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OCTOBER
BIKE!
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BAYOU BIKERS
10/5
Sunday
8 am

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.

MUSIC!
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BRUCE & KELLY SHOW
10/11
Saturday
7:30 pm

Austin natives, Bruce Robinson and Kelly Willis are both highly recognized solo artists, but this husband and wife duo admit, sometimes songs just sound better when they sing them together! Catch this extremely talented couple sing some cool country tunes at our very own, Market Square Park, before they branch off again to work on each of their upcoming solo projects. 

BINGO!
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BLANKET BINGO
10/16
Thursday
6 pm - 9 pm

The stakes are high for Blanket Bingo benefiting Buffalo Bayou Partnership. Bring your blanket, lawn chairs or snag one of the tables at the park for a night of music and great prizes. $10 admission includes one Bingo packet (approx. 9 games). Additional games and daubers can be purchased for $1 each. Bingo starts at 7 pm. Stay connected via social media for event and weather related updates!

This event is FREE and dog-friendly.  Lawn chairs and blankets are highly recommended. Food and non-alcoholic beverages are welcome. Outside alcohol is not allowed to be brought into the park; however, beer and wine are sold at Niko Niko’s along with delicious Greek and American food.   Follow Market Square Park on Facebook for event and weather related updates.

MOVIES!
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YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN
10/22
Wednesday
7 pm

Forget about trekking to the ‘burbs for your Alamo fix. Join us for a film under the stars as the Rolling Roadshow presents the 1970’s comedy, Young Frankenstein (PG). This classic film tells the story of Dr. Frederick Frankenstein, grandson of the infamous Dr. Victor Frankenstein, who after years of denying his lineage, inherits his grandfather’s castle in Transylvania. After going to inspect the newly acquired property Frederick becomes so intrigued by his findings in the castle that he decides to resume his grandfather’s experiments. Movie starts at 7 pm.

This event is FREE and dog-friendly.  Lawn chairs and blankets are highly recommended. Food and non-alcoholic beverages are welcome. Outside alcohol is not allowed to be brought into the park; however, beer and wine are sold at Niko Niko’s along with delicious Greek and American food.   Follow Market Square Park on Facebook for event and weather related updates.

MUSIC!
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THE SUFFERS
10/30
Thursday
7:30 pm

This local, ten-piece band redefines the sound of Gulf Coast Soul by blending elements of classic American soul with Rock-n-roll. The Suffers, winners of multiple Houston Press Music Awards and regulars in the Texas music festival scene, will rock the park with the bold sounds of their horn section and the beautiful voice of lead singer, Kam Franklin.

CRITICAL MASS!
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CRITICAL MASS
10/31
Friday
7 pm

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. twitter.com/masshouston

NOVEMBER
BIKE!
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HTX BIKEFEST
11/1
Saturday
10 am - 6 pm

Hosted by Black Gold Cycling, this festival brings cyclists and bike enthusiasts from all over the city to celebrate their favorite mode of transportation: bikes! The event kicks-off with an all-day swap meet boasting more than 50 vendors focused on the bike friendly lifestyle and will feature a variety of demos from various bike sports such as bike polo, bmx/fixed gear freestyle, various cycling contests, a huge obstacle race course and sprint contests presented by Texas Gold Sprint’em. For more information, visit htxbikefest.com.

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BAYOU BIKERS
11/2
Sunday
8 am

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.

MUSIC!
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MUSIQA
11/8
Saturday
6:30 pm

Following the success of its 2013 fall Market Square concert, Musiqa returns to fill the park with the sounds of new music. From the driving rhythms of Julia Wolfe's Dark Full Ride to the hypnotic pulsation of Steve Reich’s New York Counterpoint and the haunting lyricism of Kati Agocs'Hymn, the park will be alive with music.Come early for a picnic dinner and hear the Musiqa Student Brass Ensemble perform the six  original works created for the Market Square Clock Project.  Pre-show begins at 6:30 pm and the main event begins at 7:30 pm.

MOVIES!
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SPACEBALLS
11/14
Friday
7 pm

Forget about trekking to the ‘burbs for your Alamo fix. Join us for a film under the stars as the Rolling Roadshow presents the 1980’s comedy, Spaceballs (PG). This classic film tells the story of a space bum, Lone Starr and his half-man half-dog co-pilot, Barf, who are content with scouring the galaxy living the easy life until one day they get trapped in a desert world with the Druish Princess Vespa and her robot chaperone, Dot Matrix who are in danger of being kidnapped by the evil Lord Dark Helmet. As soon as Lone Starr starts to feel helpless, things quickly turn around whena wizard named, Yogurt, appears and informs him about a mysterious power that could help him rescue the princess. Movie starts at 7 pm.

This event is FREE and dog-friendly.  Lawn chairs and blankets are highly recommended. Food and non-alcoholic beverages are welcome. Outside alcohol is not allowed to be brought into the park; however, beer and wine are sold at Niko Niko’s along with delicious Greek and American food.   Follow Market Square Park on Facebook for event and weather related updates.

PUB CRAWL!
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KARBACH CHARITY PUB CRAWL
11/15
Saturday
2 pm - 7 pm

Join Karbach Brewing Co. for a pub crawl in Downtown’s Historic District on Saturday, November 15th. The crawl will begin at OKRA Charity Saloon at 2 pm, proceed to Flying Saucer, Molly’s Pub and El Big Bad, then end at Niko Niko’s at Market Square Park where participants will be greeted by the HFD Pipes and Drums band. All proceeds will benefit the Robert Garner Firefighter Foundation. For more information visit karbachpubcrawl.com.

CRITICAL MASS!
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CRITICAL MASS
11/28
Friday
7 pm

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. twitter.com/masshouston

DECEMBER
CRAFT!
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DESIGNCRAFT 2014
12/6
Saturday
10 am - 6 pm

DesignCraft is AIGA Houston’s 5th annual outdoor market featuring the work of local artists, crafters, creatives and more. The one-day event allows Houstonians to discover local, well-designed and crafted goods in their city, and gives vendors an opportunity to sell their work. Featuring demonstrations by local artisans and live music.

BIKE!
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BAYOU BIKERS
12/7
Sunday
8 am

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.

CRITICAL MASS!
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CRITICAL MASS
12/26
Friday
7 pm

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. twitter.com/masshouston

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