April 29: Participate in a day of activities

Alders Magnolia, an age 55-plus community, is hosting a Day in the Sun event where attendees will be able to enjoy activities, such as craft workshops, educational talks and fitness classes. There will also be tours, leasing specials, live music and a happy hour at the event.

April 29: Enjoy a festival

The Peel For A Purpose crawfish festival will feature crawfish and non-crawfish food options, live music, and bounce 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

Attendees will be able to see 300-400 vehicles at the Tomball Lions Club’s 29th annual car show. Awards for 41 different categories will be given out at the event, which will also include live music and concessions.

April 30: Dine on crawfish

The Tomball Memorial High School FFA Booster Club is hosting a crawfish boil fundraiser that will include live music, a photo booth, vendors, raffle prizes and other refreshments.

April 30: Join a plaster workshop

The Ardest Gallery is hosting a plaster workshop, at which attendees will use their hands and arms to create a plaster sculpture. While waiting for the plaster to set, attendees will also have the chance to glaze a plate.

April 30: Listen to live music

Main Street Crossing will host Dawn Turlington on its stage for two Karen Carpenter tribute shows.

  • 2:30 p.m. (doors open, matinee), 4 p.m. (show starts, matinee), 6:30 p.m. (doors open, evening), 8 p.m. (show starts, evening)
  • Tickets start at $41.
  • 111 W. Main St., Tomball
  • 281-290-0431. www.mainstreetcrossing.com

April 30: Browse a small-business market

Paradigm Brewing Company is hosting a small-business market that will feature over 50 vendors and live music.