Editor's note: This story has been updated with the location of the Tomball High School FFA fundraiser.

Sept. 9: See an outdoor movie

The Tomball Depot Plaza is hosting its second movie event of the year and will be showing “Paws of Fury,” a children's movie about a loveable dog who has dreams of becoming a destiny-seeking samurai.Sept. 9: Give blood in Magnolia

The Magnolia Fire Department is hosting a blood drive sponsored by the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center.
  • 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
  • Free
  • Magnolia Fire Department, 18215 Buddy Riley Blvd., Magnolia
  • www.giveblood.org
Sept. 9: Support a high school fundraiser

The Tomball High School FFA booster club is holding a fundraiser to support its FFA students. This event will have a dance, a live auction, a silent auction and a raffle.Sept. 10: Experience restorative yoga

Wild Spirit Yoga is holding a candlelight restorative yoga and meditation class. This class is designed to help calm the nervous system and ease tension with a peaceful night of meditation and yoga.Sept. 10: Support the farmers market

The Tomball Farmers Market is holding a fundraiser to help raise money for the market's community garden projects. This event will have raffles, music, beer and whiskey tasting, and food. All proceeds raised will benefit the TFM organizations that work to connect the community to local food systems and sustainable agriculture. Sponsorships and tickets are available.Sept. 16: Take part in a 5K and ruck march

MAD for Vets, a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to contribute to a variety of charities to support veterans, is hosting its third annual 5K and ruck march. All walkers are welcome.Sept. 19: Enjoy a taste of Tomball

The Tomball VFW Hall is hosting a Taste of Tomball, an event put on by the Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce in which community members are invited to try local eats, drinks and treats.Sept. 22: Support a local animal shelter

Corridor Rescue, a dog shelter with the mission to aid Houston street dogs, is hosting its fourth annual Wags and Wagers casino night to help contribute to its mission. This event will have catered dinner, drinks, music, casino games and a raffle. Participants in the raffle are not required to be in attendance of the event. Event tickets must be purchased in advance.
  • 7-11 p.m.
  • $5-$2,500
  • The Springs Magnolia, Pinehaven Venue, 33301 Old Hempstead Road, Magnolia
  • www.corridorrescue.org
Sept. 22-23: Attend a cook-off

Patriots of Texas Fest is holding its third annual cook-off festival to benefit and support active-duty military, veterans and first responders. The festival will have a barbecue cook-off, live music and vendors. The music lineup includes Jon Wolfe, Jesse Raub Jr, Mae Estes, Jake Bush, Clay Hollis and Joel Shewmake.
  • Sept. 22-23 at 5 p.m.
  • $10 (Sept. 22 admission ), $20 (Sept. 23 admission), $100 (VIP)
  • Unity Park, 19450 Unity Park Drive, Magnolia
  • www.texasstartickets.com
Sept. 23: Visit Magnolia Fall Fest

The Greater Magnolia Parkway Chamber of Commerce is hosting its Magnolia Fall Fest with over 70 vendors, face painters, pictures in the pumpkin patch and kids crafts.Sept. 23: Take the family to GroovFest

The Tomball Depot Plaza is hosting GroovFest, an award-winning festival that brings the community together with throwback music spanning the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s. The festival will also include a funky car show, throwback vendors, groovy food, hip kids activities and more.
  • 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • Free (parking and admission)
  • Tomball Depot Plaza, 201 S. Elm St., Tomball
  • www.tomballtx.gov
Sept. 30: Attend an antique car social

The Tomball Museum Center is holding an antique car social event with classic antique cars, live music and food trucks.