Take a free squat clinic, attend Spring ISD graduation: 4 things to do in Spring and Klein this weekend, Aug. 10-11

Spring ISD students will graduate from high school this weekend, and family and friends are invited.

Spring ISD students will graduate from high school this weekend, and family and friends are invited.

Check out four events taking place in Spring and Klein this weekend.

1. Attend Spring ISD graduation, Aug. 10
About 80 Spring ISD students are expected to graduate during the district’s 2019 summer graduation ceremony. Family and friends are invited to attend the event. 9 a.m. Free. Star Theater at Dekaney High School, 22351 Imperial Valley Drive, Houston. 281-891-6000. www.springisd.org

2. Check out School of Rock's open house, Aug. 10
School of Rock is hosting its open house for the community, which includes walk-in tours and trial lessons. A grand opening is tentatively scheduled for September. 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. Free. School of Rock, 21117 N. Freeway, Ste. 600, Spring. 713-553-7615. www.SpringSchoolofRock.com

3. Leave your kid in a candy store, Aug. 10
Parents can enjoy a date night while their children are supervised. The Sweetporium hosts a night of karaoke, crafts and pizza for children ages 6-10. 6-9 p.m. $27-$30. The Sweetporium, 3930 Louetta Road, Ste. C, Spring. 832-764-0396. www.thesweetporium.com

4. Improve your squat in free clinic, Aug. 11
Woodlands Strength and Conditioning hosts a free squat clinic open to members and nonmembers. Participants will learn the breakdown of the squat and the best positioning for their build and mechanics. Athletes of any level and experience are invited. 1 p.m. Free. Woodlands Strength and Conditioning, 22820 I-45 N., Ste. 4N, Spring. 281-881-6538. www.woodlandsstrength.com



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