This weekend, head to Hands On Houston: Indigo-dyed Bandanas at the Craft Museum, welcome the autumn harvest and full moon at the Family Day: Mid-Autumn Festival at the Asia Society or learn basic day hike essentials at the Houston Arboretum’s Naturally Wild Families: Hiking Houston!

Next week, take the preschoolers to Discovery Green for Toddler Tuesday: Giraffes Can’t Dance! The free event includes a story and activity and no registration is needed. 

On Wednesday, take the little ones to the School Day Party at Gallery Furniture North Freeway. You can see the animals, jump on the mattresses, make crafts and each lunch. It’s all free… you just need to reserve your spot!

For details and the full list of things to do this week and weekend, go HERE!   Also, for all the Fall Festivals, Farms & Pumpkin Patches in Houston, go HERE!


Below are all of this week's updates on

• Full list of things to do in Houston, with kids, September 29 - October 5

• Video: Favorite Things to Do this Weekend, with Kids!

• Fall Festivals, Farms & Pumpkin Patches

• On the Water & in the Trees… Northshore Park in The Woodlands

• IKEA Restaurant… Sleek, easy and reasonably priced

• Reserve Your Spot for a School Day Party at Gallery Furniture! October 5, 2016 (North Freeway)

• Another Give Away: Family 4 Tickets to Farm Fun at Blessington Farms!

• Kids Rule at Discovery Green! Tuesdays, through October 25, 2016!

• Adult Acne & Wrinkles? Solve the problem at Mosaic Clinic Dermatology.

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Things to do in Houston today, and this weekend, with kids! September 29, 30, October 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 2016

Things to do in Houston today, and this weekend, with kids! September 29 - October 5, 2016

It's Fall!  Go HERE to plan your Houston Fall 2016 Festivals, Farm & Pumpkin Patch visits!

This weekend, head to Hands On Houston at the Craft Museum to make Indigo-dyed Bandannas.  All ages are welcome to make their own... just stop by!

You can also welcome the autumn harvest and full moon at the Family Day: Mid-Autumn Festival at the Asia Society.  The free event includes Taiwanese …

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