5 things to do in Houston this weekend, Jan. 13-15

The MATCH Family Fun Day will be held Jan. 15. The MATCH Family Fun Day will be held Jan. 15.[/caption]

The Greater Houston area has a variety of events happening this weekend. Here are some to consider adding to your calendar.

Jan 14
Rocky Horror Picture Show


A live showing of the Rocky Horror Picture Show will be held in Houston at the River Oaks Theatre. midnight-2:30 a.m. $10.50. River Oaks Theatre, 2009 W. Gray St., Houston. 713-524-2175. www.landmarktheaters.com/houston/river-oaks-theatre

 

Jan. 14
Rodney Carrington

Rodney Carrington, a multitalented comedian, actor, singer and writer, will be performing at the Revention Music Center this weekend. 7-10 p.m. $44.75. Revention Music Center, 520 Texas St., Houston. 713-230-1600. www.reventionmusiccenter.com

 

Jan. 14
Owl Prowl

At the Owl Prowl event hosted by the Houston Arboretum & Nature Center, guests age 16 and older are invited to learn about owls that can be found in Houston and get up close with live owls from the Wildlife Center of Texas. After the presentation, guests will head out into the woods to look for owls along the arboretum trails. Light snacks, wine, beer and hot drinks will also be provided. 5-7 p.m. $30 (member), $45 (nonmember). Houston Arboretum & Nature Center, 4501 Woodway Drive, Houston. 713-681-8433. www.houstonarboretum.org

 

Jan. 15
Renaissance Women Summit

Women are invited to join some of the world’s most influential entrepreneurs and leaders at the Women Raising the Standards Summit, during which women will connect with other business leaders, identify growth strategies, business opportunities and resources for entrepreneurial and leadership ventures. Admission includes brunch, a panel discussion and informative sessions. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. $149 (per ticket). JW Marriott Houston Downtown, 806 Main St., Houston. www.interesting.agency/rw/

 

Jan. 15
MATCH Family Fun Day

The Midtown Arts and Theatre Center Houston hosts its second annual family fun day with a wide range of activities for children. The event will include chalk and balloon artists, a magic show, child-friendly music concerts, an indoor bounce house, face painters, stilt walkers and music by DJ Beetlejuice. 1-4 p.m. Free. Midtown Arts and Theatre Center Houston, 3400 Main St., Houston. 713-325-5370. www.matchouston.org


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