What is Houston Restaurant Weeks? "Houston Restaurant Weeks is the largest annual fundraiser for America's largest food bank, the Houston Food Bank. The now month-long charity dining extravaganza features specially priced lunches, brunches and dinners at restaurants from The Woodlands to Galveston, Texas. Participating restaurants make donations based upon how many brunches, lunches and dinners they sell during the event, diners are not solicited for donations. The event includes restaurants located in Harris, Galveston and Montgomery counties." - HRW When is It? Many cities have 'Restaurant Week' but everything is bigger in Texas and Houston's has expanded to be a month (plus) long celebration. It
From the organizer: Teachers and informal educators are invited to join HCP3 staff for a workshop to engage young people in learning about ecology and wildlife using the fun, hands-on educational activities in Project Aquatic WILD. Activities are adaptable for all grade levels, integrated with core subject curricula, and designed to stimulate conversations about ecological conservation. Earn TEA-certified 6 hours of CPE and TEEAC Credit.
From the organizer: Moody Gardens Home School Days The Learn Wild! Home School School Programs are geared towards learners of all ages. Participants check in at 9:30 am at the 3-D theater for a private 10 am movie showing with educator discussions. After the movie, participants go to the corresponding attraction for more educational program activities and self-discovery. Specific grade level educational materials are available for download during the “Learn Wild” program that correlates to the movie for continued home based learning. These 2 half hour programs start promptly at 10:00am on the dates below: Upcoming Dates: April 4, 2022 - Cool Down: Chill with Cold Ocean
From the organizer: Houston Shakespeare Festival The Houston Shakespeare Festival debuted in 1975 when Dr. Sidney Berger, then director of the School of Theatre at the University of Houston, met with UH administrators and the Miller Theatre Advisory Board to enlist support for a two-production season of Shakespeare’s works to be played in repertory on Miller Theatre’s bill. Berger and UH theatre professor Cecil Pickett went on to direct a pair of plays each summer, performing free to the public at Hermann Park’s Miller Outdoor Theatre in this unique collaboration between a city and a university. Tickets are available online 1-2 days in advance of performances. Schedule: King Lear