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Things to do in Houston today, and this weekend, with kids! September 27, 28, 29, 30, October 1, 2, 3, 2018

Make your plans for the weekend, in Houston, with kids!

Go see Curious George: The Golden Meatball at Main Street Theater or watch Annie on the lawn at Levy Park. (For Curious George, tickets are going fast, so if you can’t get them this weekend, buy them now for another weekend!)

Play at the farm and pick out a pumpkin at Blessington Farms.  Climb up dirt hills, slide down hillsides, feed the animals, zip across zip lines and more!

Next week, go to the Toddler Tuesday: Moon at Discovery Green… and go back at night to see  the latest art display, moonGARDEN.

For the full list of things to do, look below.  And get ready for FALL with ALL the festivals, farms and pumpkin patches planned for September and October, HERE!

Things to Do Any Day:

Fall Festivals and Farms!
FREE Indoor Playplaces around Houston – There are a lot of FREE indoor places to play… with no memberships required!
Houston Citywide Map: Things to do in Houston, with kids
Things to do in Galveston, with kids – Beaches, museums, parks and restaurants to visit in Galveston!
Texas Roadtrips – Pack up the family and head towards Austin, San Antonio, Corpus Christi or Dallas… and stop at these parent recommended spots!

Thursday, September 27, 2018:

Free Museum Entry – Museum District
Find a museum district restaurant HERE.
Family Storytime – 10:00am – Levy Park
No Bully Here Celebration Concert – 11:00am – Miller Outdoor Theatre

Friday, September 28, 2018:

Children’s Story Hour – 10:00am-11:00am – Hermann Park
Day Out with Thomas: The Friendship Tour 2018 – 10:10am-2:20pm – Burnet Community Center, Burnet, Texas
Family Movie Night: Annie – 7:30pm – Levy Park
Classic Journey Live – 8:00pm – Miller Outdoor Theatre

Saturday, September 29, 2018:

[Click HERE… for things to do Saturday through Wednesday!]

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