We hope you will join us at an exciting new community event from the Houston Parks Board: Bayou Greenway Day 2015 presented by Noble Energy! This free, day-long event will offer families the chance to walk, bike, run, stroll, play and paddle between park sites along Brays Bayou Greenway in the East End.
Event “hubs” in Mason Park, Spurlock Park, Gragg Park and Fonde Park – and the Brays Bayou Greenway trail in-between – will host fun activities for all ages. You will be able to start at any of these locations, enjoying activities and exploring the trails that connect the parks.
Activities will include 5K fun run/walk; bike rides, rentals and decorating; Zumba classes and dance performances; an interactive campsite; kayaking (for a small fee); giveaways and more!
Frame Dance will perform a work that travels along the bayou with elaborate time-lapse costumes by Ashley Horn.
Come experience the transformation happening along Houston’s bayous as part of Bayou Greenways 2020! Visit www.bayougreenwayday.org for additional information and an event map. Most activities free; April 4, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Framers perform at noon starting at Mason Park.
Bayou Greenway Day 2015 is a project of the Houston Parks Board in collaboration with the Mayor’s Office of Special Events, the Houston Parks and Recreation Department, and the office of Council Member Robert Gallegos.
We are crowdsourcing the title of our May concert and we want your input. Vote here! Today is the very last day to vote.
This will be our 5th Anniversary Concert and we are very excited to celebrate with you. Let the good times roll.
Are you a Frame Dance blog reader? Have you ever wanted to write something to be published and shared with the Frame Dance audience? Are you an MFA who would like to contribute to the MFA Monday column, or a health and wellness person who would like to share some tips on Wellness Wednesday? Or maybe a music professional who can share on Tuesday Tunes? Or maybe you have a wild idea that doesn’t already fit? We’d love to hear it!
We are accepting Frame Dance blog submissions now. All of these beautiful people are blog writers past and present! Be a part of the Frame Dance Blog community.
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Whether you are having a Christmas Party, impressing the in-laws, planning a romantic dinner or simply looking for a fun place to dine with your closest friends, Houston has a wide selection of amazing restaurants perfect for your special occasion!
Don’t forget to make a reservation!
A modern twist on classic American cuisine. Our culinary team crafts a unique menu, with an emphasis on local, seasonal fare, including Texas prime steaks and seafood from the Gulf. Located in the prestigious 024 zip code and in the heart of the Memorial City District, adjacent to the thriving Energy Corridor, 024 Grille additionally offers four intimate private dining rooms, a sophisticated wine list and a signature cocktail menu.
(Check out their Holiday Menu!)
Buca di Beppo
Buca Di Beppo is the Perfect Party Venue for all Your Special Occasions. When it comes to celebrations, Buca is known as party central! Our hearty Italian dishes are served family-style, making them perfect for sharing. Plus, the eclectic décor, lively music and engaging staff, all add to the fun. From a communion, anniversary and holiday party to a prom dinner, military event and retirement banquet, throwing a great party is what Buca does best!
Seafood is what we’re known for, but our specialty is excellence. Fish arrive daily from pristine waters around the world including Swordfish from Block Island, Scallops from Georges Banks, and Yellow Fin Tuna from the Caribbean. USDA Prime steaks are hand cut and specially aged for over 28 days to ensure peak flavor. Devotion to excellence is the guiding principal in all that we do. From making fresh tortillas by hand daily for our lobster tacos to including a full half pound of Jumbo Lump crab meat in our crab cakes, we strive to go above and beyond in every step of preparation.
Founded in 1998 by restaurateurs Paul Fleming and Bill Allen, the first Fleming’s opened in Newport Beach, California. The vision was to create a unique steakhouse experience with an emphasis on generous hospitality, an inviting atmosphere and the very finest aged USDA Prime beef.
In addition to inspired service and expertly prepared Prime Steak, our founders focused on an exceptional selection of wines for Guests to explore. The Fleming’s 100® — our award-winning collection of 100 wines by the glass — was born.
Seasons 52 is a fresh grill and wine bar that provides our guests with a fresh dining experience. Our restaurant offers a seasonally inspired menu, an award-winning international wine list, knowledgeable and approachable service and a casually sophisticated ambiance that feels comfortable and inviting.
Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah!
Here are some fun recipes to help you get ready for the holidays!
8 Hanukkah Recipes For A Happy, Healthy Celebration
Looking for fun and quick dishes to make for that upcoming Christmas party or family gathering?
Check out this amazing site full of appetizers, cocktails, desserts and more!
Should we have a slumber party?
We have the exciting opportunity tomorrow MORNING, December 2, to do an online fundraising campaign where your donations are eligible to be matched dollar for dollar! Set your alarms.
If you’re not so into the slumber party, I suggest setting an alarm, and then going to Power2Give.
We are turning 5 this year, so we made a video in celebration of our first five years, featuring a few of the Little Framers!
Lydia and the Framers
We are starting a Multi Gen dance class. All ages! We start in January, so let us know if you’re interested in enrolling or have any questions! You will have the opportunity to perform with Frame Dance in the Spring. Thursdays from 3:30-4:30.
Frame Dance Blog Call for Writers– we want your rejection stories!
We are currently seeking submissions for:
Personal and professional stories of rejection (and sometimes triumph!) — from schools, companies, performances, relationships etc. Walk us through the story and how you came through it.
If you’d like to contribute, please send us your writings or ideas. Unfortunately, we cannot publish everything. If you don’t have a rejection story (lucky you!) but are interested in our blog and the columns we run regularly, please let us know. Those topics include:
-MFA and grad school experiences
-health and wellness advice for dancers and non-dancers
-interviews with dancers, dance teachers, and choreographers