Houston Happenings: Oct. 1st – Oct. 4th

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HOUSTON, TX -- It's going to be a beautiful weekend in Houston with plenty happening. Check out some of the main events around town.

The Original Greek Festival

Oct. 1st-4th

OPA! The Original Greek Festival week is here!!! Gates open Thursday the 1st at 5pm! Go to www.greekfestival.org for more info on our FREE park & ride shuttle & all the details!

Buffalo Bayou Park Grand Opening

Oct. 3rd 1:30pm-9:30pm

Come celebrate, recreate and create at the Grand Opening of Buffalo Bayou Park on Saturday, October 3. For this free public event, BBP will highlight various destinations and amenities in the 160-acre park that stretches from Shepherd Drive to Sabine Street.

Enjoy a day full of activities ranging from walking tours, lectures, children's crafts, recreational opportunities, delicious food, live music and programming that will showcase Houston's diverse arts community. The celebration will conclude with Confluence: A Journey in Five Movements, a site-specific illuminated procession designed by Processional Arts Workshop (PAW) of New York and a fireworks show!

Details here: http://buffalobayou.org/event/bbpark-grand-opening/

Texas Contemporary Art Fair

October 1 - October 4, 2015

Texas Contemporary returns to the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston's historic downtown district this October 1 - 4 with exciting new programs and sixty leading galleries from around the world. Building on its years of success as the region's leading art fair, Texas Contemporary's fifth edition will afford new opportunities for engagement with the city's thriving arts community.

Click here for details: http://txcontemporary.com/for-visitors/fair-dates-hours-location/

Ride with Revolution Studio & The Rose

October is breast cancer awareness month and Revolution Studio is ready to clip in for a cause! Join us as we team up with The Rose, a non-profit breast cancer organization for a ride on Sunday, October 4th at 12PM in River Oaks. $40 to ride with all proceeds benefitting The Rose.