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The Water Works

105 Sabine Street
Houston, TX 77007 United States

Upcoming Events

August 2018
Aug 18

FULL – Volunteer Workday

Location:

Houstonians, ages 9 and up, are invited to join Buffalo Bayou Partnership for community-wide volunteer days at Buffalo Bayou Park happening the third Saturday of each month. Whether volunteering as a large or small group, or individually, your efforts will lead to a healthier environment and a more aesthetically pleasing amenity for all to enjoy.

Questions? Contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Leticia Sierras, by email volunteer@buffalobayou.org or phone 713.752.0314 ext.206.

September 2018
Sep 15

FULL – Volunteer Workday

Location:

Houstonians, ages 9 and up, are invited to join Buffalo Bayou Partnership for community-wide volunteer days at Buffalo Bayou Park happening the third Saturday of each month. Whether volunteering as a large or small group, or individually, your efforts will lead to a healthier environment and a more aesthetically pleasing amenity for all to enjoy.

Questions? Contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Leticia Sierras, by email volunteer@buffalobayou.org or phone 713.752.0314 ext.206.

Sep 15

Ecology Walking Tour

Location:

Enjoy a free walking tour in Buffalo Bayou Park highlighting the landscape and ecology of 19th century Texas that created Houston, as well as the importance of prairies in rebuilding this astonishing and all but vanished ecosystem.

Sep 15

Bayou City Music Series: “Soundtrack of the Gulf”

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The Bayou City Music Series resumes this fall with free performances at Discovery Green, Emancipation Park and The Water Works in Buffalo Bayou Park. The concert series, made possible by the Kinder Foundation, honors the great jazz, blues and zydeco musicians of Houston and Southeast Texas.

October 2018
Oct 20

FULL – Volunteer Workday

Location:

Houstonians, ages 9 and up, are invited to join Buffalo Bayou Partnership for community-wide volunteer days at Buffalo Bayou Park happening the third Saturday of each month. Whether volunteering as a large or small group, or individually, your efforts will lead to a healthier environment and a more aesthetically pleasing amenity for all to enjoy.

Questions? Contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Leticia Sierras, by email volunteer@buffalobayou.org or phone 713.752.0314 ext.206.

Oct 20

Ecology Walking Tour

Location:

Enjoy a free walking tour in Buffalo Bayou Park highlighting the landscape and ecology of 19th century Texas that created Houston, as well as the importance of prairies in rebuilding this astonishing and all but vanished ecosystem.

November 2018
Nov 17

FULL – Volunteer Workday

Location:

Houstonians, ages 9 and up, are invited to join Buffalo Bayou Partnership for community-wide volunteer days at Buffalo Bayou Park happening the third Saturday of each month. Whether volunteering as a large or small group, or individually, your efforts will lead to a healthier environment and a more aesthetically pleasing amenity for all to enjoy.

Questions? Contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Leticia Sierras, by email volunteer@buffalobayou.org or phone 713.752.0314 ext.206.

Nov 17

Ecology Walking Tour

Location:

Enjoy a free walking tour in Buffalo Bayou Park highlighting the landscape and ecology of 19th century Texas that created Houston, as well as the importance of prairies in rebuilding this astonishing and all but vanished ecosystem.

December 2018
Dec 15

Volunteer Workday

Location:

Houstonians, ages 9 and up, are invited to join Buffalo Bayou Partnership for community-wide volunteer days at Buffalo Bayou Park happening the third Saturday of each month. Whether volunteering as a large or small group, or individually, your efforts will lead to a healthier environment and a more aesthetically pleasing amenity for all to enjoy.

Questions? Contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Leticia Sierras, by email volunteer@buffalobayou.org or phone 713.752.0314 ext.206.

Dec 15

Ecology Walking Tour

Location:

Enjoy a free walking tour in Buffalo Bayou Park highlighting the landscape and ecology of 19th century Texas that created Houston, as well as the importance of prairies in rebuilding this astonishing and all but vanished ecosystem.

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