Various community meetings and networking events coming up; check out Heights Garden Club tour for inspiration.
Remembering our neighbors that have recently passed.
Sisters Ashley Banuelos and Brandy Herrera might not have known that one day they’d be the owners of Pure Ritual Spa, 2136 Yale, Ste. C, but they always understood the value of some good grooming.
A discussion has been brewing for some time about the condition of Oak Forest Park, 2100 Judiway Street, as well as ideas for its improvement. Now the Oak Forest community, led by the homeowners association, is taking action.
Oak Forest’s Erin Palkot thought she had her daughter’s pre-K program wrapped up. Palkot’s daughter was accepted to Harvard Elementary’s paid Pre-K 4 program for the fall. She sent in her money, attended a Round Up at the school, and paid for school supplies and uniform components.
While not everyone may be out of school for summer, the vacation spirit runs strong over the next few months. One way to get everyone in on the planning is to make a family to-do list. Here are some of the items that Leader readers have added to theirs.
Remembering those that have passed.
Yarn Bomb Day, park forum, barbecue — many summer activities in the community.
The Heights hardly knew Houston ISD’s Energy Institute High School, but the school has moved to a second temporary location, this time at the former Dotson Montessori School in southeast Houston.
Kathryn van der Pol and her husband Sybren, owners of the historic Adolf Hoepfl & Son Garage celebrated in high gear the grand opening of their new waiting area in their repair facility. nicknamed Liberty Garage.