Meet local artists, train a ranch horse, attend a Super Bowl Sunday watch party: 7 things to do this weekend in Richmond, Feb. 2-4

There are plenty of events happening around the Richmond area this weekend, Feb. 2-4, including live performances and Super Bowl Sunday watch parties.

There are plenty of events happening around the Richmond area this weekend, Feb. 2-4, including live performances and Super Bowl Sunday watch parties.

Stay busy this weekend with these events happening around the Richmond area that include ranch horse training classes at George Ranch Historical Park and several local live performances. Do not forget to check out our roundup of Super Bowl deals and watch parties for Sunday’s game.



Have lunch at the Richmond Central Fire Station
Enjoy some traditional Mexican street food from the El Guajillo Authentic Mexican Cuisine Food Truck from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 2 at the Richmond Central Fire Station. The truck will be parked at the station as part of the city’s Food Truck Friday series.  200 Houston St., Richmond.






Meet the Artist at Gallery Baroness
Gallery Baroness will hold a Meet the Artist event 4-7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 3 for art lovers to meet artists featured at the gallery. Refreshments and cake will be served and guests may travel to the Unwine’d Wine & Cheese Lounge next door to the gallery throughout the reception. 832-490-8777. 310 Morton St., Richmond. www.gallerybaroness.com






Learn how to train a ranch horse
Learn how to train a ranch horse at the George Ranch Historical Park’s Saturday Spotlight event. Park guests can visit the 1930s George Ranch Cattle Complex and learn from real cowboys how to bond with a horse and various training techniques. 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Free (with general admission), $15 (adults,) $12 (seniors ages 65 and older,) $10 (children ages 4-12,) free for children 3 and under and for members of the Fort Bend History Association. 281-343-0218. 10215 FM 762, Richmond. www.georgeranch.org






Watch a live performance at any one of these local bars 
Originally from Katy, Texas, country musician Chris Boise will perform at the Lone Star Saloon 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 3. The country western saloon also offers food and games including steel tip dart boards, pool tables and shuffleboard. Ages 21 and older. $5 (cover). 281-238-0960. 102 S. 3rd St., Richmond. www.thelonestarsaloon.com 

The Dry Creek Social Club will host country artist Stephen Chadwick 8 p.m.-midnight Saturday, Feb. 3. Guests can enjoy Southern Cajun Cuisine from Harold's in The Heights Food Truck during the event. Ages 21 and older. 832-471-6668. 3333 FM 359, Richmond. www.drycreek359.com

70’s Americana cover band Line Shack Six will perform at Braman Winery and Brewery 7-10 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 3. Ages 21 and older. Free. 281-762-1375. 3421 FM 359, Richmond. www.bramanwine.com






Attend a Super Bowl Sunday watch party 
There are plenty of places to watch the Philadelphia Eagles play the New England Patriots Sunday, Feb. 4. Check out our roundup of bars and restaurants with drink and food specials here and plan out Super Bowl Sunday.




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