Come and experience the thrill of "NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship" action as the University of Houston hosts the 2008 South Regional on March 28 and 30 at Reliant Stadium. The "Sweet16" will feature the Memphis Tigers vs. Michigan State Spartans and Texas Longhorns vs. Stanford Cardinal. The Regional will determine one of the four teams that will advance to the "Men's Final Four™" in San Antonio, Texas. There are still a few good seats left, for online tickets to the NCAA at Reliant Stadium, at Ballparks.com. Printable schedules for the NCAA games are available at the Houston Chronicle website or get a free Printable 2008 March Madness Schedule here.
[Where: Reliant Park, Houston]
March 28-March 30, 2008
Historic Buildings Conservation
Join the US Green Building Council, Houston Chapter for a discussion regarding the sustainable conservation of frequently forgotten resources: our existing and historic buildings
By using our these historic resources to achieve our sustainability goals we can green our cities while maintaining the character and authenticity of our city - the stories and landmarks that make Houston unique and wonderful.
Wednesday March 26, 2008 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
[Where: 111 North Post Oak Lane Houston, TX 77024]
Government Procurement Connections 2008
The nation's premier intergovernmental contracting fair, Government Procurement Connections 2008, gets underway at the George R. Brown Convention Center on Monday, March 24th from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
This event brings together purchasing and contracting representatives from various governmental sectors. Major government contractors, financial institutions and a host of other resources and agencies will be represented.
This unique coalition will provide valuable contracting information to small business enterprises in the Gulf Coast region.
Beginning Monday, March 24th, dynamic speakers will present informational workshops and seminars on a variety of topics. Other highlights include industry forums and a Ribbon Cutting and the Awards Luncheon on Tuesday March 25th. Admission is open to the public and the event is free.
Dance in Houston
Miller Outdoor Theater is the place to catch Danceology 101. The energetic presentation of the history of popular dance, from the 1920s Charleston to today’s hip hop. It’s a production of the Houston Metropolitan Dance Company. Their performances will incorporate history, math skills, and the arts into an interactive blast of energy and excitement. Show starts at 11:00 am, Wednesday, March 25. If you would like to know more about the show visit the HMDC website.
[Where:100 Concert Drive Houston, TX 77030]