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

Pearland Restaurant Weeks

Enjoy over 30 curated menus from Pearland’s finest restaurants. Participating restaurants include Boiling Dragon, Floyd’s Cajun Seafood, Mingo’s Latin Kitchen and more.A Turkey for Every Table

Katy Christian Ministries will be collecting donations for holiday turkey and ham for local families in need. The organization’s goal is to provide 1,200 turkeys and hams for the residents they serve, including veterans. They will also accept monetary donations and gift cards to Walmart, Kroger, H-E-B and other grocery stores.
  • Nov. 3-Dec. 11, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (Monday-Thursday)
  • Donations may vary
  • 3506 Porter Road, Katy
  • www.ktcm.org/turkey
Holiday Helpings

Montgomery County Food Bank is holding its annual holiday food and funds drive, Holiday Helpings, formerly known as Stock the Sleigh. Residents, businesses and organizations are encouraged to participate by scanning a QR code on their website that allows direct donations to the Food Bank. Anyone interested can view the tool kit online to register.Sienna Art Festival and Home Tour

Enjoy live music and fine art while sipping craft beer and wine at the annual Sienna Art Festival and Home Tour. Must be 21 or older to purchase alcoholic beverages.
  • Nov. 4, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • $10 (adults 18 and older); $5 (students); free (children 12 and under)
  • 1910 Regal Water Drive, Missouri City
  • www.siennatx.com/art-festival

Let’s Talk the Talk is hosting its annual Friendsgiving community gathering featuring a free luncheon. Attendees are asked to bring a holiday gift for the teens of Houston's House of Hope and The Bridge, two organizations that help provide at-risk teens with a safe environment. Anyone interested can access a holiday gift list online.Artisan market

Vibe Artisan Markets will host a fall market with 45 artisan vendors, craft beer, live music and food trucks.Harlem Renaissance Soiree

Renée Elise Goldsberry, Tony and Grammy award-winning singer and actress, joins forces with the The Twelve Days of Christmas Inc. Houston Chapter for the group's annual fundraiser. The event is held each year to help raise funds to provide programs that empower at-risk children and help reduce the effects of poverty in Houston. This year’s event comes with a 1920s theme and will celebrate the intellectual and cultural revival of African American music, dance, art, fashion and literature.Depot Day Fall Fest

To honor National Railroad month, the Tomball Depot Plaza will feature Lionel O-scale, Z-scale and G-scale model railroads as well as fall fair attractions. The festival's attractions include carnival games, a pumpkin patch, festival foods, craft vendors, a kids zone and fall-themed activities.
  • Nov. 4, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • Free (admission and parking)
  • Tomball Depot Plaza, 201 S. Elm St., Tomball
  • www.tomballtx.gov
Water Lantern Festival

The Water Lantern Festival returns to City Place with food trucks, live music, and an opportunity to design and send off an LED candle-lit lantern into the City Place’s main pond. Those interested in participating in the event can purchase tickets online, otherwise the event is free to watch.
  • Nov. 4, 3:30-7:30 p.m.
  • $26.98-$55.99
  • City Place Plaza, 1250 Lake Plaza Drive, Spring
  • www.cityplacenow.com
Corgi Race

Enjoy a day of Corgi racing at Kirby Ice House, along with food trucks and backyard games. Prizes will be awarded to the top four dogs.Vino Vinyasa at Hilton Americas Houston

Vino Vinyasa classes bring together yoga and wine at this event. The hour-long class will be topped off with a wine tasting.ERJCC Book & Art Festival

The Ann and Stephen Kaufman Jewish Book & Arts Festival delivers several opportunities for the community to learn about Jewish literature, culture and performing arts. This is the 51st iteration of the festival, and it spotlight various authors, artists, filmmakers and chefs. Interactive programming includes hands-on culinary classes and panels on book banning.Texas Custom Knife Show

The Texas Custom Knife Show includes former champions and contestants from the History Channel’s TV show “Forged in Fire” as well as a forged-in-fire competition, celebrity participant Doug Marcaida, vendors and music. Attendees also have the opportunity to forge their own souvenir knife.Paddles & Petals

The Dr. Marnie Rose Foundation will be launching their inaugural pickleball tournament for all skill levels. The goal is to foster a sense of community, have fun and continue to support brain cancer research and pediatric initiatives.