Get Free Food Every Wednesday
There are lots free events and other activities in Houston that will encourage even hardcore couch potatoes to break their hum drum routines and get out of the house. If the chance to nab some free food isn't enough, there are other fun things on this weeks list. Read on to find out about the exciting free dance, yoga and outdoor Houston events.
You can get a hold of free food this summer at Arby's every Wednesday. The broad selection includes tasty treats from sandwiches to shakes. There is a purchase is required to get you choice of free goodies from Arby's. So, if you are already plan to eat out on Wednesdays in Houston, you can grab a bite to eat, and save a couple of bucks at Arby's.
The free food at is available on each and every Wednesdays at participating stores. Use a little forethought and call or surf the net to find participating locations near you.
Outdoor Houston| Miller Theater
July 9 - 14, 8:15 pm
Free events featuring Houston's local dance companies always delight and bring-out Houston theater goers. We'll brave rains, rowdy crowds and Texas size mosquitoes to enjoy a night of song and dance.
This week the Tony® Award winning musical 42nd Street opens at our favorite outdoor theater.
The tap-dancing musical extravaganza is a one and only Theatre Under The Stars production. With fun and infectious tunes like "We're In the Money," "Lullaby of Broadway," "Shuffle Off to Buffalo," and "Forty-Second Street,"
It paints a fairytale adventure of an aspiring chorus girl and her journey to find love and success on the Great White Way. 42nd STREET will transport you back to the glamor, spectacle and fashion of the 1930's. Escape Houston to 42nd STREET with Theatre Under The Stars and Miller Theater.
Downtown Houston Events
One of the most rejuvenating activities in Houston are the free yoga sessions at the downtown library. Sharon Hughes guides participants in ways to de-stress and relieve muscle strain using yoga techniques, so simple and easy that you can do them at your desk and at home.
Anyone is welcome to bring a mat and attend this free event in Houston at the public Library. See the Library calendar or call them for the exact time the activities begin,