Old Town Spring’s Food and Drink Fest, a dog-diving competition: 13 things to do in Spring and Klein throughout June, July

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Here are a few events happening in the Spring and Klein area throughout June and July.

June 11-July 11

Create pottery

Potter’s Wheel Gift Gallery’s Camp Clay teaches children how to create their own pottery. Week-long camps run throughout the summer, and each camp has a different theme, ranging from llamas and unicorns to “I love Texas.” Times vary. $225 (per week). Potter’s Wheel, 106 Vintage Park Blvd., Houston. 281-537-8447. www.giftedpotter.com

June 11, 18, 24 and July 1

Get fit for free

Adults ages 16 and older can participate in a free fitness class held every Tuesday during the summer. The class consists of barre, high-intensity interval training and body weight training. Each class is a little different. 7:30 p.m. Free. The Moriah Davis School of the Arts, 100 Cypresswood Drive, Ste. 1440, Spring. 832-447-9532.
www.themoriahdavisschoolofthearts.com

June 14

Learn from women business leaders

Women on a Mission to Earn Commission-Spring hosts an educational coffee talk featuring Carolyn Gray, a personal development strategist with Zircon Consulting, who shares information on practicing proper business etiquette. 9 a.m. Free (admission), $15 (for breakfast option). Augusta Pines Golf Club, 18 Augusta Pines Drive, Spring. 281-290-1900. www.woamtec.com

June 15

Shop, wine and dine at local festival

Shoppers can enjoy discounts and samples of food and drink at Old Town Spring’s Food and Drink Fest. Participating shops include The Teacher Creature Store, Fun Gifts and Treasures, Ellen’s Cafe, Susy’s Stuff and Trilogy Brew.
11 a.m.-5 p.m. Free. Old Town Spring, 315 Gentry St., Ste. A1, Spring. 282-353-9310. www.oldtownspring.com

June 15

Support anti-human trafficking efforts

Attend a benefit concert to help fight human trafficking. The Christian concert, performed by Without Shelter, is for all ages and includes worship, hip-hop and rock music. Proceeds benefit Hands of Justice, a Christian-based anti-trafficking group. 4-8 p.m. $15. St. Timothy’s Anglican Church, 6819 Louetta Road, Spring. 281-255-4111. www.sttimothysanglican.org

June 18

Get a health screening

Life Line Screening offers a five-test package to check the risk of stroke, cardiovascular disease and other chronic conditions. Preregistration is required. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Screening packages start at $149; single tests start at $70. Hochziet Hall, 427 Gentry St., Spring. 844-591-7170. www.lifelinescreening.com/communitycircle

June 20

File for November elections

June 20 is the deadline to post notice of candidate filing for November elections. Spring, Klein and Cy-Fair ISDs will hold elections in early November for various board of trustees positions.

June 22

Bring children to Old Town Spring

Old Town Spring hosts Kidsfest, a family-friendly event that includes train rides, face painting and other activities. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Free. Old Town Spring, 315 Gentry St., Ste. A1, Spring. 282-353-9310. www.oldtownspring.com

June 22

Crack a cold one and watch bowhunting

Support Backcountry Hunters & Anglers by enjoying an archery shoot and watching bowhunting films on the big screen. Guests may bring their own beer. 4-9:30 p.m. $8-$50. The Bow Zone/Texas Archery, 5833 Treaschwig Road, Spring. 281-443-0066. www.thebowzone.com

June 23

Attend safety event

Klein Volunteer Fire Department hosts a community safety day featuring a dunk tank, spray prop, face painting, truck displays and an inflatable house. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Free. Klein High School, 16715 Stuebner Airline Road, Spring. 281-607-4660. www.kleinfire.org

June 30

Raise money for Houston Fire Department

Support Houston Fire Department personnel who were laid off after the implementation of Proposition B by attending a layoff relief benefit, which includes an auction, food and raffles. Should layoffs not occur, the event will proceed as planned, and donations will be given to a reputable charity. 1 p.m. Free. Big Texas Spring, 19959 Holzwarth Road, Spring. 281-353-8898. www.bigtexassaloon.com

July 4-7

Dog-diving competition

North American Diving Dogs hosts its Splash Paws Independence Day Splash, a four-day dock diving trail with 14 total distance splashes and four air retrieval splashes. Dogs must have a total of three jumps to qualify for the finals. Rosettes are awarded for the finals as well as new titles. 9 a.m. $20-$25. Animal Crackers Boarding and Grooming, 6741 Klein Cemetery Road, Spring. 281-379-3647. www.animalcrackersbg.com

Live theater

Playhouse 1960
6814 Gant Road, Houston
281-587-8243
www.playhouse1960.com

June 15-22
“A Catered Affair.” 8 p.m. (Fri.-Sat.), 3 p.m. (Sun.). $18-$21.

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Eva Vigh
Eva Vigh joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2018 as a reporter for Spring and Klein. Prior to this position, she covered upstream oil and gas news for a drilling contractors' association.
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