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East End Weekend Events Galore: Sunday Streets, Watershed Market, and Tamale Festival Houston

East End Weekend Events Galore: Sunday Streets, Watershed Market, and Tamale Festival Houston

There are no shortage of events this weekend going on in the East End and we wanted to make sure you were aware of some of the highlights.

Logo-REVISED-2014.09.05-page-001-263x300Sunday Streets – East End/Fifth Ward Edition
Sunday, December 7 from 12–4pm

On the first Sunday of December, a street in the East End/Fifth Ward community will be opened to pedestrians and cyclists. The route runs east on Navigation Blvd and then north on York and Hirsch, between Jenson and Clinton. View the Map »

With no cars on the road, you’ll be able to enjoy these streets for walking, running, dancing or cycling with friends and family.

Sunday Streets Houston is not a street festival. It is a family-friendly opportunity to be physically active and enjoy active transportation, as well as connect with neighbors in your community.

For more information check out the Sunday Streets Website: http://www.gohealthyhouston.org/sundaystreetshtx

Screen+Shot+2014-11-12+at+10.34.04+AMWatershed Holiday Market
Saturday, December 6 from 10am–4pm
2322 Polk St.

The goal of Watershed Market is to grow organically to become a permanent destination in Houston, giving patrons easy access to GLASIR© approved vendors offering Green, Local, Adaptive, Sustainable, Innovative and Reuse products and services.

Watershed Market will be a place where you can spend the day shopping, strolling, grabbing a local drink, and seeing live music in one location. The Market will showcase local food, artisans, and innovative product makers of all kinds.

With Houston well on it’s way to becoming the 3rd largest city in the United States, Watershed Market aims to establish a permanent, regionally-sourced marketplace where people can meet up and experience Houston’s unique culture.

page1_img1Tamale Festival Houston
Saturday, December 6 from 12–9pm
Talento Bilinque de Houston, located at 333 S. Jensen Drive

This one day event will be a day for the entire family! Join us for a food festival that celebrates all things TAMALES and the great TEX-MEX atmosphere that surronds them! We will announce the winners of the BEST TAMALES IN HOUSTON Competition and the winner will reign supreme for one year!

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East End Foundation presents Monster Mash, October 21st

East End Foundation presents Monster Mash, October 21st

The East End Foundation presents Monster Mash, October 21st, 6 P. M. to 10 P.M. on the Navigation Esplanade. Featuring DJ Reekz, Monster Costume Contest for adults and kids with cash prizes. The wee little monsters will have pumpkins to decorate. Look out for a zombie crossing or two. You won’t want to miss this…

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Fox 26: Young, Urban Farmers Are Champions Of Change

Fox 26: Young, Urban Farmers Are Champions Of Change

Texas has more farms than any other state, but most of farm country is getting older. The average age of a farmer is 58. Sally MacDonald reports on the recent increase in people under age 34 who are trying out their green thumbs with hopes of changing communities. In the middle of Houston's East End, sits what many see as Houston's first private farm inside the 610 Loop. Finca Tres Robles is Spanish for Three Oaks Farm.

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