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

Oct. 16: Check out cars for a cause

The Mustang Club of Houston will host a Fall Open Car Show, during which attendees can enjoy food trucks and live entertainment. Proceeds will benefit Still Creek Ranch and Citizens for Animal Protection. 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. $25-$30. Planet Ford Spring, 20403 I-45 N., Spring. 832-276-2800.

Oct. 19: Play board games

Attendees can sharpen their gaming skills during a virtual game night hosted by the Barbara Bush Branch Library. Children can play classics such as Uno and new games such as KingDomino and Sushi Go! during this virtual event geared for children age 12 and older. 6:30 p.m. Free. 832-927-7800.

Oct. 22: Groove to gospel

Listen to a variety of Southern Christian gospel songs performed live by the Fabulous Blackwood Quartet, a family of singers who are touring at churches all over the U.S. 7-9 p.m. Free. Asbury Hall, Lakewood United Methodist Church, 11330 Louetta Road, Houston. 281-370-2273.

Oct. 23: Learn about natural dyes

Take some time to color cloth using plants that can be found in a backyard at this informational event hosted by Harris County Precinct 4. A demonstration will be given on how natural dyes can be used to stain different types of clothing. The event is geared for participants age 16 and older, and registration closes 48 hours prior to the event. 9-10 a.m. Free. Dennis Johnston Park, 709 Riley Fuzzel Road, Spring. 281-353-8100.

Oct. 26: Walk like an Egyptian

Join in an ancient Egyptian fashion show, enjoy Pharaoh face painting and make hieroglyph crafts in celebration of “Egyptian Day" at Paideia Classical School. This event is open to the community and aims to help students learn more about ancient Egyptian history. 2:45-3:45 p.m. Free. Paideia Classical School, 20010 Kuykendahl Road, Spring. 936-672-0231.

Nov. 5: Enjoy live music

Break out the lawn chairs for this outdoor concert featuring Beach Boys tribute band Endless Summer Experience. The band will play two sets, the first featuring Motown-style jams from the ‘60s and ‘70s, and the second featuring the Beach Boys’ greatest hits. Wine and food will be available for purchase. 7-10 p.m. $30-$50. Wild Stallion Vineyards, 5969 W. Rayford Road, Spring. 281-803-9463.

Nov. 8: Golf for good

Grab a partner and golf clubs for the 25th annual Founders Cup Golf Tournament hosted by the Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce. This fundraiser benefits the chamber and offers golfers the chance to compete for various awards. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. $150 (one player), $500 (four players). Northgate Country Club, 17110 Northgate Forest Drive, Houston. 281-440-4160.

Nov. 12: Thank a veteran

Honor local first responders and military members at the Annual Military & First Responder Appreciation Luncheon hosted by the Spring/Klein Chamber of Commerce. Food options in previous years have included pizza and sandwiches. The event is free for first responders and veterans or active military members, but chamber officials ask attendees to register for the event in advance. 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Free (first responders, veterans and active military members); $25 (general attendees). The Church at Creek’s End, 20010 Kuykendahl Road, Spring. 281-257-9559.

Nov. 12-13: Shop for Christmas gifts

Travel back to Victorian times for this indoor and outdoor Christmas market, which will feature booths selling crafts, antiques and food as well as entertainment with “a Victorian flair,” according to host Cypress Creek Community Chorale’s website. The 18th annual Dickens on Cypress Creek market is also hosted by Cypress Creek Christian Church and Community Center, and proceeds will benefit the two organizations. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Free. 6823 Cypresswood Drive, Spring. 281-376-7113.