Editor's note: The date of the St. Matthias Catholic Church bazaar has been changed to May 6-7.

April 8: Take part in an egg hunt

During Tomball Methodist Church’s Easter Shell-ebration event, infants through grade 6 and children with disabilities can participate in an egg hunt. Attendees can also enjoy games, face painting, Easter Bunny pictures, bounce houses and food.
  • 9:30 a.m.-noon (activities), times vary by age for egg hunts.
  • Free.
  • Tomball Methodist Church, 1603 Baker Drive, Tomball.
  • 281-351-1249. www.tomballmethodist.org/events
April 8: Visit an art show

The Ardest Gallery will host an exhibition titled “Upcycled” with works incorporating upcycled, recycled or found materials in celebration of Earth Day. Attendees can expect to see art from additional local artists on top of the 20 artists whose work the gallery regularly houses.April 15: Walk through a craft fair

Caring Corner is hosting a craft fair that will feature a variety of vendors selling handmade wares such as soaps, candles and monogrammed items. Attendees will also be able to purchase snacks and baked goods.April 15: Attend a spring fling

Magnolia Apostolic Tabernacle is hosting its annual Spring Fling event with a car show, vendors, food, live auction and games for children. Attendees can expect classic and modern vehicles in the car show.April 15: Learn about Friends of Texas Wildlife

At an open house, attendees can tour the nonprofit’s intake center, walk through the eagle flight enclosure and meet the organization’s education ambassadors, which are live nonreleasable animals.
  • 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • $5, free (age 3 and younger).
  • 29816 Dobbin Hufsmith Road, Magnolia.
  • 281-259-0039. www.ftwl.org
April 21: Grab a fish fry

The Tomball Rotary Club will host its annual fish fry fundraiser. Each fish dinner includes hush puppies. The event will also feature a live band and silent and 50-50 auctions. Tickets can be purchased at Worthley’s Appliance or online.
  • $15 (dinner for one adult or two children under age 12).
  • 4-8 p.m. Juergens Park, 1331 Ulrich Road, Tomball.
  • www.tomballrotaryclub.com
April 22: Participate in a fun run

Attendees can participate in a 5K or 1-mile fun run during the Tomball ISD Superintendent’s Fun Run with awards given out for the top three runners in each classification. The event will also include a festival featuring student performances, a kids’ zone, and a health and wellness fair. Attendees do not have to race to attend the festival.
  • Free (festival), $20 (1-mile), $30 (5K).
  • 8-11:30 a.m.
  • Tomball Event Center, 20235 Cypress Rosehill Road, Tomball.
  • www.tomballisd.net/funrun
April 23: Enjoy yoga, coffee

Wild Spirit Yoga will host a 45-minute vinyasa yoga class followed by a coffee tasting at Copan Coffee Roasters. Guests can try four different coffee origins and take their favorite coffee home.April 29: Dine on crawfish

The Peel For A Purpose crawfish festival will feature crawfish and noncrawfish food options, live music and bouncy houses. Live music will be performed by artists Brian Sacco, Gary Kyle, Josh Ward, Casey Donahew and Mandi Powell. Proceeds from the event go toward Boots For Troops programs.April 30: Attend a car show

The Tomball Lions Club will host its 29th annual car show with 300-400 vehicles. Awards for 41 different categories will be given out at the car show, which will also include live music and concessions.May 6-7: Go to a bazaar

St. Matthias Catholic Church is hosting its annual bazaar with a crawfish and shrimp boil, live music, games, inflatables and live and silent auctions.
  • 1-9:30 p.m. (May 5), 10:30 a.m.-5 p.m. (May 6).
  • Free (admission).
  • 302 S. Magnolia Blvd., Magnolia.
  • 281-356-2000. www.st-matthias.net/bazaar
May 6: Enjoy a pancake supper

Attendees will be able to enjoy live music by artist Tyler Tillman, pancakes and bacon at the Magnolia Lions Club’s annual pancake supper. The event will also include a silent auction, bounce house and raffle prizes.