The Bayou City Art Festival is back for its 50th year. Departs Friday through Sunday from 10:00am to 6:00pm at Memorial Park along the S. Picnic Loop.
If you’re new to H-Town, the Bayou City Art Festival is all about art, music, food and entertainment. Visit their website for tickets.
This weekend the Latino Film Festival is back in person. It takes place at The Match downtown. The festival’s founders said this will be an immersive experience, from an art exhibition to workshops to films, some of which were filmed right here in Houston.
“We’ll also have Q&A with directors,” said Pedro Rivas, Program Dir. & Co. founder of the Latino Film Festival. “We’re going to have a lot of great films from around the world and from local artists.”
“You can come out and look at the workshops, there’s one that’s going to do the writing,” said David Cortez, Dir. Ops. & Co. Founders of the Latino Film Festival.
There will be further workshops where filmmakers from Mexico will show fashion videography. Check out all the details on the Latino Film Festival website.
Be a part of the action on Saturday when the Coogs take on Villanova in the Elite 8. There’s a watch party in the East End Backyard. There will be a food truck and drinks. As this is an outdoor party, pets are welcome. Tip off is at 5:09 p.m
For all my pet parents, Discovery Green hosts their Paws on Parade
On Saturday from 11am to 1pm Take your puppies and dress them up in creative costumes. You could qualify for prizes up to $100.
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