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In this digest: Learn about a special new Peace Grove, enjoy a special brunch, fill up on pancakes and take a break from the office.
New trees planted at the Columbia Tap Trail mark the start of Dakota’s Peace Grove
The Rotary Club of Houston Skyline, in collaboration with Trees for Houston, recently planted 17 trees along the Columbia Tap Trail at the site of a future pocket park called Dakota’s Peace Grove. The grove is named after a former Rotarian, environmental activist, and Founder of Footprint App Inc, Dakota Stormer, who passed away from cancer last year at the age of 26. For more information on Dakota’s Peace Grove and the tree planting, check out the video below.
Give the gift of a fabulous meal at Indianola this Mother’s Day. Choose from a long list of delicious appetizers and entrees, and finish up with one of their decadent desserts. And don’t forget the cocktail from Miss Carousel. Make your reservation today.
There’s still time to get your tickets for Saturday’s Pancakes and Booze Art Show at Warehouse Live. Just $10 opens the door to more than 100 artists and vendors, drinks and free pancakes. The fun starts at 8 p.m.
The appealing mix of wi-fi, coffee shop, cocktail bar, boardroom and lounge space has landed Brass Tacks among Houston’s most unusual bars. Stop in for a change of scenery during your workday, then stick around for a drink when you’re done.
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Surprise your Mother with an amazing cake creation.
Danny Goodwin headlines the 8th Wonder Comedy Hour on Sunday starting at 6:30 p.m.
A partnership with the MendIt app means you can have your slightly damaged clothing looking as good as new. Drop off and pick up in EaDo!
Texans take their breakfast tacos seriously, and this neighborhood favorite came prepared. Find out why Alison Cook called it “hall-of-fame” worthy.
Make plans to help kids in need by decorating brown bags for Kids’ Meals, Montgomery County.
Vote in the latest burger battle of Bad Hombre vs. Second Breakfast.