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A Celebration Of Heritage

Houston’s East End is a vibrant international business district rich in diversity and bursting with residential and commercial development. To celebrate the changes the East End is kicking off the third annual East End Street Fest on October 25 of 2014. The event will take place on Navigation Esplanade, between S. Jensen Dr. and Delano St. We’ll have two music stages featuring Latin Grammy Award-Winner David Lee Garza, food choices for every taste, art and plenty of fun activities for the family. Admission is FREE. METRO will be providing a FREE Park & Ride service from HCC Felix Fraga Academic Campus.  A portion of the event proceeds will be donated to Barrio Dogs, Inc.

Other great artists include:

  • Mango Punch leading the Block Street Party
  • Little Spear
  • Triple III
  • Young Girls

…and many more! Please check our Line Up page for more details. There is music for everyone including rock, jazz, reggae and country.

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East End Houston, we have a new Pocket Park on the corner of Harrisburg & Lockwood! Today was the dedication of the Jenkins Garden, the new green space with recently planted native trees and plants that will provide shade and a place for the public to enjoy nature while waiting for the bus or light rail. The beautiful art piece in the first photo is titled "AutoFlora" by Amber Eagle Art. The Houston East End Chamber received a grant from the Houston Arts Alliance and commissioned Amber. She designed a piece using Volkswagen hoods in the shape of a flower. The garden, developed with the assistance of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Brazoria County Naturalists Society, is designed for wildlife, specifically pollinators, including birds, butterflies and other insects, and includes a water feature. Students from Furr High School helped plant with planning of native Texas grasses, shrubs, and trees that will provide nectar, berries and seeds. The garden is named in honor of the Dr. Daniel Jenkins III family, who help fund the development of the park. The Jenkins' are long-time East End advocates and owners of the Harrisburg Eye Clinic,7438 Harrisburg, which has a 40 year history of serving area residents. Thank you East End Houston for sharing these great photos! ... See MoreSee Less

The rain held out just long enough for a proper dedication. Stop by and visit the new Jenkins Garden located at the corner of Harrisburg and Lockwood in #EEHou!

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East End Street Fest 2013 Video. ¡Disfrútenlo!