Have some star-spangled fun with our picks for the best kid-friendly things to do in and around Houston this week from Monday, June 27 to Sunday, July 3, 2022.
This week, explore the ecologies of Asia at an educational camp, have some patriotic fun, bring out the chef in your littles, enjoy a Summer concert, and more.
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Top 10 Things To Do for Kids & Families in Houston This Week
- Kids Eatz: Edible Constellations at Pasadena Public Library | Monday, June 27 | FREE – Just off Southmore Avenue, the public library hosts a weekly kids program, this one focusing on edible constellations. 3pm.
- 2022 ExploreAsia: Culture Camp for Kids at Asia Society Texas Center | Monday, June 27 to Friday, July 1 – This week-long camp helps your kiddo learn how to preserve the Earth through hands-on fun with recycled crafts, local flora, and a community garden. Participants ages 6 to 9 will also explore the rich ecologies of Asia through storytelling and outdoor adventures at Asia Society Texas Center. $350 per child. 9am to 3pm daily.
- Kidpendence Week at Children’s Museum Houston | Tuesday, June 28 to Saturday, July 2 – All week long, you can take part in a slate of activities that celebrates America’s birthday with a Captain America meet-and-greet, crafting your own functional patriotic art, games, and more. $15 for ages 1 and up. 10am to 6pm.
- Kids Chinese Take Out Class at Central Market | Wednesday, June 29 – For ages 7 to 9, this cooking class will teach kiddos how to create tasty lettuce wraps with a variety of options, fill and fold dumplings for soup, and discover the secret to the perfect fried rice. $55 per person. 10am.
- Science Madness: Buckets & Memory at the Woodlands Children’s Museum | Wednesday, June 29 – Bring the toddlers to exercise their muscle memory with this two-hour science workshop at The Woodlands Children’s Museum. $7.50 for ages 1 and up. 10am.
- Houston Symphony presents Summer Symphony Nights at Miller Outdoor Theatre | Friday, July 1 & Saturday, July 2 | FREE – The Symphony continues a tradition that dates back more than 80 years, showcasing local, national and international soloists and conductors with the first two nights of unique programming this month. 8:30pm.
- Centennial Saturdays at Houston Zoo | Saturday, July 2 – In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Zoo, this special Saturday program offers Centennial-themed keeper talks, zoo trivia, a live ice carving, and more at various areas across the Zoo. Prices vary. 9am to 3pm.
- Young Audiences of Houston at Levy Park | Saturday, July 2 | FREE – Join with YAH for a program that trains young students how to use traditional positions of fencing to choreograph a performance, involving partnering and teamwork. 1pm.
- Stars & Stripes Celebration at Heritage Place | Saturday, July 2 | FREE – Celebrate the 4th of July at Heritage Place in Conroe with kids activities, live music by Conroe Symphony Orchestra and more, plus a firework show after 9pm. 4pm.
- Star Spangled Salute at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Sunday, July 3 | FREE – Delight in patriotic music as the Houston Symphony presents its annual Star Spangled Salute in the Woodlands. Pre-concert activities kick off in the North and South Plazas and will feature free patriotic souvenirs, photo opportunities with characters, a special art project, a petting zoo and more. 6:30pm.
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