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5 Reasons to Get Fit in Midtown with LaDonte Lotts

  As cooler temps start to roll in and holiday feasting approaches, it’s a great time to get back into the spirit of exercise. Our next Get Fit in Midtown event hosted by LaDonte Lotts is your chance to bust a move during a fun one-hour workshop on November 11 at 9 a.m. Read on

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Three Reasons to Visit the New Public Art Piece Going Up in Midtown Park

  Public art enhances our community’s beauty while supporting local artists. That’s why we’ve commissioned a monumental new public art piece at Midtown Park by nationally acclaimed Houston artist Dixie Friend Gay. The 12 by 63 feet mosaic, ‘Wild Wonderland,’ will greet visitors to the park at the Main Street entrance, offering a colorful welcome

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Make Shopping Merry at Mistletoe Market

  You’ll find plenty of reasons to smile as you jumpstart your holiday shopping at Midtown Houston’s Mistletoe Market. From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, November 18 and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, November 19, this free event in Bagby Park (415 Gray Street) will showcase fine arts and crafts and

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Historic Baldwin Park hosts Second Sundays

In the shadows of Houston’s glass and concrete towers, the green spaces and parks of Midtown Houston offer residents and visitors a welcome break. They are places to play, have a picnic, walk your dog, or just relax. One such place is historic Elizabeth Baldwin Park, acquired by the City of Houston in 1905. This

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Why You Should Visit The Eight Foot, Quilt-Inspired Art Sculpture at The Collective

  Public art is one of the many ways our Midtown Houston community beautifies the environment while adding cultural value. The Community Artists’ Collective (The Collective) – one of Houston’s most treasured community art spaces –  recently installed a large, colorful sculpture called Quilt Peace in front of the Bermac Art Building at 4101 San

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Have an Open Conversation With a Local Police Officer at Upcoming Midtown Houston Coffee With a Cop Event

  Coffee is a daily habit that many of us love to indulge in. It gets us energized or provides comfort when we need reassurance. It also makes for great common ground when you have the chance to chat openly with a police officer about your concerns, questions or shared interests.  Join us at Midtown

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Help Shape Your Midtown Houston Community by Volunteering to Serve on the Board of Directors

Have you ever wanted to make a direct impact on your community? Now’s your opportunity to do just that while holding a significant leadership position. Bring your ideas and help shape the future of Midtown Houston by volunteering on the Midtown Management District (MMD) Board of Directors. The Board needs individuals with time to develop programs

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Apartment Living Spotlight: Thrive in a Top Rated Venterra Community at Calais Midtown Apartments

  Choosing a long-term living space isn’t a choice to make lightly. Where you live can have a significant effect on your overall happiness and sense of stability. We adore Calais Midtown Apartments because it can satisfy both of those needs. It also doesn’t hurt that it’s part of the nationally top rated Venterra Living

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Join A Summer Oasis of Flowers and Vegetables at Midtown Houston’s Chenevert Urban Gardens

  Sometimes you need to get away from the stone and metal bustle of the city without truly leaving it. Midtown Houston’s Chenevert Urban Gardens at 2503 Chenevert Street is a nonprofit community green space where locals can engage in the satisfying work of gardening. Flowers and Vegetables Flourish at Midtown Houston’s Chenevert Urban Gardens

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