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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Halloween may be the scariest night of the year, but the only thing you need to fear is missing out on a fabulous time if you don’t join us at Boo!chata in Midtown Houston. This celebration of music, dance, and colorful costumes will haunt Bagby Park, 415 Gray Street (between Bagby St. and Brazos St.
Honor and enjoy Independence Day by exploring Midtown Houston’s proud American history during one of our many curated events. Whether you’re celebrating this star-spangled holiday week among family over the grille or with friends by the pool, there are tons of events happening right here in Midtown that will spice up your usual traditions.
HOUSTON – Emblematic of its standing as a leader in new urbanism, Midtown Houston will host Midtown Wine Down on March 4 at Bagby Park (415 Gray St. at Bagby St.), providing residents of Midtown and beyond a wondrous opportunity to sample the enticing mix of contemporary cultural arts and aesthetic beauty unique to Midtown.