Events & Activities in West University Place

Up to 53% Off Indoor Obstacle Course for Kids


$20 $10

Diverse obstacle course motivates and challenges kids ages 5 and up to get fit during fun Friday evening sessions

50% Off a Home and Garden Show

Reliant Park/Hall A

$20 $10

Sit in on seminars and stroll through exhibits that showcase the latest in remodeling; children aged 14 or younger are admitted for free

Up to 59% Music Recording

North Houston

$220 $99

Record at a professional studio that houses equipment from revered brands such as M-Audio and Avalon

Up to 62% Off Journey Tribute Concert

House of Blues Houston

$13.25 $5


Band of veteran musicians plays the greatest hits of Journey in an energetic set

Up to 47% Off Go-Kart Racing at Pole Position Raceway


$141.70 $75

Adult drivers slide behind the wheel of electric go-karts bolstered by 18 horsepower that allows for speeds up to 45 mph on the indoor track

Up to Half Off Jump Sessions at Sky Zone


$26 $13


Indoor trampoline courts with angled walls, foam pit, and activities such as dodge ball

Up to 50% Off Trampolining at Sky High Sports

Spring Branch

$18 $10


Guests bounce on wall-to-wall trampolines, dodge-ball courts, and a cushiony foam pit

Up to 51% Off Racing Experiences

Houston Motorsports Park

$99 $49

Professional drivers sate passengers’ need for speed in stock cars during exciting ride-alongs and racing experiences

Half Off Flirty Fitness Classes


$40 $20

Adult fitness classes in a supportive environment include stiletto-powered sculpting moves and choreographed chair routines

Up to 62% Off Art or Language Classes or Parties

Multiple Locations

$250 $99

Students of all ages receive art instruction, and kids can learn Spanish, French, or Mandarin; Spanish pre-k immerses tots in the language

50% Off Dance Classes


$50 $25

Non-profit dance school with a focus on ethnic diversity

Funplex – 55% Off Go-Karts and Video Games

Rosewood Manor

$77.78 $35


Five-acre fun park hosts an indoor go-kart track that launches drivers up to 22 mph; pizza, hot dogs, and nachos quell hungers

Up to 51% Off Painting Class

Multiple Locations

$80 $39

Bilingual instructors give couples and groups step-by-step instructions on how to make their own works of art

50% Off Visit to Museum and Egypt Exhibit

The Museum District

$40 $20


A new ancient Egypt exhibit opens at the natural-science museum, whose other exhibits focus on paleontology, minerals, and African wildlife

Up to 50%% Off Painting Classes with Cupcakes


$70 $35

Artists guide pupils through the brushwork of an existing painting during classes held at Zanzibar Houston; includes locally baked cupcakes

Up to Half Off Visits to Cosmic Jump


$24 $12

Safely padded trampolines cover the indoor park in addition to slam-dunk and dodge-ball courts and 125 ft. freestyle trampolines

Up to 51% Off Archery Sessions


$40 $20

Archery range lined with bowhunting trophies and posters invites guests to step up and send arrows slinging at 16 targets, 20 yards away

Up to 84% Off Muay Thai and Cardio Kickboxing

Woodlake - Briar Meadow

$175 $29


Muay thai focuses on sparring and striking techniques; cardio kickboxing boosts the heart rate and burns calories

Up to 55% Off Art Classes or Party

Greater Hobby Area

$66 $33

Art classes designed for kids let anyone express themselves through paint and brushes

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UNITED Tae Kwon Do's group classes aren't really about punching and kicking. Sure, students work to master self-defense techniques, but they also focus on topics such as confidence and respect. The conditioning and reaction drills also help to build lean muscle and serve as an effective form of stress management. In this way, UNITED Tae Kwon Do's sessions benefit all types of students, whether they're kids or adults, beginners or more seasoned martial artists. The trained instructors also teach private lessons that adhere to personal goals, such as preparing a student for an upcoming black belt test.

These programs didn't develop overnight. UNITED Tae Kwon Do has been honing them for more than three decades, long before martial-arts uniforms became a red-carpet fashion trend. The educators have expanded into multiple locations throughout the Houston area and show no signs of stopping.

5202 Bellaire Boulevard

Part color-powder fight and part animal-themed 5K, the Jungle Fever 5K Colorful Run For Your Life Series brings runners of all ages together for a morning of relaxed and fun racing. Volunteer "animals" surprise runners with splashes of color as they leisurely make their way through an untimed 5K race. Outlandish outfits are encouraged—either wild animal-themed outfits or all-white clothing. The whole affair ends in a colorful splash as runners lob handfuls of colored powder at one another in a color fight.

P.O. Box 113

During the two-hour sessions, participants will learn how to parry common strikes, slip out of grabs and holds, disable attackers, and cause confusion with Jedi mind tricks. Student defenders will also acquire tactics on escaping an over-sized attacker and how to defend against weapons. Class leader and multiple black belt Tim Mousel has been training people in martial arts since 1980, the year he invented martial arts. He leads group courses in the afternoon and evening most every Sunday in and around the Houston area. Check out a schedule of upcoming classes here. This class makes a priceless gift for a wife, friend, or sister akin to the passing of the family-heirloom mace.

5710 Brittmoore Road

We Can’t Stop the Beat is a lively concert featuring music from all over the world. The focus, as the name coyly implies, will be on percussion, rhythmic beat, and dancing. The Gay Men’s Chorus of Houston will provide vocals, and special guests will clamber on by to help keep the drums pounding. Musical samplings include pieces by George Gershwin and The Glen Miller Band, contemporary pieces from the musical Hairspray, and more. Revel in the thrum and musical undulations in the beautiful expanse of Jones Hall, a grandly lit building with an acoustically supreme interior and a ceiling of 800 moveable hexagons.

3815 Garrott St

Pump It Up specializes in indoor, inflatable arenas for children. During three fun-filled pop-in visits, children can leap around gargantuan air-filled bounce houses, skip down air-filled slides, and slither like snakes covered in bacon grease through an air-filled obstacle course. Pump It Up’s giant indoor air arenas are climate-controlled and maintained according to rigorous guidelines enforced by a well-trained staff and local police. Parents bounce for free during pop-in, so childless adults who want to play will need to borrow a neighbor’s kid or win one by collecting soda tops.

7620 Katy Fwy

Wielding an education in exercise science, pro experience, and 13 years of tennis-camp instruction, Ken Olivier and staff impart a strong foundation of tennis skills in kids while promoting passion for the sport. Set against the lush and polished backdrop of the Northgate Country Club, tennis summer camps are held twice a week and staffed by highly experienced instructors who teach budding tennis fiends the ropes in a supportive environment. The Quick Start program for kids 6–10 years old starts kids off by using smaller courts and foam balls, ensuring serves can foul properly or strike true while little John McEnroes practice and play actual games. The program includes a rundown of all equipment, fundamental skills, and ever-important hand-eye coordination to minimize the risk of bright yellow projectiles blazing holes through courtside water coolers.

17110 Northgate Forest Drive