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.

Old Town Spring Ghost Walk

Learn about the haunted history of Old Town Spring on this guided walking tour, which begins at Trilogy Brew. While most events are geared for participants age 13 and older, some events permit children ages 6-12 to attend; however, they must be accompanied by an adult.The Thirteenth Floor

Geared for guests 13 years old and older, The Thirteenth Floor features several themed haunted houses, including Chop House, Legends of the Deep and All Hallows Eve. Additional on-site attractions include mini escape games and ax throwing.
  • Select dates between Sept. 22-Nov. 11, times vary by date
  • $19.99-$32.99
  • The Thirteenth Floor, 7075 FM 1960 W., Ste. 20, Houston
  • www.13thfloorhouston.com
Wags and Wagers casino night

Corridor Rescue, a dog shelter with the mission to aid Houston street dogs, is hosting its fourth annual Wags and Wagers casino night to help contribute to its mission. This event will have catered dinner, drinks, music, casino games and a raffle. Participants in the raffle are not required to be in attendance at the event. Event tickets must be purchased in advance.
  • Sept. 22, 7-11 p.m.
  • $5-$2,500
  • The Springs Magnolia, Pinehaven Venue, 33301 Old Hempstead Road, Magnolia
  • www.corridorrescue.org
'Matilda the Musical'

Class Act Theater is presenting “Matilda the Musical,” a musical based on the classic movie “Matilda,” a movie about a little girl with wit, intelligence and psychokinetic powers.
  • Sept. 22, 7:30 p.m.; Sept. 23, 2:30 and 7:30 p.m.; Sept. 24, 2:30 p.m.
  • $22-$32
  • Class Act Theater, 25275 Budde Road, Ste. 27, The Woodlands
  • www.classactproductions.org
Passport application

U.S. Rep. Wesley Hunt is hosting a passport application event at Lone Star College-Tomball Community Library. Appointments are required.Jewelry-making workshop

To celebrate its first anniversary, Beautiful Bliss is hosting a jewelry-making workshop at which attendees can make a pair of earrings and a necklace. Jewelry will be fully customizable, and refreshments will be provided. Space is limited to 12 people, so interested attendees are encouraged to reserve their spots early.'9 to 5 The Musical'

The Crighton Theatre hosts Stage Right of Texas' first performance of the season, "9 to 5 The Musical," with music by Dolly Parton and the show based on the hit movie.Cookoff festival

Patriots of Texas Fest is holding its third annual cookoff festival to benefit and support active-duty military, veterans and first responders. The festival will have a barbecue cookoff, live music and vendors. The music lineup includes Jon Wolfe, Jesse Raub Jr, Mae Estes, Jake Bush, Clay Hollis and Joel Shewmake.
  • Sept. 22-23, 5 p.m.
  • $10 (Sept. 22 admission ), $20 (Sept. 23 admission), $100 (VIP)
  • Unity Park, 19450 Unity Park Drive, Magnolia
  • www.texasstartickets.com
Autumn Acres Gift Market

Shoppers can get ready for the fall and Christmas seasons by selecting holiday gifts and decorations from local small-business vendors at this event.
  • Sept. 22-23, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • $5 (admission), free (age 12 and younger)
  • Gerald D. Young Facility-L.D. Robinson Pavilion, 5825 Katy Hockley Cut Off Road, Katy
  • www.homefortheholidaysgiftmarket.com
'Anything Goes'

The Players Theatre Co. presents the final weekend of performances for "Anything Goes."Movie night

The city of Montgomery will host a movie night in the park with a screening of “WALL-E.” Food vendors will be available.Annual pumpkin patch

Visiting Blessington Farms between September and November gets guests access to its annual pumpkin patch, where they can explore unique varieties of pumpkins and over 25 photo ops throughout the grounds. The pumpkin patch is an activity specific for fall, but there are more than 20 other activities included in admission—such as the chicken hut, goat yard, hay palace and rat races.The Woodlands Renaissance Faire

The Woodlands Renaissance Faire will have live musical performances by local artists and The Woodlands Symphony Orchestra players as well as children's arts and crafts, face painting, local vendors, strolling entertainment, Renaissance-themed youth activities, and an adult costume contest.Visit Magnolia Fall Fest

The Greater Magnolia Parkway Chamber of Commerce is hosting its Magnolia Fall Fest with over 70 vendors, face painters, pictures in the pumpkin patch and kids crafts.Montgomery County Funky Junque Market

Attendees can start holiday shopping at this local vendor market, which will include more than 125 vendors. Merchandise ranges from women's and children's clothing and home goods to gourmet food items, handmade jewelry and fashion trucks.Dive-in Movie

Creekwood Pool is hosting a movie night and will show the Disney movie “The Wild Life” on a big screen.Gold Stroll Sienna

The public is invited to stroll through Sienna to help raise awareness about childhood cancer. Proceeds from the event will benefit A Shelter for Cancer Families, a nonprofit that provides free tangible support—such as housing near the Texas Medical Center—to families affected by cancer. Every $125 raised pays for one night of housing—complete with personal kitchens, family gathering areas, and washers and dryers.
  • Sept. 23, 8:30-10:30 a.m.
  • $30 (adults), $15 (ages 4-18), free (children under age 4)
  • Sawmill Lake Club, 10323 Mount Logan, Missouri City
  • www.siennatx.com/gold-stroll

The Tomball Depot Plaza is hosting GroovFest, an award-winning festival that brings the community together with throwback music spanning the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s. The festival will also include a funky car show, throwback vendors, groovy food, hip kids activities and more.
  • Sept. 23, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • Free (parking and admission)
  • Tomball Depot Plaza, 201 S. Elm St., Tomball
  • www.tomballtx.gov

Get ready for a day of food, drinks and celebration at the Missouri City Oktoberfest. From live music to games, there's something for everyone to enjoy. This German festival will bring a Texas twist, featuring a variety of local breweries as well as international brew selections. German favorites, such as bratwurst, schnitzel and a variety of other Dutch food classics, will be served by vendors.Wine Knot 4.0

Calling all wine enthusiasts and cocktail aficionados. Attend a night of excitement and flavor at the community-anticipated Wine Knot tasting event. This community tasting event promises to transport you to a world of delightful sips and scrumptious bites.Run for Hope

The Love Fosters Hope event will consist of a 1-mile fun run, a timed 5K and 10K race with medals, and a virtual run. Proceeds benefit children and teens in foster care.Sugar Land's Fall Fest

Sugar Land Town Square will transform into a festive hub for the Fall Fest. This event promotes an array of fall-themed activities, including an artisans market, culinary delicacies and more. The main stage will feature live musical performances and dance acts, while the family fun zone will offer hands-on art and craft projects led by local businesses and community groups, according to the city website.Wiener dog races

Little Woodrow’s Tomball is hosting Dachtoberfest, an event that will feature wiener dog races, a stein-hoisting competition, prizes, Oktoberfest beers and live music.Meet an artist

Lone Star College-Tomball Community Library is hosting a meet and greet with artist Teri Clark. Attendees will be able to learn about Clark’s technique, inspiration and art experience while viewing her work.Gold Star Mothers & Family Day

The Spring Creek Area TX 18 Blue Star Mothers of America Inc. is hosting a sunrise service and ceremony to recognize and honor the parents and families of fallen military service members. Veterans, military members and the general public are welcome to attend.