Postponed - Free Czech Language Classes If you want to have fun and learn how to better speak the Czech language then you should come to the Czech Center Museum Houston, located at 4920 San Jacinto St. in Houston, on Monday nights. Our class welcomes beginners and advanced Czech speakers. Classes are on-going and can be joined at anytime. The only prerequisite for the classes is an interest in the Czech language and culture. Classes are free for members and the materials are provided by the organization. If you have questions about the Czech language classes send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org Free Czech language classes
Tai Chi Join us at Levy Park with the Four Dragon’s Institute for Tai Chi and Meditation every Thursday at 9 am. Practice Tai Chi to connect and focus the body and mind with slow, low-impact gentle movements and stretches. Open to all ages and levels, this class is great for those who want to de-stress, find their inner peace, and increase overall health. Yoga mats are provided for your convenience.
Listen to a story every Friday morning in the McGovern Centennial Garden’s Family Garden.
Birding For Beginners at Lake Houston Wilderness Park Birds are beautiful and quick. Learning defining features and common bird calls can help you better identify birds in your backyard before they disappear. Free with park admission. All programs require adult supervision for youth under 17. Reservation required. Location & Information
Wunderlich Farm Market and Museum Days Join us and step back in time as you shop local merchants at the Wunderlich Farm Market. This is the only market on an actual farmstead. Explore history and shop local vendors all under 150 year old trees. Open Jan 25, Feb 29th, March 28th, April 25th and May 30th. Always FreeMarket is 10 am – 2 pmMuseum is open till 3 pmAfter you shop interact with our costumed interpreters. DETAILS & LOCATION
ArtWalk Since 1986, the Galveston Arts Center has been the proud organizer of ArtWalk. Held eight times a year on Saturday evenings in the historic district, ArtWalk is a self-guided walking tour of downtown art galleries, studios, and exhibition spaces – both commercial and non-profit, along with alternative art venues such as cafes and shops featuring refreshments and a chance to meet regional artists and collectors. ArtWalk supports our vibrant community and connects a diverse assortment of local places to see, learn about, and purchase original art. LOCATION & INFORMATION