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2nd Annual Park to Port Ride – Saturday, October 3

2nd Annual Park to Port Ride – Saturday, October 3

The 2nd Annual Park to Port Bike Ride will be held Saturday, October 3, 2015. The 20-mile ride will start in Hermann Park and travel east along Brays Bayou to the Port, where there will be a turn-around celebration, sponsored by the Port of Houston Authority, with snacks, music and activities at Brady’s Landing. Riders will then return along the same path back to Hermann Park for a post-ride celebration where there will be music, food, drinks and more.

  • Rolling start at Bill Coats Bridge in Hermann Park: 7 – 9 a.m.
  • Brady’s Landing Turn-Around Party: 8 – 10:30 a.m.
  • Post-ride celebration at Bill Coats Bridge in Hermann Park: 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Register Today! $35 (August 1 until sold out)
All proceeds benefit Hermann Park Conservancy.

Visit the Park to Port Bike Ride Facebook page and share it with your friends!

Sponsorship and volunteer opportunities are available for this event. Click here to see the sponsorship levels. For more information about sponsorship or volunteering, contact mcampbell@hermannpark.org.

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East End Street Market to Kick Off Sunday, April 12

East End Street Market to Kick Off Sunday, April 12

The East End Foundation will kick off its first official project by bringing a farmers’ market to the Esplanade along Navigation Boulevard. This is the first step in making the Esplanade into a year round attraction for both local residents and tourists. Starting out, a group of 35 vendors will be on hand growing up…

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Director Filling Big Shoes in Houston’s Hispanic Community

Director Filling Big Shoes in Houston’s Hispanic Community

She was bequeathed in an immense legacy of funeral service by her grandparents. Since the 1930s, long before her birth, her extended family has included at least 30 funeral home owners, directors, and embalmers. Fortunately, Christina Morales also inherited her grandparents’ unrelenting standards of excellence and their vision for lifting up their community. In fact, this third-generation funeral director and owner of Morales Funeral Home continually pioneers innovative ways to make a once exclusive settings for funerals a center to honor the Hispanic culture through the arts and other support for the community. Christina’s journey hasn’t always been easy.

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