5 Things

1 Enjoy the great outdoors with a purpose Saturday morning. The Baytown Nature Center’s latest installment of the Nurture Nature Series is slated to start at 10 a.m. and run through noon. This month’s special program will feature kayaking. The program is free with general admission. The Baytown Nature Center is located at 6213 Bayway Drive. 

2 Add a touch of class to your life with a quick trip to the Sterling Municipal Library today. The First Friday Tea will be from 4 to 4:45 p.m. The family friendly event will feature some tea and light refreshments from France. The library is located at 1 Mary Wilbanks Avenue. 

3 Make a quick trip down 146 to Mont Belvieu Saturday for the monthly Farmer’s Market. The market features fresh veggies, fruits, organic meats and homemade goods. The family friendly event will be from 8 a.m. to noon in City Park, located at 10900 Eagle Drive in Mont Belvieu.

4 Looking for a light activity for the weekend? La Porte may have something to offer you. The Main Street Trade Days will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday on, you guessed it, Main Street. The event offers some shopping opportunities in the world of antiques, re-purposed furniture, collectables and vendors. Bring an appetite with you and sample one of the eateries along our neighbor’s main shopping artery. 

5 Weekend date ideas abound in 5 things to do. The First Saturday Arts Market in The Heights. The market features shopping, live music, food truck bites, all under the beautiful Houston sky. The event is from 6 to 10 p.m. and admission is free, which is always a bonus. The market will be located at 540 W. 19th Street in Houston. 



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