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May 2015
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Preservation Houston Good Brick Tour

May 2 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

About the event: “Get an inside look at some of the city’s best restored homes and buildings during Preservation Houston’s second annual Good Brick Tour. The event showcases six outstanding projects that have won Good Brick Awards for excellence in historic preservation. These privately owned homes and buildings are not usually open to the public.

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$25

Preservation Houston Good Brick Tour

May 3 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

About the event: “Get an inside look at some of the city’s best restored homes and buildings during Preservation Houston’s second annual Good Brick Tour. The event showcases six outstanding projects that have won Good Brick Awards for excellence in historic preservation. These privately owned homes and buildings are not usually open to the public.

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Reimagine Your Neighborhood Through Play: Join James Rojas in Creative Urban Planning

May 5 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Leonel J. Castillo Community Center,
2101 South Street, Houston, TX 77009
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Houston is in the process of developing a general plan. Share your voice and visions. Bring your whole family. James Rojas is an urban planner and artist who uses hundreds of repurposed, colorful objects to help participants visualize their ideas, memories, and hopes for their community. The event is free and open to all ages. Light refreshments will be served. This event is sponsored by the Rice School of Architecture, Rice Design Alliance, the Kinder Institute, and the Office of…

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Bike To Work Day 2015: Texas Medical Center

May 8 @ 7:00 am - 8:00 am

BikeHouston is joining with partners to promote biking to work in May. They will have a support station with food, drinks, and prizes set up at the south side of Cambridge Street (FINISH on the map). They are leading group rides from various neighborhoods into the Medical Center (see STARTS on the map). Group rides will have a ride leader who will show you how to safely commute into work. All rides arrive to TMC by 8 a.m.; start times…

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BikeHouston: CycloFemme Global Woman’s Cycling Day Ride

May 10 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Happy Fatz,
3510 White Oak Drive, Houston, TX 77007
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CycloFemme is a Global Women’s Cycling Day to celebrate women on bikes. For the third time, BikeHouston is organizing a casual ride for women on Mother’s Day. Bring your friends, mothers, daughters, and sisters. Bring the women you want to inspire to ride! BikeHouston prefers all riders and volunteers to be women. However, if you are a male and would like to accompany your wife, sister, daughter, mother, aunt, etc. to the event, BikeHouston is happy to have you volunteer…

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Bike To Work Day 2015: Greenway Plaza/Galleria

May 14 @ 6:45 am - 8:05 am

BikeHouston is joining with partners to promote riding in May. They will have a support station with food, drinks, and prizes set up outside Greenway Plaza (STATION on the map). They are leading group rides from various neighborhoods into both Greenway Plaza and Williams Tower in the Galleria (see STARTS on the map). Group rides will have a ride leader who will show you how to safely commute into work. All rides arrive to Greenway Plaza by 7:45 a.m. and…

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Bike To Work Day 2015: Downtown

May 15 @ 6:40 am - 8:30 am

BikeHouston and the City of Houston are partnering to promote biking to work. The City is leading a celebratory ride, 4.5 miles in length starting and ending at Hermann Square from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. BikeHouston is leading group rides from various neighborhoods (see STARTS on the map) that will join the celebratory ride, either at the start or at points along the way. Group rides will have a ride leader who will show you how to safely commute…

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Cigna Sunday Streets Houston: Navigation Boulevard

May 17 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Cigna Sunday Streets Houston provides a family-friendly opportunity to be physically active. For four hours one Sunday a month, selected Houston streets are closed to motorized traffic allowing Houstonians to cycle, walk, run, dance, and socialize in the street. Learn more about Sunday Streets and see RDA’s coverage of the event on our blog, OffCite.org. The route will go along Navigation Boulevard between Jensen and Lockwood.

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