The White Oak Bayou Association board meetings are held on the first Tuesday of every month (except November) at 7:00 pm. If you would like to join us for our board meetings, please call 765-426-1743 to confirm. From time to time we change our meeting venue.
All are welcome to attend.
Where: Olivewood Cemetery, 1300 Court Street, Houston, TX 77007
Houston Community College, Emancipation Park, Project Row Houses, Texas Southern University and more! This tour will look at the neighborhood’s character, history, and future in the center of Houston.
Reservations are required for this tour as attendance is limited.
AIA Houston Members
Architecture students with current ID
Attendees need to bring their own bicycle. We encourage everyone to wear a helmet. If you do not have your own bicycle, you can rent a bike from Houston B-Cycle. Nearest stations are located at Holman & Main (HCC/Ensemble Metro Station) or Holman & Live Oak (Project Row Houses).
This tour will meet in front of the Houston Community College “Central Campus” sign at 1300 Holman Street.
For more events by the American Institute of Architects, visit their Events Calendar!
Join us for a Morning in the Country!
Take a self-guided tour of the farm, enjoy a delicious lunch with ingredients from our gardens, take a class with our Farm Director, and much more.
COST (includes lunch)
- FREE for ages 4 years and under
- $25 for ages 5 – 13 years
- $45 for ages 14+
November 18 – A Morning with Karen Man
Karen is an entrepreneur, author, and baker that co-founded Oxheart Restaurant and Public Services Bar. She currently serves as OKRA Charity Saloon’s Administrative Director where they are on pace to reach $1 million dollars donated this fall and is finishing up her 200-hour yoga teacher training at Pralaya Yoga Studio in Houston. When she isn’t spending time in a kitchen, she enjoys hiking, reading under the trees at Menil Park, and taking ceramics classes.
December 16 – Introduction to Composting with Rebecca Verm
Introduction to Composting will explore the fundamental principles of composting, the purpose of compost in your garden, and how to set up a compost system that is right for your garden. We will cover methods such as sheet composting, tumblers, vermicompost, black fly compost, bokashi, and windrow composting.
March 3, 2018 – Basics of Successful Vegetable Gardening with Rebecca Verm
Introduction to the basics of growing vegetables in the Gulf Coast region. Some of the topics covered include growing seasons, climate, best-growing methods & mediums, and specific crop recommendations. We will explore each of these principles, and how they are implemented, in Blackwood’s Kitchen Garden. Students will leave empowered to begin their own backyard garden successfully.
The Brays Bayou Association meets the third Monday of each month at The Gathering Place. Brays Bayou Association does not currently have a website.
Christ the King Evangelical Lutheran Church invites you to attend Sunday Evening Conversations on Creation, an environmental education web meeting series whose theme in 2017 is Connections between People and Nature.
The Creation Care Team Mission Statement: Being earth keepers is foundational to our Christian vocation. The Creation Care Team encourages members of Christ the King Evangelical Lutheran Church to incorporate care for creation into the congregation’s full life and ministry.
Please join us to learn more about what is “cohousing” and what’s happening with cohousing in Houston. Come early and stay late if you want to chat more with the core members. Many of us arrive by 6:30 PM. Everyone is welcome!
If the parking lot in the front is full, there is free parking in the garage behind the pub.
We meet on the first Wednesday of every month from 7-8PM.
For more events by CoHousing Houston, visit their Event Calendar!