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Can you crack the mystery at Art Heist? (Photo courtesy of Society of the Performing Arts)
Art Heist: A True Crime Walking Experience
Become a detective for an evening and be immersed in this family-friendly, walking theater experience in Downtown Houston. Park at the George R. Brown Convention Center and meet at Wings Over Water A cast of interesting character will lead you from clue to clue. So put on your thinking cap!
Emergency Food Drive for Kids Meals Inc.
Memorial City is hosting an Emergency Food Drive, which will benefit Kids’ Meals by helping to provide food to Houston children affected by Winter Storm Uri. At collection bins inside Memorial City Mall, the community can donate non-perishable food items including: Chewy granola bars, no sugar added fruit cups, vienna sausages, applesauce, crackers, pretzels, zero sugar fruit snacks, and individual peanut butter packets.
Stories of Survival: Object. Image. Memory.
Stories of Survival: Object. Image. Memory. is an exhibition showcasing more than 40 personal artifacts brought to America by Survivors of the Holocaust and other genocides. The exhibition will explore the relationship between objects, their meaning to the original owner, and subsequent significance. Each is paired with photos by Jim Lommasson, a renowned documentarian.
Practice your piano skills this weekend in Levy Park. (Photo courtesy of Levy Park)
Public Piano Play
Come out and enjoy our outdoor solar-powered piano, fun and free for all to practice their skills!
Prelude Concert Series
This 45 minute music experience is geared toward babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and the grownups who love them. Prelude Music Classes for Children’s curriculum is geared towards children and allows creativity, self-expression and development through a variety of musical styles arranged and pitched for children.
Check out our events calendar to see what else is going on this weekend.
Editor's note: Before you head out, be sure to check event sites to monitor any Covid- or weather-related changes.