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One of Houston's timeliest events is happening this week, The Housing Employment Resources Expo.
The (H.E.R.E) Expo allows disable Houstonians an opportunity to meet with several prospective employers, representatives from various housing entities and other vital resource agencies.
Discussions and workshops will be held on:
Home Ownership and Down Payment Assistance
Home Accessibility and Repair Programs
Landlord / Tenant Rights ... Micro-Lending and Starting a New Business
If you or someone you know is disable and can benefit from information pertaining to housing and employment issues, come out and be a part this important downtown Houston event at George R Brown Convention Center, Houston TX, Feb 11, 2009.
African American History In Houston-InterActive Theater
The Interactive Theater serves up a piece of African American history this month, performing "Harriet Tubman's Freedom Train".
The historical drama may seem pale in comparison with the real life adventures of Harriet Tubman a fearless runaway slave, who became a heroine by helping hundreds of slaves free themselves from bondage through clandestine trails and backroads, better known as the underground railroad.
A virtually undetected part of the southern escape route ran from Texas to Mexico, little if any information exists about how it functioned or how many African Americans quietly blended into the Mexican populace during the mid-1800's.
African American history month in Houston should always bare reminders of the harrowing adventures of Tubman and the other conductors and safe havens that operated along the underground railroad.
45th Annual RV Show
It's that time again Houston. The Houston RV Show is at Reliant Park this week . This is the largest RV show in Texas with more than 600 units on display.
Come out and be enlightened by information from the pros on:
“RV Towing and Performance”
and lots more to enhance your RV experience.