Live music, dog meet and greet and more: 5 Katy area events to enjoy this Mother's Day weekend, May 11-13

Mother’s Day is Sunday, and it is time to take mom out for a good time. Luckily there are plenty of events in the Katy area for families to enjoy as they celebrate the holiday. Start out with live music Friday evening, then meet a new furry friend and have a crawfish dinner Saturday. Cap it off with a single mother’s luncheon on Sunday. Here are five things to do in the Katy area this weekend.


Friday

Listen to Alii Michele at The Cellar Door


Stop by the local vintner and restaurant to enjoy some live music. Alii Michele performs originals inspired by jazz, indie-soul, R&B and pop. 8-11 p.m. Free. 829 S. Mason Road, Ste. 280, Katy. www.thecellardoorwinebarkatytx.com





Catch the J. McCabe Band live at The Wildcatter


The music venue hosts the band for a return performance with favorite country and western tunes. McCabe’s inspirations are George Strait, Dwight Yoakam, Marty Stewart and Buck Owens among others. 9 p.m.-1 a.m. Free. 26913 I-10, Katy. 281-392-2337. www.facebook.com/jmccabeband





Saturday

Meet a new furry friend at Tacos A Go Go


Sauver Des Chiens, a nonprofit dedicated to saving the lives of East Texas dogs, will host this event at the local eatery. German Shepherds and other large dogs will be available for adoption. Animals available have received full veterinary care and are ready for adoption. Noon-6 p.m. Free. $250-$350 (adoption fees). 23701 Cinco Ranch Blvd., Ste. 140, Katy. https://sauverdeschiens.org





Fill up on crawfish at the Lifelong Learning Center Craws for a Cause Fundraiser


Tad’s of Katy hosts this event to raise money for the Lifelong Learning Center and their parent organization, Avant Residential and Community Services. The event will include a silent auction to help families get those last-minute gifts for Mother’s Day. The crawfish feed for adults comes with two pounds of crawfish and sides. The children’s plate includes chicken nuggets and fries. Drinks are sold separately. 5-9 p.m. $25 (adults). $10 (children). 1425 FM 1463, Katy. 281-665-1149. www.lifelong.store





Sunday

Celebrate single moms at Second Baptist Church


The church hosts single moms and their children for this event to make certain single mothers are appreciated. A playground and inflatables will be available for the children to enjoy while mothers relax and enjoy food and fellowship. 12:15-2 p.m. Free. 19449 I-10, Katy. 713-465-3408. www.facebook.com/events/102589433946208


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