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In this week’s digest: Design t-shirts for a local non-profit, enjoy tasty BBQ at a terrific brewery, and get your virtual workout on!
An EaDo-based nonprofit that empowers local veterans is hosting a t-shirt design contest. Check out Combined Arm’s current merchandise line then start designing their newest gear. The submission deadline for the contest is 10/23.
Chill ‘n grill this Saturday 9/26 with Big Daddy Karne BBQ. The Tex-Mex team is serving their brisket tacos at 8th Wonder from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. If you’re unable to make it, good news: they plan to be at the brewery every 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month from now on.
On Sunday 9/27, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston is partnering with EaDo’s FiTMiX Yoga & Latin Fitness Studio to host a virtual Zumba class. Tune into MFAH on the Move with instructor Yuri Amor Perez, via Facebook Live. The class starts at 11 a.m.
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Round and around we go! Another EaDo favorite is reopening its doors, every Thursday through Saturday, 4 p.m. to 12 a.m.. Check out their current drink menu. Food selection will be provided by Vinny’s Pizza.
It’s finally cooling off outside—making a volleyball court seem like the best place for your next EaDo weekend get-together (while you continue to practice safe socially distancing). Deadlines to register for coed soccer are also coming up next week: 9/29 (7 vs 7) and 9/30 (9 vs 9).
Engineering the perfect dumpling isn’t easy, especially during a pandemic. Read about the challenges and triumphs the dudes have had since April, plus the unique flavors they produce—like chorizo mac ‘n’ cheese and chocolate cheesecake—in this Houston Chronicle article.