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

Little Art Lovers

Nonprofit Roxy Wuz Here will host an exhibit at Gremillion on Sunset with multilayered, abstract paintings by Rickale West, light bites, cocktails and photo stations. The event will also feature an outreach station from nonprofit Kids Meals Inc., which addresses food insecurity among children in Harris County.Tie-Dye Soap

The Barbara Bush Branch Library is holding an event where attendees age 16 and older can create their own tie-dye marbled soap.
  • March 15, 4-5:30 p.m.
  • Free (admission)
  • 6817 Cypresswood Drive, Spring
  • www.hcpl.com
Disco At The Depot

The city of Tomball is hosting Disco At The Depot, which will turn the Depot Plaza into a silent disco. There will also be an LED dance floor, LED games, a live DJ and vendors.Greater Conroe Arts Alliance Festival

The Greater Conroe Arts Alliance Festival will feature a kids' art village, pottery making, live music, fine art vendors, food trucks, a Lego activity and a vendor market. The event will also include a film festival.2nd Annual Walk for Seniors & Wellness Fair

Those who sign up can participate in the untimed, 1-mile walk and then peruse the Wellness Fair. All proceeds will directly benefit Fort Bend Seniors Meals on Wheels.St. Patrick’s Parade and Celebration

Think green for this full day of events at Post Houston food hall, including a parade that starts at the venue. Attendees can expect Irish folk dance performances, an outdoor market, food and games for all ages.Soggy Doggy Swim Day

The event is designed for dog lovers to bring their dog to splash in the pond with crafts, trick competitions and a fetching game. All pets must be on a leash while not swimming and must be up to date on shots.
  • March 16, 10 a.m.-noon
  • $10 (per dog), $5 (each additional dog)
  • Creekwood Park and Pond, 3833 S. Panther Creek Drive, The Woodlands
  • www.thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov
ChalkFest 2024

The Show Me City hosts Missouri City and Greater Houston artists for a chalk festival at the Recreation & Tennis Center on Cypress Point Drive. Attendees can expect chalk art, live performers, street food and art-inspired activities for all ages.TaD’s All You Can Eat Crawfish Boil

The Louisiana-based eatery hosts the annual event just in time for crawfish season. The Katy location of the restaurant will host the all-you-can-eat crawfish boil in the third weekend of March this year, and guests can expect live music, cold beer, handcrafted cocktails and endless crawfish.Auto Swap

Traders Village is holding its annual auto swap meet with hundreds of swap meet dealers on hand with auto parts and accessories as well as classic and antique cars and trucks on display and for sale. There will also be deals on tires, wheels and grills.