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Sometimes you have a picky kid who can’t decide what they want to do. Other times, you have one who goes with the flow. Regardless, there’s always an event happening in Houston everyone will love.

Whether it’s crafting at a local library, or taking your kids to WWE Worlds Collide, here are some fun events for kids happening in Houston this week.

Wild Kratts Live @ Jones Plaza

Sunday, January 26 | 1PM

Martin and Kris Kratt, the stars of the show Wild Kratts, will be stepping out on stage live for a classic Kratts story. They have performed over 225 shows for over hundreds of thousands of fans, and I bet your kid is dying to go to this show. This Sunday, your kid will get to experience, live on stage, the inspiring show they have come to know and love of the Kratts brothers. Tickets are on sale on SeatGeek for as low as $38.

Children’s Texas Art Festival @ Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens

Sunday, January 26 | 1PM

The Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens presents the Children’s Texas Art Festival this Sunday for an afternoon of celebrating art. The art is created by and for children that shows a connection to Texan and American history. You and your children can make art, play interactive games, and learn more about how art keeps everyone connected. Admission to this event is free, so it’s almost mandatory to take your kid to this festival this weekend.

Chinese New Year 2020 @ Lucky Land

Saturday, January 25 | 10Am

Celebrate the year of the rat for Lunar New Year at Lucky Land on Saturday! This event will have live performances, shopping, kid’s crafts, rick shaw-riding and lots of food to enjoy. Not only will your kid get to enjoy seeing fun performances such as the traditional dragon parade, but they can learn about a culture they may not be familiar with and that’s so important.

Kids Craft @ Moody Neighborhood Library

Tuesday, January 21 | 3PM

Break up the school week for your kid with a kid’s craft event at Moody Neighborhood Library. They’ll get to sit down and create fun crafts, meet new friends, and have a really fun time. This event is catered to children around the ages of 5-12 and 13-18. This will just be another craft for you to disdainfully put up on the fridge, but at least they’ll have fun.

Kids Sunday Funday @ Bowl & Barrel

Sunday, January 26 | 11AM

Bowling and Sundays go together like peanut butter and jelly. This weekend, take your kids to the Bowl & Barrel for their Lion King-themed Sunday Funday event. For just $10, you will get one hour of bowling, shoes, a drink, and lunch. It’s a really great deal and your kid will have a great time. Unless they hate bowling.

WWE Worlds Collide @ Toyota Center

Saturday, January 25 | 5:30PM

Some parents might think that professional wrestling is too violent for kids. However, if you don’t, the WWE Worlds Collide event would be a really fun way to spend Saturday night with your kids. Being able to see the show live will be a memory your kid will never forget. You should absolutely grab tickets and enjoy the fine art of wrestling this weekend. Some matches you will see at this show is Finn Bálor vs Ilja Dragunov and Rhea Ripley vs Toni Storm.

LEGO Mania @ Henington-Alief Regional Library

Tuesday, January 21 | 3:30PM

You don’t have to worry about stepping on any legos at the Henington-Alief Regional Library for their LEGO Mania event this Tuesday. Let your kids’ imagination run wild and free while they get to build something incredible with legos. Playing with legos is a great way to help boost your child’s creativity, help destress them, and keep their imagination flowing. This event is catered to children between the ages of 9-12 and 13-18.

(Photo by Artur Tumasjan on Unsplash)