With the theatrical release of “The Hobbit” coming Dec. 14, there are many ways for Houstonians to discover or rediscover Tolkien’s beloved stories with the entire family.
Many people have bare spaces in their living rooms, offices and kitchens simply because they’re intimidated by the cost of art and don’t know how to pick what’s right for them. Houston, with its wide variety of galleries, can sometimes be overwhelming in the amount of quality art it presents to the public. These festivals, stores and galleries, however, make buying local art on a budget a worthwhile experience.
November is Native American Heritage Month, and there are many ways to celebrate the history and culture of various Native American tribes in the Houston area. Make sure to check out these events, organizations and books to learn more about the culture of the real locals.
The holidays are a great time to get together with your family and start experiencing the wonderful Houston theater scene together. With a number of shows both old and new celebrating the holiday season, you won’t want to miss out on any of these great productions that show all aspects of the Christmas season – from family togetherness to the drudgery of being a mall elf.
Halloween is just around the corner, that special time of the year when creepy stories, scary costumes and horror flicks take over the limelight and attempt to scare the daylights out of you. For those who want to stay away from the usual Halloween trick-or-treating, there are other ways to celebrate the age-old tradition. For the more daring and adventurous souls, visit some of Houston’s most haunted places.
The old-fashioned, traditional carnival event runs for nine days, offering concerts, a rodeo, carnival rides, concessions and livestock/agriculture displays.
From prehistoric skeletons to modern furniture and everything in between, this fall’s exhibits are sure to serve up something for everyone.
With something for everyone, and plenty of family-friendly events to boot, you won’t want to miss out on any of these events in Houston this fall.
Like listening to the classics? Then make sure to put these performances on your calendar for this fall – you won’t want to miss out.
One-thousand, five-hundred dollars for refrigerator art.
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