From the Bayou City Art Festival at Sam Houston Park to the 20th Annual Jewish Film Festival in Meyerland, a wide variety of events are taking place in the local area in March.

Photography Workshop: The Houston Center for Photography hosts a workshop at Evelyn’s Park that focuses on extreme close-up photography. Guests bring their own cameras, but all camera types are welcome.March on Crime: The Gulfton Management District hosts a free family event featuring a march against violent crime that begins at Benavidez Elementary School and ends at Burnett Bayland Park.Little Art Lovers: Nonprofit Roxy Wuz Here will host an exhibit at Gremillion on Sunset with multi-layered, abstract paintings by Rickale West, light bites, cocktails and photo stations. The event will also feature an outreach station from nonprofit Kids Meals Inc., which addresses food insecurity among children in Harris County.St. Patrick’s Parade and Celebration: Think green for this full day of events at POST Houston food hall, including a parade that starts at the venue. Attendees can expect Irish folk dance performances, an outdoor market, food and games for all ages.Annual Houston Modern Home Tour: Houstonians are invited to explore six modern homes designed and built in Southside Place and Meyerland neighborhoods, among others. An information packet and map of homes are emailed 48 hours before the event, and participants can travel at their own pace. Architects and designers are on hand to discuss their work.Bayou City Art Festival: The festival at Sam Houston Park is held to celebrate art experiences and promote the impact art has on the Houston community. It will feature a food truck park, a wine and craft beer garden, two entertainment stages, art installations and an art bar. Expect an outdoor gallery with works from 250 artists.20th Annual Jewish Film Festival: The festival hosted by the Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center showcases films that center on Jewish lives and stories.
  • March 24-April 4, times vary
  • $15-$23 (individual events), $135 (full pass, member), $189 (full pass, nonmember)
  • Locations vary
New Art/New Music Spring 2024: Students from the Shepherd School of Music perform pieces composed in response to the Moody Center for the Arts exhibit "The Foreign in Us" by artist Hayv Kahraman. A series of original compositions will be followed by a reception.