The story of a shoulder-padded, scrunchie-wearing clique of three girls ruling Westerberg High takes the stage at Lone Star College-North Harris as the LSC-North Harris Drama Department presents Kevin Murphy and Laurence O’Keefe’s “Heathers the Musical” beginning Tuesday, Feb. 18.
Throughout the month of February, Lone Star College-North Harris is celebrating Black History Month with various events and informative discussions to highlight the history and achievements of African Americans throughout American history. The events are designed to be educational and engaging for the attendees. All events hosted by the college are free and open to the public.
The Houston Independent School District’s top student-athletes will sign ceremonial letters of intent in the presence of their families, coaches and fellow competitors at the district’s annual ceremony on Wednesday, Feb. 5.
Winston Contemporary Art Presents 'A Conversation With' Featuring Award Winning Journalist, Chris Tomlinson & Historian, Adina Oubre
Workshop on being a plugged-in parent scheduled for Nov. 19 WHAT: The November Parent University workshops, hosted by four Houston Independent School District campuses, will provide participants with practical lessons and insights for keeping their children safe in the digital age. The workshops will address issues such as parental involvement in their child’s online activities,
Women-only members gym offers helping hand to Arrow Child & Family Ministries Spring, TX (November 8, 2019) – “Tis the season,” according to Vanessa Hall, Owner and General Manager of SHAPES Fitness for Women (SHAPES), a 6,670-square-foot women’s-only members gym in Spring, Texas. SHAPES opened for business in late March 2019 and the “season” Hall
Fort Bend County & Beyond. Suburban Sugar Land Women & Partners continue celebrating their 30th ServiceVersary by providing free, open to the public, and ongoing programs to infants, children, youth, and adults. Each SSLW dual Member|Partner is committed to provide quarterly projects and donate/secure tax – deductible donations. Proceeds benefit ongoing programs, projects, and scholarships.
The Aldine PreK Festival took place Saturday, June 8 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Blanson Career and Technical Education High School. The event ensured families learned about the District’s award-winning early education programs and resources that are available to their families and children. It was also a great opportunity to enroll eligible 4-year-olds in prekindergarten.