Events calendar for May 2023

By George Slaughter, News Editor
Posted 4/27/23

The Katy Times events calendar for May 2023.

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Events calendar for May 2023


May 1
Tee Up Fore Inclusion golf fundraiser

Proceeds from this afternoon of golf benefit the Three Graces K-12 inclusive scholarship program, which provides scholarships to students with intellectual and development disabilities to pursue college programs, technical training and/or any continued education that will further their options for integrated employment. The event is open to sponsors, players and spectators. Registration fee includes three hours of TopGolf, lunch and drinks. The event is at 12:30 p.m. at TopGolf Houston, 1030 Memorial Brook Blvd., Houston. For tickets, visit the website

May 1 (first of 12 sessions)
Katy Cares Parenting Workshops

Starting May 1, Katy Cares offers a free, 12-session online parenting workshop. The sessions run from 7-9 p.m. For more information, email Kristin Dean at To register, visit the website

May 4
Waller County Sesquicentennial Celebration

Waller County is celebrating its sesquicentennial—its 150th birthday—and Katy, a part of which is in Waller County, is helping to celebrate. The celebration, which is free to the public, is from 6-8:30 p.m. at Katy Heritage Park, 5990 George Bush Dr.

May 5
Cinco de Mayo party with Ace McCasland

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with light bites and sips with a Mexican flair. Also enjoy the company of visiting artist Ace McCasland of Colorado Springs, Colo., who will have some of her amazing jewelry for sale. The event is from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at Multiplicity Art Studio, 1210 Ave. A. To RSVP, call 832-437-2442.

May 5
Jack and the Beanstalk Operetta

This is a musical drama performance using all Music Fun Studio students together. Students of all levels enjoy preparing for this classic story of Jack, the Giant, and the Golden Goose in a 21st century setting. Mayron Cole’s original melodies are singable and memorable. Special solo and ensemble piano performances accompany this operetta performance. The show, which runs from 7–8:30 p.m., will be performed at 22101 Morton Ranch Road. Tickets are $10. For more information, call Alecia Stringer at 832-753-1103.

May 6
City and School District election

Voters will be making their choices in City of Katy, Katy ISD, City of Brookshire, Royal ISD and City of Pattison elections. To check your voter registration and register to vote, visit the website

May 13
Pattison Area Volunteer Fire Department Annual Mother’s Day Brisket Sale

Purchase a brisket and support the Pattison Area Volunteer Fire Department. One can pre-order the briskets by May 5 by calling the at 281-934-3488 and then pressing option 2.

Briskets that are not preordered can be picked up on a first-come, first-serve basis, from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. May 13 at the department, 2950 FM 359, in Pattison.

May 13
Johnny Nelson Katy Heritage Museum rededication

City officials invite the public to celebrate this historic museum full of all things Katy. Festivities and refreshments are from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at the museum, 6002 George Bush Dr.

May 13
Ancient Civilizations educational series

Fort Bend County Libraries will have an educational series focusing on “Ancient Civilizations” this spring. The next program in the series, “Ancient Civilizations: Rome,” is from 2-4 p.m. May 13 in the meeting room of the library at 2620 Commercial Center Blvd in Katy.

In this segment of the Ancient Civilizations series, architecture professor Sheba Akhtar will talk about the Roman Republic and the assassination of Julius Caesar, the Roman Empire and Augustus Caesar, and Emperor Constantine and the rise of Christianity. Learn about different Roman achievements, such as city-planning and government, art and literature, engineering and architecture, and military and cultural conquests.

The program is free and open to the public. For more information, visit the website

May 16
Texas Tradition Spirit Day

Proceeds from all May 16 sales at Texas Tradition, 5321 Highway Blvd., benefit the Katy Heritage Society and its efforts to preserve Katy area history.

May 18
Paint and Sip

This night of fun marks the first fun paint and sip event from 100 Shades of Vibez. Proceeds benefit Hope Impacts! Hope Impacts is a nonprofit that began in 2014 with the acknowledgment that we are all one crisis away from becoming situationally or chronically homeless.

The event is at 6 p.m. at Big Z’s Pizza House and Brew, 2004 S. Mason Road.

May 18-26
Katy ISD high school graduations

The nine Katy ISD high schools celebrate their commencement ceremonies in May. All graduation ceremonies are at 8 p.m. at Legacy Stadium, 1830 Katyland Dr. Here is a list of the dates and the schools.

  • May 18: Paetow High
  • May 19: Katy High
  • May 20: Taylor High
  • May 21: Mayde Creek High
  • May 22: Cinco Ranch High
  • May 23: Morton Ranch High
  • May 24: Seven Lakes High
  • May 25: Tompkins High
  • May 26: Jordan High

May 19
A Night on the Town in Downtown Katy

Enjoy this night of fun, which runs from 5:30-8 p.m., with neighbors and some of Katy’s downtown businesses around the town square.

May 20
Katy Market Day

The monthly Katy Market Day features vendors, a food truck, beer garden, entertainment, and inflatable attractions for children's entertainment. The event is from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. in historic Downtown Katy. For more information, call Betsy Proctor at 281-391-1993.