Looking for something to do in May and June? Here are six events to check out.

Family improv meets pet movies

Head to the Core Theatre to have fun with pets from the big screen. This family-friendly show asks what would happen if Nemo ran into "Free Willy" or if Stitch met Babe the pig.First Wednesday Book Club

This presentation-style book club meets monthly to discuss the latest readings. The June meeting will cover Geraldine Brooks' historical fiction novel “Horse.”Drop-in Tech Help

The Drop-in Tech Help program is available every Thursday and open to anyone with a Richardson Public Library card. No registration is required, and card holders can walk in and spend five to 15 minutes with a librarian to receive quick tech help covering e-books/e-readers, basic computer navigation, basic app use, basic cellphone use and more.An Evening With Lee Asher

Animal Planet star Lee Asher will talk about his passion for rescuing animals and helping people, detailing how he gave up his day job and how he learned to use social media to inspire positivity and laughter.Writers Guild of Texas Critique Group

The Writers Guild of Texas will hold a critique group session at the Richardson Public Library to share their work with peers. Writers obtain valuable, constructive feedback and provide the same to others. While all writers are welcome, guild members receive priority.Summer wine tasting at Tricky Fish at CityLine

Tricky Fish is holding a Wine Tasting. Each attendee will receive four wines that will be paired with bites from the Tricky Fish menu.