Check out what's happening in the Spring and Klein area this weekend.

Lovie's Pearls Golf Tournament & Social Mixer

Tee off in a charity golf tournament to benefit teen moms. Hosted by nonprofit Lovie’s Pearls—which aims to empower teen moms through education, edification and encouragement—the event will feature four-person teams for the golf tournament and a social mixer for anyone else who’d like to support the event.
  • Oct. 6, 1:30 p.m. (tee time), 5 p.m. (social mixer)
  • $40 (social mixer), $125 (per player)
  • Windrose Golf Club, 6235 Pinelakes Blvd., Spring
Ode to East Texas: Lee Jamison lecture and book signing

Join Lee Jamison for an artist lecture and book signing at The Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts. Jamison, an author and artist based out of Huntsville, will speak on the history of East Texas, his artistic influences and his desire to capture the culture of East Texas that has been overlooked. Advanced registration is required and can be completed by clicking here.
  • Oct. 7, 2 p.m.
  • Free (admission)
  • Pearl Fincher MFA, 6815 Cypresswood Drive, Spring
Live music at Fortress BeerWorks

Enjoy live music and craft beer at Fortress BeerWorks in Spring. The Oct. 7 concert will feature music from Ziggy Moonshine, which plays a combination of country, roots, folk and blues.The Gentlemen Trio at the Centrum

Watch a live a performance by GENTRI—short for The Gentlemen Trio—as they make the first stop of their Christmas tour at The Centrum in Spring. Headlined by Casey Elliott, Brad Robins and Bradley Quinn Lever, the trio will perform music their Christmas album “Season of Light.”