Editor's note: Missouri City's Chalk Fest was rescheduled from March 16-17 to May 11-12 due to inclement weather, city officials said.

From food festivals in Missouri City to reggaeton concerts and science exhibits in Sugar Land, here are five things to do in Sugar Land and Missouri City in March.

Missouri City Soul Food Festival

Over 30 food vendors from across Texas will visit the Missouri City Community Center for this food fest. Available cuisine will include pork chops, oxtails, candied yams, greens, fried chicken, fish, barbecue and even vegan options. Small-business vendors selling clothing; accessories; and bath, body and health products will also be on site. Live music, dance performances and a raffle for $250 are also features of the food festival.Water's Extreme Journey

Transform into a raindrop and enter a watershed, an area of land where water drains and collects into a shared reservoir, at the Houston Museum of Natural Science in Sugar Land. Visitors to this exhibit will navigate through a maze by making choices, solving puzzles, riding the zip slide, and getting filtered through rivers, lakes and homes back to the ocean.
  • March 10, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
  • $15 (children), $18 (adults), $5 (members)
  • 13016 University Blvd., Sugar Land
  • www.sugarland.hmns.org
ChalkFest returns to Missouri City for the third year, highlighting Greater Houston artists. (Courtesy City of Missouri City)
ChalkFest 2024

The Show Me City hosts Missouri City and Greater Houston artists for a chalk festival at the Recreation & Tennis Center on Cypress Point Drive. Attendees can expect chalk art, live performers, street food and art-inspired activities for all ages.Bunny Paint & Play

Play Street Museum in Sugar Land will host an Easter-themed playtime session for children. Attendees can expect activities and to paint a bunny or Easter egg pottery piece. Pottery will be ready to pick up in a week.Don Omar Back to Reggaeton Tour

Regarded by Billboard and Rolling Stone as a reggaeton legend, Don Omar stops in Sugar Land at the Smart Financial Centre for his Back to Reggaeton Tour. According to the venue’s website, Omar is widely recognized as one of the pioneers and leading figures in the reggaeton genre, a musical style that originated in Puerto Rico and incorporates elements of Latin, Caribbean and hip-hop music.