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It's that time of year: 75 events in Houston in one day — all on the CultureMap Calendar

75 events in Houston in one day — all on the CultureMap Calendar

Pumpkin Patch & Fall Festival
Pumpkin Patch & Fall Festival at Russ Pitmann Park in Bellaire. Photo by Maura Denman
Art opening reception: Feast: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art
Art opening reception, performances and special events: Feast: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art at the Blaffer Gallery. Courtesy of Blaffer Art Museum
Lecture: "Companion Planting"
"Companion Planting" lecture at Wabash Antiques and Feed. Courtesy photo
Sylvia of Sylvia's Enchilada Kitchen
Sylvia's Enchilada Kitchen cooking class on appetizers. Photo courtesy of © Sylvia's Enchilada Kitchen
Flea by Night at Discovery Green
Flea by Night at Discovery Green Photo by Katya Horner
Tournées French Film Festival
Tournées French Film Festival.
Pumpkin Patch & Fall Festival
Art opening reception: Feast: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art
Lecture: "Companion Planting"
Sylvia of Sylvia's Enchilada Kitchen
Flea by Night at Discovery Green
Tournées French Film Festival

Wondering what to do this weekend? Look no further. CultureMap's listing editor Joel Luks has been one busy guy. He's compiled more than 75 listings of cool events in the Houston area on Saturday — many of them are free.

As usual, when the weather gets nicer, the list of activities grows exponentially in the Bayou City. The Saturday listings guide begins with the 2013 Child Advocates Superhero Run at 7 a.m. in west Houston (at CityCentre) and ends with the TUTS Underground production of Lizzie at 9:30  p.m., in downtown Houston (at the Hobby Center ) — with a whole lot of action-packed events in between.

Also check out Joel's Weekly Guide to Houston that highlights a number of special happenings, including KRB's Kids Day on the Bayou, the 18th Annual Eastwood Historic Home Tour, the Houston Zombie Walk, Two Star Symphony's  The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari and Broadway star Audra McDonald's performance presented by Society for the Performing Arts.

Or if you just want to sit outdoors and enjoy the weather along with some good food, read CultureMap food writer Eric Sandler's 10 Best Restaurant Patios — and free free to argue over his selections.

Joel has another 38 listings on Sunday, so if you'd rather do something else than watch the Texans on TV, there's plenty. And if we've missed something, let us know in the comments section below.

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