Sip rosé, dine out for a cause: 11 events, things to do in the Spring and Klein area throughout July, August

Harris County Precinct 4 will host an outdoor showing of Disney's animated film "Brave" at Collins and Pundt parks. (Courtesy Harris County Precinct 4)
Harris County Precinct 4 will host an outdoor showing of Disney's animated film "Brave" at Collins and Pundt parks. (Courtesy Harris County Precinct 4)

Harris County Precinct 4 will host an outdoor showing of Disney's animated film "Brave" at Collins and Pundt parks. (Courtesy Harris County Precinct 4)

Here are a few events and things to do in the Spring and Klein area throughout the months of July and August. This list is not comprehensive.

July 16-Aug. 1: Attend a musical

Catch a showing of “9 to 5, The Musical” based on the hit 1980s movie. The musical contains some mature subjects and language; and candy, snacks and soda are available at the concession •stand for $1 each. 8 p.m. (July 16-31), 3 p.m. (Aug. 1). $21 (adults), $18 (students, seniors and military). Playhouse 1960, 6814 Gant Road, Houston. 281-587-8243.

July 17: Sip rosé

Taste over 12 unique rosés, from sparkling to exotic wines. The wine room gives away a bottle of Methuselah of AIX rosé for those who buy a bottle or an extra glass of wine and sets up a photo booth area for wine drinkers to take pictures at. Rosé bottles are 15%-20% off for to-go purchases. Attendees with prepurchased tickets receive two free rosé tastings. Noon-9 p.m. $14 (four tastings), $20 (eight tastings), $25 (10 tastings). Envy Wine Room, 126 Midway St., Spring. 281-528-9868.

July 30: Visit the roaring 1920’s

Experience the roaring ‘20s at a one-night-only “Great Gatsby”-themed party. Enjoy European wines and tapas while dancing to period music played by a DJ, a trumpeter and a saxophonist. A portion of proceeds from the event benefit Free the Captives, a nonprofit that fights against human trafficking. Period dress is required. 9 p.m.-midnight. $60 (one ticket), •$95 (two tickets). Plane and Level, 203 Gentry St., Spring. 346-804-3058.

Aug. 1-Sept. 6: Dine out for a cause

Visit participating restaurants throughout the Greater Houston area for a monthlong annual fundraiser benefiting the Houston Food Bank. Participating restaurants, announced starting July 15, serve specially priced, multicourse prix fix menus including brunch, lunch and dinner, available for dine-in and takeout. $20-$49 per meal. Locations and times vary. 713-223-3700.

Aug. 6 & 9: Catch a flick

Bring blankets, chairs and snacks to enjoy an outdoor showing of Disney’s animated movie “Brave.” Free mini bow crafts with cotton swab arrows are provided. 8-10 p.m. Free. Collins Park, 6727 Cypresswood Drive, Spring

(Aug. 6); Pundt Park, 4129 Spring Creek Drive, Spring (Aug. 9). 713-274-4299.

Aug. 11, 18 & 23: Head back to school

Spring ISD students return to school Aug. 11, followed by Klein ISD students Aug. 18 and Cy-Fair ISD students Aug. 23. SISD students at Clark Primary School and Clark Elementary School return to school July 19. 281-891-6000. 832-249-4000. 281-897-4000.


Kickerillo-Mischer Preserve

20215 Chasewood Park Drive, Houston.



19 Art of the Preserve, 4-6 p.m.

21 Learn about different pollinators, 9-10:30 a.m.

31 Seed Swap Social, 8-10 a.m.

Dennis Johnston Park

709 Riley Fuzzel Rd, Spring



24 Ride with a Ranger, 8:30-10 a.m.

29 Learn to: Grow Pickles, 9-10 a.m.
By Brooke Ontiveros

North Houston Intern, Tomball/Magnolia & Conroe/Montgomery & Spring/Klein & Lake Houston/Humble/Kingwood

Brooke joined Community Impact Newspaper as an editorial intern for summer 2021. Brooke covers education, local government, business, real estate development and health. She goes to The University of Texas at Austin and has served as an editor and reporter for the University newspaper The Daily Texan.


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