Goat Yoga, Oktoberfest: 4 things to do in Pearland, Friendswood this weekend, Oct. 6-8

The German-Texan Heritage Society will host Okotberfest Saturday.

The German-Texan Heritage Society will host Okotberfest Saturday.

Enjoy the weekend with these events happening in Pearland and Friendswood this weekend, Oct. 6-8:


King’s Oktoberfest
Oct. 6-8
King’s Biergarten & Restaurant will host an Oktoberfest celebration with German music, beer and food. Visitors can also compete in the Bavarian Strongman Competition and enter to win an all-inclusive trip for two to Oktoberfest 2018 in Munich, Germany. 5 p.m.-midnight (Friday), noon-midnight (Saturday), noon-9 p.m. (Sunday). $12 (daily), $20 (three-day pass), $99 (VIP Friday, Saturday), $60 (VIP Sunday). King’s Biergarten & Restaurant, 1329 E. Broadway, Pearland. 281-979-4140. www.kingsoktoberfest.com





Pearland Art & Crafts on the Pavilion
Oct.7-8
A juried art show will be presented by the Pearland Convention & Visitors Bureau in Town Center this weekend. Shop for art and handmade crafts while enjoying food and live music. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Free admission. Pearland Town Center, 11200 Broadway, Pearland. 281-997-5970. www.visitpearland.com





Pet Blessing
Oct. 7
Get your pets blessed, and meet adoptable dogs during this event hosted by DREAM Dachshund Rescue, Education and Adoption Mission. 10-11 a.m. Free admission. Good Shepherd Friendswood, 1207 Winding Way Drive, Friendswood. www.dreamdachs.org





Goat Yoga
Oct. 7


Bring your own mat and experience a yoga class accompanied by 20 goats. Water will be supplied. 6 p.m. $37.92. Goat Yoga Houston, 3366 FM 528, Friendswood. 713-578-0068. www.goatyogahouston.com


By Beth Marshall
Born and raised in Montgomery County, Beth Marshall graduated from The University of Texas at San Antonio in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in communication and a minor in business. Originally hired as a reporter for The Woodlands edition in 2016, she became editor of the Sugar Land/Missouri City edition in October 2017.


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