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Amarillo, GardenFest (4/24): GardenFest 2021 will be Saturday, April 24, from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm and we are excited here at the Gardens. We will be selling our one of a kind geraniums.
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Allen, re_engage (2/14 - 4/25): Marriages in any condition can benefit, whether you are struggling to get along, your marriage is broken, or you simply want to grow closer together as a couple.
Alvin, Family Spring Fling (5/8): Join GHFEDS for our annual Family Spring social at Resoft Park in Alvin, Pavilion closest to the playground, on Saturday May 8th from 11am-2pm.
Amarillo, Beatles vs. Stones (5/8): Beatles vs. Stones - two of the greatest bands of all time face off in a high-energy, adrenaline-pumping musical showdown. The Fab Four, represented by tribute band Abbey Road will engage in a barrage
Amarillo, GardenFest (4/24): GardenFest 2021 will be Saturday, April 24, from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm and we are excited here at the Gardens. We will be selling our one of a kind geraniums.
Amarillo, Joseph (4/23 - 4/24): Our Upper School dancers present "Joseph" - the story of a young man used by God to save his people.
Amarillo, Live: Beethoven in Havana (4/23 - 4/24): Maestro Bairos, the orchestra, and special guest artist Joachim Horsley offer a musical journey of classical-Cuban fusion, Gershwin’s bluesy An American in Paris, and Lecuona’s energetic Malagueña.
Arlington, Sour Sundays! (3/7 - 5/30): Come out and enjoy $2 off all sours on Sundays.
Arlington, SWA Saturday Basketball Bootcamp (3/6 - 8/21): Learn from pro basketball player “Spyda” known for his signature dunk on the And1 Streetball Mixtape Tour.
Arlington, The Texas Tenors (5/1): With their Emmy Award winning PBS special now airing across the country, and Billboard chart topping albums, it’s easy to see why The Texas Tenors are America’s favorite new tenors.
Arlington, West Main St Festival (5/8): re you an artist? Are you a songwriter, sculptor, musician, or muralist? Does the idea of citywide music and performing arts events make your heart sing?
Austin, 13th Annual Day at the Races! (5/1): Turtle Creek Conservancy's signature fundraiser, the 13th Annual Day At the Races, will be a Kentucky Derby-themed hybrid event, with both livestream and in-person options.
Austin, 4th Annual Crawfish, Blues and Brews. (4/4 - 5/30): Join us Sunday for Crawfish, BBQ, and Blues with The Larry Harris Band! Come hang out every Sunday ( weather permitting) to eat those delicious mud bugs and jam out to some blues!
Austin, At the Edge of Reality (4/30 - 5/2): At the Edge of Reality is a virtual dance event collaboratively created by dance faculty and student choreographers.
Austin, AYC DF95 Regatta (5/1): AYC DF95 Regatta. Saturday, May 1, 2021 at 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Austin, Beacon of Hope at Home Virtual Event (4/30): Mark your calendar for Friday, April 30 for Beacon of Hope at Home, a virtual luncheon featuring best-selling author and podcast host Nora McInerny.
Austin, Bell, Book and Candle (5/7 - 5/22): In a world where witches can’t fall in love, Gillian Holroyd complicates her situation by casting a spell over Shepherd Henderson out of spite.
Austin, Bluebonnet Photography Workshop (4/24): Watch your images blossom in this special outdoor floral photography workshop at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center.
Austin, Camp Gladiator FREE Workout (2/13 - 12/18): Join us on Saturdays at 9:00 AM for a free community workout with Camp Gladiator! This boot camp type workout will take place on the Central Plaza lawn and is open to anyone over the age of 14+!
Austin, Cantio Polonica: Hidden Gems from the Polish Baroque (5/8): An exemplary selection of Polish Baroque music illustrates this culture’s significant and?little-known?contribution to European?musical practice during the “golden age” of the 17th?and 18th?centuries.
Austin, Concert: The Great Russian Americans (4/24): After a year of lockdowns and virtual recitals, the Russian Speakers' Society of Austin is proud to present to you a concert program "The Great Russian Americans".
Austin, Dallas Afterschool presents Field Day (5/8):
FIELD DAY is a new socially-distanced event that takes participants on an exciting Amazing Race-style adventure throughout Dallas. Join us May 8th for a little friendly competition and A LOT of fu
Austin, Daystream: Nathan Felix - Ribas-Dominicci (4/30): Composer Nathan Felix will premiere Ribas-Dominicci, a new chamber opera inspired by the life of Major Fernando Luis Ribas-Dominicci, a pilot in the United States Air Force who was killed in action du
Austin, Drag Brunch Sunday (3/14 - 5/30): Our crowd favorite hit event, Drag Brunch, comes to you each and every Sunday.
Austin, Guitar (5/8 - 8/1): GUITAR: The Instrument That Rocked The World takes visitors on a fascinating exploration of the science, sound, history, and pop culture behind the world's favorite instrument.
Austin, Kundalini Yoga: Beyond the Basics (5/1 - 6/5): Join us for a 6-session series, exploring the connections between Kundalini teachings and the physiology of meridian lines.
Austin, Landon Bullard Live (3/5 - 4/30): Come join us for great food, great drink, and great music every Thursday.
Austin, Lone Star Farmers Market (3/14 - 12/26): Join us every Sunday from 10am - 2pm on the Central Plaza lawn for the Lone Star Farmers Market.
Austin, Malcolm Bucknall: Solo Show (4/3 - 4/24): Reflecting back through the annals of art history for his 2021 show, Malcolm Bucknall has immersed himself in works by artists such as Hieronymous Bosch and Lucas Cranach the Elder.
Austin, Marian’s Song (4/30): Houston Grand Opera’s 68th world premiere—the HGO-commissioned Marian’s Song, composed by Damien Sneed to a libretto by Deborah D.E.E.P. Mouton—debuted in February 2020.
Austin, Mighty Mujer 2021 & Spring Virtual Race (4/24): Mighty Mujer 2021 is an all-female hybrid event with in-person and virtual options: LIVE bike-run, LIVE run/walk, VIRTUAL triathlon, VIRTUAL bike-run, and VIRTUAL run/walk.
Austin, PAPER VAULT: Drawn: From the Collection of Jack Shear (3/27 - 8/22): Jack Shear has long had an interest in how artists collect the work of other artists. In 1999 he co-organized an exhibition on this topic at New York’s Drawing Center, Drawn from Artist’s Collections.
Austin, Patrick Puckett: Solo Show (5/1 - 5/29): Puckett's paintings are known for their bold colors and strong leisurely figures, executed with confident interaction between paint application, shape, color and texture.
Austin, Ponce: Mexican Piano Music (4/25 - 5/2): The fourth concert of THE PONCE PROJECT Spring Virtual Season presents a selection of some of the most beautiful piano compositions by Manuel M. Ponce.
Austin, Poolside Yoga at The Met (5/1 - 8/28): Welcome to your weekly yoga class at The Metropolis Apartments with certified Yoga instructor Clint! Being mindful of the pandemic, yoga will be taking place poolside.
Austin, Regency Rhythms _ Live Music (3/12 - 6/25): Relax, unwind, and kick off your weekend in style with live music from local musicians each and every Friday from 5-7 PM in Marker 10.
Austin, ROCO In Concert: Flamenco (4/24): The season concludes with livestreamed flair on April 24, 2021 in “Flamenco”, featuring the world premiere of The History of Red.
Austin, Sid’s Studio: Watercolor Landscapes (5/1): One of the featured artists in our upcoming exhibit Visioning the American West, Charles Russell was not just an accomplished oil painter and sculptor but also an avid watercolorist.
Austin, The Subject Tonight is Love: A Video Premiere (5/9): Austin Chamber Ensemble presents its 40th Season with works for soprano and piano showcasing the premiere of Ethan Wickman’s If You Have Not Been Drinking Love with text by Daniel Ladinsky.
Austin, The Tempest (4/30 - 5/8): The Tempest is a play about betrayal, love and forgiveness.
Austin, Yard Marvels (5/1): Explore our yard in this self-guided tour and become friends with sculptures!
Bee Cave, SOFT: a group exhibition (4/24 - 5/28): Contracommon is proud to present SOFT, a group exhibition of textile and fiber works selected from a national call for emerging artists.
Boerne, Boerne Quiltfest (5/1): The City of Boerne Parks and Recreation is teaming with Agricultural Museum & Arts Center and the Hill Country Council for the Arts to bring a colorful and lively twist to Boerne Quiltfest.
Bryan, DSQ + BVSO (5/9): The BVSO takes on a study in contrasts as this concert begins with the interpretive La Création du Monde from Milhaud and flips the switch to a fun “diversion” with Ibert’s Divertissement.
Bryan, Love & Devotion (4/25): Symphonic music combined with a unique take on the jazz genre is what Love & Devotion has in store for you!
Bryan, Three Icons (4/25): Don’t miss Music Director Marcelo Bussiki and the BVSO as we highlight three of history’s most celebrated composers in a concert of enduring masterpieces!
Canyon, Art Out Loud (5/1): Be a part of a new event at Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum that will showcase the diversity of our region.
Canyon, Rocks of the Ages : 75 rocks, minerals, and gems highlighting the dynamic and intense geologic history of this region and beyond.
Cedar Park, Texas Farmers Market at Lakeline (3/6 - 9/25): Yegua Creek Farms brings jams/jellies, fresh and flavored pecans, caramel pecan popcorn and fresh sandwich breads!
College Station, ACP 2021 Short Film Festival (4/23): On April 23, 2021, the Aggie Cinema Project will host its inaugural Short Film Festival at Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheater in College Station.
Corpus Christi, Falco & The Wolf (4/30): Come check out one of the best acoustic duos in all of CC. If you love Seattle Rising, you'll LOVE this duo! Falco & The Wolf start the party inside at 9 PM.
Corpus Christi, Homeschool Day: Eggciting Eggsperiences (4/23): April may bring showers, but we are going to start the month sunny side up at the Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History with our Home School Eggciting Eggsperiences program!
Corpus Christi, íFestival de Mariachi! En la Isla (5/1): To showcase and celebrate mariachi in the Coastal Bend, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi will host its first mariachi festival, Festival de Mariachi en la Isla on Saturday, May 1, 2021.
Corpus Christi, Kneeler Drop (5/1 - 5/29): Get together with other young Catholic adults (ages 18-39) in OLCC's Cafe Veritas to drink coffee, have fellowship, and discuss Sunday's readings. Daily Mass to follow at noon.
Corpus Christi, Kneeler Drop (2/13 - 5/29): Get together with other young Catholic adults (ages 18-39) in OLCC's Cafe Veritas to drink coffee, have fellowship, and discuss Sunday's readings. Daily Mass to follow at noon.
Corpus Christi, Plaza Suite (4/30 - 5/23): A not-so-blissfully wedded couple Sam and Karen Nash, are revisiting their honeymoon suite in an attempt by Karen to bring the love back into their marriage.
Corpus Christi, Pool SUP Fit (4/3 - 5/29): Pool SUP Fit is a full body workout on floating fitness mats. The instability of the mat means you are constantly using your core!
Corpus Christi, Sunday Sunset Meditation (2/7 - 5/30): Let’s gather outside, weather permitting, and socially distanced, to practice 30 minutes of meditation with some informal discussion afterward.
Corpus Christi, TFAA SYWAT Annual Buc Days Tournament (5/1 - 5/2): Join us for our Annual Buc Days Tournament! One stop on the Texas Field Archery Associations'(TFAA) Shoot Your Way Across Texas (SYWAT) events.
Dallas, All Tea, No Shade Drag Brunch (12/26 - 5/29): It’s time for you to join us at The Free Man for “All Tea, No Shade” our new weekly Drag Brunch.
Dallas, ariel rené jackson: Doubt & Imagination (1/30 - 8/22): With Doubt & Imagination, Ariel René Jackson debuts a lyrical film essay, combining poetry, memoir, and research overlaid with in-camera effects.
Dallas, Around the World in 60 Minutes (4/24): Join us for a whirlwind trip around the globe as we feature music & styles representing Italy, Germany, the British Isles, Spain, Russia & more!
Dallas, Barre Classes at Exhale Spa Dallas (2/6 - 6/5): Leave no muscle untouched in this effective total body workout that will tone your muscles and make you shake. (Trust us – it burns so good.) Stand taller. Leave stronger.
Dallas, Cake Ladies (4/3 - 5/15): The world premiere comedy from playwright-in-residence Jonathan Norton (penny candy), written specifically for this special season.
Dallas, Cara Mia Theatre Co. presents ¡Soltar! (4/17 - 4/24): ¡Soltar! is an interactive pageant and procession, marking the spring equinox and a period of hope after 12 months of the pandemic.
Dallas, Chadwick Live at Deep Ellum Distillery (2/6 - 11/27): Chadwick is back at deep Ellum distillery every Saturday 3pm-6pm playing your favorite tunes of all time. Come enjoy one or all the infused Dallas made vodkas.
Dallas, Devoted: Art and Spirituality in Mexico and New Mexico (2/21 - 1/22): Historically, as well as in the present day, depictions of Christ, the Virgin Mary, and numerous saints and other figures have played a vital role in the ceremony and pageantry of Catholicism.
Dallas, George Matta Nights (4/2 - 5/28): Escape to Baboush with classic Arabic tunes from George Matta, a mezze platter (or two) and cocktails.
Dallas, Goofballs Cabaret! (4/24): The New York Goofballs are a riotous group of physical comedians and variety performers who've appeared at top (and big top!) circuses, theaters and festivals around the world.
Dallas, Le Freak LIVE (4/30): Feel like a Dancing Queen while you Boogie Oogie Oogie ALL NIGHT and Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough!
Dallas, liu xiaodong: Borders (1/30 - 5/30): Liu Xiadong: Borders will present a new series of works by the contemporary painter, who has tirelessly documented sociological settings for over thirty years.
Dallas, Lynda Benglis (5/8 - 9/19): Throughout her five-decades-long career, Lynda Benglis has created sculptures in a wide range of materials that explore the physicality of form and its effects on the viewer.
Dallas, Meet Your DFM Neighbors (12/26 - 8/28): Stop by the information booth on the 2nd or 4th weekend of the month, get a cup of coffee and meet your community.
Dallas, Moth to Cloth: Silk in Africa (12/20 - 10/24): Throughout the world, silk is used to make cloth and associated with wealth and status, but this rare, natural fiber is also indigenous to sub-Saharan Africa.
Dallas, New Church Sunday Morning Worship (3/14 - 7/25): Join us on Sunday mornings via Facebook live or our website for worship. You are invited to have bread or cracker and grape juice or wine to celebrate in the Feast of Holy Communion
Dallas, Non-Traditional Class (1/23 - 1/1): This class engages people in all age groups and backgrounds – some are brand new Christians, others have been in the church for many years.
Dallas, Opera Fridays (3/19 - 4/30): Join us every FRIDAY at OPERA Nightclub. 2 floors to party on at the sexiest new 10,000+ sqft venue in the heart of Downtown Dallas.
Dallas, paolo roversi: Birds (1/30 - 8/22): Birds will be the first North American exhibition of legendary fashion photographer Paolo Roversi.
Dallas, Sancha Sundays (1/10 - 11/7): All new "SANCHA SUNDAY'S" come party wityh the hottest latin ladies in the city!
Dallas, Saturday Morning FREE Brewery Yoga! (3/13 - 1/22): It’s free yoga, but here’s the crazy part – it’s at a brewery! Come join us for a fun yoga class, stick around for a pint!
Dallas, Sightings: Magali Reus (5/8 - 9/12): In her second major US show, Dutch-born, London-based artist Magali Reus presents an installation that examines the relationships between people and objects through the distortion of common images.
Dallas, Stretch & Sip (1/16 - 5/15): Get limber with us at 11am every third Saturday of the month for a relaxing and empowering 60 minute yoga class followed by 2 half-pours of your choice at noon!
Dallas, Summer of Sculpture: ZimSculpt (5/1 - 8/8): The Dallas Arboretum presents the return of the international blockbuster exhibit ZimSculpt, a world-renowned collection of hand-selected, modern Zimbabwean stone sculptures.
Dallas, The Music of Sinatra (5/7 - 5/9): Ol’ Blue Eyes, The Chairman of the Board, The Voice, and the epitome of American cool and swagger, Frank Sinatra left behind a legacy that defined American music.
Dallas, White Rock Lake Ruck/Run/Walk (1/23 - 12/18): Why sleep in on Saturday when you could be rucking? Start the day off with some miles and smiles with Team RWB and DFW Rucking Crew!
Dallas, White Rock Lake Ruck/Run/Walk (4/3 - 12/18): Why sleep in on Saturday when you could be rucking? Start the day off with some miles and smiles with Team RWB and DFW Rucking Crew!
Denton, Beginning Watercolor (4/24): Experience the FUN of Watercolor! Geared toward beginners, students will learn basic watercolor techniques. Plan to take home a frame-worthy work of (your own) art.
Denton, Greater Donuts Arts and Crafts (2/20 - 7/17): Find family fun at the art center each month with free donuts, coffee, crafts, and art exhibits to stroll through and discuss with your kids.
Denton, Materials Hard and Soft (2/5 - 5/8): The 34th annual Materials Hard and Soft International Contemporary Craft Competition and Exhibition is a showcase of national and international contemporary craft artists.
Dripping Springs, Gala (5/8): The Gala is the years opening event for the Hill Country Rally for Kids.
El Paso, Lysistrata (4/30): Loosen your collar and come prepared for big laughs and bawdy humor.
El Paso, The Ridge Sunday Worship Service (1/31 - 6/27): Join us for Sunday morning Worship. We will have simultaneous In-Person and Live via Zoom to Facebook Live.
Fort Worth, Aaron Copeland (5/1): Aaron Copeland will be at Magnolia Motor Lounge on Saturday, May 1.
Fort Worth, An-My Lê: On Contested Terrain (4/18 - 8/8): An-My Lê: On Contested Terrain is the first comprehensive survey of the work of Vietnamese-American photographer An-My Lê.
Fort Worth, Annual Crawfish Boil (5/1): Food, fun, and fellowship! Crawfish, jambalaya, beverage, and dessert.
Fort Worth, Carlos Ramos LIVE at Pouring Glory (4/30): Come out for an evening of great food, great beer, and great entertainment on our back lot! Our tables are spaced six feet apart and we ask everyone to maintain social distancing while on-premise.
Fort Worth, John Baumann (2/19 - 5/28): Join us on February 19th for an intimate seated affair.
Fort Worth, Journey Women (3/21 - 5/2): Journey is for women who have experienced hurt and betrayal as a result of their spouses’ struggle with sexual integrity.
Fort Worth, Journey Women (1/3 - 5/2): Journey is for women who have experienced hurt and betrayal as a result of their spouses’ struggle with sexual integrity.
Fort Worth, Men of Valor (2/26 - 4/23): This is a time where our young men come together to learn how to be effective disciples of Jesus and productive members of society.
Fort Worth, Music & Mudbugs IV (5/2): Join us at Bar 2909 off West 7th for Mudbugs & Music IV! There will Crawfish with all the fixins, beverages, entertainment and FUN!
Fort Worth, Nick Sterling & The Nomads (4/30): Come enjoy an amazing night with great food, cold drinks and music by Nick Sterling & the Nomads.
Fort Worth, Oh, What A Night! (4/23 - 4/25): Theatre Wesleyan will present OH, WHAT A NIGHT! – a free outdoor concert featuring students singing songs from popular rock musicals – on the Kay Granger Mall lawn at Texas Wesleyan University
Fort Worth, Photography Is Art (4/18 - 8/8): Has photography always been considered art? Though widely accepted today as a medium in its own right, art museums have not always embraced photography.
Fort Worth, Sunday Song-Circle (1/31 - 5/30): Great place to meet local picker's and grow your craft... Every Sunday we gather to share our music and story's... The perfect venue, for a perfect Sunday... See ya There...
Fort Worth, Weekly Worship Service (4/10 - 12/25): Join us each week for dinner at 6:00 pm followed by our weekly worship service beginning at 7:00 pm.
Galveston, Heyd Fontenot: Sacred Order of Eternal Wounds (4/24 - 7/11): Heyd Fontenot’s exhibition, Sacred Order of Eternal Wounds, delves into the myth of American identity to explore the politicized topics of gender, sexuality, queer identity.
Georgetown, Almost, Maine (3/26 - 4/25): Almost, Maine By John Cariani. A woman carries her heart, broken into nineteen pieces, in a small paper bag. A man shrinks to half his former size, after losing hope in love.
Grand Prairie, CovenantTV (2/27 - 5/1): CovenantTV is dedicated to influencing the community and culture with the Christian responsibility to bring inspiration to all people, strengthening the hope of the Gospel Message!
Highland Village, Highland Village Art Festival (5/1): Join us for the Highland Village Art Festival where we'll have displays from over 30 outstanding gallery quality artists, artist demonstrations, live music and entertainment, and interactive children’
Houston, 2021 Alfresco Gala (4/23): This year marks the completion of the Houston Arboretum & Nature Center’s transformational Master Plan
Houston, 2021 Childrens Fund Gala (5/8): JOIN US ON MAY 8, 2021 AT RIVER OAKS COUNTRY CLUB FOR A REVELRY UNDER THE OAKS!
Houston, 2021 Foundation Gala (5/8): The St. Pius X Foundation Board serves to secure the future of St. Pius X High School through building, managing and enhancing our endowment.
Houston, 3rd Annual Hunt With Heart Gala (4/30): Join us for a night in the 1920’s as we celebrate the life of each one of our Hunt with Heart Member’s and their stories that brought them to us. Don’t forget to wear your best roaring 20’s attire!
Houston, Adoption Event with Houston Cares Animal Rescue! (1/2 - 11/6): Come meet some of our dogs and cats available for adoption! Volunteers will also be on site if you want to find out more about fostering or adopting through Houston Cares Animal Rescue.
Houston, Adult West African Dance Class-Houston (2/14 - 5/30): Join KoumanKe'le' Company members and experience the high energy, power and grace of West African dance in this full body workout featuring live drummers.
Houston, Art Tour: Shahidul Alam: Truth to Power (5/8): Docent-led tours of Asia Society Texas Center's exhibitions allow visitors to experience art on a personal level, learn about art historical periods and styles, and hear stories associated with the ar
Houston, Caffeine and Chrome (4/24 - 10/30): Bring your classic car and the family! Come out and enjoy our FREE community car cruise at our showroom.
Houston, East End Farmers Market (1/3 - 6/13): Visit the East End Farmers Market to sample fresh garden fruits and vegetables, locally produced farm and dairy products, prepared foods, and unique handcrafted wares.
Houston, Evening in the Park (4/30): On Friday, April 30, 2021, we will celebrate the future of Hermann Park at the Conservancy’s spring gala, Evening in the Park.
Houston, Friday Nights Live Music @ We Olive (2/26 - 12/31): Enjoy an all American wine list, small plates food menu, olive oil samples, and some jazz tunes by Mr. Doug Burtchaell.
Houston, Fridays : 1/2 Off Pizza, Champagne & Wine (3/12 - 12/3): Join us at Pour Behavior as we present our Friday Night Special. In the mix will be DJ Val playing all your favorite Top 40 and tech house hits!
Houston, Front Lawn Film Nights: Minari (5/7): Get a bit of fun and fresh air with Asia Society this spring as we screen a collection of Asian and Asian American films outdoors on our front lawn!
Houston, Grendls Tarot Parlor (3/13 - 5/29): Announcing our new Saturday afternoon Study sessions to learn how to read Lenormand for yourself and others. We have a fun and learning group session for tarot every Wednesday night too.
Houston, Hangar Hang Out (3/20 - 6/19): The first and third Saturday of each month, we open our hangar and museum to the public to share the history of WWII aviation with everyone.
Houston, Hangover- Hangout Weekends (3/20 - 7/11): $15.99 Chelada pitchers & buckets on our Hang over- Hang out Weekends till 7 pm.
Houston, Hockney-Van Gogh: The Joy of Nature (2/21 - 6/20): Two visionary artists, separated in time and space, are united by a shared fascination with nature. See the work of David Hockney and Vincent van Gogh side by side in Hockney-Van Gogh: The Joy of Natu
Houston, Laughs with Jeff Joe (4/30): Come enjoy an intimate night of laughs with rising star comedian Jeff Joe and his All-Star comedy lineup!
Houston, Mamas Boy (4/9 - 5/2): A fascinating examination of family dynamics and obsessive maternal devotion played out in the shadow of history.
Houston, Monument to the Unattainable (1/29 - 5/8): Monument to the Unattainable emerged from a fascination with ancient monuments and ruins: their status as the ultimate of icons, with their piles of rubble and broken facades.
Houston, Njörd Long Run (1/2 - 7/10): Join our weekly run crew. Keep your heart rate up with endurance training to push you past the extra mile.
Houston, Njörd Long Run (4/10 - 7/10): Join our weekly run crew. Keep your heart rate up with endurance training to push you past the extra mile. We’re an all-inclusive team dedicated to one another and our growing community.
Houston, OSP Shotgunning Clinic (2/6 - 6/27): Join the Ashes, the nation's foremost shooting instructors for a weekend of clinics at our home field in Houston!
Houston, Patrick Medrano: The Great Decline (3/13 - 4/27): Redbud Gallery will present the new work of Houston-based artist Patrick Medrano in his exhibition "The Great Decline."
Houston, Pawtraits 4 a Cause 8 (5/2): Pawtraits 4 a Cause 8th Fundraising Event at Walking Stick Brewing Company. This is our EIGHTH Pawtraits for a Cause, y'all!
Houston, Project Self (1/10 - 7/4): What a great way to start your week! A fresh and all-new study of Mussar & Character Development for all ages.
Houston, Restorative Yin Yoga (3/26 - 5/14): This class is the perfect complement to the beginners aerial class right before this one. Get a great workout with a yang style aerial and then wind down with yin.
Houston, Russian Spring Celebration (4/25): Russian Cultural Center will organize its big annual festival “Russian Spring Celebration.”
Houston, Salsa & Bachata (1/22 - 5/26): Join us every Wednesday & Friday from 7-9 pm for Salsa & Bachata Classes!
Houston, Salsa & Bachata (4/9 - 8/6): Join us every Friday from 7-9 pm for Salsa & Bachata Classes!
Houston, Sing Like You Mean It!! (3/12 - 12/31): Come and sing like you mean it with Dj Bebe Fresh on deck at Christians Tailgate Energy Corridor! Don't miss Happy Hour from 2pm to 7pm.
Houston, Socially-Distant Psychic Sunday (2/7 - 5/16): Come get a reading from our talented readers for the special psychic faire price of $20.00 for 15 minutes.
Houston, Steel Door Annual Crawfish Boil (5/1): We are excited to gather with you all this year and celebrate YOU, our clients, friends and family that made our dreams possible!
Houston, Summer Intensive and HC2 Audition (4/11 - 5/16): We are excited to announce our 2021 Summer Intensive and HC2 auditions dates. All auditions are offered in studio and virtually are required for all Intensives. P
Houston, Sunday Morning Worship (2/21 - 1/16): Join us in worship in-person and online at Pleasant Grove MB Church, 2801 Conti Street, Houston TX
Houston, Sunday Morning Worship Service (3/14 - 5/30): Please join us for Sunday Morning Worship! We love having visitors join us and we would be honored to have you attend our services!
Houston, Sunday Yoga Temple in the GarageMahal (3/14 - 10/31): Join Saumil [on Crystal Singing Bowls] & John Tran as they guide you through a Vin/Yin session of Movement, stillness, connection & Sound healing.
Houston, TF Cycling Saturday Training Ride (2/6 - 1/1): This ride is ideal if you are training for a distance tour, Fondo, or are just looking to improve your health!
Houston, The Shades of Gray (5/1): The Shades of Gray will be playing some old favorites, Blues, Classic Rock and Country music. Family friendly with good food, friendly staff and BYOB, if you choose.
Houston, The Slave Narratives : Mothers (5/8 - 5/9): The Slave Narratives: Mothers, a special Mother’s Day live theatrical event exploring what life was like for enslaved African American mothers in the South before the end of the Civil War.
Houston, The Worldfest-Houston International Film Festival (4/16 - 4/25): The WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival will showcase over 50 features and 150 shorts, with most filmmakers in attendance. There will be Master/Class seminars centered around film led by ind
Houston, Traditional Irish Music Every Sunday (5/2 - 8/29): Come on by and enjoy Traditional Irish Music by HUP in a Traditional Irish Bar while drinking the best pint of Guinness you have ever tasted
Houston, Volunteer for Saturday Morning Food Distribution (4/10 - 11/20): We need helping hands on Saturday mornings from 9 AM to 12:30 PM to distribute food to clients starting at 10 AM--we are currently working in a safe, drive-thru fashion.
Houston, Weekly Saturday Farmers Market (3/13 - 8/14): Southwest Houston’s Farmers Market offering fresh farmed produce, pasture raised eggs, organically fed poultry, locally farmed honey, grass fed beef, fresh prepared gourmet foods, and food trucks.
Houston, Withstand: Latinx Art in Times of Conflict (4/30 - 9/27): HMH’s Boniuk Center’s Latino Initiatives invites Latinx artists from the Houston area to participate in Withstand: Latinx Art During Times of Conflict.
Houston, Yoga on the Lawn (4/11 - 4/25): Join us for Yoga on the Lawn with yogi Anne Blakely at Redemption Square every Sunday from 10 am - 11 am.
Humble, SJB @ 1886 Humble Backyard (5/1): Come out and join SJB: The Samy Jo Band, back at 1886 Humble Backyard, Saturda,y, 5/1, 9pm-1am!!!
Irving, Lonesome Dove: Photographs by Bill Wittliff (3/6 - 7/11): Lonesome Dove—Larry McMurtry’s epic novel of two aging Texas Rangers who drive a herd of stolen cattle 2,500 miles from the Rio Grande to Montana to found the first ranch there.
Kingwood, Mojo Faction at Megaton Brewery (4/17 - 9/11): Live music with The Mojo Faction. We play all the songs you love to hear. Always a great show - Never a dull moment!
Lantana, Crawfish Boil (4/30): The Lantana CRAWFISH CREW invites you to our first annual Crawfish Boil.
Lubbock, ELAH Community Art Classes (1/24 - 5/30): Register for ELAH Community Art Classes (virtual and in-person) for beginner and intermediate level artists!
Lubbock, ELAH Community Art Classes (5/2 - 5/30): Register for ELAH Community Art Classes (virtual and in-person) for beginner and intermediate level artists!
Lubbock, Lupus Awareness Kickoff (5/1): Join us at Teddy Jack's Hub City Grill on May 1, 2021 for the Lupus Awareness Kickoff. We are celebrating all lupus warriors in our community.
Lubbock, ReEngage Marriage Ministry (2/21 - 6/13): Whether your marriage needs to be reignited or completely resurrected, re|engage is a safe place for you and your spouse to reconnect.
Lubbock, ReEngage Marriage Ministry (5/2 - 6/13): Whether your marriage needs to be reignited or completely resurrected, re|engage is a safe place for you and your spouse to reconnect.
Lubbock, Sumptuous Stitches and Tiny Treasures (5/1 - 12/19): Sumptuous Stitches and Tiny Treasures, an outstanding exhibition of needlework and needlework tools will be on exhibit at The Museum of Texas Tech University.
McAllen, Bravo! VSO (5/7): The 2021 gala event, Bravo! VSO will take place May 7, 2021. The gala committee is currently planning for the event with safety and flexibility in mind.
McAllen, Las Palmas Cinco De Mayo Classic Car Show (5/1): Join us as we celebrate Cinco De Mayo with a classic car show and performances throughout the day! Trophies awarded for 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place winners in each category.
Mckinney, Spring Native Plant Sale (4/24 - 4/25): The 32nd Annual Spring Native Plant Sale fundraiser at Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary will feature a huge selection of native plants, hard-to-find herbs and well-adapted plants.
Midland, Take3 (5/1): MOSC welcomes special guest, TAKE3, to the stage!
New Braunfels, Dailey & Vincent (5/8): Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent are backed by one of the best bands on tour today.
New Braunfels, The John Conlee Show (5/7): John Conlee’s success began in the late 70s with his hit “Rose Colored Glasses,” later releasing his inaugural, chart-topping, number-one album “Back Side of Thirty.”
Plano, Plano Trade Days (2/6 - 12/12): PLANO TRADE DAYS! Great Vintage Market with quality vendors selling all kinds of great treasures and bargains.
Richardson, Rhythm and Rhymes RELOADED (1/9 - 5/1): Come and Enjoy some of the hottest poets while grooving to your favorite R&B jams at Rhythm and Rhymes!
Rosenberg, Spring Gala (4/23): Holy Rosary Virtual Spring Gala
April 23, 2021 - 6:00 p.m.
Round Rock, Earth Day Festival 2021 (4/24): Join us for the second annual 2021 Earth Day Festival from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 24, in Old Settlers Park.
San Antonio, Alamo City Mopar Car Show (5/1): The greater San Antonio Area's oldest and largest Modern Mopar Enthusiasts Club for the Dodge Charger, Challenger, Magnum, and Chrysler 300.
San Antonio, Alamo Heights Farmers Market (1/10 - 7/25): Our weekly Sunday farmers market at The Quarry is where you can find us and our freshly handmade products!
San Antonio, Alamo Heights Farmers Market (3/28 - 7/25): Our weekly Sunday farmers market at The Quarry is where you can find us and our freshly handmade products!Q
San Antonio, Arts e Platters (4/30): Arts e Platters fundraiser and art show for the Autism Treatment Center San Antonio recognizes Art of Humanity award winner Richard Ojeda and features special guest performance by “America’s Got Talen
San Antonio, Ballet/Jazz Ages 7-12 (4/3 - 5/29): 55 min class focusing on the basics of Ballet and Jazz dance. Students will work on stretching, conditioning, ballet/jazz techniques, and ballet/jazz choreographies.
San Antonio, Brick 7th Anniversary Market (5/2): Join us Sunday May 2nd 12-5pm for a 7 Year Sunday Art Market. Lots of vendors, drink specials, and friends. The Brick way. Free and open to all. We want to spend our special day with you!
San Antonio, Brunch & Bingo (4/18 - 1/2): Join us for Brunch & Bingo every Sunday!! Come enjoy our yummy brunch items, beer, and BINGO!
San Antonio, Brunch & Bingo (2/7 - 1/2): Join us for Brunch & Bingo every Sunday!! Come enjoy our yummy brunch items, beer, and BINGO!
San Antonio, Cards Against Humanity Saturdays (12/26 - 10/2): Get wildly inappropriate & laugh your a$$ off every Saturday at 9pm during our Cards Against Humanity Night!
San Antonio, Church Work Day (4/3 - 12/4): Come and join the men & women of the church clean and fix repairs on Gods House!
San Antonio, City Nature Challenge 2021: San Antonio (4/30 - 5/3): Join Texas Parks and Wildlife, Texas Master Naturalists, the Nature Conservancy, the Audubon Society, and many others in a fun challenge to see which city can document the most species during April 30
San Antonio, DJ Sundays with DJ Allen E (3/21 - 7/25): Join us for some sick spinning by DJ Allen E, playing the most popular songs!
San Antonio, DJ Sundays with DJ Allen E (1/10 - 9/26): Join us for some sick spinning by DJ Allen E, playing the most popular songs!
San Antonio, Friday Night Karaoke at Stetson! (1/15 - 4/30): Karaoke with Kyle is finally BACK at Stetson Bar! Come sing your heart out starting at 10PM until close!Q
San Antonio, Happy Hour (4/2 - 6/11): Step out of the office and into Rosarios Southtown for Happy Hour! Join us Tuesday through Friday from 3pm to 6pm for fantastic drinks specials
San Antonio, I Sing the Sax Electric (2/5 - 12/24): Every Friday night features the electronic mash-up of beats, loops, and saxophone delights of Noah Peterson.
San Antonio, Live Music with Galo Gutierrez (4/2 - 4/30): Join us every Friday night for an authentic Italian meal complete with the sweet sounds of Galo Gutierrez from 7pm-10pm!
San Antonio, Live Music with Galo Gutierrez (1/22 - 4/30): Join us every Friday night for an authentic Italian meal plus enjoy live music by Galo Gutierrez from 7pm-10pm!
San Antonio, MTG Pioneer Tournaments (1/17 - 11/28): MTG Pioneer Tournaments. $5 entry and all players receive a pack for participation.
San Antonio, MTG Pioneer Tournaments (4/11 - 11/28): MTG Pioneer Tournaments. $5 entry and all players receive a pack for participation.
San Antonio, No Ocean Between Us (2/12 - 5/9): No Ocean Between Us: Art of Asian Diasporas in Latin America & The Caribbean, 1945–Present features approximately 75 works of modern and contemporary art by Latin American and Caribbean artists of Asi
San Antonio, Rubys Krafty Tacos (3/6 - 10/2): Get here at 9pm to Saturday's for Ruby's Krafty Tacos and a little Cards Against Humanity Fun!
San Antonio, Sanchos Domingo (3/21 - 8/1): The Casbah and friends got your Sunday afternoon soundtrack on lockdown!
San Antonio, Seven Seas Food Festival (4/16 - 5/31): Revitalize your taste buds as you share this welcoming, open-air experience, April 2 - May 31.
San Antonio, Shades of Time (4/9 - 4/23): Shades of Time is a smaller version of the ever so popular band Changes~!
San Antonio, Skyline Yoga on Sanchos Big Deck (1/31 - 12/26): Come together as neighbors and enjoy a wonderful view of the city skyline from one of more central vamtages of Midtown.
San Antonio, Skyline Yoga on Sanchos Big Deck (4/11 - 12/26): Join us for a full body stretch video with Adrienne (YouTube) / tutorial as we socially distance our mats, come together as neighbors and enjoy a wonderful view of the city skyline
San Antonio, Star Wars Sundays (2/21 - 4/25): Come join us weekly for Star Wars Sundays!
San Antonio, Sunday Karaoke (1/10 - 8/22): Join us at The Lion & Rose every Sunday, for Karaoke from 8pm-12am!
San Antonio, Sunday Karaoke (4/11 - 8/22): Join us at The Lion & Rose every Sunday, for Karaoke from 8pm-12am!
San Antonio, Sunday YG (1/17 - 5/30): Join the Northside Youth Group outside Sunday on the northeast side of the building, or attend virtually via Zoom.
San Antonio, Teacher Appreciation Fridays (4/9 - 11/5): Teachers are our unsung heroes! You are amazing and deserve appreciation and we will give it to you!
San Antonio, Teacher Appreciation Fridays (1/8 - 11/5): Teachers are our unsung heroes! You are amazing and deserve appreciation and we will give it to you!
San Antonio, The ReUp Station Vegan Market (4/10 - 7/3): Bi-weekly vegan market with 6 select local vendors. This event will have limited capacity and social distancing and mask wearing is required.
San Antonio, Virtual Print Fair _ 25th Anniversary (5/1 - 5/2): This year, on the occasion of it’s 25th anniversary, the annual McNay Print Fair goes virtual with interviews, sales, behind-the-scenes video, printmaking demonstrations, and more.
San Antonio, Yoga Fundamentals (1/29 - 5/28): A heart led class focused on breath, body, and mind. Accessible to all experience levels, come join us in finding balance, laughter, and strength while honoring each individuals practice.
San Antonio, Yoga on the Lawn (4/9 - 4/30): Join Honest Soul Yoga and The Impact Guild for Yoga on our front lawn! We will space our mats in consideration of social-distancing and we'll wear masks.
Seabrook, Keels & Wheels Concours d’Elegance (5/1 - 5/2): The classic cars are divided into roughly 40 classes. Formal judging takes place on Saturday and awards are presented on Sunday.
Sealy, Springtime in the Country (4/24): The Sealy Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce the first ever “Springtime in the Country” event on Saturday, April 24, 2021.
South Padre Island, Spring Break Jam (4/24 - 4/25): Stock vehicles are not allowed in show area this will be strictly enforced.
The Colony, Sunday Mass (1/17 - 4/25): Join us for worship using the Divine Liturgy of the Apostolic Churches from the Convergent Christian Communion Prayer Book.
Waco, A Night with Holly Tucker (5/8): The Lee Lockwood Library and Museum along with Douglass Subaru presents “A Night with Holly Tucker” benefit concert on Saturday, March 28, 2020, at 7:00 pm at the Lee Lockwood Library and Museum.
Waco, Attic Treasures (4/30 - 5/2): Looking for unique finds at an affordable price? Historic Waco Foundation’s Attic Treasures is the perfect place to find furniture, glassware, décor, art, appliances, and much more!
Webster, MCC Food Drive Thru (1/10 - 8/29): The Multicultural Center is continuing our critical service of providing food for hungry families in our community.