You can avoid feeling marooned this weekend in Houston by trying some of these cool things to do that can help you escape from those loneliness sharks when they start circling around you. On the first Saturday and Sunday of every month it is the perfect time to take advantage of the many monthly events happening all over the city.
There are plenty of exciting things that you can be a part of from catching the action at the latest art exhibits to some sizzling Salsa dancing. The only way you will be disappointed is if you don’t get out and go where the crowds are thick and lively and let the sharks find someone else for supper. Here is a preview of activities happening on the first weekend of each month.
HBA's Houston Volunteer Lawyers Program
We all have a few legal questions that we would like to ask a lawyer. Take advantage of the Legal Advice Clinics taking place at various community centers throughout Houston on the first Saturday of each month. The clinics are free. They start at 9:00 a.m. and run until 11:30 a.m., You don’t even need an appointment.
To see where they are this weekend visit HBA website
Houston Coffee and Cars
An activity for early birds is the Houston Coffee & Cars meet up, where they feature some kick butt classic and antique automobiles. It’s the perfect place to go to meet other auto enthusiast, get a cool guy to give you a ride in his fancy car or just look at classic cars for free.
Each month a special car is featured. These guys are serious about their love of automobiles and even if you don’t own a classic you could always use a few tips on restoring or maintaining your hooptie.
Here’s where to go to get in on the fun:
Vintage Park Shopping Village
110 Vintage Park
8:00 am to 10:00am
Salsa Dancing In Houston
On the 1st Saturday of the month you have a standing invitation to be a part of the biggest Salsa Social in Houston.
The Houston Salsa Dancers hook up at the Melody Club from 9:00pm to 2:00 am. If you have never tried salsa before, get there around 9:30pm you can get a complimentary salsa lesson.
That should get you started on the good foot. Then stick around to show off your skillz.
address: 3027 Crossview Dr,
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There is more. If you’re too busy to get away on Saturday’s, there are plenty of events happening on first Sunday’s in Houston. Here are a few that bare mentioning.
Things To Do On First Sunday’s in Houston
Tour Discovery Green
The first Sunday of each month at 1 p.m. you can tour discover Green. The downtown greenspace that more than just a park. It includes restaurants, a playground, jogging trail, picnic area, lake where you can cruise your remote-controlled sailboats, a children’s water attraction and much more.
Like most of Discovery Green’s programs this Sunday event is free. If you get up early there are some regularly scheduled things to do there each weekend. They include hoop fitness, concerts, farmer’s market, other programs for children of all ages.
There are even areas of Discovery Green available for group rental where you through your own get together.
Where To Hookup With Serious Boardgamers In Houston
North Houston Boardgamers "First Sunday" Meetup Event to be held at Cafe Express (the Champions location, on FM 1960, next to Barnes & Noble Books).
Time will be from 2pm until closing at 9m, then anyone who chooses to stay later will (weather permitting) move to the patio outside (or sometimes even another location) to continue playing.
As always you are welcome to come when you want, stay and play, leave when you want!
Free Admission To Houston Museums
Target invites you and your family to see Houston art, pro bono. It’s part of a fabulous weekend affair called Target Free First Sunday’s. You can visit the Children's Museum of Houston, Museum of Fine Arts gratis. Thanks to the generous support they provide to the community.
This is a small sampling of things you can do this weekend in Houston. If you want more cool things to add to your agenda take a look at our Houston event calendar and search the local event lister that has details about fairs and festivals all over the state of Texas.
We know that after visiting a few of these social activities your weekend will leave you glowing instead of feeling grumpy. And give you plenty to talk about with your friends around the water cooler, when you return to work.
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