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What’s happening this week: EaDo locations make a Thrillist list, the Eatsie Boys food truck at 8th Wonder Brewery gets a review, plus Election Day information,.
Election day for primary elections is March 3. Polls are open on Tuesday, March 3 from 7 a.m.- 7 p.m. As a reminder, you can vote at any open location in Harris County as a registered Harris County voter. To find the nearest location to you, text VOTE to 833-937-0700 or visit harrisvotes.com
In preparation for Election Day, if you’d like to view your ballot in advance, a sample ballot is currently available online.
EaDo locations make Thrillist list
EaDo has a lot to offer for everyone in Houston. Need proof? Four EaDo locations made Thrillist’s list of “The Coolest Things to Do in Houston After Dark.” Check out which EaDo favorites made the cut and where to find them here.
Located in 8th Wonder Brewery’s backyard, the Eatsie Boys food truck offers up fries and a variety of grill fare that pairs perfectly with a pint. In a recent review by the Houston Chronicle’s top restaurant critic, Allison Cook, she expressed admiration for their burger’s sturdy but tasty structure, delicately spicy pickles made in-house, and delicious waffle fries.
Little Woodrow’s Eado- Leap Day
Little Woodrow’s is bringing some zen into EaDo as they host Goat Yoga Houston in celebration of Leap Day. This class gives you a chance to interact with goats (including baby goats) while doing yoga led by a certified instructor. To participate in the fun, head down to Little Woodrow’s this Saturday, February 29, 2020 at 11 a.m. Purchasing tickets online ahead of time is recommended, as space is limited.
The Fifth Annual Tiny Show – A big showcase for tiny artwork
Are you on the search for art to fill that 4″ x 4″ empty space in your home? Texas Art Asylum’s fifth annual Tiny Show starts this weekend and runs from February 29-March 1. The showcase includes art no larger than 4″ x 4″ and is free to the public. The show kicks off at 4 p.m. Saturday at 1719 Live Oak Street.
Friday March 6, ComedySports Houston presents its Improv the musical event. The story, the music, and the choreography will all be determined by the audience the day of the event, so you’ll be in for a treat. Tickets are $16 for adults and $14 for groups of more than 14 people. Be sure to visit their website for additional information.