It’s Officially Back to the Day-to-Day, so What is There To DO This Weekend in Houston?
Thru the Weekend
Head to one of our favorite local stores, Kuhl-Linscomb, for their Winter Sale which starts today and ends Sunday. This doesn’t happen often. You’ll find 20% off tabletop, bedding, bath, furniture and garden. This husband/wife owned store is a consistent source of inspiration filled with a bevy of curated goods to satisfy everyone’s taste. We always discover something we had no idea we needed.
2418 West Alabama, Houston, TX 77098
Saturday January 13
Bayou City Play in the Park
Evelyn’s Park Conservancy partners with Bayou City Play https://www.facebook.com/bayoucityplay/, which supports and promotes child-directed play, by setting up temporary, inspiring places for kids to explore. You’ll find “loose parts” – this is what they call their materials, which are made up of scraps like cardboard, fabric, tape, pvc – and the children define their purpose making forts, slide, costumes or just putter around. Parents can order coffee or lunch from The Ivy & James through ordering online. https://theivyandjames.com/
Join Dress for Success at the Walk with our Women Fiesta at Pico’s. Team DFSH will gather for a bubbles, bibs and brunch bash following the ABB 5K and enjoy delicious bites from The Hay Merchant, Izakaya, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Pico’s, Punk’s and Relish from 11am–1pm.
In case you missed it, cups are trending. Head to the Cups for Y’all Pop-Up Sale at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft from 10am–5pm. Asher Gallery at the HCCC presents this pop-up featuring a variety of mugs made by celebrated ceramic artists from around the country. More than 100 artists have made cups including: Stuart Asprey, Autumn Higgins, Ahrong Kim, Bradley Klem, Wyatt Little, Mimi Logothetis, Renee Lopresti, Caitie Miller, Sean O’Connell, Angel Oloshove, Dow Redcorn, Justin Rothshank, Mitchell Spain, Eric Van Eimeren, Dustin Yager and more. www.crafthouston.org
Photo Credit: Above, from top to bottom: Ahrong Kim, “Assorted Mugs.” Ceramic. Photo courtesy of the artist. Kyle Johns, “Assorted Juice Cups.” Slip-cast porcelain. Photo courtesy of the artist. Sean O’connell, “Cups.” Porcelain. Photo courtesy of the artist.
Sunday, January 14
It’s the Chevron Houston Marathon in Downtown Houston! Good luck to all the participants and for those of us who will be warm in bed, we send out all our good thoughts to the runners!
Join Houston-area vegan/AR groups and individuals for the Houston Vegan Sidewalk March in a peaceful parade on the Westheimer sidewalks by the Galleria to celebrate the incredible growth in the movement and dedication to making the world a better, kinder place for both humans and other animals. https://www.facebook.com/events/2086115504943569/