Friday, March 8, 8 pm: Moon Over Buffalo opens at Upstage Theater
- “Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of a theatrical production? Ever wondered if what happens backstage is half as interesting as what you see out front? Well, wonder no more! UpStage's latest production is the hilarious Ken Ludwig comedy, Moon Over Buffalo.
- Set in the 1950s, MOB tells the tale of the Hay family; a has-been husband-and-wife acting team and their daughter Roz who left for a "normal" life. Love quadrangles, mistaken identities, slamming doors and hijinks galore ensue. The Broadway premiere of this show lured Carol Burnett out of retirement to play the female lead.”
- MOB runs Friday and Saturday nights at 8pm through March 23. There will be a special 2pm “Pay what you wish” Sunday matinee on St. Patrick's Day, March 17.
- Directed by Shawn Havranek and features Marc Abramson, John Carmona, Jaci Jeane, Jennifer Leaton, Carolyn Montgomery, Roger Palomino, Samantha Walker, and Matt Zipko.
- Purchase tickets to this show by clicking here, or you can make reservations by calling 713-838-7191. $15 ($12 for students, seniors and groups)
- 1703 Heights Blvd
Saturday, March 9, 12pm- 4 pm: Second Saturday Craftacular
- The market is small but the love is big! Come check out amazing local artists and crafters outside of Hello-Lucky at 1025 Studewood
- This month’s vendors: Tiny Deer Studio, 1+2=Love, Elaine Bradford, Prettyblaq Jewels, Fab Jewelry, Wee Hollow, Lisa Chow, Orange is the Sun, Kelly Kielsmeier, S&G Farms, Mod-Tops, Forgotten Arts Clothing
Saturday, March 9, 7 pm: The Flyin’ A’s at Rouse House
- There are actually still some seats available for you to see these rising stars of the Texas Music scene.
- RSVPs are required due to limited seating and will be on a "first come/first served" basis. Rouse House will be limiting attendance to 60 people and this show will sell out.
- To RSVP, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Suggested honorarium of $20 per person, which can be paid by cash. All proceeds go to the performing artists. CDs are usually available for sale during intermission.
- Please arrive between 6:15 pm and 7:15 pm for potluck dinner prior to the concert. They provide coffee and lemonade but please bring your choice of beverage should you prefer something else. We have wine glasses for those who wish to bring wine.
- Music will begin at 7:30 pm.
- Performances are presented at the house of Deb Rouse and Lindsey Lee, here in the lovely Houston Heights.
Saturday, March 9, 3pm - 4 pm: Opera In The Heights offering Free Program for Young Audiences
- The company will be presenting "This Opera's For You," their special one hour interactive lecture/demonstration about opera.
- Jessica Jones (this season's Desdemona in "Otello" ) will perform.
- IMPORTANT: This is not at Lambert Hall. The event will be held at Bellaire City Library, 5111 Jessamine
Sunday, March 10, 1 pm: The Billy Pilgrim Traveling Library at Style Cycle
- The Billy Pilgrim Traveling Library is a Houston-based non-profit traveling library and bookmobile-for-hire. It’s a really cool concept.
- Check them out online http://thebptl.com/
Monday, March 11, 6:30pm -8pm: Next Meeting of the Houston Heights Association
Hosted at Houston Heights Fire Station & City Hall -Yale at West 12th
The meeting will cover the Blueprint Houston presentation.
Tuesday, March 12, 7 pm: Black Tea Class by The Path of Tea
- Join Chris McKann, The Path of Tea owner and Tea guru to taste, smell and explore everything you ever wanted to know about Black Tea.
- $25 per person and space is limited.
- Extra Bonus: Get your hands on Thia's "Your Path of Tea" book/journal available at One Green Street and The Path of Tea
- RSVP here
- 3423 White Oak
Friday, March 15, from 6pm -8 pm: Fresh Arts presents Cats, Bunnies, and The Surface Value of It All
- Art lovers are invited to meet the artists at a free opening reception on at the Fresh Arts gallery, located at 2101 Winter Street, Studio B1. This exhibition of portraits by Lynn Lane and Melanie Loew seeks to understand the dynamic relationship between humans and animals, specifically cats and bunnies, through a series of straightforward- and occasionally funny- portraits.
- Loew says about the exhibition,"It's just not that deep. They are what they are. 'Surface value...' means there is nothing to dig up."
- RSVP here
Saturday, March 16, 12pm- 4pm: Kiss The Blarney Hound
Friday, March 22, 6pm- 10 pm: All Fired Up on 19th St
Ceramic Show Block Party
- Join Shop Heights 19th for an art block party celebrating local ceramic artists. All of our stores will be open and hosting a local ceramic artist with refreshments and music. This event will coincide with NCECA the National Council on Education for Ceramic Arts who will be holding their conference here in Houston. Two of the premiere shows for this event will be on the street at 18 Hands Gallery and Gallery M Squared.
Saturday, March 23, 11am-2pm: Vineyard Church of Houston's Bubblefest
- For children ages 3-12 years at the Hogg Middle School Spark Park.
- Bubblefest was voted one of the Heights' best events last year. There will be bubble everything; bubble foam pits, games, face painting, a bubble prince and princess, and bubble contests.
- Kids should wear play clothes that can get dirty and bring a towel to wipe off bubbles!
- Questions? Email Jill@houstonvineyard.org