Editor's note: The city of Tomball announced July 2 its fireworks show is canceled for Monday, July 4, due to dry conditions. However, the street festival is still planned to begin at 6 p.m., according to a release from the city.

July 1: Celebrate veterans

Hospice Plus will host a veterans Jeep event with food, drinks and music to celebrate local veterans. Jeep families are encouraged to bring their Jeep. 4-6 p.m. Free. Southern Knights Senior Living, 27919 Johnson Road, Tomball. 281-475-3994

July 1-3: Enjoy themed nights

Little Woodrow's of Tomball will host a Star Spangled Jammer with three separate themed nights during regular business hours. There will be DJs, drink specials, food trucks and more. The theme on July 1 with be "Honkey Tonk Stomp Night"; July 2 will be themed "Throwback to the '90s"; and the July 3 theme will be "Feelin' Beachy." Free (admission). Little Woodrow's, 11241 Timber Tech Ave., Tomball. 281-516-9993. www.littlewoodrows.com/watering-holes/tomball

July 3: Celebrate Independence Day

Paradigm Brewing will host a Brews and BBQ event for Independence Day with live music, axe throwing, snow cones, a photo booth, a barbecue and more. Noon. Free (admission). Paradigm Brewing, 2130 S. Persimmon Lane, Tomball. 346-336-6585. www.paradigmbrewingcompany.com

July 4: Celebrate the Fourth of July

The city of Magnolia will host its annual Fourth of July celebration with a bike parade, fireworks, food vendors and more. 5:30-10 p.m. Free (admission). Unity Park, 19450 Unity Park Drive, Magnolia. 281-356-2266. www.cityofmagnolia.com

July 4: Enjoy a festival and fireworks show

The city of Tomball will host its annual July Fourth celebration and Street Fest with live music, food, games, activities and fireworks at dusk. 6-10 p.m. Free (admission). Downtown Tomball. 281-290-1003. www.tomballtx.gov