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Singin’ in the Rain!

With the latest showers we found the perfect rain accessory--the UZO umbrella. Designed by Houstonian Ronald Obmaces, this sleek, efficient parasol will keep you dry, and fashionable at the same time! Available at Tootsies. $160

 


 

Hair Wear



Summer in Houston means bright colors, cool clothes, and fun accessories. Add a feather extension to your “do” for a bit of whimsy and romance. Langford Market, now with two locations-one in Rice Village and now in the Heights- is having a feather extension evening.
Be daring. It’s worked for Stevie Nicks.

Thursday June 30th
6- 7:30pm
$20 for 3 feathers
RSVP to reserve your spot
(713)880-1515
http://langfordmarket.com/




Have you made reservations for the HHH night at Cha? Make it a date night, a girls night, or a friend’s night. There will be $5 glasses of wine, $20 bottles, complimentary appetizers, door prizes and fun! (You can wear your feathers!)
RSVP to houstonhh@gmail.com.

Tuesday, July 12
Cha
810 Waugh
www.chahouston.com

 


 

Houston Philanthropy

Blasting Off for a Night of Fine
Wine and Intelligent Fun


Dick Sanger, Dick Richards, Melanie Johnson, and Pat Cunningham
photo by Alexander’s Fine Portraits

Over 250 “Outer” Space fans landed at the River Oaks home of Kim and Dan Tutcher for a “friendraiser” for Space Center Houston. Hosted by Board member Pat Cunningham, the first ever event had the added appeal of tasting excellent wines, which wine connoisseur Franelle Rogers arranged including the appropriately named Meteor wine. Guests learned about the extensive education programs offered at Space Center for students and teachers. Since doors opened in 1992, Space Center Houston has welcomed 13 million visitors, provided educational programs for 70,000 teachers and classes for 50,000 Houston area teachers. Joining Cunningham was former space shuttle commander Dick Richards, who commanded four shuttle missions. Ellen Ochoa, three-time mission payload specialist, mingled in the crowd as well. Guests were greeted by valet parkers dressed in flight suits. Mixing and mingling attendees viewed models of shuttles, rockets and planets with Director of Education for Space Center Houston, Dr. Melanie Johnson on hand to answer any questions. As they departed goodie bags included a piece of space, part of a meteor to take home.


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Rising Artist Enters The Houston Art Scene


Katherine Houston and Lisa Reid
by The Photo Boutique

Former investment broker-turned painter, Katherine Houston, awed her guests with abstract images inspired by city life and landscapes. What gathered strong interest, however, was her original practice of “reverse painting.” With this technique, Houston paints an image on one side of the glass, but her actual work of art is pictured on the reverse side. Phoenicia Specialty Foods provided several light snacks for the event.




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