August 16th, 2011

The Look Ahead: Back to the Future, Bauer Annual Meeting, Free Planetarium and Lone Star Flight

We’re getting the jump on the weekend here. Time for you to fall in line. And away we go…


Back to the Future Trilogy at Miller Outdoor Theatre

Where: Hermann Park [6000 Hermann Park Dr., 77030]
When: August 16th, 17th and 18th | 8:00PM Each Night
How much: Free
Scoop’d from: @MillerOutdoor

Ready your Flux Capacitors™, Miller Outdoor is gearing up for three straight days of Marty McFly. Grab that winter vest, slip on those self-tying shoes and take your hover board all the way down to the venue. In our interview with Soham Mehta, he values Miller Outdoor above any other Houston spot. With the showings of the Back to the Future trilogy, we can’t argue with that.


Bauer College of Business Annual Meeting

Where: University of Houston | Cemo Hall and Melcher Hall
When: Thursday, August 18th | Registration at 5:30PM
How much: Free with RSVP
Scoop’d from: Paul

“Alumni and supporters of the University of Houston C. T. Bauer College of Business will gather on Aug. 18 for the signature event of the Bauer College Alumni Association, an annual meeting to celebrate the accomplishments and successes of the year.

This year’s meeting will honor the numerous Bauer student teams who competed and placed nationally in 2010 and 2011. Another honoree will be Michael J. Cemo (BS ’68), a former UH System Regent and namesake of the college’s newest building, where the meeting will be held.”


Free Planetarium for Members of HMNS

Where: Houston Museum of Natural Science [5555 Hermann Park Dr., 77030]
When: Saturday, August 20th | All Day
How much: Free for Members
Scoop’d from: @HMNS

You want discounts? We’ll give you a discount. Sign up for your Houston Museum of Natural Science membership today and be guaranteed a free day to the planetariums shows on Saturday as well as three extra months of membership. That’s a big deal, yo. Nine different show to choose from, so do so carefully.


Lone Star Flight Museum Moves to Houston

Where: This Vast Metropolis We Call “Home”
When: One Day
How much: Good question
Scoop’d from:

Speaking of museums, we Loopsters will have yet another to choose from soon. If Galveston has been just too far for you to travel, the Lone Star Flight Museum will soon be closer to you. They’re moving to town to escape the dramatic clutches of possible hurricane damage.

— Paul


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