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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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Pearland International Festival: SEPT 15-16

Experience international everything for a great cause at the Pearland International Festival. Enjoy lots of live music, tons of culture, dancing, international food booths, and so much more. This year the festival is partnering with the Pearland Neighborhood Center to collect non-perishable food for Hurricane Harvey Victims. For every non-perishable item collected, PFPVA will match one dollar for each item received up to five for every general admissions ticket purchased on Friday, September 15, 2017.  PFPVA will provide grants with the matched dollars to local students, and schools affected by the Hurricane...

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Compassion in action: The Houston Food Bank

Thank you to all the hardworking folks at the Houston Food Bank. You are doing such important work and it’s much appreciated. Check out these numbers. In fiscal year 2016-2017, the Houston Food Bank distributed 83,000,000 nutritious meals. The vision for the future is to expand service to the community to 100,000,000 nutritious meals by 2018. Every dollar donated to the Houston Food Bank provides the equivalent of three meals for an...

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Thank you Mack

Heroes are real and right here in Houston. We want to honor Mr. Mack for his unconditional generosity to the victims of Hurricane Harvey. He opened two of his furniture stores to be a shelter for victims during the aftermath. He’s been feeding the evacuees three times a day at his own expense. Mack estimates it costs $30,000 to $40,000 to keep his stores up and running through the crisis. “We can afford that and what we can’t afford is to cause these people to lose hope, we got to give them hope,” Mack said. “This...

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Help for Hurricane Harvey victims

There are no words to describe the devastation now and for the years to come. Hurricane Harvey has displaced many. Here is a list of local Houston Shelters. Also if you are able, donate to the American Red Cross to help those in local need. On behalf of everyone at Elan Heights, our thoughts and hearts are with all in Texas, especially in Houston, who are experiencing such overwhelming...

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World of Dance Tour: AUG 19

Enjoy incredible dance performances straight coming from the TV hit World of Dance. Seeing these performances live right here in Houston is a real treat. Whether you like hip hop dance, ballet, modern dance or more traditional forms, you’ll love the show at the Revention Music...

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The Life & Times of Woodie Guthrie at Stages Rep

When you’re talking about true American icons, Woody Guthrie is definitely at the top of the list. This king of folk music definitely did things his way. A pure original and deliberate outsider, Guthrie made his mark with songs such as “This Is Your Land” and “Board for Glory.” His songs tugged at the hearts of those longing for a better way of life. Guthrie hitchhiked across the country, rode freight trains, and did any job he could to get by. This is where his love for the open road became completely ingrained into his soul.

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Houston Restaurant Weeks: AUG 1-SEPT 4

That is in weeks, plural. Starting on August 1, enjoy amazing food throughout the city as well as Midtown, the Uptown Galleria, Galveston, Sugar Land, and The Woodlands for Houston Restaurant Weeks. It all benefits the Houston Food Bank. This month-long event features award-winning chefs, restaurants as well as upcoming joints. Specially priced menus are also featured so it’s a win-win! The vision for the Houston Food Bank is to expand service to the community to 100,000,000 nutritious meals by...

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Shakespeare Festival: Twelfth Night: July 28

Shakespeare and summertime go hand in hand. Check out a wonderfully entertaining play by Bill himself called “Twelfth Night.” This delightful comedy offers romance, plot twists, and a lively bunch of characters. The tickets are FREE but you have to reserve them. Free tickets are available (4 per person over age 16 while they last) at the Miller Outdoor Theatre box office the day of the performance between the hours of 10:30 AM-1:00 PM. There is always open seating on the hill...

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Houston Colombian Fest: JULY 23

Celebrate Colombian Independence Day at the Colombian Fest International at Sam Houston Park downtown Houston. This super fun, all day event features incredible food, live salsa music, libations, arts, crafts, and kid’s activities. The city of Houston has had a vibrant and thriving Colombian population for decades. Live performances will include Jorge Celedon, Guayacan, Charlie Aponte, Guarare Orquesta, Los Gemelos de la Salsa and Paula...

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