4 Events Taking Place This Week in Houston


Allow us, your Houston real estate team, to help plan your upcoming weekend! This is the last weekend of August, and the last weekend before Labor Day weekend, which is the unofficial end to summer for many. As such, we want you to get out and enjoy what is left of summer in Houston as much as possible!


Browse through this list of four specialty events taking place this week and weekend to see what appeals to you most. Mark it down in your calendar, register if necessary, and enjoy all that Houston has to offer!


1.  Tonight, head to START Houston on Delano Street for Start Houston Demo Day, which is basically Houston’s Shark Tank! From 6 to 9 p.m., you can watch local start-up companies pitching their businesses to Houston-based entrepreneurs. This occurs the fourth Wednesday of each month and is free and open to the public. There will also be time for networking before and after presentations, along with complimentary beer and snacks.


2.  Friday, Aug. 28, participate in the Clays for a Cure Challenge at American Shooting Center. Beginning at 8:30 a.m., you can participate in shooting games, enjoy donuts and coffee, and listen to a short safety briefing. Then at 10 a.m., the sporting clay tournament officially begins. Teams of four will shoot a 100-target, 10-station course. A barbecue lunch will be provided as well. Registration fees support the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.


3.  Head to the Pearland Town Center this Saturday, Aug. 29, for the Pearland Wine and Food Festival! From 12 to 7 p.m., you can sip your way through participating wineries while pairing your wine with food from local vendors. There will also be live entertainment and more than 30 art and craft vendors. Your ticket includes a souvenir glass, a festival bag, 10 tasting tickets and a t-shirt while supplies last. Additional tasting tickets can be bought for $1 each.


4.  Pegstar’s Final Show at Fitzgerald’s is taking place this Saturday, Aug. 29, before Fitzgerald’s closes for renovations and opens under new management. Live performances will include Buxton Plays Talking Heads, Wild Moccasins, Sideshow Tramps, Young Mammals and many more. Doors open at 7 p.m. and admission costs $3, or $10 for those under age 21.


As your Houston real estate team, we hope you fully enjoy one of the last weekends of summer here in Houston. Summer is also an ideal time to accomplish your goals in the Houston real estate market. If you want to buy a Houston home, sell a Houston home, or both, don’t hesitate to contact us! We’d love to help you out and look forward to hearing from you soon.


Michael Bossart

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Keller Williams Realty

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