Join us for a movie under the stars as Alamo Drafthouse Houston presents Alfred Hitchcock's, Psycho (R) on Friday, September 15. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs and watch as real estate secretary Marion Crane, embezzles money from her employer's client, goes on the run, and checks into Bates Hotel, ran by Norman Bates-a young man under the domination of his mother.
Critical Mass is an informal bike group that meets the last Friday of every month to ride around the city, raise awareness and advocate for a bicycle-friendly urban environment. All bikes are welcome. 7:15 pm.
In partnership with Theatre Under the Stars and DEFINE body &mind, we are excited to bring Body by Broadway to Market Square Park! Sing, squat, dance and plank along to some of your favorite Broadway tunes. Enjoy a free, hour-long sweat sesh while unleashing your inner Broadway star at the park, then spend time shopping some of the local wellness vendors on site. This is a monthly series taking place on the last Tuesday of the month through November.
Future Dates: November 28
Bayou Bikers meet at Market Square Park on the first Sunday of the month for 25- to 40-mile bike rides exploring the bayous of Houston. Rides are open to all. Mountain bikes or bikes with fat tires are necessary. This is an informal group whose purpose is to show Houstonians and visitors the beauty of Houston's waterways.
Join us for a movie under the stars as Alamo Drafthouse Houston presents a John Hughes classic, Planes, Trains and Automobiles (R) on Friday, November 17. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs and watch as Del, an obnoxious slob of a shower curtain ring salesman travels home for Thanksgiving with his only companion Neal.
DesignCraft is AIGA Houston's 8th Annual Holiday Market featuring the work of local artists, crafters, creatives and more. Find the perfect gifts and enjoy demonstrations by local artisans, live music and local food trucks. Free.
Join us for a movie under the stars as Alamo Drafthouse Houston presents Scrooged (PG-13) on Wednesday, December 13. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs as we join Frank (Bill Murray) a selfish, cynical T.V. executive haunted by three spirits bearing lessons on Christmas Eve.