Plan Your Weekend: February 4 to 7, 2021

Saturday, February 6, 2021

  • Eco-printing Two Ways at Houston Arboretum & Nature Center Paint using leaves and watercolors to create instant eco-prints for framing, journal covers and more, when Houston Arboretum & Nature Center hosts a class for ages 12 and up. $65 for nonmembers; $40 for members. 9am to noon.
  • Freedmen’s Town Farmer’s Market in Fourth Ward | No Cover – Stop through historic Freedmen’s Town to shop local goods, fresh ingredients, artisan works and more at this farmers market near Downtown. 9am to 2pm.
  • Midtown Houston presents Virtual Chalk on the Block | FREE | Virtual – Watch as local artists create worlds on the pavement in Midtown without leaving your house during the Virtual Chalk on the Block event on Midtown Houston’s Facebook page. 10am.
  • A Flora Faire Pop Up Market at Cedar Creek Bar & Grill | No Cover – Shop a variety of plant workshops from area exotic growers as well as local artisans when Cedar Creek Bar & Grill hosts A Flora Faire pop-up market. 10am to 3pm.
  • Saturday in Smither Park | FREE – Head to the ever-evolving Smither Park next to The Orange Show to take in the latest installations and see local folk artists working on the intricate sculpting and mosaic work that helps shape one of Houston’s most unique parks. 10am to 4pm.
  • HOH To Go: Woven Bracelets at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft | FREE – Inspired by HCCC’s current exhibition, Weave Houston, guests can pick up a free activity kit from HCCC and use their detailed instructions to learn how to make a woven bracelet, including how to use a small handmade loom and yarn while celebrating 71 Years of the Contemporary Handweavers of Houston. 11am to 1pm.
  • First Saturday Arts Market in The Heights | No Cover – Shop goods, artisan goods and works by local artists while browsing socially distanced vendor booths at the free First Saturday Arts Market in the Heights. 11am to 6pm.
  • One Love Festival at SpindleTap Brewery | No Cover – Celebrate the life and legacy of late music icon Bob Marley when SpindleTap Brewery hosts the One Love Festival, featuring live Reggae music, Jamaican and Caribbean vendors, and the release of their One Love DIPA. 11am to 6pm.
  • Sweetheart’s Market at Town Center Park | FREE – Browse artisan items for that special someone in your life while shopping from local vendors and small businesses at the Sweetheart’s Market at Town Center Park in Kingwood. Noon.
  • Writespace presents LGBTQ+ Writers’ Workshop on Zoom Take part in an online workshop that will present ideas critical to queer identity while aiming to foster a safe rapport among LGBTQIA+ writers when Writespace hosts a discussion on Zoom. $45 to $60. 1pm to 4pm.
  • CAMH presents Virtual Open Studio: Self Portrait Remix | FREE – Learn how to make an experimental self-portrait with a virtual talk hosted by CAMH, inspired by the unconventional photography and remixing of materials in their current exhibition, Slowed and Throwed: Records of the City Through Mutated Lenses. 1pm.
  • Virtual Opening Reception & Artist Talk for Archway Gallery’s Regeneration on Facebook Live | FREE – Welcome the debut of Archway Gallery’s February exhibit by Carol Berger, Liz Conces Spencer, and Gene Hester, Regeneration, during a virtual opening reception and artist talk where the artists will share their concerns regarding the impact of human on the planet’s survival, the destruction of habitats, and more, while talking a bit about their new works in clay, paint, and glass. The exhibition is on view through Thursday, March 4, 2021. Reception from 6:30pm to 7pm.
  • Houston Rockets vs. San Antonio Spurs at Toyota Center – Watch as the Rockets host a DeMar DeRozan-led San Antonio Spurs in a home court showdown in the heart of Downtown at Toyota Center. $24 to over $300, but you may find better or cheaper seats on the TicketNetwork marketplace. This game is also broadcast on ATT SportsNet-SW. 7pm to 9:30pm.
  • Whiskey Daniels in Concert at The Rustic Downtown | No Cover – Get your country music fix while tapping your foot to the beat of Whiskey Daniels’ traditional country music sound when they take the stage at The Rustic in Downtown. 7:30pm.
  • Reverend Horton Heat in Concert at Scout Bar Rock out to an energetic live set from the Dallas-based psychobilly trio, Reverend Horton Heat when they take the stage at Scout Bar in the Bay Area. The Guillotines open the show. $20 to $50. 8pm.
  • Selena Movie Screening at The Drive-In off Navigation – Watch the timeless and tragic story of the queen of Tejano music during a drive-in screening of the 1997 film Selena, starring Jennifer Lopez as the Mexican-American icon, Selena Quintanilla, during Rooftop Cinema Club’s showing at The Drive-In off Navigation. $26 to $36 per vehicle. 9pm.

Sunday, February 7, 2021

  • Cars & Coffee for a Cause at Market Street in The Woodlands | FREE – Start your Sunday taking in a display of classic cars and automobiles as well as raising money for local charities when the Woodlands Car Club presents its monthly Cars & Coffee for a Cause at Market Street in The Woodlands. 7am to 10am.
  • Bayou Bikers Ride at Market Square Park | FREE – Close out your weekend with a 25- to 40-mile bike ride exploring the bayous of Houston in this outdoor event that aims to show Houstonians and visitors the beauty of the city’s waterways. 8am.
  • Houston Heights Market at Onion Creek | No Cover – Shop from a variety of local vendors while grooving to DJ tunes and dining on delicious brunch options when Houston Heights Market sets up at Onion Creek in the Heights. 10am to 3pm.
  • Super Bowl Takeout Packages at Bludorn in Fourth Ward Snag some big game eats while supporting Chris Shepherd’s Southern Smoke Foundation with Bludorn’s big game packages, classic game day meals to-go for groups of two or four with wing options, spinach and artichoke dip, Bludorn’s dry-aged burger and more. $55 for two; $100 for four; preordering are required. 10:30am to 7:30pm.
  • Transcend: An Online Wellbeing Experience | FREE | Virtual – Take part in an emotional healing masterclass, led by Houston-based wellbeing teacher Harry Ogbogu, that offers participants new perspectives about their lives and guidance on how to live more empowered life experiences with topics ranging from abandonment and rejection to anxiety, fear and more. 11am to noon.
  • Super Sunday at Tikila’s | No Cover – Watch the Big Game on the front deck, inside or on the large backyard patio of Tikila’s in the Heights when they host a Super Sunday party featuring drink specials, live DJs, and eats from area food trucks. The first 50 people will snag one free pound of crawfish and one drink. 11am to 11pm.
  • 6th Annual Super Boil at Axis Sports Bar Houston | No Cover – Head to Washington Ave for a Super Boil party filled with drink specials, raffle prizes, more than forty TVs to watch the game, and crawfish when Axis Sports Bar hosts their big game bash. There’s no cover, but food and drinks are on guests. Noon to 10pm.
  • Crawfish for Super Bowl Sunday at The Pit Room | No Cover – Dine in or grab your crawfish to-go when The Pit Room hosts a big game party on multiple TVs on their patio. Menu item prices vary. 1pm.
  • The Big Game Watch Party at The Rustic Post Oak Pair your big game Sunday with a pre-party featuring a set by DJ collective, Shakin All Over, when The Rustic Post Oak hosts the Big Game on multiple TVs as well as delicious eats like maple bourbon chicken wings, street corn fries and more. 3pm to 10pm.
  • All-You-Can-Eat Crawfish & Super Sunday Football Viewing at Neon Boots Dancehall & Saloon Get ready for some football when the LGBTQ+ country dancehall Neon Boots hosts an afternoon all-you-can-eat crawfish boil and Super Sunday viewing event. $25 for all you can eat; $10 for individual plates; $100 for a reserved table for four. 3pm to 10pm.
  • The Big Game at Stats Sports Bar and Grill | No Cover – Say cheers to the big game with drink specials, packages and more, while watching live at Stats Sports Bar and Grill where you can pick your favorite team when you arrive for a free shot every time that team gets a touchdown. There’s no cover, but food and drinks are on guests. 3pm to 11:55pm. 
  • Super Bowl Watch Party at Lucky’s Pub West Head to the West side of town to enjoy a Super Sunday filled with crawfish, shrimp by the pound, bingo, DJs, and Super Bowl viewing when Lucky’s Pub West hosts a big game screening. 3pm.
  • Super Bowl Tailgate & Watch Party at Capitol HTX | No Cover – Kick off your Super Sunday by capitalizing on happy hour drinks during the game, tasty tacos, burgers and more along with a dozen large TVs and two massive projection screens. Ages 21 and up. No cover before 7pm; reserve a cabana or table with any flavor Ciroc bottle and cocktail service for $100 before half time. Doors open at 4pm; kickoff is at 5:30pm.
  • House Party Movie Screening at The Drive-In off Navigation Lose yourself to laughter during a drive-in screening of 1990 musical comedy classic House Party, starring star Kid and Play of the popular hip hop duo Kid ‘n Play, at The Drive-In off Navigation in the East End. $26 to $36 per vehicle. 9:15pm.

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