Looking for something to do in the Houston area this weekend? Check out this weekend's guide!

Cirque Italia Water Circus

Katy Mills Mall hosts traveling entertainment group Cirque Italia for two weeks in January as the troupe performs under an “aquatic spectacular” theme. The show features a custom-designed water stage that can hold 35,000 gallons of water, while performers do aerial acts, hand balancing, body contortions and magic.‘The Theory of Relativity’

The Cypress Creek Theatre Company is presenting “The Theory of Relativity,” a musical by Neil Bartram and Brian Hill based on the musical about young adults and their experiences.'Cinderella'

The Klein Forest High School Theater Department will present the Broadway version of the musical “Cinderella.”
  • Jan. 19-20 and 25-27, 7-9 p.m.
  • $15 (adults), $10 (students)
  • Klein Forest High School, 11400 Misty Valley Drive, Spring
  • www.kleinisd.net
Worldwide Hunting Expo & Convention


The Houston Safari Club Foundation will host its 2024 Worldwide Hunting Expo & Convention, themed “The Road Less Traveled.” The convention will be a three-day gathering for outdoor enthusiasts from around the world. There will be hundreds of exhibits, a fundraising banquet, auctions, raffles and entertainment. The event proceeds will help fulfill HSCF’s mission of preserving the sport of hunting through education, conservation and the promotion of its hunting heritage. A schedule of events held at the expo is available online.
  • Jan. 19-21
  • $10 (day pass), $25 (weekend pass), free (children age 12 and under, active military with ID)
  • The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center, 1601 Lake Robbins Drive, The Woodlands
  • www.hscfdn.org
Houston Arboretum Arbor Day celebration

The annual celebration gives guests the chance to celebrate the important role trees play in the ecosystem while taking part in activities. The event will include crafts, apple cider samples, an educational session on how bees use trees to make honey, wildlife hikes and an appearance by Johnny Appleseed.Friendswood Arbor Day tree giveaway

Keep Friendswood Beautiful will sponsor a Jan. 20 tree giveaway for residents at Centennial Park, according to the city of Friendswood’s website. Friendswood residents can pick up free 7-gallon live oak, red oak, red maple and lacebark elm trees. Participants must bring a photo ID to confirm residency.Vegan BrewFest Houston

Vegan food, activities and a selection of brews crafted by Eureka Heights Brew Co. are the hallmarks of this year’s plant-based party hosted by Florida pop-up shop for vegan eats The Poppin Vegan.Let's Go Hiking
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Texas Master Naturalists will be leading a guided group hike at Lake Creek Preserve. Hikers can learn about the ecosystems of the area and the natural history of the forest. Hikes are about an hour long, and an easy walk on level ground and boardwalks.Bridal Extravaganza Show

The Bridal Extravaganza Show returns to Houston. This bridal expo helps attendees plan the perfect wedding while meeting Houston-based wedding vendors.
  • Jan. 20, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; Jan. 21, noon-4 p.m.
  • $5-$54
  • George R. Brown Convention Center, 1001 Avenida De Las Americas, Houston
  • www.bridalextravaganza.com
Texas Academy of Dance Arts Beyond Boundaries

The Texas Academy of Dance Arts is hosting a dance showcase titled Beyond Boundaries, which will showcase dancers from TADA’s pre-pro, ballet and competitive companies. Attendees can expect a variety of dances, including self-choreographed solos.