Event Roundup: What to Look Forward to This Weekend
Happy Friday! Here are a few ideas of what to do this weekend.
Amazing Houston Comic Con
Amazing Houston Comic Con takes places at the George R. Brown Convention Center this weekend. The three-day event will include stars from the pop entertainment and comic book fields, a huge exhibitors hall, video game arena, people in costume and more. See the details.
Charmed by Charity
Head to Magpies on Sept. 10 for Charmed by Charity, in which 15 percent of total sales goes toward Evelyn's Park Conservancy. Enjoy shopping plus the PUC food truck. See more details.
Find Your Sunshine Benefit Concert
Students from The Emery/Weiner School, Lamar High School and Bellaire High School have worked together to plan the second annual Find Your Sunshine Benefit Concert. The concert, which takes place this Sat. evening, is in memory of Joan Triestman, who passed away from Ovarian Cancer. Proceeds will go to ovarian cancer research. See more details.
Kids’ Book Festival
Friends of the Houston Public Library is hosting its Kids' Book Festival on Saturday and Sunday at The Health Museum. The festival will include more than 30,000 books to choose from, plus family-friendly activities such as a Balloon Artist and Face Painter, writing activities and a raffle, a Storybook Costume Contest, storytelling and more. See more details.
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Beyond the Pines
This family-friendly music festival in The Woodlands on Saturday will feature Aaron Watson, Reckless Kelly, Shooter Jennings, Lukas Nelson, Uncle Lucius, James Otto, Parker McCollum, Flatland Cavalry, and many more. The event will give back to military, PTSD, suicide awareness and animal rescue charities. See more details.
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