September 2011 Events Calendar

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Wednesday, September 21
Heritage Society: Heritage Society Historic Home Tour

See these beautifully restored homes built as early as the 1800's on a guided tour of the Heritage Society Historic Homes. Tour times are 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1p.m. and 2:30 p.m.

1100 Bagby St.
713.827.2800

Thursday, September 22The Houston Club: Healthcare Job Fair & Exhibit

Hundreds of employers from doctor's offices, pharmaceutical companies, healthcare facilities and other medical fields will be recruiting employment and conducting on-site interviews from 10 a.m.


to 4 p.m. Register early to possibly schedule one-on-one interviews for the day of the fair.

811 Rusk 713.225.1661

Friday, September 23
Minute Maid Park: Free Hepatitis C Testing

Visit Minute Maid Park for a free screening for chronic Hepatitis C and a chance to meet Houston Astros manager Brad Mills. You must be at least 18 years of age to participate.

501 Crawford
713.259.8000

Saturday, September 24
Sam Houston Park: Houston Wine Festival

Downtown Houston will set the scene of the 2nd annual Houston Wine Fest. In addition to over 200 featured wines, visitors can enjoy food samplings from some of the best restaurants Houston has to offer. Over 19,000 guests are expected to attend the festival this year. Be one of them.

1100 Bagby
281.807.8700

Sunday, September 25
Midtown "Superblock": Best of Houston BestFest

Be present for the very first annual Houston Press BestFest, an outdoor music festival featuring Cake, Buxton, Bun B, Deer Tick, the Tontons and more. Festivities begin at 12 p.m. and two-day weekend passes are $40.

2800 Main

Monday, September 26
The Flat: Rock Steady Monday

?Kick back with the legendary DJ Sun as he spins the best of old school soul, jazz, raggae and other downtempo sounds. We strongly recommend trying one of their Houston-famous frozen mojitos as well.

Tuesday, September 27Bar Boheme: Ladies' Night

Ladies enjoy special happy hour prices every Tuesday night. Sorry, fellas.

307 Fairview
?713.529.1099

Wednesday, September 28
Maid Park: Astros vs. Cardinals

Will the home team pull through and defeat the St. Louis Cardinals? Find out for yourself tonight at 7:05.

501 Crawford
713.259.8000

Thursday, September 29
Bistro Lancaster: Historic Pub Crawl

Visit five pubs in Houston's Downtown Historic District and learn the rich history of the area. The tour includes a stop at the Spaghetti Warehouse which is rumored to be the most haunted building in downtown Houston.

Friday, September 30
Museum of Fine Arts: Manhattan Short Film Festival

Audience members attending the Manhattan Short Film festival will receive the rare opportunity to play a part in the selection of the festival winner. The MSFF is the first and only global film festival and over 200 cities worldwide will participate in this event. Showtime begins at 7 p.m. and adult tickets are $6.

1001 Bissonnet St.
713.639.7515

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