9 events in Pearland, Friendswood in March, April

Paws in the Park
Paws in the Park (Courtesy city of Pearland)

Paws in the Park (Courtesy city of Pearland)

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Tinkergarten (Courtesy Tinkergarten)
Editor's note: These events were still planned as of press time March 6, but may change due to coronavirus concerns. Check the website or call before attending.

The Puranava Indian Culture Fest has been postponed to Sept. 26 due to coronavirus concerns. The venue and the program will remain the same.

Pearland and Friendswood offer multiple family-friendly events in March and April, as well as some pet friendly events. Read on to learn about local events happening soon.

March 20

Peace for Pearland Golf Tournament

The seventh Peace for Pearland Golf Tournament will be held at the Pearland Golf Club. The event will include a silent auction, raffle and art show as well as the tournament. Participants can sign up as solo competitors or as part of a team. All proceeds will benefit the Peace for Pearland nonprofit.

Noon-7 p.m. $135 (solo), $540 (team)

3123 Flower Field, Pearland



March 21

Paws in the Park

Bring the family to Paws in the Park for the Pet & Owner Fun Run, obstacle courses and pet adoptions.

9 a.m.-3 p.m. Free

3449 Pearland Parkway, Pearland


March 22


Tinkergarten will have a trial class, with activities made for teamwork.

4-4:50 p.m. Free

3449 Pearland Parkway, Pearland


March 24

How to Read the News

Pearland Westside Library will hold a lecture by Ernie Williamson, a former executive editor at the Houston Post and former assistant managing editor at the Houston Chronicle, on how to read the news. Learn tips on how to identify fair or biased reporting and how to find accurate and responsible popular news sources.

6:30 p.m. Free

2803 Business Center Drive, Ste. 101, Pearland


March 26

Mountain Biking basics class

REI mountain bike experts will hold a class for beginners looking to learn the basics. Topics covered will include what to look for when purchasing a bike, essential gear, basic maintenance and safety and responsibility on the trail.

6-7:30 p.m. Free

18750 Gulf Freeway, Friendswood


March 28

Spring Fair & Gardening Extravaganza

The Epiphany Lutheran Spring Fair & Gardening Extravaganza is an opportunity for shoppers to browse a home, gardening and handmade craft event curated by the Women of Epiphany. There will be a raffle, plant sale, barbecue lunch and bake sale at the event, and all proceeds will be donated.

9 a.m.– 4 p.m. Free

5515 W. Broadway St., Pearland


March 28

Spring Extravaganza Craft & Vendor Show

Enjoy a family- and pet-friendly market at the Spring Extravaganza Craft and Vendor show. The event will include food trucks, a petting zoo and free Easter bunny pictures from 2-4:40 p.m. Alcohol will be available for purchase.

11 a.m.–5 p.m. Free

4202 W. Walnut St., Pearland


March 31

Foundations of investing

Learn about the foundations of investing with Mark Bailey of Edward Jones. He will discuss the importance of developing a strategy, asset allocation, the influence of inflation on long-term goals and how to put it all together.

6:30 p.m. Free

Pearland Westside Library, 2803 Business Center Drive, Ste. 101, Pearland


April 4

New Hope Church Spring Market

The New Hope Church will hold a spring market in April that will benefit the Night to Shine event. Night to Shine is a special-needs prom sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation that the church holds every year.

10 a.m.-4 p.m. Free

108 W. Edgewood Drive, Friendswood



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