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Young Houstonians for Old Houston History Pub Crawl

Join Young Houstonians for Old Houston to tour historic downtown Houston from a double decker bus. The historic tour will include Sam Houston Park and Market Square, along with a few drink stops as


Jerry & Marvy Finger Lecture Series: "History of the Greek Community in Houston" by Constantina Michalos

When the first recorded Greeks arrived in 1889, Houston was not much more than a swamp, but the entrepreneurial spirit of the fledgling city beckoned with economic promise. Learn how their hard wor


Heritage Family Day: Remembering Our Soldiers

Join The Heritage Society at Heritage Family Day to remember the soldiers from World War I. Children and their families can take part in "holystoning," a process of scrubbing and whi


Jerry and Marvy Finger Lecture Series: The History of the Port of Houston-A Story of Sheer Will by David Falloure

The Port of Houston celebrates the centennial of the Houston Ship Channel, which officially opened in November of 1914. David Falloure is a local author presenting a comprehensive and inspiring acc


Party Watch

Young professionals celebrate H-Town's historic treasures while partying in modern skyscraper

By Shelby Hodge

What: The Heritage Society's Young Houstonians for Old Houston happy hour. Where: One Allen Center. The 411: YPs with a taste for H-Town's history swarmed over the second floor lobb ...


Jerry & Marvy Finger Lecture: "Camp Logan: Houston's World War I Emergency Training Center" by Louis F. Aulbach and Linda C. Gorski

Learn more about the almost-forgotten story of Camp Logan, a military training base built to house 44,000 soldiers in what is now Houston's Memorial Park. This presentation is a tribute to the


Heritage Society hosts "Young Houstonians for Old Houston" Happy Hour

Join friends and colleagues for a happy hour and become a part of Young Houstonians for Old Houston. Sam Houston will not be present, but his chair will be. Beverages and hors d'oeuvres will be


Heritage Society exhibition opening: Answering The Call to Serve Camp Logan, Houston, Texas 1917–1919

This summer marks 100 years since Germany invaded Belgium and Europe went to war. When the United States entered the global conflict in April of 1917, the country was unprepared. In an effort to mo


Building Arts Distinguished Lecture: Lighthouses of Texas: Science, Engineering and the Sentinels of the Sea by Steph McDougal

Constructed between 1852 and 1918, early lighthouses provided crucial aid to navigation and safety along the Texas coastline. At first consisting of simple lamps mounted on temporary wooden structu


Heritage Society exhibition opening: Following General Sam Houston, 1793–1863 by Bernhardt Wall

Artist and historian Bernhardt Wall was a producer of fine press books who treated a vast array of subjects, including Texas and the Southwest. Today, Wall's books are highly collectible a


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