Bizarre brassieres, sandcastles and other happenings this weekend in the Houston area

Friday, May 29, 2015

HOUSTON (KTRK) -- It's that time of year again! Saturday is the AIA Sandcastle Competition at East Beach in Galveston where 60 teams will compete to build the best sandcastle and take home the prestigious golden sandcastle. The event is free, but parking is $10 cash only. Building begins around 9am, and awards start at 4:30pm.

AIA SandCastle Competition

Saturday, May 30th, 9am to 5pm

East Beach - 1923 Boddeker, Galveston, TX 77550

Event is free, parking costs $10 cash only

While in Galveston, drive on over to the first annual Corvettes Cruisin Galveston Grand Corvette Show on the Strand this Saturday between 9am and 4pm. Walk down the historical part of town, admire the beautiful 'vettes while listening to great music, and pic your favorites.

Corvettes Cruisin Galveston

Saturday, May 30th, 9am to 4pm

Historical Galveston Strand Area

Get into the groove this Saturday night from 7 to 10pm at CityCentre for Dancing Under the Stars. This free family-friendly night includes tunes from the Next Level Band and lots of dancing and fun for all.

Dancing Under the Stars

Saturday, May 30th, 7-10pm

CITYCENTRE - 800 Town and Country Blvd, Houston, TX, 77024

Event is free

Support those who have battled cancer at Brazarre Houston at G Gallery in the Heights this Saturday from 6 to 9pm. Artists create the most artistic bras and then folks bid to take these one of a kind pieces home. This event is a festive and fun way to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Tickets cost $15 at the door and $10 online.

Brazarre Houston

Saturday, May 30th, 6-9pm

G Gallery - 301 E. 11th St, Houston, TX 77008

Tickets: $15 at door, $10 online

Head over to RA Sushi in Highland Village or the CITYCENTRE for Nick's Week this weekend. There, 100% of sales from a variety of menu items including edamame, Tootsy Maki, Shrimp Nigiri, Pork Gyoza, Sesame Garlic Chicken, and Garlic Citrus Yellowtail, will go to help kids battling cancer. The event benefits St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. and