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Movie Night at the Park

 

The East End Collaborative is proud to present: Movie Night at the Park: Our Story for Magnolia residents and the Greater East End area. We will be showing an oral history film featuring 30 of Magnolia Park’s original families who have contributed economically, historically, and socially to the establishment of the oldest “barrio” (Hispanic neighborhood) in Houston. The film was directed by Dr. Irene Procarello, President of Houston Community College—Southeast, and produced in tandem by Minerva Pérez, an award-winning journalist and former KTRK Channel 13 news anchor.  

Join us for what is sure to be a great event! 

Date: Saturday, March 2nd

Time: 7 p.m. 

Place: Hidalgo Park (rain location: Community Family Centers gym: 7318 Avenue F)

Families are welcome! Please bring your own lawn chair and blanket. Food and refereshments will be provided! 

 

For more information, please contact:

Estella Gonzalez, Program Assistant

estella.gonzalez@serhouston.org

713-773-6000 x113

 

This event is funded through the generous support of GO Neighborhoods, a program of Houston LISC.