Now that the freezend has passed What is There to DO This Weekend in Houston?
Friday, January 19
If the snow lockdown had you organizing and reorganizing your home, chances are you found a need for a few home accoutrements. Take advantage of Memorial Antiques & Interiors’ Winter Elephant Sale through Tuesday, January 23. Snag designer leftovers (one man’s trash is another’s treasure), warehouse clearance items, plus 20% off storewide (all items regularly priced $100 and up). The Houston Design Center | 7026 Old Katy Road, Showrooms 164, 166 & 262 http://www.maihouston.com/
Saturday, January 20
Fluff Bake Bar reopens at 10am. If you’re serious about food, make sure to get there early because they will sell out. For this grand reopening, “Sugar Hooker” Rebecca Masson partners with 44 Farms serving up custom creations like a Prime Rib Benedict Sammy, Fajita Tostada with a fried egg and brisket with pimento cheese on a pretzel roll.
314 Gray St. http://fluffbakebar.com/
Calling all tree-huggers: Trees for Houston with the Memorial Park Conservancy and Houston Parks and Rec Department will host an annual tree planting community event in celebration of Arbor Day. Join other Houstonians to plant over 1,000 native trees along Memorial Park’s eastern border to help with their ongoing ecological restoration efforts. For kids 8+.http://www.treesforhouston.org/
Women are stronger than ever! Step out for the 2018 Houston Women’s March from 9:30am–12:30pm, 105 Sabine St., educating and encouraging women to vote. The 2018 elections are crucial for the future of our nation. “We must elect progressive leaders in Austin and DC. If the Houston region generates a massive progressive wave during the primaries and in the general election, we can change Texas. If we change Texas, we change America. The Power is in your hands!” – words + image borrowed from the movement’s Facebook page.
Sunday, January 21
If wedding plans are in your future, check out Destination RT | Wedding Showcase where newlywed blogger and “The Bachelor” alum AshLee Frazier hosts a tour of an authentic Texas destination in Round Top. There will be b&b London bus tours and a bridal runway show with gowns from Casa de Novia by Carolina Herrera, Monique Lhuillier, Oscar de la Renta, Vera Wang and more.
Get your tickets here ($10): https://www.eventbrite.com/e/destination-rt-wedding-showcase-bb-tour-runway-show-with-ashlee-frazier-tickets-39675960867.
Pamper your body and soul with Yoga in the Forest as Body & Brain in Conroe hosts a class at W.G. Jones State Forest (Conroe, Texas 77384). Start with a mindful walk through the lush landscape with a stop along the way for yoga and stretching, followed by a few more activities on the way back to the meeting point. 3–4:30pm.
Work out with Sphere in Evelyn’s Park. Run, kick, set goals and score when you kick it with Sphere, the fitness phenom inspired by soccer, designed by former Dynamo player Michael Chabala. The full-body workout is fun and beneficial, classes are designed to be team inspired but individually focused for all players and abilities. MINI is designed to do with your mini (ages 4–8) for a new kick to family fitness.
9–9:45am | 4400 Bellaire Blvd., Bellaire, TX https://evelynspark.org/events/soccer-park-sphere-0