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

Aug. 26: Enjoy brews and live music

More than 40 vendors, food trucks and music acts will merge at the Brew & Groove event at one of Katy’s centrally located breweries. The event, which will be hosted at The Dryer, will feature beer tastings from local breweries, live performances from local bands, food and a fun atmosphere for spending the day with friends.Sept. 2: Celebrate Venezuelan Culture

International musicians and celebrities will be featured at the Viva Venezuela Fest to end the summer, including multi-Grammy award-winner Jose Alberto El Canario, Beet Acosta and Reggi El Autentico. Food vendors will be on-site.Sept. 2: Pick fresh local produce

If looking for food products grown or produced within a 200-mile radius of Fulshear, look no further than this farmers market Sept. 2. The available array includes seasonal vegetables, fruit, fresh seafood, artisan breads and various cuts of meat.Sept. 3: Tour a Historic Home

The Katy Heritage Society invites visitors and residents to tour homes that have been standing for over 100 years. These homes have period-appropriate decor to transport tourists back to a time of former grandeur. The nonprofit group’s mission is to further the cultural development of the community by preserving and restoring the city’s historical landmarks and natural beauty.Sept. 9: Try holistic wellness

At this holistic wellness workshop, attendees will learn four pillars for restoring health and could win a 30-minute reflexology session. Reflexology, or zone therapy, is an alternative medical practice that applies pressure to certain points on the feet, ears and hands with the intention to relieve pain.Sept. 10: Go to a car show

The bimonthly Car Culture Show returns to the Alamo Theater parking lot, where car enthusiasts can explore exotic and muscle cars while listening to music from DJs spinning live. The Car Culture group started these shows in Sugar Land and grew to include the Shifted shows in Katy as well as shows in Pearland and West Avenue in Houston.Sept. 14: Join a gardening club

Beginner and expert community members with green thumbs will gather to share tips, see presentations, swap seeds and socialize with other gardeners at this monthly meetup. The Katy Garden Club also takes occasional field trips for its members.Sept. 16: Learn safety preparedness

The Katy Area Safety Fest, hosted by local emergency response agencies that serve the Greater Katy area, will hold an event Sept. 16. This family-focused festival connects community members with the men and women who work in these agencies, and teaches kids about their equipment and activities. The goal is to encourage safety preparedness and provide education and resources.Sept. 23-24: Fall into Autumn

Support small businesses at this Fall Harvest market, where customers can find apple cider, pumpkin spice lattes, fall fashions and decor from local vendors. This event will feature vendor giveaways, a grand prize raffle drawing, face painting and hayrides to usher in the new season.Sept. 30: Attend KTX Oktoberfest

This German festival with a Texas twist will feature keg tapping, bier stein hosting, a bratwurst eating competition and keg rolling races, among other activities. The best dressed could be crowned Mr. and Ms. Oktoberfest.