Event Roundup: What to Look Forward to This Weekend
Happy Friday! Hope you all stay warm and enjoy the weekend. Here are some highlights around town:
Houston Home + Garden Show
Browse home-related products and services, connect with industry experts, and enjoy presentations from professionals at the Houston Home + Garden Show, held at NRG Park this Friday-Sunday. Tickets are $8 for adults (when purchased online).
Houston Rockets vs. Toronto Raptors
Root for the Rockets as they take on the Raptors at Toyota Center on Friday, 7 p.m. Tickets start at $19.
Brick Fest Live! Lego Fan Experience
Calling all Lego fans: The Brick Fest Live Lego Fan Experience takes over NRG Saturday, starting at 9 a.m., and Sunday, starting at 10 a.m. Tickets range from $19.99-37.99 and are free for children under 2.
Lantern Festival Night Market at Post HTX
Join Post HTX for two days of festivities with the Lantern Festival Night Market presented by Openair Co. Lantern Festival happens on the first full moon of the lunar cycle. By Asian tradition, it is celebrated by lighting up a lantern and stepping outside to congratulate your community on starting a new year. The schedule includes a range of performances, including lion dances, live music, and more. Tickets range from free to $50, depending on the event.
BLCK Market Marketplace at Karbach Brewing
Celebrate Black History Month with the BLCK History Now! Marketplace at Karbach Brewing Co. on Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Free to attend.
ReelArt Opening Reception for ReelAbilities Houston
ReelAbilities Houston kicks off this weekend with its Opening Reception for ReelArt featuring artists from Celebration Company, an entrepreneurial employment program for adults with disabilities, and featured artist John Bramblitt, a successful painter who happens to be blind. The Opening Reception takes place on Sunday, 1-4 p.m. at Sabine Street Studios.
Intertwined at Houston Botanic Garden
World-renowned artist Steve Tobin’s Intertwined: Exploring Nature’s Networks opened at Houston Botanic Garden last weekend. Featuring 20 monumental sculptures, Tobin’s art elegantly spirals up to 30 feet above the natural beauty of the Houston Botanic Garden. Intertwined, which runs through Aug. 13, dramatically captures the unseen power of the natural world while celebrating the important systems that give life to the Garden’s tropical, sub-tropical, and arid collections.
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