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

Party at the Pavilion

Patrons for Bellaire Parks and the city of Bellaire host a Party at the Pavilion event featuring live music from Bad Sneakers, a Steely Dan tribute band. Guests are encouraged to bring food and drinks, and officials with the Bellaire location of Lankford's will be serving hamburgers and hot dogs on site.
  • April 5, 7 p.m.
  • Free (admission)
  • Bellaire Town Square, 7008 S. Rice Ave., Bellaire
  • www.bellairetx.gov
Good Vibes golf tournament

The Cy-Fair Professional Firefighters Association is holding a golf fundraiser at Houston National Golf Club to commemorate their fallen firefighter Hugo Guevara.Holi Extravaganza & 5K Color Run

Greater Businesses of Pearland will host a 9 a.m. 5K color run and a cultural celebration for Holi, the festival of colors to announce the arrival of the spring season. The third annual event will be filled with cultural performances, shopping, international food, multiple vendors, interactive dancing, music and activities for kids. The color run will support victims of human trafficking through donations to organizations The Landing and Mady’s Movement.
  • April 6, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • $7 (entry), $25 (color run participation)
  • 11200 Broadway St., Pearland
  • www.gbpearland.org
Katy Sip n Stroll

The year marks the 27th edition of this event that benefits nonprofit health care organizations Christ Clinic and The Ballard House. The event features 300 wine, beer and spirit offerings as well as more than 35 food-tasting stations. Entertainment includes live music, a silent auction and services from Le Chloe Med Spa.
  • April 6; 6-9 p.m. (general admission), 5 p.m. (VIP entry)
  • $75 (general admission), $110 (VIP)
  • 21402 Merchants Way, Katy
  • www.sipandstroll.com
Friends of Texas Wildlife Open House

Friends of Texas Wildlife is hosting its third annual open house to offer the public an opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes look at what wildlife rehabilitators do. The event will include live animals, such as hawks, owls and opossums, and several organizations will be joining to provide their knowledge on wildlife.
  • April 6, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • $5 (admission)
  • 29816 Dobbin Huffsmith Road, Magnolia
  • www.ftwl.org
Bluebonnet Bash Spring Festival

The Autumn Creek Elementary Parent Teacher Organization is holding its third annual Bluebonnet Bash Spring Festival. The family-friendly event will feature food, carnival games, balloon artists, face painting and inflatables. Sponsorship opportunities are available.Toast & Taste in Wonderland

All Ears Listening and Language Center, an organization that focuses on helping children with hearing loss learn spoken language and literacy skills, is holding an event to celebrate its 10th anniversary. The event will honor the organization’s founders, supporters, families and team members who have contributed to changing the lives of 500 babies and children with hearing loss.
  • April 6, 6:30-11 p.m.
  • $250 (individual ticket)
  • The Butler House, 23931 Gosling Road, Spring
  • www.allearscenter.org
Boardwalk Fantasea Tejano Dinner

Attendees of this evening cruise around Clear Lake and Galveston Bay will board a yacht at Kemah Boardwalk and enjoy a live DJ playing Tejano music; a buffet dinner with Cajun stuffed chicken, sirloin steak and corn cobbettes with a garlic butter sauce; and access to two full bars.Kite Festival In Hermann Park

The Hermann Park Conservancy’s Kite Festival will feature a day of kite-flying, live music, a DJ, interactive games and activities, and face painting. The event will be located at Miller Hill and the Jones Reflection Pool within Hermann Park.
  • April 7, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • Free (admission)
  • Hermann Park, 6000 Hermann Park Drive, Houston
  • www.hermannpark.org
Tour De Houston

The 17th annual bike ride raises funds that benefit the city of Houston’s reforestation program, RE-Plant Houston. Cyclists of all skill levels are invited to participate, and options are available for a 20-mile route, 40-mile route and 60-mile route. Riders will enjoy a post-ride party with music, food and beverages.