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All films at the Houston Latino Film Festival will be shown with English subtitles or in English. (Photo courtsey of Pablo Croce)
Table Tennis Tournament
March Madness isn’t the only tournament happening this weekend! Meet at the ping pong tables neat the activities lawn 15 minutes before the tournament starts to get on the bracket. Paddles and balls are provided. Come ready to play!
Public Piano Play
Come out and enjoy our outdoor solar-powered piano, fun and free for all to practice their skills!
5th Annual Houston Latino Film Festival
Moonstruck Drive-In Cinema and The Houston Latino Film Festival have partnered up to debut programming to promote and increase awareness of Latino culture. The film festival runs for two weekends and will be showing five different movies.
This free exhibition at the University of Houston features large-scale sculptures by seven contemporary artists, all spread out throughout the University’s campus. The artists each draw inspiration from Color Field painting, a form of abstraction that relies heavily on color and flat surfaces. This exhibition is on view through May.
To Everything a Season
The Houston Chamber Choir has taken their season online this year. To Everything a Season will be available online, accessible from any location in the world. Tune in this weekend for A Time to Journey Inward.
Live Music in the Plaza
Come enjoy live music in the Plaza at CITYCENTRE! This weekend, hear David Gallego, Justin Pena, and Zach Meeks sing and play.
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.