Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Heights Happenings: February 29 - March 5, 2012

Thursday, March 1, 5pm -7pm: The Green Show reception at Hello-Lucky

Jennifer DeDonato's beautiful work made from reclaimed matchbook covers
  • The store is changing it up with new work by Mitch Cohen, Jennifer Dedonato, and Frances Trotter
  • Mingle, have a drink with and check out their great rodeo ready wear too!
  • 1025 Studewood
  • And don't forget Second Saturday Craftacular will be the following weekend, March 10, noon to 4 pm outside the shop. Support local!
Friday, March 2, 5:30 pm- 8 pm: Join Write Now! to celebrate Texas Independence Day
  • Write Now is having a Texas Independence Day party and you're invited! 
  • Join Shanna and friends for Texas wines and Texas treats. There will be Texas music and lots of fun!
  • 3122 White Oak
Saturday, March 3, 11 am- 2 pm: Annie and Daddy Warbucks at Beck's Prime
  • Beck's is partnering with TUTS to celebrate their current production of Annie. The 2 main characters of this timeless production will be at the Beck's for photo ops.
  • 115 W 19th
Saturday, March 3, 6pm -8:30 pm: Beatniks presents Arthur Bates: 1000% RASTA

  • The imagery of Arthur Bates' paintings is a hallucination of figures, faces, animals. This imagined world is a bubble of abstract fields melding into cartoons melding into canvas. Simple lines become so dense that it creates an illusion often confusing to the eye.  Arthur works in pencil, ink, acrylic, marker, collage, and silkscreen.
  • Arthur works in both visual art and music. He performs with two bands The Energy and Wicked Poseur, and is the songwriter for Wicked Poseur.  
  • 709 E. 11th St.
Tuesday, March 13, 10 am - 12:30 pm: Veggie Kids in the Kitchen Hands-on Cooking Class for kids age 6-12
  • "Introducing fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and legumes to children as early as possible increases the likelihood that they will choose and prefer those foods throughout their lives. These four food groups provide excellent nutrition for growing bodies."
  • Kids will be well supervised during this wonderful hands-on cooking class. They will get a nutrition lesson as well as a recipe booklet to take home.
  • Instructor Karuna Diedericks recently completed the Food For Life Instructor training through the Cancer Project in Washington, DC. There she participated in the "The Power of Food for Kids" class series to educate children to form healthful habits they can carry well into adulthood. As a busy mom, she knows the challenge of creating healthy meals that kids will eat. Her four-year-old daughter, Sundari, loves helping in the kitchen. Sundari's favorite vegetable at the moment is kale (raw and cooked)!
  • Cost: $45
  • All vegan recipes, using fresh organic ingredients.
  • NiaMoves, 508 Pecore in the house
  • Questions or to Register: Karuna at 281-546-9698 or
Looky what D'Amico's on White Oak is offering:

If there is one thing I can eat a lot of, it's spaghetti and meatballs! As an Italian American whose Grandma made the best sauce ever, I can say theirs is pretty decent, too.

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