff members that can answer questions about the works of art on view. Included with general admission; $12 to $19, free for ages 12 and under. 1pm to 4pm.

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Top 12 Things to Do for Kids in Houston This Week: July 25 to 31, 2022

Dinos take over the Children's Museum on Saturday | Courtesy of Children's Museum Houston

Look no more for the best kid-friendly things to do in and around Houston this week from Monday, July 25 to Sunday, July 31, 2022.

This week, get up-close with dinos, sing along with la familia Madrigal, immerse kiddos in the world of anime, catch a live performance from Dude Perfect, and much more.

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Top 12 Things To Do for Kids & Families in Houston This Week

  • Babies & Books at Bellaire City Library | Tuesday, July 26 | FREE – Bring your infant or toddler up to 24 months for this storytime session that also features songs, movement and play at Bellaire City Library. 10am.
  • Boogie Bash: Summer Fun at the Woodlands Children’s Museum | Tuesday, July 26 – Bring the tots for a morning of movement and play, involving beach balls and rainbow ribbons at the Woodlands Children’s Museum. $7.50 for ages 1 and up. 11am.
  • Tiny Trekkers at Houston Arboretum | Thursday, July 28 – Young explorers ages 2 to 4 are invited to this Thursday series of hands-on nature exploration at the Arboretum. This week’s theme is Colors of Nature. $12. Sessions at 9:30am and 11am.
  • Encanto: The Sing Along Film Concert Tour at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Thursday, July 28 – Disney Concerts brings this production to the stage in the Woodlands, featuring the entire full-length animated film, Encanto, along with an on-stage band that will perform all of the record-breaking hit songs like the earworm “We Don’t Talk About Bruno”, plus “The Family Madrigal”, “Surface Pressure”, and more. $25 and up; 15% off when you use promocode BRUNO15 at checkout. 7:30pm. 
  • The Great Texas Mosquito Festival at Clute Municipal Park | Thursday, July 28 to Saturday, July 30 – Southwest of Houston, this annual festival offers days of fun with cornhole tournaments, music headliners, a carnival, and more in honor of the little bloodsucker. $2 and up. Times vary.
  • Anime Matsuri 2022 at George R. Brown Convention Center | Thursday, July 28 to Sunday, July 31 – Immerse kiddos in a weekend of anime and Japanese pop culture with the return of this 16th annual convention that features cosplay, art vendors, concerts, video games, and much more. Day passes start at $45; $90 for a weekend pass; $40 for a kids weekend pass (ages 6 to 12); free for ages 5 and under. Times vary.
  • Dude Perfect: That’s Happy Summer Tour at Toyota Center | Friday, July 29 – The YouTube sensations gather in Downtown for a night of their signature trick shots, stunts, and off-the-wall skits. $29 and up. 7pm.
  • Cruella Movie Screening at Levy Park | Friday, July 29 | FREE – Bring a picnic blanket or park chair to enjoy the outdoor screening of the 2021 Disney film starring Emma Stone, Cruella. Estella is a young and clever designer aiming to make it in the world of fashion. She looks up to fashion legend Baroness von Hellman, who ultimately leads her to the wicked side, becoming the revenge-bent Cruella. 8:30pm. 
  • The Market at Grisby at Watson’s House of Ales | Saturday, July 30 | No Cover – The Energy Corridor District hosts the first ever Market at Grisby, a signature artisan market featuring a live music duo with Josie Arias, gift card giveaways to the five Grisby-area restaurants, and more. 10:30am to 2pm.
  • Yap & Splash at Owen Park | Saturday, July 30 | FREE – Bring your dog for a day of fun in the park involving splash pads, sprinklers, and other water activities at Owen Park in Conroe, along with music, games, raffle prizes and more. 10:30am.
  • Jurassic Extreme at Children’s Museum Houston | Saturday, July 30 – The Children’s Museum Houston will be transformed into a dinosaur wonderland, so swing by for photos and live performances. $15 for ages 1 and up. 11am to 2pm. 
  • Houston Family Fun Fest at La Centerra | Sunday, July 31 | FREE Houston Family Magazine hosts their annual Family Fun Fest in Heritage Square. Face painting, entertainment, rock climbing, arts & crafts, inflatables and more will be on hand for an afternoon of fun. Noon to 4pm.

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