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Small Places Transitions to a 501(c)(3) as its East End Urban Farm, Finca Tres Robles, Pauses Field Operations to Prepare for Move to Long-Sought Permanent Home

Small Places Transitions to a 501(c)(3) as its East End Urban Farm, Finca Tres Robles, Pauses Field Operations to Prepare for Move to Long-Sought Permanent Home

longest-serving urban farms, Finca Tres Robles, is getting ready for some big changes in the year ahead. Umbrella organization Small Places is transitioning to a 501(c)(3) to help revamp the farm and increase its impact in serving the East End community. In the months ahead, Finca Tres Robles will be celebrating 7.5 years of work in the East End as it pauses field operations at the end of 2021 to prepare for its next chapter.

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An East End Legacy: Ninfa Laurenzo

An East End Legacy: Ninfa Laurenzo

Brought to you by the East End Houston Cultural District with support from the Houston Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs and the Houston Arts Alliance. Produced by the stellar team at The Storyhive. Our many thanks to The Original Ninfa's, El Tiempo Cantina- Navigation, Rep. Christina Morales, and most importantly the Laurenzo family for their help with telling this iconic East End story.

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5th Annual Magnolia Park Dia de los Muertos Block Party Returns November 3rd

5th Annual Magnolia Park Dia de los Muertos Block Party Returns November 3rd

The 5?th Annual Magnolia Park Da de los Muertos Block Party? celebrates the proud and industrious neighborhood of Magnolia Park with an afternoon of live performances; community altar-building and ofrendas-offerings; an unprecedented historical exhibit; family-friendly games and contests; a marketplace featuring artisan wares from local vendors; award-winning lowriders; and more!

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Scenes from the 2017 East End Street Fest con Corazn

Scenes from the 2017 East End Street Fest con Corazn

The 2017 East End Street Fest con Corazn took place on the award-winning Navigation Esplanade on Saturday, October 21st. In partnership with the Houston East End Chamber of Commerce, the Greater East End Management District-produced festival returned for its sixth year. Festival goers reported that this year's festival was the best one yet. With a fully-activated kid zone, over 60 artisan vendors, thirteen local vendors, and a full day's worth of musical and dance entertainment, the 2017 East End Street Festival con Corazn, benefiting Hurricane Harvey Relief welcomed over 5,000 attendees to the Navigation Esplanade in the heart East End Houston. Join us next year on October 20, 2018!

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