3 Sugar Land and Missouri City events to attend this weekend, Oct. 8-9

One event to attend this weekend is the Sip and Shop event. (Courtesy Canva)
One event to attend this weekend is the Sip and Shop event. (Courtesy Canva)

One event to attend this weekend is the Sip and Shop event. (Courtesy Canva)

In need of weekend plans? Check out these events happening in Sugar Land and Missouri City this weekend.

Oct. 8: Kids Day Out

The Missouri City Community Center is hosting an event for children ages 6-12 while they are out of school. The event includes games, crafts, lunch and a movie. Registration is required. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. $25 per child. Missouri City Community Center, 1522 Texas Parkway, Missouri City. 281-403-8635. missouricitytx.gov/946/Youth-Family-Programs

Oct. 8: Bands For Good Ft. Moodafaruka Duo + Oksana Flamenco Show

The band will play a mixture of Flamenco, Middle Eastern, Spanish and Western Motif during this performance by Bands For Good Ft. Moodafaruka Duo + Oksana Flamenco Show. Also, for Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Asians Against Domestic Abuse will honor those who have lost their lives, celebrate survivors, and connect with those working to end domestic violence at the event. 7:30-9:30 p.m. 15958 City Walk, Sugar Land.


Oct. 9: Sip and Shop

Painted Tree Boutiques is hosting a sip and shop event to support small businesses with a selection of fall and holiday items.

The Painted Tree has over 100 vendors in its shop. 10 a.m.-8 p.m. 15555 Southwest Freeway, Sugar Land.


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