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Where’s Waldo? Glass Truck Tour!

Children's Museum of Houston 1500 Binz, Houston

Where's Waldo? Glass Truck Tour! Universal Kids – the TV Network that playfully celebrates kids’ everyday adventures – will stop by Houston for an interactive family-friendly tour on Saturday, July 13th in support of the new series, Where’s Waldo?, from DreamWorks Animation. The tour will travel to select U.S. cities through July 13th, leading up to the premiere of Where’s Waldo? on July 20th at 10 am ET/PT on Universal Kids. Families will have the opportunity to experience exclusive Where’s Waldo? content including: A sneak peek episode of Where’s Waldo?A Where’s Waldo? activity book A “Wandering Waldo” to explore and discover each city LOCATION ORGANIZER


Yoga @ Levy Park

Levy Park 3801 Eastside St, Houston

Yoga @ Levy Park Bayou Bliss Yoga presents a low-impact physical and spiritual fitness program which includes breath control, simple meditation, and bodily postures focused on improving physical flexibility, strength, and mental relaxation. This hour-long program is open to Yogis of all levels.  Y­­­oga mats and yoga blocks are provided by Levy Park for your convenience. 


Second Saturday Settlers at Jesse H. Jones Park

Jesse H. Jones Park & Nature Center 20634 Kenswick Drive, Humble

Second Saturday Settlers at Jesse H. Jones Park Each second Saturday has a historical focus. June is about Woodworking. Visit Redbud Hill Homestead and watch woodworkers use the froe, draw knife, lathe, and other tools to transform raw materials into useful items. Join staff and volunteers as they demonstrate the daily chores of early Texas settler life. In July you can learn about Pioneer Tools. Come watch as staff and volunteers demonstrate the use of many tools in the trades and crafts of early Texas settlers at Redbud Hill Homestead. August is all about homestead fun. Sample homemade ice cream and watermelon, play old-fashioned games,


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