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AsiaFest combines culinary, cultural, craft and performance elements to offer a fun day for the whole family.
Happy Friday! Here are some fun events going on this weekend.
Lilo and Stitch Movie Night
Come out to Levy Park to watch Lilo and Stitch for Family Movie Night co-hosted by Texas Children’s Hospital.
Seussical the Musical
Continuing a 50-year tradition, The Miller Outdoor Theatre is presenting a show presented by TUTS. Seussical the Musical is a Dr. Seuss-inspired Broadway hit, and it will be available for viewing at the theatre until July 21
ExxonMobil Summer Symphony Nights
Experience the ExxonMobil Summer Symphony Nights at the Miller Outdoor Theatre. Listen to performances from lead conductor Dalia Stasevska.
Celebrate Asian culture with your family at the Asia Society through unique culinary delights, shopping, song and dance and games. Performances will run all day, including Indian folk dance, Polynesian song and dance, and Taiwanese dragon dances.
Alley Theatre Day 2019
Enjoy a performance of The Three Musketeers, a behind-the-scenes look at the Alley Theatre, a sword-fighting workshop given by Houston Sword Sports and more. Children under the age of 6 are not permitted in the Alley Theatre.
The Woodlands Margarita Festival
Bring friends ages 21 and over to enjoy 15 different flavors of margaritas as well as live performances and various vendors. Only those with a valid 21 ID will be admitted into the festival, and no infants, strollers, or pets will be allowed into the celebration.
Bank of America’s Screen on the Green: Mean Girls
Dress in pink and head to Discovery Green to watch Mean Girls, a comedy in which Cady Heron befriends the Plastics, a popular clique at her school. Cady adjusts to public school after being homeschooled all her life, but Cady’s friendship with the clique might be in jeopardy after she falls for Aaron Samuels, the ex-boyfriend of the Plastics leader Regina George.