Things to do this weekend in Richmond, July 14-16

The George Memorial Library is offering a free graphic novel book club Saturday.

The George Memorial Library is offering a free graphic novel book club Saturday.

From historic German-themed lunches to free movie screenings to photography workshops, here are 7 things to do this weekend in Richmond:

July 14

  1. II Primo Pizza & Wings Food Truck will be open for business at the Richmond Fire Station No. 1 Friday as part of the city’s Food Truck Friday 11 a.m.–2 p.m. 200 Houston Street, Richmond. www.ilprimopizzatx.com

  2. Richmond residents are invited to attend the Historic Richmond Association’s Music in the Park Summer Series Friday at Wessendorff Park. Pop/country artist Savannah Adkins will be performing. Attendees are encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs. 7–9 p.m. 500 Preston Street, Richmond. Free.

  3. The George Memorial Library will continue its Summer Movie Series with a free showing of Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow. 2–4 p.m. 1001 Golfview Drive, Richmond. Free.


July 15

  1. Young adults, high school students and those interested in graphic novels are invited to attend the Heavy Ink Graphic Novels Book Club Saturday at the George Memorial Library. The club encourages discussion on storytelling and styles of writing. 11 a.m.–noon. 1001 Golfview Drive, Richmond. Free.

  2. The George Ranch Historical Park will host its weekly Historic Lunches event Saturday with a Czech/German menu that will offer ranch smokehouse pastrami, bramborový salát (Czech potato salad,) pickled beets, sweet potato pie and more. Meals are rotated through seven historic venues, ranging from the Davis Mansion to the Bachelor House. 12:30 p.m. 10215 FM 762, Richmond. Reservations are encouraged. Meal prices are $14 for adults and kids 13 and older, $11 for children between the ages of 5 and 12 and $4 for children 4 and under. Meal prices do not include general admission. 281-343-0218. www.georgeranch.org


July 16

  1. Paint Until You Can Faint is offering a kids-only painting class Sunday for ages 6 and up. Parents are allowed to stay for the class. No food or drink allowed. 2–4 p.m. $25. Registration required. 281-222-3344. www.paintuntilyoufaint.com

  2. The Houston Camera Exchange is hosting an advanced photography workshop Sunday at Carlino’s Photography. The Triangles of Photography–Advanced workshop is an all-day event and starts with a 20-minute private portfolio review. Spots are limited and must be reserved in advance. 10 a.m.–10 p.m. 1905 Dowling Drive, Richmond. $375. DSLR camera is required. (832) 595-0590. [email protected]