Happening in Houston: Top 10 Must-Dos [12/17/21]

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Singer Sarah Brightman performs during the opening ceremony on day 11 of the 11th IAAF World Athletics Championships on August 25, 2007 at Nagai Stadium in Osaka, Japan.

Houston will be full of activities this week as locals prepare for the holidays. If you’re looking for something to do in the area this week, there’s plenty to choose from with family events, singles get-togethers, fun couples and events. girls night out event.

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Here are the top 10 things to do in Houston this week:

1. Family Movie Night: “Home Alone”

Get popcorn ready for a family movie night at City Place Plaza in The Woodlands Friday, December 17, 2021. “Home Alone” begins at sundown, 6:45pm. Attendees are free.

Notes on city location That space is limited, so families are asked to respond by emailing rsvp@public-content.com with the subject line “Kevin!”

2. Afternoon tea at St. Regis Houston

Afternoon Tea at St. Regis Houston is held on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays in the Houston metropolitan area.

“Join the age-old tradition of Afternoon Tea at The St. Regis Houston in our luxury lounge,” the hotel wrote. “Join us Friday through Sunday and sip a cup of St. Regis Blend when you hear a harpist perform.”

Pre-booking is required. The cost is $59 for adults and $32 for children. Afternoon tea is held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 3pm to 5pm and 11am to 1pm Saturday and Sunday.

3. Murder Mystery Dinner Theater: “A Christmas With No Clues”

If you’re looking for a fun date night idea or an activity with friends or family, check out Murder Mystery Dinner Theater: “A Christmas With Few Clues,” Friday nights and Saturday at Agatha Theater’s Creative Learning Society at 7pm in Rosenberg. This is the last weekend for the show.

“Our audience will instantly complete Goofy challenges to win Clues…. Discover hidden evidence and some spectators even become characters in the story! It’s the perfect evening for those who love solving crimes and those who enjoy getting involved in some seriously bad deeds! ” Agatha Theater wrote.

Visitors can purchase a ticket that doesn’t include dinner for $35 or enjoy a catered meal with their ticket for $59.

4. Snow days (real): 100% chance of snow

Children of all ages are invited to play in the snow at the Children’s Museum of Houston from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, December 18, through Wednesday, December 29.

“Snow?! In Texas?! That’s right!” the Houston Children’s Museum writes. “A cloud of nimbostratus will descend on the Children’s Museum of Houston to transform our yard into a winter wonderland. Put on your gloves and expect a 100% chance of snow! ”

Admission is $12, and the event will be held in the courtyard.

5. Sarah Brightman: The “Christmas Symphony” Tour

Sarah Brightman will perform at the Smart Finance Center in Sugar Land at 7:30pm on Saturday, December 18 as part of the “Christmas Symphony” Tour.

Tickets start at $69.50. Buy tickets and find more details, including COVID-19 policy, here.

6. International Soul Food Festival at The Zone

Savor delicious food, listen to music from around the world, and indulge through the International Food Festival at The Zone, noon to 6 p.m., Saturday, December 18,

“There will be cultural, entertainment and live music performances. There will be several other small business vendors including clothing, accessories, jewelry, bathing & bodywear, menswear, health, etc.” EventBrite says.

Children 16 and under are free and adult tickets are $5. The event page says free parking is available in the area. Proceeds will be donated to the Hope for Us charity.

7. Mrs. Claus’s Gingerbread Factory

Build delicious gingerbread houses with special guest Mrs. Claus at Woodlands Children’s Museum Saturday, December 18, 10am-2pm

Admission is $7 for adults and children 1 year and older. The cost to join is $5. Buy tickets and find more details here.

8. New Texas Pro Wrestling Gifts: Lone Star 2

New Texas Pro Wrestling’s Lone Star 2 opens at Houston Premier Arena on Saturday, December 18. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and ring time at 7 p.m.

Buy tickets and learn more here.

9. Singles event “Every Single Sun” at Interio Bar

Meet and socialize with singles at Interio Bar on Sundays for “Every Sun.”

“Join elite singles every Sunday for cocktails, chat, snacks, music, and speed dating.” event page says.

Buy ticket here.

10. Children’s Film Festival at Asia Society Center Texas

Join other local kids and families for a cultural film experience where kids can watch movies from around the world at the Asia Society Center Texas from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday. Monday, December 20 to Wednesday, December 22. A food truck will be provided on site, and attendance is free. Registration is required.

“Exploring the humor, action, and artistry of films from around the world, this year’s films highlight everyday themes of great anime films from Japan, children amazing kids in America and amazing adventures spread across Asia,” the event page said.

Learn more and sign up here.

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Ian Walker

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