Editor's note, the location of the May 26 block party in Hutto has changed to The Co-Op district at 420 Hwy. 79.

From a car show to a fun run to myriad live music events, there are plenty of things to do in May in Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto.

May 11: Check out some classic Cars

The second annual Craft and Cars event will take place in Pflugerville and feature dozens of classic and exotic cars. Attendees can also enjoy a craft beer from The Growler Bar & Kitchen.
  • 6-10 p.m.
  • Free
  • The Growler Bar & Kitchen, 1300 FM 685, Ste. 100, Pflugerville
  • 512-969-5043. www.txgrowlerbar.com
May 13: Run and eat at a donut 5K

The fifth annual Round Rock Donut Dash 5K will feature a midpoint stop for donuts, and there will be an afterparty with food, live music and activities. Participants must register online.
  • Race starts at 7 a.m.
  • $40 (age 11 and under), $50 (age 12 and over)
  • Prete Plaza, 221 E. Main St., Round Rock
  • www.roundrocktexas.gov
May 18: Have a live music lunch break

Austin-based jazz ensemble Jazz Daddies will perform a set in downtown Round Rock. Guests are invited to enjoy the group’s musical stylings, which include jazz standards, bebop, blues and funk tunes.
  • 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
  • Free
  • Downtown Round Rock parklet, East Main Street between Mays and Sheppard streets, Round Rock
  • www.roundrocktexas.gov
May 19: See an intimate show

The Pflugerville Parks and Recreation Department will host the first of its Small Stage Series in the downtown plaza next to City Hall. The family-friendly event features live music from various artists.May 20: Read to horses

Kids in kindergarten through second grade can improve their literacy by reading to miniature therapy horses. Space for the event is limited, and parents are encouraged to sign up their children 15 minutes before the event.May 20: Have margaritas at a food truck fest

The Margarita and Food Truck Fest will feature several food trucks from throughout Central Texas as well as a variety of margaritas, a full bar and bands playing all day.
  • Noon-7 p.m.
  • Free (children under age 12), $15-$60 (age 12 and over)
  • Round Rock Amp, 3701 N. I-35, Round Rock
  • www.roundrockamp.com
May 26: Attend a block party

The city of Hutto will host a family-friendly block party that will feature kids activities, food trucks, vendors and live music. There will also be a remembrance ceremony for Memorial Day.May 26 & 27: Rock out at a local music festival

Music legends Pat Green, Stoney LaRue, Randy Rogers Band and Jack Ingram will headline a two-day music festival in Round Rock called the Lone Star Jam. The Memorial Day weekend festival is a rain-or-shine event, and tickets are available in advance online or at the gate. A free water station will be available, and guests may bring water bottles or purchase a water bottle at the event.
  • Gates open at 12:05 p.m.
  • Tickets start at $126
  • Round Rock Amp, 3701 N. I-35, Round Rock
  • www.lonestarjam.net
May 28: Slay some dragons

Fantasy gamers age 18 and up are invited to the Dungeon Crawl Classics Role-Playing Game. The fantasy game retains retro fantasy elements of the ’70s but also has modern rules.May 28: Take in some live Brazilian music

Special guest Darrin Milling, principal trombonist for the Sao Paulo State Symphony in Brazil, will headline a performance in Round Rock with musical backing from several Austin-area classical musicians.