- The Heights Branch of the Houston Public Library offers free classes. You can learn how to create a PowerPoint presentation (all ages) on Saturday, or on Monday at 12pm, you can learn computer basics: the main parts of a computer, the keyboard, and how to use the mouse. It also defines common computer terminology such as program, data, network, etc.
Saturday, June 6, 6pm-10pm: 1st Saturday Arts Market
- 548 West 19th Street, every 1st Saturday. Inthis open air market, you can find local artists, jewelers, painters, pottery, photography, fiber arts and great stuff from area farmers markets such as homemade soaps, breads and preserves.
Saturday, June 6: Heights Fun Run
- The 24th Annual Heights Fun Run! For more information or to register, visit the Heights Association webpage HERE
Saturday, June 13: Crawl For Cancer Benefit
On the Horizon: Summer Filmmaking Experience for Kids
- Join more than 500 people to "pub crawl" through Midtown raising money for Harris County Hospital District's Breast Cancer Center of Excellence. Teams of ten people will hit 5 Midtown bars between 1pm and 5 pm, and are then invited to an afterparty at Rich's until 8pm. The Crawl For Cancer is well established in several cities, including Dallas and Austin. This will be Houston's first Crawl! For more information on starting a team and participating bars, visit the Web site: http://www.crawlforcancer.org/
- July 20-24 from 9AM-1PM; Sign your kids (ages 9-12) up for the Aurora Picture Show filmmaking camp! Aurora's youth filmmaking camp teaches hands-on narrative and experimental techniques using digital video from professional filmmaker, Mike Akel. Campers use the Aurora office and Menil neighborhood to develop, produce and edit their own short films. Working collaboratively on 5-10 minute digital video projects, students are not only exposed to filmmaking techniques but also explore less traditional film and video. Finished films are screened for family and friends at a culminating Friday night showcase at the Aurora Picture Show office.