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

April 21-June 3: Explore AAPI stories at the library

The Houston Public Library is showcasing an exhibit that documents the history, lives and contributions of the Asian American and Pacific Islander community in Greater Houston. The “Our Vibrant AAPI Community” exhibit offers a panoramic view of Asian immigrants and their descendants.
  • 10 a.m.-4 p.m. (Tue.-Sat.)
  • Free
  • Julia Ideson Building Gallery, 550 McKinney St., Houston
  • 832-393-1313. www.houstonlibrary.org
April 21-22: Attend an Upcycle Event

The Upcycle Event is an opportunity for the community to give their old mattresses a second chance by recycling or upcycling them for free. There is a two-mattress maximum, and there will be a $20 charge for each additional mattress. The Furniture Bank is also accepting donations of gently used furniture to be given to families in need. The event will also include a storewide 50% off sale of select items for those who stop by Friday and Saturday.April 21-23, 27-30: See 'Pippin'

The Lone Star College-University Park Drama Department presents “Pippin”, a Tony Award-winning musical based on the book by Roger O. Hirson with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. Karley Morris will play Pippin, with Sara Tatar taking on the role of the Leading Player, who serves as the narrator and guide on Pippin’s journey to find happiness and purpose.April 22-23: Attend a professional women’s golf championship

The Chevron Championship is holding its annual professional women’s golf event in The Woodlands for the first time at The Club at Carlton Woods. The Ladies Professional Golf Association tour is one of the five major championships of professional women’s golf. Tickets for those age 17 and under are free.
  • 7 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • $20 (daily grounds ticket), $575 (weekend pass)
  • The Club at Carlton Woods, 1 Carlton Woods Drive, The Woodlands
  • 281-863-5800. www.thechevronchampionship.com
April 21: Grab a fish fry dinner

The Tomball Rotary Club will host its annual fish fry fundraiser. Each fish dinner includes hush puppies. The event will also feature a live band, and silent and 50-50 auctions. Tickets can be purchased at Worthley’s Appliance or online.
  • 4-8 p.m.
  • $15 (dinner for one adult or two children under age 12)
  • Juergens Park, 1331 Ulrich Road, Tomball
  • www.tomballrotaryclub.com
April 21: Attend a blues festival

An evening dedicated to music by blues artists will take place at NRG Arena during the 15th annual H-Town Blues Festival. Artists include Tucka, Calvin Richardson, Pokey Bear and Roi Anthony, among others.
  • 8 p.m.
  • $59-$125
  • NRG Arena, 1 NRG Parkway, Houston
  • 832-667-1400. www.nrgpark.com
​​April 22: Support athletes in the Ironman Texas triathlon

The Woodlands Township is the location for the Ironman Texas Americas Championship, where spectators can watch athletes participate in various triathlon activities. Athletes will participate in a 2.4-mile point-to-point swim, a 112-mile bicycle ride on closed toll roads and a 26.2-mile run.April 22: Celebrate Earth Day

LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch is gearing up to host an Earth Day Celebration in partnership with Central Green Park. Guests at the event will have the opportunity to learn about water conservation, take home tree saplings and plants, participate in a yoga class, and more.
  • Free
  • 1-4 p.m.
  • LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch, 23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd., Katy
  • 281-395-5533. www.lacenterra.com
April 22: Support the American Cancer Society

Join Relay For Life of Northwest Harris County at a community walk supporting the American Cancer Society. This year’s movie-themed event will feature music, food, a silent auction, children’s activities and a craft show.April 22: Attend Katy Taste Fest

Katy Taste Fest is celebrating its fifth anniversary. This is a way for Katy-area foodies to come together and sample delicious bites while supporting local nonprofit organizations focusing on the environment, food security and vulnerable children. Taste the diversity of Katy’s dining community with over 20 of Katy’s restaurants with unlimited bites while sipping on wine, beer and spirit samples.​​April 22: See corgis race; raise funds for an animal shelter

Kirby Ice House in partnership with Tito’s Vodka and Karbach Brewing Co. will host its corgi racing event, benefiting the Houston BARC Foundation, which helps support pets at the city of Houston’s animal shelter.April 22: Earth Day celebration

Join the Living Legacy Center to celebrate Earth Day. There will be storytime, kids crafts, gardening tips and a farmers market.April 22: Participate in a fun run

Attendees can participate in a 5K or 1-mile fun run during the Tomball ISD Superintendent’s Fun Run with awards given out for the top three runners in each classification. The event will also include a festival featuring student performances, a kids’ zone, and a health and wellness fair. Attendees do not have to race to attend the festival.
  • 8-11:30 a.m.
  • Free (festival), $20 (1-mile), $30 (5K)
  • Tomball Event Center, 20235 Cypress Rosehill Road, Tomball
  • www.tomballisd.net/funrun
April 23: Hear live music at Jazzy Sundays

Through a grant from the Kinder Foundation, three city parks are hosting a weekly free jazz series called Jazzy Sundays. For April, this series will be hosted at Discovery Green, and each concert will feature a different lineup of jazz musicians.April 23: Enjoy yoga, coffee

Wild Spirit Yoga will host a 45-minute vinyasa yoga class followed by a coffee tasting at Copan Coffee Roasters. Guests can try four different coffee origins and take their favorite coffee home.