Dog walking, trampoline park shenanigans and live jazz: 4 things to do this weekend around Katy, Oct. 6-8

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Everyone needs a chance to get out, or maybe just a chance to get the children out of the house for a quiet night at home. Here are four local events in the Katy area that can help the kids burn off some energy or help the parents have a romantic night out with some jazz.

Friday and Saturday, Oct. 6-7

Bounce around with Altitude Trampoline Park
Friday Night Friendzy
Each Friday, the trampoline park hosts this event. Guests can jump around and enjoy a slice of pizza and bottled water for three hours of activity out of the weather. A variety of hit music plays and there are contests and giveaways. 7-10 p.m. $17.

Saturday Teen Night
Youths 12 years and older can burn off some energy with their friends on trampolines. 8-11 p.m.

$17 (for each event).  24952 Katy Ranch Road, Katy. 281-394-9227.www.altitudekaty.com

Sunday, Oct. 8
Walk with a friend
Head out Sunday to Special Pals Katy and walk a dog from the shelter. The dogs are adoptable and looking for friends, but even if you can’t take one home you can still play with a pooch and help them socialize. Free. 5-6 p.m. 3830 Greenhouse Road, Houston. 281-579-7387. http://specialpalsshelter.org/

Jazz at The Cellar Door
Stop by the winery and catch award winning trumpeter Preston Smith and jazz guitarist Chad Welling. The restaurant offers more than 200 wines to choose from and a fine dining menu to enjoy while you listen to the musicians perform. 7 p.m. Free. 829 S. Mason Road, Ste. 280, Katy. 281-599-3303. http://www.cellardoorkaty.com/

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R. Hans Miller

R. Hans Miller joined the Community Impact team in June 2017. He is a recent graduate of Texas State University's College of Journalism and Mass Communication, a U.S. Army veteran, husband and father. He is originally from Montana. He has written for VoiceBox Media and the San Marcos Daily Record, among others. He covers city government, emergency services, local business development and other topics for the Katy area.

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