Houston Yoga Teachers are coming together in support of one of Earth's most intelligent and gentle creatures. Benefitting the Elephant Crisis Fund, Jennifer Yuhas and Madonna McManus will be co-leading donation based flow classes at Flatland Gallery. Class will begin at 6p on Tuesday, January 16 and continue every Tuesday through February 27. Our goal is to raise $1800. $10 minimum donation suggested; cash will be accepted at the door, or you can Venmo your donation: @donationyoga-elephantcrisis.
Elephant Crisis Fund Mission & Info: The Elephant Crisis Fund funds anti-poaching, anti-trafficking, and demand reduction projects around the world regardless of the organization's size—for it is the best ideas, not any one institution, that will save elephants. Find out more details about this incredible organization at https://www.elephantcrisisfund.org.
Event: COLOR An Intimate Performance / Experience
Date: Febraury 2nd & 3rd, 2018 Location: Flatland Gallery 2604 Dunlavy St, Houston, TX 77005 Enter Through the doors of Brasil Cafe located on Dunlavy Walk straight back to back patio to Flatland Gallery entrance.
6:30 p.m. - doors open 7:00 p.m. - show starts *after show gathering in the gallery & back patio
PARKING: Street parking is available on Westheimer Road and Dunlavy Street, as well as the neighborhood streets behind the cafe.
Details: Dance: Jacquelyne Boe, Brit Wallis & Siri Cyan Original music by Jeremy Nuncio
Tickets: general admission tickets $20, student / artist discount $10 Limited tickets available at the door
Each week, you'll find a variety of events at Brasil and its sister art gallery, Flatland. These range from movie screenings, chef tastings, musical performances, community events and more.
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