Free bird and nature walks along a heavily wooded portion of Rummel Creek are offered the first Saturday of every month, but it’s equally rewarding to discover the beautiful bridges and picturesque ponds on your own.
Walk it off by strolling around the historic heart of Old Town Spring, making stops at the mom-and-pop and antique shops.
) For nights when: It's gorgeous outside but you don't have your own backyard And you want to meet: Local indie music fans Who are into: Craft beer and bourbon cocktails at picnic tables And: Taking and then giving away photos with a Polaroid camera For nights when: You wish Houston was Hawaii And you want to meet: Other people who hate dressing up for work Who are into: Mid-century modern design aesthetics And: Planning vacations based around rum-distillery tours For nights when: You don't want to get dressed up And you want to meet: High-achieving HBCU grads Who are into: Blowing off steam to some serious rump-shakers And: Enjoying the occasional cigar For nights when: You want to hoist a nice pint of ale And you want to meet: Old-school live-music fans Who are into: Legendary Americana acts And: Also British food For nights when: You've just gotta dance!
And you want to meet: Other people who actually know how to dance Who are into: Salsa music mixed with a little EDMAnd: Who also value a really good chimichanga from the bike station on the Navigation Esplanade and cruise around exploring the street art of East Downtown.
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Vietnamese versions of steak-and-eggs and chicken-and-waffles at this Montrose favorite have the protein to help you recharge. Bonus points: Share your bone-marrow-buttered baguette. Reliability is key when making memories of this scale.You won’t need a tent, but you will need a sleeping bag, pillows, reservations and—of course— s’mores supplies.For nights when: You want all your pizza, beer and cultural programming in one place And you want to meet: Fellow NPR contributors Who are into: Cult-classic movies (Monday movie nights kick off at p.m.!It all started when the Instagram account @h_e_r_s_t_o_r_y—which documents herstoric lesbian culture from the 1800s through the 1990s—started posting personal ads submitted by its followers late last year.
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Grab a small popcorn and a box of Raisinets or Junior Mints for , and settle in for the show.