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One event happening this weekend in Katy is Food Truck Fridays on Oct. 15. (Photo courtesy Canva)
One event happening this weekend in Katy is Food Truck Fridays on Oct. 15. (Photo courtesy Canva)

One event happening this weekend in Katy is Food Truck Fridays on Oct. 15. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Here are five events happening soon in the Katy area featuring food trucks, an outdoor market, a carnival and more.

Oct. 14: Fireflies and Foodtrucks

Fireflies and Foodtrucks, Katy ISD’s annual end-of-summer event, presents a fundraiser for the year’s Inspiring Imagination grants. The event features live entertainment and a variety of Houston-area food trucks providing free food. 6-9 p.m. $60. No Label Brewing Co., 5351 First St., Katy. 281-396-6031. www.katyisdeducationfoundation.org/pages/firefliesfoodtrucks.aspx15

Oct. 15: Food Truck Friday

Cinco Ranch will host a variety of food trucks on the third Friday of the month. 5-9 p.m. Free. The Cinco Ranch Lakehouse, 25202 Springwood Lake Drive, Katy. 281-394-7195. www.mycincoranch.com/info.php?pnum=8


Oct. 16: Katy Market Day

Katy Market Day is an outdoor market held every third Saturday of the month from March to November. The monthly market features more than 75 local vendors. The market also includes food trucks and live music.

10 a.m.-4 p.m. Free (admission). Located at 5717 Ave. B and 2nd St., Katy. www.katymarketday.com

Oct. 16: Vintage Carnival

The Katy Heritage Society is holding a throwback to the classic carnival games. This carnival will feature vintage games, food and festivities. 4-7 p.m. $20 (early bird ticket package, available online). 5990 George Bush Drive, Katy. www.katyheritagesociety.com/event-details/vintage-carnival

Oct. 16: Taps & Turbos

The second annual Taps & Turbos event will raise proceeds for scholarships in honor of Tyler Homann. The family-friendly event will feature a variety of cars, trucks and motorcycles as well as food trucks, a raffle, a silent auction and live music. 12:30 p.m. Free (entry), $25 (to register a vehicle). No Label Brewing Co., 5351 First St., Katy. 281-693-7545. www.tapsandturboscars.eventbrite.com


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