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Jan 10
Weekend fun with METRO: Jan. 11-13



Start the new year by experiencing new things in the city. If your weekends have been
spent doing errands and then binging on Netflix, resolve to discover new places
this year. Explore the Asia Society of Texas museum and hear an artist talk
about her work. Check out new plays from African-American playwrights in a
reading series.

And for the youngsters, take them on a family-friendly ghost tour - right in the
heart of downtown.

Ride METRO to explore all these new places and things. We'll make it convenient and
economical for you to get around - plus, no worries on parking or texting while
driving. Use our Google-powered Trip Planner to find the
specific bus from your starting point.

Then go out and celebrate the new year with new places to go and things to do. If
you're near the Red Line, use your METRO Q® Fare Card to get discounts
at our Rider Rewards restaurants.

Event: Artist Talk: Tiffany Chung. Come meet
one of the artists of the current exhibition "New Cartographies." Tiffany
Chung uses cartographic techniques to engage in questions on international
conflicts and disasters and how they affect the people in those communities.
This is a wonderful chance to walk around this beautiful museum, built with
granite imported from Italy.

When: Saturday, 2 to 3:30 p.m. for the talk. Museum
weekend hours: Friday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Where: Asia Society of Texas, 1370 Southmore Blvd.

Getting there*:

METRORail: Red Line - exit Museum District Station

Bus: 5 Southmore, 65 Bissonnet

Event: Fade to Black Reading Series.
Celebrating the new works of African-American playwrights, this festival is
H-town's first and only festival highlighting new works of black playwrights.
In the past seven years, the festival has produced plays of almost 80

When: Friday and Saturday, 8 p.m.; Sunday, 3 p.m.

Where: MATCH Theatre - Matchbox 3, 3400 Main St.

Getting there*:

METRORail: Red Line - exit HCC/Ensemble Station

Bus: 9 Gulton/Holman, 82 Westheimer

Event: Houston Ghost Tour. Take a
walk through a haunted park - a family-friendly walk. By day, Hermann Park is
bustling with activity. By night, follow your guide and creep under archways,
down dark paths and tread over wooden bridges. Hear the history and ghost
stories of the park and surrounding areas. Free for kids ages five and under.

When: Friday and Saturday, 8 p.m.

Where: Hermann Park, 6001 Fannin St. Starting
location is the Sam Houston statue.

Getting there*:

METRORail: Red Line - exit Hermann Park/Rice U

Bus: 56 Airline/Montrose

*Routes suggested by Customer Service; individual needs may vary.



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