Heights - River Oaks - Montrose Edition | Sept. 2022

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SEPTEMBER 09 CATCH LATEST WORKS FROM TOURING SONGWRITER Pianist, singer and composer Gabriel Kahane will perform new songs from 31 pieces he curated in October 2020. The songs cover themes such as friendship, fatherhood and marriage as well as the bearings of the internet amid the coronavirus pandemic and climate change. 7:30 p.m. $90+. Stages, 800 Rosine St., Houston. 713-527-0220. www.stageshouston.com 09 ENJOY AUCTIONS, MUSIC AND FOOD The Greater Heights Area Chamber of Commerce will host its annual Chairman Gala. The celebration comprises entertainment, auctions, music, dinner, and gambling. Auction items include Astros tickets, Houston Zoo tickets and maid cleaning services. 7-11 p.m. $99+. Sheraton Brookhollow Hotel, 3000 N. Loop West, Houston. 713-861-6735. www.heightschamber.org 24 ENJOY DJS, RUNNING AND PARTIES The Night Nation Fun Run mixes music and running in the city’s rst-ever running music festival. Participants can run both in and out of Minute Maid Park on a course

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SUPPORT LOCAL ORCHESTRA’S NEW SEASON THE CHURCH OF ST. JOHN THE DIVINE

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TRY DISHES FROM HOUSTON’S TOP CHEFS AUTRY PARK

In its rst concert of the 2022-23 season, the River Oaks Chamber Orchestra, led by Mei-Ann Chen, plays music honoring Houston’s cultural diversity, including works by Juan Pablo Contreras and Beethoven as well as a Vietnamese folk ballad. 7 p.m. $35 (suggested donation). The Church of St. John the Divine, 2450 River Oaks Blvd., Houston. 713-665-2700. www.roco.org

Chefs For Farmers, a Texas-based food and wine festival, will be held in Houston for the rst time, bringing an all-star lineup of local chefs to serve locally sourced dishes. Over 20 chefs are participating in the event, and brewers will also serve alcoholic beverages. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Houston Food Bank. 2-5 p.m. $115. Autry Park, 3737 Cogdell St., Houston. www.chefsforfarmers.com

COURTESY RIVER OAKS CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

COURTESY CHEFS FOR FARMERS

24 WATCH LOCAL ARTISTS MAKE PROJECTS The eighth annual iteration of Artcetera, an interactive live art show, allows guests to watch Houston-based artists work on projects while enjoying food, cocktails and raes. A portion of auction proceeds will go to The Pablove Foundation, a

nonprot that teaches photography to children with cancer. The auction, which also runs online, features works from more than 20 local artists, including local art scene mainstays and rising stars. 7-10 p.m. $100 (advance), $125 (at the door). Winter Street Studios, 2101 Winter St., Houston. www.artceterahouston.com

featuring party zones followed by an after party with DJs, light shows and bubble zones. Registration comes with gear, glow sticks, access to concerts and free giveaways. 5 p.m. (festival begins), 7:30 p.m. (race begins). $34.99+. Minute Maid Park, 501 Crawford St., Houston. www.nightnationrun.com/houston

Find more or submit Heights, River Oaks and Montrose events at communityimpact.com/event-calendar. Event organizers can submit local events online to be considered for the print edition. Submitting details for consideration does not guarantee publication.

YOUR PUBLIC HEALTHCARE SYSTEM

Here. THERE IS A PLACE FOR YOU

LIFESAVING CARE FOR ALL

Join us on Sunday, September 11 for breakfast, fellowship, and connection to the many ministries kicking off this fall at First Presbyterian Church.

As the public health champion for Harris County, Harris Health System offers award-winning medical care and health-related services to keep our community safe and healthy. Thank you for your support.

9:30 AM | Breakfast 10:45 AM | Worship

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5300 MAIN ST | MORE EVENTS AT FPCHOUSTON.ORG/EVENTS

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HEIGHTS  RIVER OAKS  MONTROSE EDITION • SEPTEMBER 2022

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