Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Heights Happenings: March 3- March 10, 2011

Friday, March 4, 3 PM- 6PM: Sew Sweet Creations party at Heights Beatniks
  • For the months of March (and possibly longer), Heights Beatniks will be featuring children's clothes and gift items from Beth Philley of Sew Sweet Creations. And because they love a good time, they're throwing a party to celebrate!
  • Beth makes both boys and girls clothing, and accessories like blankets and hair bows. Beatniks will also have great gift items, like bibs and burp cloths.
  • Green Plate Kids will be there serving up turkey sliders, along with light refreshments and other snacks.
  • Also, that evening from 6:00 PM- 8:30 PM, the shop will be celebrating the opening of works by multi-media artist Molly Rodriguez.
Saturday, March 5, 11 AM- 6 PM: 1st Saturday Arts Market, 7th Birthday edition
  • This month marks the 7th year of our wonderful 1st Saturday Arts market! There are some wonderful artists joining the market this month. I would love to give a special shout out to jewelry maker Ann Westby of Petals & Metals. Great jewelry; great person. Wanna know the other artists who will be in attendance: Click here
Saturday, March 5, 4 PM: Mini Mardi Gras at the Big Mamou
  • 4pm-Crawfish Boil. 7pm-Live Music w/ Texas Heat. A real Fa is-do-do at the Mamou!
  • Mardi Gras Bock and Abita Strawberry now available in the cooler.
  • 903 Studewood (great outdoor seating available).
Saturday, March 5, 6:30 PM- 9:30 PM: Happy Belly Studios Grand Opening reception
  • Join the Heights area's newest yoga (and pilates) studio for their grand opening. Offering classes for all levels, hot yoga, private classes and yoga merchandise, Happy Belly wants to help you "Keep your belly happy, keep your Buddha about you."
Sunday, March 6, 5:30 PM: Kolanowski Studio presents musician Kevin So.
  • Kevin first hot the music scene New England around 1995, eventually branching out to Chicago and the Midwest, eventually moving to New York City and releasing the double CD Leaving The Lights On in 2003. In 2007, Kevin won the coveted “Best Music & Lyrics” award at the prestigious New York International Fringe Festival. The following year Kevin released Best Foot Forward, a full-length reconnection with folk and blues, its songs recorded in just three days with the assistance of producer Steve Rapson, who produced Kevin’s first CD, 1996’s Pendulum.
  • Recently, Kevin has toured with Keb' Mo', performing at venues like Carnegie Hall. Kevin has also opened for Joe Cocker, Randy Newman, Little Richard, Billy Bragg, Richie Havens, Amos Lee and more.
  • $20 honorarium. Doors 5:30, food and beverages will be available. Feel free to bring something to share. BYOB. Show starts at 7:00 PM
  • For more information and reservations, contact Greg Kolanowski at

Sunday, March 20, Noon - 3PM: Poets Helping Pets poetry reading at A Peaceful Pet
  • Our furry friends at A Peaceful Pet would love for you to join them for Poets Helping Pets. This unique spring pet charity event will benefit PugHearts of Houston Pug Rescue. A Peaceful Pet is hosting a poetry reading by some of Houston’s best loved poets: John Milkereit, Jill Haugen, Mary Margaret Carlisle, and Ken Jones.
  • All people and polite pets are invited to attend. You may wish to reserve a seat in person at A Peaceful Pet for only $10.00. The proceeds go directly to PugHearts. Seating is very limited.
  • 10% of all pet supply purchases made during the event will be donated and the poets are also contributing some of their proceeds to PugHearts. And, as always, they will have provide refreshments.
  • PugHeart volunteers will be here to accept donations, talk about how you can get involved and accept applications for Pug adoptions. There will be many cute Pugs for you to meet that are looking for forever homes. For more info call 832-549-1730.
  • A donation of $1.00 per each bag of all four flavors of A Peaceful Pet brand treats wil be donated to PugHearts from now through the end of March 2011.

March 1- 20: RODEO REBATE on 19th Street
  • Your beloved 19th St merchants are in a rodeo frame of mind this month!
  • Bring in your Rodeo ticket stub and receive a discount on your purchase or service at participating businesses where you see this sign.
  • Support Local. Go Rodeo Houston!

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