Looking for something to do in the Houston area this weekend? Check out this weekend's guide! Find more or submit events at communityimpact.com/event-calendar. Submitting details for consideration does not guarantee publication.

Aug. 18-Sept. 17: Check out a new health exhibit

Trillions of microbes make their homes inside human bodies, and a new exhibit aims to introduce guests to the complex world inside humans. Guests at the new interactive exhibit “Zoo in You” can learn about microbial companions, where they live and what ways scientists are discovering how important they are to personal health.
  • 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (Mon.-Sat.), noon-5 p.m. (Sun.)
  • $8 (children and seniors), $10 (general admission)
  • The Health Museum, 1515 Hermann Drive, Houston
  • 713-521-1515. www.thehealthmuseum.org
Aug. 18-20: Attend a mariachi festival

Performing Arts Houston is partnering with the Mariachi Festival to celebrate the fourth annual celebration of music. Mariachi musicians from across Texas will hit the stage, including the all-women Mariachi Mariposas, Mariachi 7 Leguas and the Mariachi Imperial de America.Aug. 18-19: See an all-lawyer theatrical performance

Night Court, an all-lawyer theater company, performs the group’s annual, original musical comedy. The show “The Law Files” will include themes and characters from “The X-Files,” “Stranger Things,” “Men In Black” and “She-Hulk: Attorney at Law,” and feature the greatest hits of the ‘80s and ‘90s. Proceeds go toward Houston nonprofits, including Houston Volunteer Lawyers. Read more about the event and the director here.
  • 7:30 p.m.
  • $45-$49
  • The Hobby Center for Performing Arts, 800 Bagby St., Houston
  • www.nightcourt.org
Aug. 18: Get your Zumba on in the plaza

This Zumba gathering is held at Sugar Land Town Square, located at 2711 Plaza Drive. Fitness lovers can join in the fun and embrace the rhythm as certified instructors lead energetic dance routines that blend various Latin and international music genres. People of all fitness levels are welcome to partake.Aug. 18: Enjoy a homeschool bowl

Time to Spare entertainment is hosting an open bowl for homeschoolers. Bowling will be limited to two hours per person. Kids menu options are cheese pizza, chicken tenders or hot dogs that are served with fries and a drink.
  • 10 a.m.-noon
  • $5 (kids menu), $8 (bowling)
  • Time to Spare Entertainment, 13027 Hwy. 105 E., Conroe
  • 936-445-2695. www.timetosparebowling.com
Aug. 18: Watch a movie outside

Watch “Finding Nemo” at this outdoor screening hosted by City Place.Aug. 19: Stop by the Vibe Artisan Markets

Texas-based Vibe Artisan Markets hosts a market featuring products from more than 120 local artists, creatives and makers. The event also features music by DJ Lifted, an art gallery with work from local artists and a professional photo booth. Guests can also enjoy complimentary cocktails and food from more than 15 restaurants.Aug. 19: Practice yoga on the lawn

First Colony Mall’s weekly event Yoga on The Lawn will offer a serene experience for residents and visitors alike. Taking place every Saturday through Dec. 30 and located at First Colony Mall, this event provides the perfect opportunity to unwind and connect with the mind, body and spirit. Led by experienced instructors, the yoga sessions cater to all levels, ensuring a welcoming and inclusive environment for beginners and experienced practitioners at no cost.Aug. 19: Catch the Counting Crows and 2000s-era favorites

Sugar Land music enthusiasts are in for a treat as the renowned rock band Counting Crows and emo rock outfit Dashboard Confessional are set to perform. The concert promises an evening of nostalgic hits from the 2000s era.Aug. 19: Party like it’s 1989

Don’t forget the mullets and leather jackets to travel back to the ‘80s and moonwalk across the dance floor. The venue will host Mr. Wonderful, a Houston-based cover band that plays anthemic new wave, synth-pop and emo jams.Aug. 19: Roller skating meetup

Join Daisies & Pancakes for a free, family-friendly roller skating meetup at the Orange Show World Headquarters. Grab your skates for a casual, fun evening with music and friends. The vision of Daisies & Pancakes is to cultivate childlike joy and creativity while empowering the community through curated roller skating experiences.Aug. 19: Hunt for local treasures

Attendees can support local artisans and small businesses at Discovery Green’s Flea by Night. Visitors can buy vintage, handmade and recycled goods while enjoying live music and food trucks at the open-air market. It is located on the Grace Event Lawn.Aug. 19-20: Browse a gun and knife show

The High Caliber Gun and Knife Show features guns, ammo and knives. Attendees under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Free (officers in uniform, children under age 12); $10 (general admission)
  • Lone Star Convention Center, 9055 Airport Road, Conroe
  • www.texasgunshows.com
Aug. 20: Enjoy brunch, live jazz

Guitarist Greg Petito will provide the jazz performance while guests dine on contemporary American dishes and brunch cocktails.
  • 11 a.m.
  • Free (admission); brunch purchase required
  • The Lancaster Hotel, 701 Texas Ave., Houston
  • www.dacamera.com