March is here and, as usual, the month brings the beginning of spring and the fun and exciting events that come with it. Included below are just a few of the many things you can partake in the near future. If you click on the title of the event you can find out more information about the event. Enjoy!
Harvest Green Chef Fest | Sunday, March 10
Up-and-coming chefs unite to regale attendees with their delicious creations using seasonal produce at this “feast of freshness.” Harvest Green Chef Fest is an occasion for all ages where kids are welcome to participate in interactive cooking lessons while adults peruse the farmers market. In addition, craft cocktails, local wine and beer, live music, and a chance learn the inner workings of a working farm are all available to festival visitors. The best part? This event benefits local producers and the non profit beneficiary, I’ll Have What She’s Having.
St. Patrick’s Day at St. Arnold Brewery | Sunday, March 17
Looking for a great St. Patrick’s Day celebration? Make your way to the Saint Arnold Brewery to join in the festivities. Held in the Investors Pub, a special Irish breakfast buffet is just the beginning of this event as the rest of the day brings live music, food trucks, and special beer releases (of course!). Add in a beer pouring championship and a beard growing competition and you’ve got yourself a bonafide “can’t miss” occasion for St. Patty’s!
Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo | Ends Sunday, March 17
You would have to be living under a rock to not know that the Houston Rodeo is in full swing right now. Grab a pair of cowboy boots and head on down to NRG stadium! You have until March 17th to grab tickets for concerts, enjoy the carnival around the stadium, watch some dazzling rodeo competitions, or eat delicious BBQ and fried foods to your heart’s content. We’re going to have to wish you good luck if you’re looking for George Strait tickets this year. We heard they sold out within hours!
Tour de Houston| Sunday, March 17
Presented by Apache, the cycling fundraiser known as Tour de Houston provides eager natives and visitors a unique way to view the city. Routes wind through historic neighborhoods, scenic districts and parks which ends with a post-ride party that includes free food and beverages. There a three different rides so you can ride for leisure or enthusiasm all to benefit Houston’s Reforestation Program!