Articulture Designs, along with Farmhouse Delivery, is hosting a pig roast to help Houston-area farmers ravaged by Hurricane Harvey. The party will feature a Zen-raised Peaceful Pork hog prepared by award-winning pit master LeRoy & Lewis, Farmhouse Delivery-prepared sides, beer and wine, live music from Kill County, and yard games.
In which local doodler Carin Channing leads you through doodling prompts focusing on the Grateful Dead experience, guiding you to be free with your stick figures and to channel that love for the Dead. Holy Sugar Magnolia, citizen, now you're an artist.
Your guide Doc Ravencraft enables communication with the spirits in this event that includes a guided tour of "The Creature in Ice!" and the new Sfanthor Chamber of Horrors. Lotta different seances going on in town right about now, probably all creeptastically fun; but, a better venue than this for such a thing? We can't even.
For 30 year this two and a half mile walk has helped folks living with HIV and fought against the stigma. Keep it going. Walk for a cause and celebrate life with live music, food trucks, vendors, and activities.
It started as a way to raise money to bring a doctor to the community and became known for the largest biergarten under one tent in Texas, chili and barbecue cook-offs, hairy leg contests, and a roaring good time.
Who says Sunday nights are for winding down? Come for bingo with Lady Grackle Birdbreath and Fajita the Chicken, stay for the late-night karaoke pajama party sing-along with rotating hosts Simone and Colleen DeForrest.
There will be games, candy, a photo booth, and spooky baked goods and this kid- and dog-friendly Halloween-themed brunch. Costumes are encouraged (for your dogs too!) and prizes (free treats) will be given out throughout the day to the most fun costumes.
With all the bragging, it was bound to happen. Houston challenges Austin barbecue joints to the ultimate taste-off. Tickets are going fast and when they're gone there won’t be any more until next year.
Follow the evolution of the gaming industry from the Seventies to the present day with a focus on the local scene from Richard Garriott's Ultima series to John Romero's Doom to the developers making waves on today's gaming platforms.
Daily through March 18, 2018. Museum admission: $13 ($9, kids).
You and your pup can get in the Halloween spirit with a doggy costume contest, mini-makeovers and massages for the humans, a pop-up shop by Pupology, and more. Benefiting local animal rescue group and hurricane relief efforts.
Sun., Oct. 29, 1-3pm. $12-15.
Cotone Clothing + Beauty Bar, 3220 Amy Donovan Plaza #124
Once a year, Satan brings his favorite dead celebrities up from the underworld for one hell of a good time. Who knows who he'll pluck this year to come entertain the crowd, with an all-star slate of comics including Aaron Brooks, Nick Savarino, Vanessa Gonzales, Carina Magyar, Katie Pengra, Adam Hrabik, Joe Hafkey, and Mike MacRae.
will feature free health screenings for community members, stroke survivors, and caregivers as well as showcase local services that support stroke prevention, awareness, and recovery. Speakers will address stroke research and stroke rehabilitation.
Charles MacInerney teaches classes all over town but also offers private instruction and hosts retreats. Once a month for 18 years, he has also hosted Full Moon Yoga – a free outdoor yoga class. Go online for location and time details.