Looking for something to do in the Lake Houston area in the next few months? Check out this month's guide!

April 28: Learn to line dance

The Humble ISD Education Foundation’s annual Boots & Bling event will include a night of country dancing, ax throwing, bull riding and corn hole, among other activities. Proceeds from the event will benefit HISD classroom projects, and this year’s HISD Teacher of the Year will be announced during the event.
  • 6:30 p.m.
  • $100 (per HISD employee), $125 (per non-HISD employee).
  • Stampede Houston, 11925 Eastex Freeway, Houston.
  • 281-641-8140
  • www.humbleisdfoundation.org
April 29: Attend a fashion show

Creativity Shell will host its eighth annual gala/fashion show, the proceeds from which will benefit the Creativity Shell Youth Mental Health campaign that provides arts education programs for positive youth mental health. During the event—dubbed “Creativity Rocks: Saturday Night at the Dinosaur Stomp”—students as young as 5 years old will model their own creations on stage.April 29: Play poker

Attendees of The Village Centers’ first Wild West Poker Tournament will enjoy casino games as well as live entertainment, raffles, hors d’oeuvres, a cash bar and a liquor pull. Proceeds from the event will benefit The Village Centers, a local nonprofit which aims to improve the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • 6-10 p.m
  • $75 (casino games/general admission), $125 (standard poker entry), $250 (high-roller poker entry)
  • The Clubs of Kingwood, 1700 Lake Kingwood Trail, Kingwood.
  • 281-358-6172
  • www.villagelac.org/events/poker
May 1: Support seatbelt safety

Spend a day at the golf course, while supporting Spring-based nonprofit Kailee Mills Foundation at the fourth annual Drive to Save Lives charity golf tournament. The event will span two courses and include breakfast and lunch, a complimentary bloody mary bar, silent and live auctions, and raffles.May 4: Golf for good

The Rotary Club of Lake Houston Area will host its annual Cinco De Mayo Golf Tournament, the proceeds from which will benefit a variety of local nonprofit organizations. Registration includes breakfast, lunch and golf carts, and trophies will be awarded for first, second and third place. The event will also include a hole-in-one contest, putting contest and a raffle.
  • 7 a.m. (registration begins), 8 a.m. (shotgun start)
  • $125 (single player), $500 (team of four)
  • Tour 18, 3102 FM 1960 E., Humble
  • 832-689-6145
  • www.tinyurl.com/lharotarygolf
May 5: Race go karts

The Greater East Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce will host its annual Grand Prix presented by Randall Reed Planet Ford. The networking and team-building event will begin with registration and lunch catered by Texas Roadhouse, followed by a mandatory safety briefing, racing, an awards ceremony and after party.
  • 11 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
  • $150 (individual racer), $750 (team of five)
  • Speedsportz Racing Park, 23050 Speed St., New Caney
  • 281-354-0051
  • www.gemcchamber.com
May 9: Play tennis for a cause

The Society of St. Stephen invites female tennis players to participate in its 15th annual ladies’ doubles tournament. Proceeds from the event benefit the nonprofit’s annual back to school drive, which provides school supplies and shoes for local children in need.