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By ANDREA MIRANDA, CBS Houston
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Need ideas for family fun around Houston? Check out these inexpensive and free events.

What:  Houston Greek Festival.

When:  Thur. Oct. 6th – Sun. Oct. 9th, 2011

Where:  3511 Yoakum (one block west of Montrose Blvd.)

Contact: For more info, call 713-526-5377 or visit www.greekfestival.org.

What:  Octoberfest at the Texas Renaissance Festival.

When:  Oct 8-9, 10am-5pm.

Where:   Plantersville.

What:   Katy Rice Harvest Festival

When: Oct 8-9.

Where:  Historic Downtown Katy

Contact:  281-391-KATY for more info.

What:  Festa Italiana, Houston Italian Festival

When:  Friday, Oct 14: 11am – 10pm
(Admission free til 4pm Friday)
Saturday, Oct 15: 11am – 10pm
Sunday, Oct 16: 11am – 6pm

Where:  Three day festival on the grounds of the
University of St. Thomas.

What:   20th Annual Turkish Festival

When:    Oct 16-17

Where:   Jones Plaza, Downtown Houston

Featuring:  Guests from Turkey presenting whirling dervishes, drum show, folk dances, belly dancing and more. Lots of delicious food, beer, and more.

What:   Houston Korean Festival.

When:   Oct 22, 10-7pm.

Where:  Discovery Green Park in Downtown Houston. Korean cultural performances,  food and more.

Cost: Free Admissions

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