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

Blanket Bingo

Play rounds of bingo at La Centerra. Each ticket includes one bingo packet, and all proceeds will go towards Hope Impacts.Tomball German Festival

The annual Tomball German Festival will feature vendors, contests, live music and over 40 entertainers. The festival will provide street parking as well as a shuttle that will run from the east parking lot of HCA Houston Healthcare Tomball during festival hours on Saturday and Sunday.
  • March 22, 6-10 p.m.; March 23, 10 a.m.-10 p.m.; March 24, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • Free (admission and parking)
  • Downtown Tomball, 201 S. Elm St., Tomball
  • www.tomballgermanfest.org
EMCID'S Eggcellent Event and Mini-Market

During this annual egg hunt, there will be 80,000 eggs spread across the field at Don Ford Stadium, and local vendors showcasing their springtime products.
  • March 23, 9 a.m.-noon
  • Free (admission)
  • Don Ford Stadium, 22784 Hwy. 59, Porter
  • www.emctx.com
Montgomery Community Garage Sale

The city of Montgomery is holding a spring community garage sale. Anyone interested in participating can purchase a booth for $25; however, tables are not provided.Rise Up with Jesus

Northwoods Presbyterian Church is holding an Easter event featuring hands-on activities that allow families to experience and celebrate the resurrection.Spring Munchkin Market

Creativity Shell is holding a spring market where Houston students in grades K-12 will sell their own handmade goods. Students will have the unique chance to gain business, social and entrepreneurial skills as they interact with customers.Annual Houston Modern Home Tour

Houstonians are invited to explore six modern homes designed and built in Southside Place and Meyerland neighborhoods, among others. An information packet and map of homes are emailed 48 hours before the event, and participants can travel at their own pace. Architects and designers are on hand to discuss their work.Katy Home and Garden Show

Residents who are interested in the latest trends in home design; looking to renovate their kitchens, outdoor living spaces and baths; or shopping for new windows, doors or floors could find this and more at the 18th annual Home and Garden Show. Hosted at Katy ISD’s Agricultural Center, this year’s event features a sourdough and gut health workshop, a youth entrepreneur market and a barndominum design expo.
  • March 23, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; March 24, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
  • $9 (adults), free (12 years and younger)
  • 5801 Katy Hockley Cut Off Road, Katy
  • www.katyhomeandgardenshow.com
Cy-Fair Home and Outdoor Living Show

The 17th annual event features home improvement exhibitors. Attendees will also be able to shop for new and gently used building materials and fixtures in addition to perusing the Harris County Master Gardeners Plant Sale. Food trucks will also be on-site.
  • March 23, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; March 24, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Free (admission)
  • Berry Center, 8877 Barker Cypress Road, Cypress
  • www.texwoodshows.com
Bayou City Art Festival

The festival at Sam Houston Park is held to celebrate art experiences and promote the impact art has on the Houston community. It will feature a food truck park, a wine and craft beer garden, two entertainment stages, art installations, and an art bar. Expect an outdoor gallery with works from 250 artists.Spring Fling

Nonprofit Wag Again Rescue and Pearland Canine Resource Center and will host their third annual spring festival, celebrating with Easter bunny photo-ops, a children’s and adult’s Easter egg hunt, a vendor market, food trucks, music, and a silent auction.Cypress Music Fest at The Barn

The Cypress Music Fest at The Barn will feature live music, vendors, crawfish, barbecue, ax throwing, corn hole games, raffles and prizes.
  • March 23, 1-11 p.m.
  • $20 (advanced ticket), $28 (day of event)
  • 16416 Mueschke Road, Cypress
  • www.etix.com
Saturday Jazz Nights

Listen to live jazz from iconic Houston artist Kyle Turner under the historic oak trees at League Park after experiencing an interactive lecture from Todd Parker, host of “Analog Jazz” on KTSU-FM 90.9, at the park’s indoor lecture room. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own chairs or blankets to secure a spot under the stars.
  • March 23, 6-7 p.m. (lecture), 7:30-9 p.m. (concert)
  • $12 (lecture), concert is free
  • 144 Park Ave., Ste. 400, League City (lecture); 512 Second St., League City (concert)
  • www.leaguecity.com/jazz
Don Omar Back to Reggaeton Tour

Regarded by Billboard and Rolling Stone as a reggaeton legend, Don Omar stops in Sugar Land at the Smart Financial Centre for his Back to Reggaeton Tour. According to the venue’s website, Don Omar is widely recognized as one of the pioneers and leading figures in the reggaeton genre, a musical style that originated in Puerto Rico and incorporates elements of Latin, Caribbean and hip-hop music.The Pavilion Partners 24th annual Wine Dinner and Auction

The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion is holding an auction with wine provided by Flora Springs Napa Valley Estate, and dinner by Fleming's Steakhouse and Wine Bar. Proceeds from the event will benefit The Pavilion Partners Fine Arts Scholarship Program.
  • March 24, 5 p.m.
  • $300 (individual ticket)
  • The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, 2005 Lake Robbins Drive, The Woodlands
  • www.woodlandscenter.org