Things to do in the Houston area this weekend: September 30 - October 2

Houston events and things to do this weekend September 30 through October 2 include Music to My Beers, Kemah Boardwalk Boo, A Taste of Cy-Fair, Fall Festival at P-6 Farms, Zoo Boo at Houston Zoo, Oktoberfest at Sugar Land Town Square and Chefs for Farmers Food and Wine Festival.

Things to do in the Houston area this weekend: September 23-25

Houston events and things to do this weekend September 23-25 include the Fort Bend County Fair & Rodeo, Pasadena Livestock Show and Rodeo, Galveston Island Wild Texas Shrimp Festival, Houston Blues and Jazz Festival, Fall Festival at Dewberry Farm and The Woodlands Renaissance Faire.

Modern spin on mini golf at Puttery in Houston

Puttery is a unique entertainment concept that combines culinary creations, craft cocktails and miniature golf. Houstonians packed the brand new location (1818 Washington Ave) near downtown for this weekend’s grand opening. Customers can experience three different courses to test their putting skills and three bars to taste the delicious drinks. Call ahead for a reservation to make sure you get a good tee time.

Things to do in Houston this weekend: September 9-11

Houston events and things to do this weekend September 9 - 11 include Houston Ballet's Peter Pan, Houston Symphony's Cirque de la Symphonie, Sneakers Travelers Houston, In a Pickle Festival, Melon and Berry Fest, and the Texans vs Colts football game.

Labor Day weekend: Things to do in the Houston area September 2-5

Things to do in the Houston area this Labor Day weekend from September 2-5 include the Red, White & Bayou Texas Music Festival & Tailgate in Dickinson, a fireworks show at Kemah Boardwalk, Taste of the Caribbean Festival, the Sundown Funtown Country Music Festival, and the Labor Day Music Festival at Southern Star Brewery.

Sweet, salty and spicy flavors at the Waffle Bus

National Waffle Day is one of the most sweet and savory days of the year. The waffle has been around for hundreds of years in one form or another and over the centuries it has taken on many delicious forms. For Houston foodies that want a selection of sugary, salty and spicy dishes, the Waffle Bus is hard to beat. With 35 items on the menu to choose from, they have a lot of delicious and creative choices ready to suit any taste. The Wings and Waffles, and the Hot Mess Fries are two of their top sellers and a great place to start on your first visit. Learn more at TheWaffleBus.com