Texas Flood performs Ray Vaughan tribute
February 11, 2016 - storage organizer
Blues rope Texas Flood will compensate reverence to a mythological Stevie Ray Vaughan during 8 p.m. on Feb. 12 during Concert Pub North. Tickets start during $12.
The rope is from North Texas and facilities Hungarian guitarist and vocalist Tommy Katona, who began listening to Vaughan when he was four. The rope performs this month in Dallas, Houston and Baton Rouge.
Concert Pub North is located during 2470 FM 1960 West. Learn some-more during www.theconcertpub.com or call 281-583-8111.
Get tips, ideas during Home Garden Show
The ninth annual Cy-Fair Home Garden Show comes to a Berry Center on Feb. 27-28. This year’s lineup includes new exhibitors as good as favorites from past shows to yield new, timely updates to age-old homeowner dilemmas.
Also fasten a uncover is Texas Trash and Treasures, a hand-crafted home décor retailer, that HGTV viewers might commend from a “Junk Gypsies” series.
Just in time for open cleaning, organizing gets a curtsy with a Ask The Organizer Booth, featuring garage, integument and storage section organizer Judson Crowder, owners of Houston-based Restorganize, who will be on palm from 12-4 p.m. any day of a show.
Addressing other annual homeowner tasks, such as landscaping, gardening and outside vital will be: Gardenline’s Randy Lemmon vocalization on open planting for a Houston area; Turf Plus Management’s Belgard Outdoor Living Area exhibit; a underline vaunt by Houston Cool Pools; and a Ask The Master Gardener Booth.
This year’s uncover also will underline an Indoor Cooking Stage, providing live demonstrations from renouned Cypress-area restaurants including Dario’s American Cuisine, Marvino’s Italian Kitchen and Alicia’s Mexican Grille, as good as Berry Center Chef Lisa Pratt.
Show hours are 9 a.m.-7 p.m. on Feb. 27 and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. on Feb. 28. Tickets for a Cy-Fair Home Garden Show are money usually and cost $9 for adults and $8 for seniors. Children 12 years and younger can attend for free. Parking is accessible during no cost.
For uncover and sheet information, call 832-274-3944 or revisit CyFairHomeAndGarden.com, where a downloadable bonus banking for $2 off acknowledgment is available. The Berry Center is located during 8877 Barker Cypress in Cypress.
Honor veterans during annual gala
The Cy-Fair Educational Foundation will reason a eighth annual Salute to Our Heroes Gala on Feb. 13 during a Omni Hotel Westside Houston. This celebration honors a group and women who have served to strengthen leisure and liberty. The dusk will embody a Missing Man Table and Honors Ceremony to respect blank desired ones.
The celebration will underline Navy SEAL, sniper, fight medic and author Kevin Lacz.
Salute to Our Heroes has lifted some-more than half a million dollars over a past 7 years. Proceeds from this eventuality have saved 3 included scholarships for students graduating from a Cypress-Fairbanks ISD.
Sponsorships and tickets are accessible for Salute to Our Heroes. Tickets are $100 each, and $50 for veterans. For some-more information, email email@example.com or revisit during www.TheCFEF.org.
Vendor Fair during Berry Center
The Cy-Fair Independent School District Parent/Teacher Organization Presidents Council Fundraising Vendor Fair is scheduled for Feb. 16 from 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. during a Berry Center, 8877 Barker Cypress Road. Open to a public, a Vendor Fair provides an eventuality to preview many fundraising options and pronounce directly with association representatives.
All district-approved fundraising vendors have been invited to a Vendor Fair to arrangement their products. Vendors are accessible to support propagandize staff, upholder clubs, propagandize clubs, sports associations, propagandize supply chairmen, propagandize suggestion chairmen, executive groups, church groups and day caring centers.Door prizes will be awarded via a event.
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Learn some-more about a birds of winter
Attendees during Lone Star College-CyFair’s weekly programs this Feb will learn about a value of jewelry, cooking with basil, local birds and quilting.
The Learning, Inspiration, Fellowship, and Enrichment programs are giveaway and hold Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. in a library (Room 131 unless differently noted) during 9191 Barker Cypress.
On Feb. 17, bird backer Jeff Mohamed will speak about a many bird class that winter in this area, a reasons they come here and a best places to see them.
Call a library during 281-290-3214 for L.I.F.E. module information or go online to LoneStar.edu.
Help choir get to Carnegie Hall
Make skeleton this open to suffer a accumulation of behaving humanities events during Lone Star College-CyFair.
The deteriorate kicks off with dual fundraising events to assistance outspoken executive Alex Qian and his Concert Choir students perform a special invitation to perform Faure’s “Requiem” during Carnegie Hall this summer.
Bring a family Feb. 19 for a choral opening featuring a LSC-CyFair Concert Choir and a Houston Symphonic Band. Tickets are $10.
Then lapse Mar 4 for “Silent Movie Night,” featuring live film organist Harold Wade.
All prolongation dates and uncover times are theme to change. For a finish benefaction report and sheet information, go to LoneStar.edu/boxoffice or call 281-290-5201.
Off-Broadway uncover revived
Stuart Ross’ “Forever Plaid” is one of a many internationally renouned off-Broadway musicals to strike a stage, and it’s on theatre during a Houston Family Arts Center. This nostalgic, 1950’s revue on a Garza Main Stage runs by Feb. 21.
Frankie, Jinx, Sparky, and Smudge are The Plaids. One a approach to their initial large gig, their cherry red 1954 Mercury collided with a propagandize bus, and The Plaids were killed instantly. Now, they’ve come behind to Earth for one final performance. The Plaids will sing some of a biggest hits of a 1950s, including “Three Coins in a Fountain,” “Chain Gang” and “Heart and Soul.”
Performances of “Forever Plaid” are Fridays and Saturdays during 7:30 p.m., with Sunday matinees during 3 p.m. Tickets are $26 for adults, $22 for seniors and $15 for students. Tickets might be purchased online during www.houstonfac.com, or by phone during 281-587-6100. Special pricing is accessible for groups of 10 or more.
The core is located during 10760 Grant Road in Houston.
See Shakespeare’s story of unhappy couple
The Texas Repertory Theatre Co. continues a 11th anniversary deteriorate with a new entertainment of William Shakespeare’s classical intrigue “Romeo Juliet,” personification Thursday by Sundays, by Feb. 21.
Celebrate a Valentine deteriorate with Shakespeare’s imperishable mural of loyal love. When feuding families try to apart a immature favourite and heroine, it sets a theatre for one of a theater’s many fast literary creations. Show times vary, so revisit www.texreptheatre.org. The museum is located during 14243 Stuebner Airline in Houston. For tickets or some-more information, call 281-583-7573.
Get relocating for a good cause
Mark Henry and Cypress-Fairbanks ISD will benefaction a third annual Superintendent’s Fun Run Festival during Towne Lake on Feb. 27 from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. The eventuality advantages a Cy-Fair Educational Foundation.
The eventuality has something for everyone, including a live rope Sawdust Road, a accumulation of businessman booths, food trucks, tyro performances, a children’s play zone, a one-mile run, a family walking trail and a approved 5K.
The races have staggered times. For some-more information, revisit www.cfisd.net/en/calendar/superintendent-fun-run/
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