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

‘Into the Woods’

Owen Theatre is presenting “Into the Woods” about the invasion of multiple fairytale characters, including Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella and the Baker.'Madame Butterfly'

The Houston Grand Opera gives two performances of the work by Giocomo Puccini, directed by Michael Grandage. The show will be sung in Italian with a projection of English subtitles.Bands and Badges Concert

The Woodlands Township invites the community to celebrate and honor public safety personnel while enjoying live music.Bazaar Food and Wine

Enjoy an immersive celebration of Houston’s diverse culture and culinary scene. The event will feature a lineup of 40 Houston chefs and will feature food, drinks, dance, music, fashion and design.Texas Carnivorous Plant Show

This educational carnivorous plant event will feature nonprofit groups and presentations throughout the day as well as judging with ribbons and prizes.
  • May 18, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
  • Free (admission)
  • Track Shack, 25811 W. Hardy Road, Spring
  • www.petflytrap.com
Scuderia Exotic Car Show

Market Street is holding an exotic car show featuring a collection of European and American classic cars.Howey's Water Safety Festival

Family-owned swim school Houston Swim Club will host this first annual water safety and drowning prevention event at Pearland Town Center ahead of summer. It will feature water safety demonstrations, CPR and rescue lessons as well as music, games, arts and crafts, and giveaways.Kohrville Community Outdoor Festival

The Kohrville Community Association will host an outdoor festival to fundraise for a community center planned for 16817 Hufsmith-Kohrville Road, Houston. The event will feature food trucks; water activities for children; a car, truck and motorcycle show; raffles; face painting; games and a DJ. All proceeds will benefit the Kohrville Community Center. To enter your vehicle in the show, call Carnell at 281-797-1777; for nonfood vendor booth inquiries, call Romona at 832-515-2300; and for general questions, call Joanne at 281-450-1946.Bigass Crawfish Bash

This 10th annual food festival will feature all-you-can-eat crawfish, plus other food and drink vendors, live zydeco music, carnival rides for kids, and local merchandise vendors. It’s hosted by a Texas nonprofit that works with local charities that benefit veterans, children and people with disabilities. This year, they will donate proceeds to organizations such as Camp Hope, Texas Special Olympics and local education foundations.Shrimp and Spice

Sugar Land Rotary Club presents this family-friendly fundraising event at Constellation Field that features a Food Truck Alley, live music, vendors, and live and silent auctions. Parking is free, and VIP tickets come with seating, a catered shrimp meal and full event access.Sacred Heart Catholic Church Spring Festival

The Sacred Heart Catholic Church is holding a spring festival with famous Hispanic and Filipino street food, live music performances, kids games, arts and crafts booths, refreshments, and raffle prizes.
  • May 19, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Free (admission)
  • 109 N. Frazier St., Conroe
  • www.shconroe.org