Looking for something to do in Katy? Check out this month's guide!

May 26: Stargaze in the glades

Starting at sundown May 26, come watch the stars at Memorial Park. Astronomers will show viewers constellations, planets and other visible celestial bodies. Guests are encouraged to bring telescopes, binoculars and blankets.May 31: Enjoy a bourbon-based dinner and dessert

Brett’s BBQ and Garrison Brothers Distillery will collaborate on a chef-paired dinner where each course is accompanied by a bourbon-based cocktail. The main course is a bourbon, barbecue-glazed double-cut pork chop with bourbon applesauce, a baby lamb chop and asparagus.June 1: Connect with professionals

The Katy Area Chamber of Commerce will have a casual, lightly structured networking event for businesses and professionals. Each attendee will give a 30-second presentation on their profession and receive additional resources from the chamber to educate members on different ways to support each other’s businesses.June 3-4: See a horse show

The Great Southwest Equestrian Center will soon host a classic horse show. Four competition rings will run simultaneously. Breeds shown include American saddlebreds, American quarter horses, Arabians, miniature horses and Paso Finos.
  • Begins 8 a.m.
  • Free
  • Great Southwest Equestrian Center, 2501 S. Mason Road, Ste. 100, Katy
  • 281-578-7669. www.ghhja.org
June 9: Watch a movie at the park

At Katy Summer Nights, families can see a movie at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Park. Participants are asked to bring chairs and blankets, and there will be food and drinks available for purchase. No glass, alcohol or pets are allowed, and all minors must be accompanied by an adult.June 11: Attend a music festival

Texas Best Music Fest is returning to Katy, with acts such as Deborah Duncan, Hayden Baker, and Bill and Kim Nash. Proceeds benefit Champions Kid Camp, which nurtures children who have survived a traumatic injury, illness or personal loss—such as the loss of a parent or sibling.
  • 2-2:30 p.m.
  • $20
  • Mo’s Place, 21940 Kingsland Blvd., Katy
  • 832-449-3743. www.texasbmf.com
June 12-16: Cook up cartoon cravings

In an ode to classic cartoons, Cook N Grow will have a five-day Cartoon Cravings camp for kids ages 5 to 11. Participants will make pizza based on the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” as well as the “Krabby Patties” that Spongebob Squarepants serves.June 15: Hear some jazz

Aunt Bill’s Soul Food Cafe invited trombonist Bruce Melville and his jazz quartet for a night of live music. Guests can enjoy one of Aunt Bill’s comfort food entrees—including chicken wings, smothered pork chops and oxtails—or take part in founder and chef Kevin Muc’s special for the evening. Admission is free, and guests can bring their own bottle of wine if preferred.June 18: Race go karts with dad

Those looking to spend time with dad on Father’s Day might make the trip to Speedy’s Fast Track, an entertainment center that features go-karts, laser tag and arcade games. The center is offering a free ride, laser tag or mini golf promotion exclusively for Father’s Day.June 24: Participate in a food fair

Katy Christian Ministries will combat food insecurity with a community food fair. The nonprofit organization has goals to distribute hundreds of pounds of free food and fresh produce to Katy-area residents, and all community members are encouraged to attend.
  • 9:30-11:30  a.m.
  • Free
  • Powerhouse Christian Church, 1818 Katyland Drive, Katy
  • 281-391-9623. www.ktcm.org