Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Heights Happenings: May 12- May 25, 2010

This weekend St. Andrew's in the Heights will host two great events. For additional information, you can visit St Andrews' Website. 1819 Heights Blvd

Friday, May 14, 69- PM: Gary J. Hernandez School of Art Exhibit

  • The students of the Gary J. Hernandez School of Fine Art will display their works in the Parish Hall Gallery at St. Andrew's.
  • Wine and snacks will be served at this casual event and, as always, guests can feel free to stay the evening or simply drop by for a quick look.
  • All are welcome! A preview of the works to be shown is available at

Saturday, May 15, 10 AM- 5 PM: St. Andrews Spring Bazaar
  • More than 50 artists, crafters, and specialty vendors will showcase and sell their wares.
  • The event will run rain or shine, and will offer wonderful shopping, food, music & fun! Items on hand will include handcrafted jewelry, accessories and toys for babies and children, unique art and home decor, handmade clothing, purses and accessories, old-fashioned quilts, yard art, photgraphy, gourmet foods, health and beauty products, and much, much more! Music from groups including the Reagan High School Jazz Band will add to the festivities.
  • Admission is free


Friday, May 21, 4- 8 PM: Opening of Paintings/Melanie Millar
  • Heights resident Melanie Millar "incorporates historical ornamental motifs and designs, into otherwise "abstract" paintings." Her next showing will be at Installations Antiques through June 13 with the opening event on Friday, May 21.
  • Installations Antiques, 611 W 22nd Street in the Heights


Saturday, May 15, 2- 8 PM: Houston Art & Culture Art Walk and Scavenger Hunt
  • Betz Gallery will feature "FACES" by artist LORI BETZ
  • Live Music All Day presented by The First Saturday Arts Market Music Stage- Robin Kirby & Myrna Sanders Performing!
  • Beer tasting table hosted by St. Arnolds' Brewery. Margaritas and Tequila tastings by El Gran Jubileo
  • Laurenzo's Restaurant will be offering a taste of the wonderful food from their new restaurant

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