Thru March 31 | Multiple Locations - Celebrates Latinx and Hispanic film from all across Latin America, Spain, Portugal, and the United States. Tickets $11. Multiple locations. More info and tickets at houstonlatinofilmfestival.org.
March 29–31 | Memorial Park - The biannual Bayou City Art Festival, now in its 48th year, which takes over Memorial Park to give us access to works from dozens and dozens of artists working in mediums ranging from photography to sculpture to watercolor and beyond. Tickets $12. Memorial Park, 6501 Memorial Dr. 713-521-0133. More info and tickets at artcolonyassociation.org.
March 30–31 | George R. Brown Convention Center - Consider this regular show an opportunity to meet with the industry professionals to fulfill your dreams of a new pool, new kitchen, and other home improvement projects to get your place in shape for patio season. Tickets $9. George R. Brown Convention Center, 1001 Avenida de las Americas. More info and tickets at texashomeandgarden.com.
March 30 | 600 Travis St. - Want a rare opportunity to glimpse Houston from 60 floors up? linger in the building’s sky lobby (closed to the public since 2016) to help raise money for Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, a non-profit working to end childhood cancer. You can also pay $25 for an elevator pass that gives you access to the sky lobby, just in case you don't feel like climbing 75 flights of stairs. Entry $25. 600 Travis St. More info at alexslemonade.org.
March 30–31 | City Hall - Visits from Power Rangers and Ninja Turtles alongside 16 acres of games, circus, and face paint are why this annual festival always brings the crowds. Proceeds benefit Child Advocates of Harris County. Tickets $14. City Hall, 901 Bagby St. More info and tickets at houstonchildrensfestival.com. Source: Houstonia