April 11th, 2011
The Look Ahead: One Last Chance at the Iron Sommelier, Rockin’ Casbah, and Feathers and Fur
This past week saw some interesting things. Some happened here in Houston, others elsewhere. Charl Schwartzel won the Masters. Gbagbo was captured in the Ivory Coast. France’s burqa band went into effect. Dennis Quaid realized cocaine wasn’t his friend. It’s on, Monday. Let’s look ahead.
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Iron Sommelier an Event Benefiting The Periwinkle Foundation (Last Chance)
The brief overview of the foundation goes like this: “The Periwinkle Foundation develops and provides programs that positively change the lives of children, young adults, and families who are challenged by cancer and other life threatening illnesses and are cared for at Texas Children’s Hospital.”
On Tuesday, April 12th, there will be a sommelier competition and wine tasting to benefit the programs of The Periwinkle Foundation. Art will also be auctioned off by Kelly Gale Amen, Jonatan Lopez and John Palmer. This is an event you won’t want to miss, ESPECIALLY, since if you do miss it this year, you have to wait until 2013 for the next rendition of Iron Sommelier.
Gala for good. Bid on a plethora of donated artwork. “This year’s Moroccan-themed bash at Blaffer Art Museum will feature an exquisite buffet dinner by City Kitchen, the city’s best art auction, and dancing to the exotic sounds of Moodafaruka.”
(Above Images by: Williams Betts, Johan Grimonprez, Michael Sieben)
Feathers and Fur with Aurora Picture Show
“Join Aurora Picture Show for a special series of short films from artists, such as William Wegman and Bill Plympton, about your favorite lovable creatures. This dog and family evening of flicks about kitties, pooches, and all other pets will take place under the stars at Market Square Park. Activities for Fido will begin at 4PM with booths and demonstrations to train your dog for the next Westminster competition. A musical performance at sunset will take us to dark when the pets come out to play on the big screen.”