This Weekend in Houston: Jan. 11-15, 2018

Happy Long Weekend Houston! – Jan. 11-15, 2018

Hope you haven’t gotten back into a new semester schedule because school’s out on Monday! Here are some things to do in Houston, this weekend, Jan. 11-15, 2018. And, check out our camp page, many of them also offer a one day MLK, Jr. Day camp.

Be sure to check out the complete GHM calendar and join us as we start a new season’s Book Club!

Happy long weekend!


Thursday, Jan. 11

An Illiad (Mainstreet Theater)

Bank of America Screen on the Green: Rent (Downtown, Discovery Green); FREE

Zoo Lights (Med Center) – LAST WEEKEND ONLY $5

Friday, Jan. 12

An Illiad (Mainstreet Theater)

Hello, Trees! A Walking Serenade (Downtown), Free – until Feb. 25

Houston International Boat Show (SW Houston, NRG)

ICE at Discovery Green (Downtown)

Zoo Lights (Med Center) – LAST WEEKEND ONLY $9

Saturday, Jan. 13

An Illiad (Mainstreet Theater)

12th Annual MLK Youth Parade (Midtown), Free

ArtWalk at The Grand: “Color Extravaganza” – Works by Raquel R. Kreipe (Galveston)

Hello, Trees! A Walking Serenade (Downtown), Free – until Feb. 25

Houston International Boat Show (SW Houston, NRG)

ICE at Discovery Green (Downtown)

Monster Energy AMA Supercross (NRG Center)

Ocean Star Offshore Energy Center Family Days – Islands of Life (Galveston)

Samantha Brown’s Places to Love – episode #1 is Houston and it airs from 1-3 p.m. on PBS

Texas Art Asylum – Harry Potter Themed Art Show (SE Houston)

“The Official Blues Brothers Revue” (Galveston)

Zoo Lights (Med Center) –  – LAST WEEKEND ONLY $9


Sunday, Jan. 14

An Illiad (Mainstreet Theater)

Family Zone at MFAH, 1-4 p.m. – (will resume in January)

Hello, Trees! A Walking Serenade (Downtown), Free – until Feb. 25

Houston International Boat Show (SW Houston, NRG) 

Houston Skating Starz (Downtown, Discovery Green) – FREE

ICE at Discovery Green (Downtown)

Texas Art Asylum – Harry Potter Themed Art Show (SE Houston)

Zoo Lights (Med Center) – LAST WEEKEND ONLY $9

P.S. If you’re looking to avoid crowds then stay away from Downtown today is the Chevron Houston Marathon, expect 250,000+ Houstonions and visitors to be inundating the city

Monday, Jan. 15 – MLK, Jr. Day

40th Annual “Original” MLK, Jr Birthday Parade & Holiday Celebration (Downtown, Minute Maid Park)

Lone Star Flight Museum – Free Admission for Kids (SE Houston)

Lone Star Flight Museum Scout Day (SE Houston)

Neil deGrasse Tyson: Cosmic Collisions (Downtown, Jones Hall)

 

Have a Great Weekend!


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