Looking for something to do in the Houston area this weekend? Check out this weekend's guide! This list is not comprehensive.

Kinsey African American Art & History Collection debut

More than 100 works of art, photographs and rare documents are coming to Holocaust Museum Houston when the Kinsey African American Art & History Collection exhibition opens Jan. 12. The exhibition, which runs through June 23, celebrates the achievements and contributions of Black Americans from 1595 to the present.
  • Jan. 12-June 23, exhibit open during museum hours
  • $22 (general museum admission), $16 (seniors age 65 and older)
  • 5401 Caroline St., Houston
  • www.hmh.org/kinsey
The Mysterious Circus

The Mysterious Circus is coming to Conroe during the first half of January. The circus production will include acrobatics, dance and stunts.
  • Jan. 12-14, 7:30 p.m.
  • $20 (general admission adult), $10 (general admission child), free (children age 2 and younger)
  • Montgomery County Fairgrounds, 9333 Airport Road, Conroe
  • www.mysteriouscircus.com
Porky’s Backyard car show

Visit Porky’s Backyard in Humble to participate in a car show hosted by The Car Culture. The show will feature a variety of classic and modern cars for enthusiasts to peruse. The event will also mark the grand opening of Porky’s Backyard—a food truck park and bar featuring a 40-tap full bar, outdoor games, a playground and more than a dozen food trucks.Anthony Pitt at Lone Pint Brewery

Attendees can enjoy live music from musician Anthony Pitt at Lone Pint Brewery. The food truck on-site will be This Birds Cooked.Beer and Pepper Pairing

Texas Leaguer Brewing Co. puts on this event comparable to appropriate wine and cheese pairings. Six Texas Leaguer brews are paired with chili pepper cream cheese spreads and a vessel to dip with. Those who purchase VIP tickets will receive their own whole peppers to pair with beer. The event will also feature prizes and giveaways.
  • Jan. 13, 5-6 p.m.
  • $25 (general admission), $50 (VIP)
  • 13503 Pike Road, Missouri City
  • www.txleaguer.com
The Resilience of the Jewish People

Chabad of Cypress and Northwest Houston will host an event featuring Holocaust survivor Michael Spiegel sharing his story.
  • Jan. 14; 7 p.m. (reception), 7:30 p.m. (program)
  • $25 (admission)
  • Center for Jewish Life, 14350 Cypress N. Houston Road, Cypress
  • www.chabadcypress.com/lecture