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Friday, June 9, 2017

• Midtown Father’s Day Market at Bagby Park – Find the perfect gift for your dad at this market in Bagby Park featuring local artists and vendors. 11am to 7pm.
• Gallery Talk: Art at Noon with Ryan Dennis at CAMH – Join Project Row Houses’ Public Art Director and Curator Ryan Dennis for a discussion on the work of artist Paul Ramírez Jonas at CAMH followed by a light lunch. Noon.
• Matilda in Concert at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – The Houston Symphony will put live music to a screening of Matilda at this family-friendly event in The Woodlands. Select seats are free. 6:30pm.
• 555 Art Show & Contest at Rockstar Gallery | FREE – Mix, mingle, and vote on your favorite art, all sized at 5×5 and available for $55 or less, at the June edition of this monthly art competition. Complimentary beer will be available. 7pm to 9:30pm.
• Rienzi Reels presents Jane Austen’s Persuasion Movie Screening in Rienzi’s Camellia Garden – Catch the 1995 film starring Amanda Root and Ciarán Hinds under the stars, surrounded by Rienzi’s lush gardens. Explore Rienzi’s collections beforehand and enjoy refreshments before and during the show. $15; $12 for MFAH members. 7:30pm to 10:30pm. Film at 8:45pm.
• Freaky Friday at Alley Theatre – The Mary Rodgers novel and Disney classic Freaky Friday comes to life as a hilarious musical on the stage of Alley Theatre. Tickets start at $33, but you may find limited discounted tickets for $26. 8pm.
• The Pancakes & Booze Art Show at Warehouse Live – Stuff your face with pancakes at this late night art show with live body painting, DJs, and live music at Warehouse Live. Tickets start at $7. 8pm.
• Sister Act at Playhouse 1960 – Playhouse 1960 brings the Tony-nominated Sister Act to the stage. Expect a lot of soulful gospel music in this performance. $18; limited discounted $9 tickets available. 8pm.
• Wine and Food Week in The Woodlands | Daily – Attend a wine dinner, enjoy one of the many tastings, hear from a panel of women winemakers, stop by Sips, Suds & Tacos for perfectly paired bites, nosh on a brunch of oysters and champagne, and sample food from some of the best local chefs. Tickets start at $20. Locations and times vary daily.
• The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance at Stages Theatre | Daily – Catch the regional premiere of The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, a story of a man who makes an enemy of the vicious outlaw Liberty Valance, playing at Stages Theatre. Tickets start at $21; limited discounted tickets starting at $17.50 available. Thursday 7:30pm; Friday and Saturday 8pm; Sunday 2pm.
• Native Gardens at Main Street Theater | Daily – See what happens with neighbors go from kind to entitled as disagreements over a property line get blown out of proportion in Native Gardens playing at Main Street Theater. $39; limited discounted $19.50 tickets available. Thursday to Saturday 7:30pm; Sunday 3pm.
• 1984 at Obsidian Theater | Daily – See the Houston premiere of 1984, a play based on George Orwell’s novel of the same name, at Obsidian Theater. Tickets start at $15. Thursday to Saturday 8pm; Sunday 3pm.
• La Bayadère at the Wortham Theater Center | Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday – Houston Ballet will perform its take on the classic Russian ballet La Bayadère at The Wortham. Tickets start at $25. Thursday and Saturday 7:30pm; Sunday 2pm.
• Once on This Island at Miller Outdoor Theatre | Thursday to Saturday | FREE – Produced by TUTS Humphreys School, this Caribbean adaptation of The Little Mermaid will come to Miller Outdoor Theatre for four free performances. Thursday 11am; Friday 11am and 8:15pm; Saturday 8:15pm.
• Houston Astros vs. Los Angeles Angels at Minute Maid Park | Friday to Sunday – Get loud for the Astros when they take the field to play the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in this three game series at Minute Maid Park. Tickets start at $15, but you may find cheaper or better seats on TicketNetwork’s resale site. Friday 7:10pm; Saturday 3:10pm; Sunday 1:10pm.

Saturday, June 10, 2017

• A Step Forward for Hispanic Women 5K in Memorial – Walk or run this 5k that benefits Wellness for Growth, a foundation that empowers underprivileged Hispanic women through wellness and skills education. Registration starts at $15. 6:15am.
• Galveston Pride Beach Bash | FREE – Celebrate Pride with the LGBT community on East Beach in Galveston with DJs, a drag show, food and more. 9am to 7pm.
• Hire Houston Youth Job Fair at Southwest Multi-Service Center | FREE – Apply, and maybe even get hired, for a summer job at this Hire Houston Youth on-the-spot hiring event. 10am to 3pm.
• Lake Houston Arts Festival at Town Center Park – Shop for art and gifts at this festival with more than 100 vendors at Kingwood Town Center. $5. 10am to 8pm.
• The Texas Taco, Tequila and Margarita Festival at Preservation Park – Nosh on tacos from more than 30 vendors, taste tequila, sample margs frozen and on the rocks in over 30 flavors, and enjoy live music from Los Skarnales, Jenny and the Mexicats, and more at this festival in Spring. Tickets start at $15. 1pm to 11pm.
• The World According to Snoopy at The Hobby Center – Watch the Peanuts characters come to life when The World According to Snoopy plays at The Hobby Center. Tickets start at $28.75, but you may find limited discounted tickets. 2pm.
• 23rd Anniversary at Saint Arnold Brewing Company – Celebrate 23 years of craft beer from Saint Arnold with lots of live music and beer at the brewery. Tickets start at $10. 4pm to 11pm.
• The Market at Sawyer Yards – Shop a curated selection of specialty foods, folk art, and artisan crafts during this market hosted by The Washington Avenue Arts District. 6pm to 10pm.
• Texas Music Festival at the UH Moores Opera House – Orchestra fellows from the University of Houston Moores School of Music will perform with conductor Franz Anton Krager, soprano Cynthia Clayton, and Jeb Mueller as part of the Texas Music Festival series. Entertainment and a lecture will precede the concert beginning at 6:30pm. Tickets start at $20. 7:30pm.
• Circus 1903: The Golden Age of Circus at Jones Hall – Step right up to see the greatest show on Earth when Circus 1903 brings the show to Houston with high flying acrobats, contortionists, and the world’s largest performing elephant. Tickets start at $38, but you may find limited discounted tickets starting at $24. 7:30pm.
• The Fab 5 in Concert at Sambuca – Beatles tribute band The Fab 5 will bring classic tunes to Sambuca for this Saturday evening performance. 8:15pm.
• Moana Screening at Sugar Land Town Square | FREE – Bring a few lawn chairs and settle in to watch Disney’s Moana at Sugar Land’s Town Square. 8:30pm.
• The Late Show at Prohibition Supperclub & Bar – Go back to the 1920s when the Moonlight Dolls take the stage at Prohibition Supperclub & Bar for this tastefully suggestive performance. $40; limited discounted $24 tickets available. 11:30pm.
• Pop Shop Houston Summer Festival at Silver Street Studios | Saturday and Sunday – Shop for handmade goods, enjoy a fashion show, check out the complimentary beauty bar, DIYs, small bites, art exhibitions, and more at this two day shopping festival at Silver Street. $8. Saturday 10am to 8pm; Sunday 11am to 5pm.

Sunday, June 11, 2017

• Yoga with Cats at El Gato Coffeehouse – Get all the feels at this 45-minute yoga class followed by 30 minutes of playtime with cats at El Gato Coffeehouse. $22. 12:30pm.
• Rare Cellar Tasting at Saint Arnold Brewing Company – Saint Arnold’s 23rd Anniversary celebration continues with a rare cellar tasting at the brewery. $60. 2pm to 4:30pm.
• Picnic in the Park at Minute Maid Park – Stick around after the Astros game for a barbecue picnic buffet, kids activities, an autograph session, and photos with Orbit. Tickets start at $50. 5pm.
• Lemonade Day at CityCentre – Help raise funds for children’s cancer research by heading to the CityCentre Plaza to purchase a cup of lemonade. 5pm to 8pm.
• Metallica in Concert at NRG – Head bang to music from heavy metal band Metallica when their Tour comes to NRG. Tickets start at $55.50, but you may find cheaper or better seats on TicketNetwork’s resale site. 6pm.
• Poké Showdown at Bar Bleu – Bar Bleu will host this chef throwdown featuring restaurants like Moku Bar and Ra Sushi to see who can make the best poké dish. Tickets start at $30. 6pm to 10pm.
• George Springer Bowling Benefit at Lucky Strike – Join Astros outfielder George Springer and other celebrity athletes for this bowling tournament and reception that benefits Camp SAY at Lucky Strike. Tickets start at $200. 7:30pm.


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Summer is almost here! For many, Memorial Day is the start of warm weather, shorts, sun, parties…and lots and lots of delicious food.
If you’re headed to a barbecue this weekend, have fun! Eat well! But…know that you can enjoy yourself and manage to still fit into those shorts and cute summer dresses.

Here are a few healthy Memorial Day tips:

1. Snack before you go. Why? Because if you show up starving, you’ll overeat. Not only that, but you’ll more than likely choose the higher-calorie and higher-fat foods. Also, if you force yourself to not eat all day prior to a party, you’ll slow down your metabolism, meaning that you’ll potentially gain more weight as you’re eating those second and third helpings of potato salad and burgers.

2. Look around you. Check out ALL your food options before you decide what to eat. This will help you make more sensible choices, and eat a more balanced meal.

3. Balance out your plate. Choose one serving of lean protein, preferably barbecue chicken or fish. Then choose some healthy grilled vegetables, tomato slices and/or salad. Try to only take a smaller portion of higher-calorie options. Then…enjoy!

4. Rethink your drink. Eat something before you have your first drink, since it’ll help you consume less calories from alcohol, but it’ll help you maintain more control over how much you drink and eat.

5. Stop eating. After that first plate, go enjoy the other great thing about parties…the guests! Enjoy conversations, play games, dance, and make the most of everything the barbecue has to offer.

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