• Game Night! Yay!!!

    Combined Arms

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  • Bike ride: HTX bike social: Christmas lights ***Dec location***

    Downtown Hermann Square at City Hall

    HTX BIKE SOCIAL The goal of HTX Bike Social is to promote cycling in Houston by providing a hub for avid cyclists of all types. HTX BIKE SOCIAL, our premier event is the second Friday of every month. The ride location starts may vary but the roll out time is always 7:20pm. HTX Bike social Ride is a cruising speed ride that typically maintains 15mph. Distance approx 18-24 miles. Lights are required by logic and law. Helmets are always suggested for your safety. HTX BIKE SOCIAL https://m.facebook.com/groups/403526439683741?tsid=0.8768782213251225&source=result

  • Archery in the Park (all skill levels)

    Highland Park

    $15.00

    Come learn the basics of archery or practice the skills you already have! We'll provide all the archery gear including Genesis Compound bows and large foam Rinehart targets. Please come a little early to help set up the range. We now have plenty of children's practice archery sets, so feel free to sign them up! We will be shooting compound bows at large targets. Right and Left handed bows will be available in a variety of draw weights. After some quick safety and firing instruction, you'll be free to shoot till your heart's content. Feel free to bring drinks (alcohol-free) and food. This will be a great opportunity to try out this fun sport and learn what to look for when purchasing a bow of your own. We will be playing some target games to make things interesting. No alcohol or pets please for obvious reasons. Children are welcome to attend. If they are strong enough to safely shoot a Genesis bow, they may participate with the adults. If not, we will have some children's bow and arrow sets. The price is the same for children and adults. Refunds will not be offered for this event. If you are unable to attend for any reason, you may offer your spot to someone else or consider it a much-appreciated donation to NEO. If you have sensitive fingers, you may want to pick up finger protection at Academy for about $11 bucks. Otherwise, you can just build up good old-fashioned calluses. The finger protection looks like this: https://www.academy.com/shop/pdp/allen-company-medium-super-comfort-archery-glove#repChildCatid=29855

  • FYI:Lights in the Heights festival ***Un-hosted***

    Berryhill In the Heights

    Stroll along the pedestrian friendly route while enjoying a variety of sights ranging from nostalgic, twinkling white lights to eclectic, colorfully lighted scenes. Listen to the seasonal sounds of Christmas carols, jazz bands, and more, playing on the front porches, driveways, and yards of our neighbors. (Parralel streets of Omar & Highland between Studewood and Florence ). The streets will be closed to cars. Porta potties will be located along the perimeter of the event. It is a 10 min (1/2 mile) walk to the event from Berry Hill in The Heights Two options: 4:45pm Meet & Eat at Berry HIll in The Heights or: 5:45pm Meet & leave at Berry Hill in The Heights ***DO NOT PARK AT BERRY HILL*** They need their parking while customers dine there. Park in the surrounding neighborhood, E 10 1/2 St, Beverly St, E 10th St This is a very popular event so allow time to find parking and walk to the meeting location It can be tricky to keep a large group together so people can pairup into 2-4 people

  • Elevation Training - Bring Water!

    The Water Works at Buffalo Bayou Park

    We're back! And a half our earlier! Let's get back in to shape with some heavy packs on our backs (if you want) ! We are gathering at the Hobby Plaza of the new Water Works Park on Sabine Street. Parking is available on Sabine Street or in the lot to the right of the plaza. If that is full go to the Fonde Rec Center or Parking Lot H. If you are late, join us across the bayou on the stairs. Please check weather before attending to ensure you are dressed for winter weather. Bring a flash light as the sun sets when we leave. Here is the new elevation route plus names! Current Bayou Water Levels (https://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/dv?referred_module=sw&site_no=08074500%2C08074598%2C08074000&format=gif_mult_sites&PARAmeter_cd=00065&begin_date=2017-08-01&end_date=2017-09-04) Google Map of the meeting place and our first stop at the Backward Hill (https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=zRjqJj3SI8VI.kDLzuNKUu1xw&usp=sharing) We will be doing a training hike on the paved trails along Buffalo Bayou. Wear running shoes rather than hiking boots. The hike is appropriate for all members and fitness levels. This hike can be a challenging and exhilarating workout where you do what meets your fitness goals. Safety is always first but it is cooler at night so be prepared to suck it up a little bit. :-) This is a great exercise trail in the downtown area. There are several challenges along the trail, the Backward Hill, the Tower of Terror, The Fish Tank, Bubbles the Bayou Monster, the Theater of the Absurd, Ring the Bell, Waterfall Stairs, the Stairs of State, and finally the Tower of Power. We do brisk walking in between to keep our hearts pumping. You may choose to run stairs as slow or fast as you want, do other exercises or just stretch. This hike is meant to help you push a little and see your strength improve over time. The event will last about 1.5 hours. For some past episodes in this long running series. September 17 (http://www.meetup.com/joinneo/events/220960312/), 2015 February 19, 2015 (http://www.meetup.com/joinneo/events/220436733/) July 8, 2014 (http://www.meetup.com/joinneo/events/192875942/)

  • Elevation Training - Bring Water!

    The Water Works at Buffalo Bayou Park

    We're back! And a half our earlier! Let's get back in to shape with some heavy packs on our backs (if you want) ! We are gathering at the Hobby Plaza of the new Water Works Park on Sabine Street. Parking is available on Sabine Street or in the lot to the right of the plaza. If that is full go to the Fonde Rec Center or Parking Lot H. If you are late, join us across the bayou on the stairs. Please check weather before attending to ensure you are dressed for winter weather. Bring a flash light as the sun sets when we leave. Here is the new elevation route plus names! Current Bayou Water Levels (https://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/dv?referred_module=sw&site_no=08074500%2C08074598%2C08074000&format=gif_mult_sites&PARAmeter_cd=00065&begin_date=2017-08-01&end_date=2017-09-04) Google Map of the meeting place and our first stop at the Backward Hill (https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=zRjqJj3SI8VI.kDLzuNKUu1xw&usp=sharing) We will be doing a training hike on the paved trails along Buffalo Bayou. Wear running shoes rather than hiking boots. The hike is appropriate for all members and fitness levels. This hike can be a challenging and exhilarating workout where you do what meets your fitness goals. Safety is always first but it is cooler at night so be prepared to suck it up a little bit. :-) This is a great exercise trail in the downtown area. There are several challenges along the trail, the Backward Hill, the Tower of Terror, The Fish Tank, Bubbles the Bayou Monster, the Theater of the Absurd, Ring the Bell, Waterfall Stairs, the Stairs of State, and finally the Tower of Power. We do brisk walking in between to keep our hearts pumping. You may choose to run stairs as slow or fast as you want, do other exercises or just stretch. This hike is meant to help you push a little and see your strength improve over time. The event will last about 1.5 hours. For some past episodes in this long running series. September 17 (http://www.meetup.com/joinneo/events/220960312/), 2015 February 19, 2015 (http://www.meetup.com/joinneo/events/220436733/) July 8, 2014 (http://www.meetup.com/joinneo/events/192875942/)

  • Elevation Training - Bring Water!

    The Water Works at Buffalo Bayou Park

    We're back! And a half our earlier! Let's get back in to shape with some heavy packs on our backs (if you want) ! We are gathering at the Hobby Plaza of the new Water Works Park on Sabine Street. Parking is available on Sabine Street or in the lot to the right of the plaza. If that is full go to the Fonde Rec Center or Parking Lot H. If you are late, join us across the bayou on the stairs. Please check weather before attending to ensure you are dressed for winter weather. Bring a flash light as the sun sets when we leave. Here is the new elevation route plus names! Current Bayou Water Levels (https://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/dv?referred_module=sw&site_no=08074500%2C08074598%2C08074000&format=gif_mult_sites&PARAmeter_cd=00065&begin_date=2017-08-01&end_date=2017-09-04) Google Map of the meeting place and our first stop at the Backward Hill (https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=zRjqJj3SI8VI.kDLzuNKUu1xw&usp=sharing) We will be doing a training hike on the paved trails along Buffalo Bayou. Wear running shoes rather than hiking boots. The hike is appropriate for all members and fitness levels. This hike can be a challenging and exhilarating workout where you do what meets your fitness goals. Safety is always first but it is cooler at night so be prepared to suck it up a little bit. :-) This is a great exercise trail in the downtown area. There are several challenges along the trail, the Backward Hill, the Tower of Terror, The Fish Tank, Bubbles the Bayou Monster, the Theater of the Absurd, Ring the Bell, Waterfall Stairs, the Stairs of State, and finally the Tower of Power. We do brisk walking in between to keep our hearts pumping. You may choose to run stairs as slow or fast as you want, do other exercises or just stretch. This hike is meant to help you push a little and see your strength improve over time. The event will last about 1.5 hours. For some past episodes in this long running series. September 17 (http://www.meetup.com/joinneo/events/220960312/), 2015 February 19, 2015 (http://www.meetup.com/joinneo/events/220436733/) July 8, 2014 (http://www.meetup.com/joinneo/events/192875942/)

  • Elevation Training - Bring Water!

    The Water Works at Buffalo Bayou Park

    We're back! And a half our earlier! Let's get back in to shape with some heavy packs on our backs (if you want) ! We are gathering at the Hobby Plaza of the new Water Works Park on Sabine Street. Parking is available on Sabine Street or in the lot to the right of the plaza. If that is full go to the Fonde Rec Center or Parking Lot H. If you are late, join us across the bayou on the stairs. Please check weather before attending to ensure you are dressed for winter weather. Bring a flash light as the sun sets when we leave. Here is the new elevation route plus names! Current Bayou Water Levels (https://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/dv?referred_module=sw&site_no=08074500%2C08074598%2C08074000&format=gif_mult_sites&PARAmeter_cd=00065&begin_date=2017-08-01&end_date=2017-09-04) Google Map of the meeting place and our first stop at the Backward Hill (https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=zRjqJj3SI8VI.kDLzuNKUu1xw&usp=sharing) We will be doing a training hike on the paved trails along Buffalo Bayou. Wear running shoes rather than hiking boots. The hike is appropriate for all members and fitness levels. This hike can be a challenging and exhilarating workout where you do what meets your fitness goals. Safety is always first but it is cooler at night so be prepared to suck it up a little bit. :-) This is a great exercise trail in the downtown area. There are several challenges along the trail, the Backward Hill, the Tower of Terror, The Fish Tank, Bubbles the Bayou Monster, the Theater of the Absurd, Ring the Bell, Waterfall Stairs, the Stairs of State, and finally the Tower of Power. We do brisk walking in between to keep our hearts pumping. You may choose to run stairs as slow or fast as you want, do other exercises or just stretch. This hike is meant to help you push a little and see your strength improve over time. The event will last about 1.5 hours. For some past episodes in this long running series. September 17 (http://www.meetup.com/joinneo/events/220960312/), 2015 February 19, 2015 (http://www.meetup.com/joinneo/events/220436733/) July 8, 2014 (http://www.meetup.com/joinneo/events/192875942/)

  • Elevation Training - Bring Water!

    The Water Works at Buffalo Bayou Park

    We're back! And a half our earlier! Let's get back in to shape with some heavy packs on our backs (if you want) ! We are gathering at the Hobby Plaza of the new Water Works Park on Sabine Street. Parking is available on Sabine Street or in the lot to the right of the plaza. If that is full go to the Fonde Rec Center or Parking Lot H. If you are late, join us across the bayou on the stairs. Please check weather before attending to ensure you are dressed for winter weather. Bring a flash light as the sun sets when we leave. Here is the new elevation route plus names! Current Bayou Water Levels (https://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/dv?referred_module=sw&site_no=08074500%2C08074598%2C08074000&format=gif_mult_sites&PARAmeter_cd=00065&begin_date=2017-08-01&end_date=2017-09-04) Google Map of the meeting place and our first stop at the Backward Hill (https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=zRjqJj3SI8VI.kDLzuNKUu1xw&usp=sharing) We will be doing a training hike on the paved trails along Buffalo Bayou. Wear running shoes rather than hiking boots. The hike is appropriate for all members and fitness levels. This hike can be a challenging and exhilarating workout where you do what meets your fitness goals. Safety is always first but it is cooler at night so be prepared to suck it up a little bit. :-) This is a great exercise trail in the downtown area. There are several challenges along the trail, the Backward Hill, the Tower of Terror, The Fish Tank, Bubbles the Bayou Monster, the Theater of the Absurd, Ring the Bell, Waterfall Stairs, the Stairs of State, and finally the Tower of Power. We do brisk walking in between to keep our hearts pumping. You may choose to run stairs as slow or fast as you want, do other exercises or just stretch. This hike is meant to help you push a little and see your strength improve over time. The event will last about 1.5 hours. For some past episodes in this long running series. September 17 (http://www.meetup.com/joinneo/events/220960312/), 2015 February 19, 2015 (http://www.meetup.com/joinneo/events/220436733/) July 8, 2014 (http://www.meetup.com/joinneo/events/192875942/)