Ney Day at Elisabet Ney Museum. Celebrate the inspirational legacy of Ney, a German-born sculptor and pioneer of Texas art, at this event that will have live music from Riders Against the Storm and other groups, activities such as sculpting and hula hooping, and the public opening of two new outdoor sculptures. Food trucks will be on-site for lunch. 12 to 5 p.m. Saturday. Free. 304 E. 44th St. facebook.com/events/1840954626165763/.
The Cooking Light & Health Fit Foodie Festival & 5K. The family and dog-friendly event features local restaurants, meet-and-greets with John Hancock Elite Athlete Ambassadors, a beer and wine garden, fitness demonstrations and an impressive lineup of chefs. The 5K celebrates the balance of healthy food and an active lifestyle as runners eat their way to the finish line with bites at every mile before enjoying the festival afterward. This year’s run raises funds for No Kid Hungry, a national nonprofit. 8 to 11 a.m. Saturday. $45. Old Settlers Park, 1371 Harrell Parkway, Round Rock. fitfoodierun.com/austin-texas.html.
“A Fine Affair” at ColdTowne Theater. Set against the backdrop of a cotillion, “A Fine Affair” follows famed gospel music producer Charles Desselle as he clumsily navigates his way through the demands of family and tradition while awaiting the arrival of his teenage daughter, who is nowhere to be found. 7 p.m. Saturday. $8. 4803-B Airport Blvd. 512-814-8696, coldtownetheater.com.
Revel Unclassified. The arts-infused Sunday brunch returns with a new set of artists telling a story through music and spoken word, this time with a theme inspired by the tarot card the Tower, which suggests that we need to burst boundaries too narrow for us. The musicians this time are Rami El-Farrah, saxophones, and Carla McElhaney, piano, while poet Lisa Olstein will read her original poetry. 12:30 p.m. March 21. $10. 4th Tap Brewing Co-operative, 10615 Metric Blvd. revelatx.org/shop/essentials.