Editor's note: This article has been updated to include an additional event.

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

North Houston Skatepark Lone Star Nationals

The 2024 USA BMX Lone Star Nationals will include amateur and professional BMX riders at the 20-acre park with bowls, dirt jumps, pump tracks, a flatland freestyle area, walking trails and public art.
  • April 19-21, 9:30 a.m.
  • Free (admission)
  • Rockstar Energy Bike Park, 12257 Kuykendahl Road, Houston
  • www.northhouston.org
Earth Day celebration

LaCenterra will be having an Earth Day celebration including live music, a bath bomb craft activity and a series of lessons on lawn care. The first 150 guests to attend will receive a tree to plant.Chinese Folktales: Wit & Wisdom of the Ancestors

This performance at the Miller Outdoor Theatre will blend theater and dance to tell Chinese folktales to teach lessons on family, life and humanity. It features 40 dancers, 10 actors, film, music and elaborate costumes.2024 Great Texas Birding Classic

The Great Texas Birding Classic is an annual competition held across Texas to determine which team can identify and count the most birds during a specific window of time. Residents are invited to the bird-watching tournament.Run for a Cause

The North Harris County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority will host a charitable 5K race to support the American Cancer Society.
  • April 20, 9:30-11 a.m.
  • Free (admission), donations accepted
  • Deputy Darren Goforth Park, 9118 Wheat Cross Drive, Houston
  • www.northharrisdeltas.org
Puppies on the Plaza

POST Houston is collaborating with BARC Animal Shelter & Adoptions and Black Swan Yoga for Puppies on the Plaza. Guests will do yoga while surrounded by puppies. Afterward, attendees can shop local businesses and adopt dogs. Participants should bring their own mat and water bottle.Earth Day Festival

The Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land hosts this Earth Day event to explore eco-friendly initiatives and sustainable practices. The event features interactive education and play to discover the importance of biodiversity.
  • April 20, 10 a.m.
  • $5 (members), $15 (nonmember child), $18 (nonmember adult)
  • 13016 University Blvd., Sugar Land
  • https://my.hmns.org
Spring Fling Open House

Sneak a peek at Caldwell Companies cottage home at their open house. There will be live music, make-your-own bouquets and free ice cream. Those who want to attend should RSVP here.Kingwood Arts Festival

Attendees of the Kingwood Arts Festival will get to meet a wide array of artists from a variety of mediums while enjoying live artist demonstrations. The event will also feature a display of art from Humble ISD students, and the Lions Clubs International will host a Peace Poster Competition.Puranava

The sixth annual traditional Indian art and culture festival features a chariot fest with street performances; classical and folk art performances; Indian food; art exhibits; henna; cultural competitions, such as chess, quizzes, music and dance; as well as a kids zone with art and games.Walk for the Wild

The Houston Zoo hosts a 5K to support wildlife-saving programs. Registration includes a T-shirt, admission to the zoo for the day and access to an after-party event.
  • April 21, 7-10 a.m.
  • $60 (adults), $40 (children under 10)
  • 6200 Hermann Park Drive, Houston
  • www.houstonzoo.org
Blues, Brews & BBQ

The 2024 Blues, Brews & BBQ will benefit Houston Area Parkinson Society. There will be live music, beer and barbecue available.