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Our Mission is clear. “Connect the World Through Events.”

And while that Mission may sound simple, it’s not always easy. The last few months have not been easy. And certainly, the last few days have not been easy. Our hearts break over the clear and painful fracture in our country.

There are times to stay silent. Now is not one of those times.

We stand with those who are peacefully protesting the grave injustice of George Floyd’s death. Every man and woman is entitled to their unalienable rights of “Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

Over 20,000 days ago Dr. Martin Luther King said, “Now is the time to lift our nation from the quicksands of racial injustice to the solid rock of brotherhood. Now is the time to make justice a reality for all of God’s children.” 

We cannot say it better. 

Some say that America is a “failed experiment.”  We think they are wrong. At its core America is hope. Hope can move mountains. Hope can heal. 

Others say that we will get back to “normal” soon. We hope that never happens. We are the architects of our future. It’s our choice to let those led by self-serving political interests define our normal. We choose NO to normal. Our “new normal” is what we make it. 

Connecting the World Through Events is our Mission because events are where we bond around common interests and experience life together. Together. No matter the color of our skin. Together. 

Fractures can be repaired. 

As our city begins to open we hope that you can find joy in connecting with one another safely at an event this week. Here are some of our favorites:

Discover Houston’s diverse cultural landscape through original compositions.

This is the first week of these virtual live concerts that will be featuring unique locations in Downtown Houston. So you definitely don’t want to miss out! 

You’ll be able to join the watch party on Downtown Houston’s Facebook and Instagram pages.

Event Details
🗓 JUN 06 | 1PM–2PM
📍 Houston, Texas

You can tune in for the Facebook video premiere on June 6th at 10am and watch a time-lapse video of how each artist created their works!

You will also be able to check out the artwork when picking up your to-go orders to support local and shop local.

This is a great opportunity to see the beautiful art in the city and give love to our local businesses and restaurants!

Event Details
🗓 JUN 06 | 10AM–2PM
📍 Baldwin Park

Houston opening up means the farmer’s markets are making a comeback!

Every Saturday the Energy Corridor Farmers Market at Republic Square is bringing you harvest vendors, artisan foods, craft vendors, rotating food trucks, and more.

Meet your neighbor, enjoy your community, breathe fresh air!

Event Details
🗓 JUN 06 | 10AM–2PM
📍 Republic Square

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Edna Mancia

Edna Mancia

Edna is a City Manager for UNATION and author of the  Stuff to Do in Houston blog. For more insight on the best events and things to do in the Houston area, download the UNATION app and follow @StufftoDoinHouston on Instagram and Facebook.

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