Eat lasagna, learn to line dance: 12 things to do in Spring and Klein throughout September, October

Houston restaurant Lasagna House will be celebrating its 79th anniversary on Sept. 27 with a community event. (Courtesy Matt Vernon)
Houston restaurant Lasagna House will be celebrating its 79th anniversary on Sept. 27 with a community event. (Courtesy Matt Vernon)

Houston restaurant Lasagna House will be celebrating its 79th anniversary on Sept. 27 with a community event. (Courtesy Matt Vernon)

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

Sept. 18: Travel the world

Learn about different countries and cultures without ever leaving home at a virtual children’s story time session. This monthly event is hosted on the third Saturday of each month via the Barbara Bush Branch Library Facebook page. September’s featured country will be Colombia. 2-3 p.m. Free. 832-927-7800. www.facebook.com/barbarabushlibrary

Sept. 21: Learn to line dance

Grab some dancing shoes for this line-dancing class hosted by instructor Diane Mayes. Beginner classes are offered weekly on Tuesdays, and registration is required. 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Free. Big Stone Lodge, 709 Riley Fuzzel Road, Spring. 281-350-1029. www.hcp4.net


Sept. 25: Picnic with Shakespeare

Enjoy the drama of Shakespeare’s play “Othello” performed live by Points North Theatre Co. while munching on food truck snacks and ice cream or a picnic from home. This Shakespeare in the Park event will also feature live music by The Woodlands Jazz Orchestra. 5:30-8:30 p.m. Free. Rob Fleming Park, 6055 Creekside Forest Drive, The Woodlands. 281-210-3800. www.thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov

Sept. 27: Eat lasagna

Celebrate the 79th anniversary of local Italian restaurant, Lasagna House III with $0.79 glasses of Chianti wine, live music, prizes and free samples of the eatery’s dishes. 5-9 p.m. Free. Lasagna House III, 217 FM 1960, Ste. D, Houston. 281-580-7797. www.lasagnahouse.com

Oct. 1-2, 8-9, 15-16: Solve a murder

Gather clues and catch a killer to solve a murder mystery at this live performance event. The theme will be a glamorous Hollywood award show. Dinner will be for sale at the restaurant. 7 p.m. $17 (adults); $14 (per person for groups of 20 or more); $15 (students, seniors, children age 5 and older); free (children age 4 and younger). Old West Melodrama at Puffabelly’s, 100 Main St., Spring. 713-364-9190. www.oldwestmelodrama.com

Oct. 1-31: Attend a medieval musical

Join King Arthur and his knights of the round table in their humorous hunt for the holy grail in a local rendition of the famed broadway musical “Monty Python’s Spamalot.” 3 p.m. (Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24 and 31); 7:30 p.m. (Oct. 1-2, 8-9, 15-16, 22-23 and 29-30). $34 (adults), $30 (seniors), $23 (students). Stageworks Theatre, 10760 Grant Road, Houston. 281-587-6100. www.stageworkshouston.org

Oct. 9: Rock out to Queen

Listen to tribute band Queen Legacy cover some of Queen’s most influential hits. Attendees can purchase from the venue’s regular menu of Italian entrees, sandwiches and flatbreads prior to the concert. Attendees must be age 18 or older. 8-10 p.m. $15 (general admission). Elm & Magnolia, 206 Magnolia St., Ste. B, Spring. 346-382-3014. www.elmnmagnolia.com

Oct. 12: Play golf for youth lacrosse

Compete at a local golf club to raise money for Klein Lacrosse Club, a nonprofit that organizes youth lacrosse teams across Spring, Klein and Tomball. A barbecue dinner will be offered, and dinner tickets are $10 per adult and $6 per child age 12 and younger. Player sign-in is at noon, and registration is required by Sept. 28. 1 p.m. $500 (team of four), $150 (one player). Gleannloch Pines Golf Club, 19393 Champion Forest Drive, Spring. 281-225-1200. www.kleinlacrosse.org

Outdoor Events

City Place Plaza


1250 Lake Plaza Drive, Spring

www.cityplacenow.com

September

18 Yoga on the plaza, 10 a.m. (every Saturday)

21 Summer trivia night, 7:30 p.m.

25 Houston Center for Photography: "Camera Basics” photography class, 10 a.m.

26 Live music: flamenco jazz artist Mark Towns, 5:30-8 p.m.
By Emily Lincke

Reporter, Spring/Klein & Lake Houston/Humble/Kingwood

Emily joined Community Impact Newspaper in August 2021 after working for a small town newspaper in El Campo, TX for two years. Before that, she interned and freelanced for the Houston Chronicle and worked as a freelance photographer and writer in the Houston area. A controversial fact about Emily is that she prefers sugar cookies over chocolate chip cookies. She graduated with a print journalism degree from the University of Houston in 2018.



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