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Downtown Houston Thanksgiving Parade: NOV 23

For over six decades, the festive Houston Thanksgiving Parade has brought smiles to young and old. This parade has everything: fun floats, marching bands, live performers and music, and tons of creativity. Be sure to support the local mom & pop businesses if you start your holiday shopping too. Don’t worry about eating too much on turkey day or the upcoming holidays. The convenient Elan Heights fitness center and yoga/spin here conveniently have your...

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So ugly but oh so right: Winter Art Market Ugly Sweater Festival: Nov 18-19

There’s no substitute for an ugly holiday sweater. They’re so bad they’re good. Bust out your best ugly sweater at the Fresh Arts’ Winter Holiday Art Market (WHAM). See amazing work and wide variety of mediums and subject matter by 65+ local artists. There will also be crafts, art demos, live music, and food and beverages for sale. This is the 12th anniversary of this fun show and is now a proud Houston holiday tradition and one of Houston’s largest juried art markets. It has a great mix of emerging talent and established pros. Plus, it’s...

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Houston Veterans Day Celebration: NOV 11

Paying tribute to the men and women in the military is a cherished Houston tradition. The Houston Veterans Day Celebration takes place between 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. Proceeds from the 9/11 Heroes Run which was cancelled on 9/11 this year due to the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey will be donated to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund. The salute continues with the AARP Veterans Job & Resource Fair complete with Symbols of Freedom – military displays and activities surrounding the reflection pool in Hermann Square at City Hall. The traditional Veterans Day Ceremony presented by H-E-B will begin at 10:00 a.m. on...

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Contemporary sign painting @ HCCA

Now through January 7, check out a very cool art show consisting of the art of hand painted signs. The Houston Center for Contemporary Craft (HCCC) explores this often under rated craft which requires incredible precision, typography mastery, and an eye for compelling designs and color. Computers and technology have helped society in many ways, and made almost anyone a “designer.” However, there is no substitute for something that is truly hand made. Luckily, this uniquely personal art form is coming back slowly to the world with new vigor at artisan restaurants, boutiques, barber shops, and...

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Dia de Los Muertos event: NOV 1-4

Houston has so much uniqueness to offer. Case in point: check out the Day of the Dead / Dia de los Muertos celebrations being held at the National Museum of Funeral History right here in Houston. Admission includes the festive and colorful Day of the Dead altars and celebrations for loved ones. These handcrafted altars are pretty darn amazing and do not lack in creativity or beauty. Learn about this time-honored Latin tradition and much more. The National Museum of Funeral History was founded in 1992 in Houston, Texas. The idea for the Museum grew from...

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Texas Ren Fest: OCT 21-NOV 26

Step back into the 16th century as the Texas Renaissance Festival comes back to bring ye old joy and celebration with kings, nobles, jesters, and the like. It’s the nation’s largest renaissance fair. Discover enchanting experiences featuring world-renowned live entertainment, works by master artists and craftspeople, award winning food and drink, hand-powered rides and games, and over 100 interactive characters and over 400 unique shops featuring some of the finest works of artists, artisans, and demonstrations by craftspeople skilled in the arts of glass blowing, weaving, pottery making, blacksmithing, and more. The...

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Zoo Boo at the Houston Zoo is back!

Enjoy everything spooky and fun at the annual Zoo Boo at the Houston Zoo! Discover lots of fun activities that include Halloween Zoovie Nights, including the Fiesta Mart Pumpkin Patch, the Monster Mural, and, of course, candy! All Zoo Boo activities are included with your paid Zoo admission. The Houston Zoo is an incredible place to learn about animals from all over the world. Throughout the year, they have exhibits for kids of all ages as well as grown...

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Opa! Houston Greek Festival: OCT 5-8

Tried and true to the strength, persistence and heart that is downtown Houston, the 51st annual Houston Greek Festival WILL take place! Of course, the incredibly authentic Greek food is hard to deny. From gyros to baklava, to shish kebabs, it’s all gonna be pretty darn good. Treat yourself to an authentic and welcoming experience that is pure Greece! This popular event will take place at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral at 3511...

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Ooom pa pa! Oktoberfest Houston

Get the best of both worlds, Texas and Germany, at Oktoberfest Houston this weekend. Meet up at Buffalo Bayou Park on Saturday, September 30. Featuring some of best local brews around as well as the big boys, you’ll have a wide variety of libations to enjoy. Of course, what Oktoberfest would be without amazing food including authentic German cuisine (brats, giant pretzels, German chocolate cake and more) plus local Houston cuisine. The music will also be authentic with live Polka music as well as spinning DJ’s. Enjoy games like giant Jenga, Connect 4, yodeling contest, best...

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Take Me Outdoors Festival: SEPT 23

This family-friendly festival offers a unique chance to meet and greet with nature’s creatures. It is for the nice price of FREE. Enjoy demonstrations with hawks and animals. Flying demonstrations will be at 11am & 1pm. There will also be booths and hands-on activities. Check out the Take Me Outdoors Festival from 10am-3pm at Discovery Green Park in...

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