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'Around! A Parade on Wheels' to Roll Through East End

'Around! A Parade on Wheels' to Roll Through East End

Experience a procession of all things on wheels in the East End this Saturday, November 15. Around! A Parade on Wheels will include everything from Houston art cars, SLABs and low riders, to cyclists, skaters, paleteros and much more.

After the parade, join the Houston Arts Alliance for the Around! Block Party at Preston and Roberts streets, behind the Greater East End Management District, featuring a special DJ set by “Pachuco Boogie Soundsystem” (Felipe Galvan of Los Skarnales) presented by Lunaface Promotions, food trucks and Bike Valet by BikeHouston!

Saturday, Nov. 15, Parade: 11 a.m. – 12 p.m., Block Party: 12 – 2:30 p.m.
On York and Sampson streets between Preston and Engelke streets

Co-sponsored by The Orange Show Center for Visionary Arts, Houston Chronicle and Houston MediaSource.

And in case you get hungry, check out one of the “Top 5 Budget Lunch Spots in EaDo” according to the Houston Press.

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The Pilot Dance Project Presents Lori Yuill's Green Zebras

The Pilot Dance Project Presents Lori Yuill's Green Zebras

The Pilot Dance Project, under the artistic direction of Adam Castaneda, opens its 2018-2019 season with a site-specific work by Houston-based choreographer Lori Yuill. Green Zebras was awarded an Arts Respond - Natural Resources and Agriculture grant from the Texas Comission on the Arts, and will be performed at Finca Tres Robles, a sustainable urban farm located in Houston's historic East End Cultural District. The performance concludes with a community potluck under the farm's lighted oak trees.

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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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