Critical Mass is an informal bike group that meets the last Friday of every month to ride around the city, raise awareness and advocate for a bicycle-friendly urban environment. All bikes are welcome. criticalmasshouston.com
Bayou Bikers meet at Market Square Park on the first Sunday of the month for 25- to 40-mile bike rides exploring the bayous of Houston. Rides are open to all. Mountain bikes or bikes with fat tires are necessary. This is an informal group whose purpose is to show Houstonians and visitors the beauty of Houston's waterways.
Join us for a historic night out by exploring the neighborhood's eclectic bars and restaurants with lots of surprises along the way! Enjoy live music, food and beverage specials, giveaways and other activites sprinkled throughout the park and the rest of the Historic District. Come early and check out the Saint Arnold Game Garden or tour a historic penthouse loft at The Rice. There will be plenty of prizes given away like a $500 prize pack and an iPad - so be sure to swing by the park or check out the Facebook event page to learn how! After the tours and games find your spot on the lawn for a live performance by The Bright Light Social Hour, with guest opener Rosewood Thievz. Then spend the evening exporing the neighborhood bar and restaurant specials, or check out the food and vendor trucks at the Market on Main (300 & 400 block of Main Street). For event updates, click here.
Join us for a night of festive fun as Historic Market Square comes together for an evening of neighborhood tricks and treats. Start things off at Market Square Park as the Alamo Drafthouse Rolling Roadshow and TUTS Theatre present a free screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Costumes are encouraged because there are prizes, of course. Costume designers from TUTS production of Rocky Horror will be on site to pick their favorites. Then learn to do the Time Warp with the pros! After the fun at the park, spend the evening exploring the neighborhood’s spooky specials at various bars and restaurants. Hungry for more? Check out some of your favorite food and retail trucks at the Market on Main (300 block of Main). Movie starts at 8 pm. Market on Main, 7 pm-close.
Join us for a movie under the stars as the Alamo Drafthouse Rolling Roadshow presents, Bill Murray Drama, Lost in Translation, (R) on Friday, November 11.
DesignCraft is AIGA Houston’s 7th Annual Holiday Market featuring the work of local artists, crafters, creatives and more. Find the perfect gifts and enjoy demonstrations by local artisans, live music and local food trucks.