Shop the square, shoot some golf, nab deals at a parking lot for a good cause and marvel at miniature horses, all within a few miles.

Saturday is Girls Night Out, the monthly shopping spree on the square when stores stay open late -- until 9 p.m. -- and offer refreshments and special sales.

Antique Alley, the stretch of sales along FM 4 from Cleburne to Grandview, opened Friday to rain and chilly temperatures. But Saturday the weather is supposed to be fair and mild, so expect crowds to cause traffic jams along the road in search of deals.

Speaking of deals, Brookshire's plans to hold a garage and baked sale starting at 8 a.m. in its parking lot. All proceeds will go to Relay for Life.

Don't forget the monthly Glen Rose Meander, a tour of artists' and crafters' homes, shops and studios, on Saturday. For a map, visit the Glen Rose Convention & Visitor's Bureau Web site, www.glenrosetexas.net or call 254-897-3081.

The most adorable miniature horses trot into Glen Rose for the American Miniature Horse Registry Show at the Somervell County Expo Center. It opened Friday and runs through Sunday. Call 254-897-4509 for more information. 

Finally, Father's House Educational Foundation holds its 2012 Charity Golf Tournament at Squaw Valley Golf Course with a 1 p.m. shotgun start.