Looking for something to do in June and July? Check out these nine events happening in Richardson.

Let's Go Lego

Adventurers ages 6 and 7 have the chance to take on a weekly Lego Challenge to broaden their imaginations. Registration is required and starts June 14.Tales for Tails

Children in grades K-4 can go to the Richardson Public Library to read and play with friendly canine companions. Kids get the opportunity to have 10-minute sessions with a dog.Family 4th Celebration

Head to Breckinridge Park for the annual July Fourth celebration. Families can bring picnics, blankets and lawn chairs to enjoy the evening. Activities include bounce houses, a zip line, music, concessions and a firework display.Chicago tribute

The Chicago Tribute Authority Texas is coming to The Eisemann Center. The show offers Chicago fans a chance to experience their classic songs.Comedy with Eddie B

Comedian Eddie B. will perform stand up at the Eisemann Center. Eddie B. gained national attention for his social media videos “What Teachers Really Want to Say.”'Piano Man-The Billy Joel Experience'

The Billy Star Experience, a tribute to Billy Joel starring pianist Tim Georgeff, will recreate Joel’s music and performances.'Sister Act: A Divine Musical Comedy'

The Repertory Company Theatre is putting on the audience favorite "Sister Act: A Divine Musical Comedy," which tells the story of a disco club singer in the late 1970s.Guitar music with Benise

American guitarist Benise will perform with a stage full of musicians and choreographed dancers in this show for people of all ages, cultures and musical backgrounds.Movie screening: 'Holes'

The Richardson Public Library is screening the film “Holes” as a part of this year’s Summer Reading Program. The film follows a brutal camp where a wrongly accused boy and other children are forced by the warden to dig mysterious holes all day. As suspicions grow about the true purpose behind their labor, their rehabilitation comes into question.