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

May 2-23: Register for cartoon drawing classes

Tamarron Clubhouse invites children ages 5-12 to register for a fun drawing experience. This class will be held each Tuesday and will include cartoon drawing and lunches. These drawing courses are a part of Young Rembrandts, an art program that aims to improve children’s academic skills, fine motor skills, social skills and hand-eye coordination. Young Rembrandts courses are available in Katy in Tamarron and Cinco Ranch communities.May 4: Join Waller County’s sesquicentennial celebration

The Katy Heritage Park is celebrating Waller County’s 150th anniversary with a community event. This event will have hot dogs, chips and bounce houses for community members to enjoy.
  • 6-8:30 p.m.
  • Free
  • Katy Heritage Park, 5990 George Bush Drive, Katy
  • 281-391-4800. www.cityofkaty.com
May 4: Join a ‘Star Wars’ celebration

Central Green Park hosts “Night of the Nerds May the 4th be with You.” Attendees can don their best “Star Wars” outfit and enjoy a lightsaber battle, comic book stands, trading cards, authors, vendor booths and a showing of “Star Wars.” The rain date is May 6.May 5: Celebrate Cinco de Mayo

Multiplicity Art Studio will be hosting a Cinco de Mayo party with visiting artist Ace McCasland. There will be Mexican festivities, snacks, drinks, and jewelry sold and made by McCasland. Anyone interested can RSVP.May 10: Attend a ribbon-cutting

Mayekawa invites community members to attend its ribbon-cutting in celebration of its grand opening. Mayekawa is a leading manufacturer of industrial compressors. It supplies high-quality, durable and manageable compressors to industrial refrigeration/freezing, heat pump, and oil and gas markets around the globe.
  • 8:30-10 a.m.
  • Free
  • Mayekawa, 29875 Medline Lane, Katy
  • 832-975-0975. www.mayekawa.com
May 13: Attend a community food fair

KCM and Parkway Fellowship will be distributing hundreds of pounds of free food and fresh produce to neighbors facing food insecurity. All community members are welcome to attend.May 13: Celebrate a museum’s anniversary

Johnny Nelson Katy Heritage Museum Dedication is celebrating its fifth-year anniversary with an event that includes a scavenger hunt.
  • 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • Free
  • Johnny Nelson Katy Heritage Museum, 6002 George Bush Drive, Katy
  • 281-574-8618. www.cityofkaty.com
May 19: Enjoy food trucks with live music

Cinco Ranch Food Truck is holding a community event with food trucks, vendors and music. This spring event is open to the public.