We’ve compiled 5 events happening for Black professionals in Houston this week. Don’t see your event listed? Contact us today!
Friday, April 7th
See Jack Freeman on Friday, April 7th at 8 pm at Axelrod. If you haven’t caught his show live yet, we’re sorry for you! Get to it. You’ll thank us later.
Sunday, April 9th
Houston Area Urban League Young Professionals hosts Houston’s biggest crawfish festival, Sunday, April 9th, at Grooves of Houston. Complimentary admission til 4 pm tickets is available at a limited quantity so be sure to RSVP! $10 all day admission passes are also available for purchase. Purchase tickets here
March 10-April 15, 2017
In celebration of the 40th anniversary of Ntozake Shange’s genre-bending, award-winning chore poem/play, for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf, the Houston Museum of African American Culture is pleased to present I found god in myself, an exhibit curated by cultural curator, lifestyle expert, media content producer + renaissance man Peter “Souleo” Wright.
Sunday, April 9th
Help us celebrate the world that DJ Screw built at Screwston® Records’ Screwston Sunday Block Party. We will be opening up the warehouse, outside courtyard and the Hustle Town Distribution store on Sunday, April 9th from 2-9pm. Screwston® Records is located at 2122 Center Street in the Art District on Washington Avenue. The event is 21+ and complimentary drinks will be provided by Buffalo Bayou Brewing Company, Saint Arnold Brewing Company, Deep Eddy Vodka, Topo Chico Agua Mineral and 8th Wonder Brewery. Boombox Taco and Chocolate Wasted food trucks will be on site for those that are hungry.
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