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Feeling Lucky?





It's time to trade in your stilettos for bowling shoes! Lucky Strike Lounge
and Bowl opened in The Pavilions. This is not your grandparents bowling alley.

This is a sophisticated lounge, that just happens to have bowling lanes. The bar area is sleek and modern with a double-sided fire place and a DJ who plays the coolest tunes. The room has several big screen televisions above the bartenders, that play music videos.

On the other side are ten bowling lanes with automatic scoring, so you can enjoy
adult beverages and have fun. Above each lane are more screens playing different
music videos. Hard to know whether to dance or bowl. Pool tables are nearby; so are
attentive wait staff. Don't know whether to play or eat.

The Luxe VIP room is perfect for corporate or private parties.
It has four lanes, pool tables, bar and sitting area.

And we wouldn't want to forget that Lucky Strike is also available for children's parties.

During the month of October mention the code C100 and 20% of what you
spend at Lucky Strike will go to The Childrens Museum of Houston.




Lucky Strike
at The Houston Pavilions
1201 San Jacinto
Third Level
713-343-3300
www.bowlluckystrike.com





Rosary Beads




Linda O'Neal, is a RN with a creative side who designs and makes rosary inspired necklaces. Using the romantic and religious aspects of each piece, she has created necklaces that have the same feeling as a religious item of jewelry. She employs a "picker" who travels through Europe scavenging for the perfect beads, antiques pocket shrines, medals and crosses so each necklace is one-of-a-kind.





You can find her jewelry at Raintree Boutique, More Than You Can Imagine,
and in Round Top at Lizzie Lou's.



Books on the Bayou







The Houston Public Library invites all Houstonians to join together to read author Zora Neale Hurston, for its annual Books on the Bayou Program. Books on the Bayou is designed to encourage all Houstonians to read the same book at the same time, provoking discussion among co-workers, friends, families and classrooms. This program cultivates a culture of reading in Houston by encouraging people to visit libraries, bookstores, community centers, homes, churches, and schools to discuss the featured book.

This year's title is Their Eyes Were Watching God.

Various activities are scheduled in October at the downtown Central Library, centered around Zora Neale Hurston and her featured book.

For more information go to :http://www.hpl.lib.tx.us/event-listing.
Happy Reading!!

 


 

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