Looking for things to do locally this month? Check out our monthly to-do list below:

June 3: Be transported to Italy

The Houston Choral Society will perform “Italy Bon Voyage” as part of its celebration of 35 years of performing for the Houston area. 7:30 p.m. Free (donations accepted). Tallowood Baptist Church Chapel, 555 Tallowood Road, Houston. 713-468-8241. www.houstonchoral.org

June 3: Decorate a bento cake

AR Workshop in Cypress will host special instructor Courtney Nguyen from The Flower Petal Bakery for a bento cake decorating event. After decorating the bento cake, attendees can create an entertainment piece, such as a wooden pedestal. 6-9 p.m. $63-$112.50. AR Workshop Cypress, 16718 House & Hahl Road Ste. C1, Cypress. 832-653-7277. www.arworkshop.com

June 4: Compete in a hot wing eating contest

Gumbo Jeaux’s is hosting a hot wing eating contest featuring sauces from the Bravado Spice Co. Prizes include cash and tickets for ax throwing, beer tasting and paintball. 5 p.m. $10. Gumbo Jeaux’s, 14185 Hwy. 290, Houston. 832-538-0481. www.gumbojeauxs.com

June 5-July 31: Join a community choir

Community members ages 12 and older are invited to participate in TheMET Church’s Summer Sing event. The community choir will rehearse throughout June and July and perform July 30-31. Child care will not be provided. 1:30-3:30 p.m. (Sunday rehearsals). Free. TheMET Church, 13000 Jones Road, Houston. www.themet.church

June 4- Aug. 27: Decrease the learning deficit

Best in Class Education Centers is combating COVID-19-related learning loss by partnering with the Aerospace, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Texas A&M University to offer students a STEM-based summer camp. $499. Best in Class Education Center, 7955 Barker Cypress Road, Ste. 1100, Cypress. 832-409-1031. www.bestinclass.com/locations/copperfield

June 6-7, 20-21: Raise up an amateur golfer

Longwood Golf Course is offering summer golf camps for children ages 5-14. Camp sessions will cover short games, full swings, rules and etiquette. 8-11 a.m. $150. Longwood Golf Club, 13300 Longwood Trace, Cypress. 281-213-2400. www.longwoodgc.com

June 7-10, 21-24: Register for junior golf camp

Jersey Meadow Golf Club has junior golf camps starting in June to teach 6- to 12-year-olds the basics of golf. Attendees will gain on-course experience from instructors and round out their time with a skills competition. 8:30-10:30 a.m. $150 per child. 8502 Rio Grande St., Jersey Village. 713-896-0900. www.jerseymeadow.com

June 6-17: Attend a ‘Monumental’ Vacation Bible School

The Foundry Church will put on “Monumental,” a vacation Bible school program for local children to learn Bible stories, at both campuses in the Cy-Fair area. Young adult members can also volunteer to assist in leading the weeklong event. 9 a.m.-noon. $25. The Foundry Church, 8350 Jones Road, Houston (June 6-10); 10203 Fry Road, Cypress (June 13-17). 713-937-9388. www.foundrychurch.org

June 13-17: Learn about law enforcement

The Cy-Fair ISD Police Department will hold its first session of the junior police academy in June, teaching children ages 9-11 various skills and methods employed by members of the force. The mission of the weeklong sessions is to encourage positive relationships between police and the young people they serve. Registration can be completed online, and a second session will follow in July. 7:30 a.m.-3 p.m. $100. Aragon Middle School, 16823 West Road, Houston. 281-856-5100. www.cfisd.net/jpa

June 20: Sit down with Cypress-Tomball Democrats

The Cypress-Tomball Democrats will hold its monthly meeting at Rudy’s Grill and Cantina. Judge Jason Cox of Harris County Probate Court No. 3 will be speaking at the first in-person meeting since the onset of the pandemic. 6:30 p.m. Free. Rudy’s Grill and Cantina, 11790 Grant Road, Cypress. www.cytomdemocrats.org

June 26: Attend an LGBTQ wedding show

Enchanted Cypress Ballroom is hosting “The Colorful Experience,” an LGBTQ-themed wedding show with a mock full-scale ceremony and reception decor. The event will feature a selection of caterers, photographers, videographers, photo booths, cake designers and sweets tables, entertainment, choreographers, special effects, event planners, hairstylists and makeup artists. 1-5 p.m. Free. Enchanted Cypress Ballroom, 12603 Louetta Road, Cypress. 281-826-0505. www.enchantedcypress.com


The Barn at Frio
, 16410 Mueschke Road, Cypress. 281-256-3746. www.friogrill.com

June 3: Brian Sacco

June 4: The Spicoli’s - 80s summer kickoff

June 11: Brandon Januhowski

June 17: Nightbird - Fleetwood Mac and Stevie Nicks tribute

June 18: Creed Fisher

June 24: The Damn Quails with Landon Bullard

June 25: Texas Legacy

The Burger Ranch, 16702 House & Hahl Road, Cypress. 832-881-9080. www.theburgerranch.com

June 3: Crystal Marie Amornia

June 5: Polecat Rodeo

June 10: Adam Whitehead

June 11: Mike Gilbert

June 17: Tyler Hodgson

Creekwood Grill, 12710 Telge Road, Cypress. 281-746-6352. www.creekwoodgrill.com

June 3: Danville Train

June 10: Randy Hulsey

June 11: Brett Axelson

June 12: Second Sunday featuring John Ebdon

June 17: Kendale Walker

June 24: Nate Gordon

June 18: James Roosa

June 24: Tone Salinas

June 25: Orion Burroughs

Lambeau’s Sports Bar and Grill, 13131 Louetta Road, Cypress. 346-336-6151. www.lambeaus.com

June 7: Matt Sebastian

June 14: Marcus Breidenthal

June 21: Tyler Hodgson

June 28: Juba Normand

Season's Harvest Cafe, 17303 Shaw Road, Cypress. www.seasonsharvest.farm

June 3: Chloe Geil

June 10: Guy Ben Murphy

June 17: Chris Lively

June 24: Guy Ben Murphy

2920 RoadHouse, 21835 FM 2920, Hockley. 281-909-4199. http://2920roadhouse.com

June 3: Mark Wills

June 4: Giovannie & The Hired Guns

June 24: Dion Pride

June 25: Cody Canada & The Departed