April 20th, 2011
The Look Ahead: Florescence at MFAH, Anne Rapp for WIFT and No Label Beer Tasting
It’s already the middle of the week. One more day to go. So far all of our previous plans have fallen through, but we’re hoping to start getting to stuff that we schedule for the rest of the week. A likely story…
Let’s get to the stuff happening around town. If we’re missing something email at email@example.com or leave a comment.
Where: Museum District [1001 Bissonett St., 77005]
When: Wednesday and Thursday, April 20th and 21st | 10:00AM to 6:00PM
How Much: $7 General | $3.50 Children/Seniors | Free Students and Members
Scoop’d From: @HoustonMuseum
Description: “Florescence will showcase floral arrangements and horticultural specimens exhibited by Garden Club of America members from all over the country. Many of these arrangements will be interpretations of masterpieces from the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston’s permanent collection. Other competitive classes will include photography, botanical jewelry and needle arts. A conservation exhibit jointly produced with The Katy Prairie Conservancy will highlight our diverse coastal prairie. Other non judged exhibits will include floral arrangements from The Asia Society, Federated Garden Clubs, Texas State Florists’ Association and Lamar High School Floral Design students.”
Where: Greenway/Upper-Kirby [2712 Southwest Freeway, 77027]
When: Wednesday, April 20th | 6:30PM to 9:00PM
How Much: $10 Members/Students | $25 General Advance | $35 At Door
Scoop’d From: @FilmHouston
Description: “Screen writer and script professional Anne Rapp is the featured guest for ‘A Conversation With…,’ the latest program in ‘The Art, Business, and Craft of Film & Television,’ the educational series presented by Women In Film & Television Houston. WIFT Vice President Maureen Herzog will host the interview, and audience members will have the opportunity to participate in an open Q&A at the conclusion.”
No Label Brewing: Tastings on Saturday
We haven’t mentioned No Label Brewing Company in quite a while. That’s a shame. Good thing for all of us, they have a tasting coming up this Saturday, April 23rd. They’re all dog and kid friendly, but they won’t serve their alcohol to either parties… they’re responsible like that.
Keep a look out for the Beer Dinner they will be hosting at the Public House on May 3rd as well as their presentation at the Texas Beer Festival on May 7th. We’ll be sure to mention them closer to the events as well. We’re responsible like that.