Momma of Dos: ::10th Annual Houston Via Colori::

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

::10th Annual Houston Via Colori::

 ::Momma Disclosure:: This is not a compensated post. All statements are my true and honest opinion. 



This Weekend will be the 10th Annual Houston Via Colori  which will be benefiting The Center for Hearing and Speech. Event is completely free and open to the public. The artistry will be amazing and the beneficiary is a local organization which is wonderful for the Houston community!


What is Via Colori?
            
LINN Energy will be presenting  Houston's Via Colori, now in its 10th year. More than 200 artists from the U.S., Mexico, Italy, Australia, and Belgium will create chalk murals on the streets of downtown Houston. Live bands will perform on three stages throughout the weekend. All proceeds benefit The Center for Hearing and Speech.



When is it?

This Saturday, November 21, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Sunday, November 22, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
             
Where will it be held? 

In downtown Houston at Hermann Square at City Hall at 901 Bagby, Houston, Texas 77002.

Who will be there?    

200 Artists including: Joel Yau, professional artist, San Rafael, California; Vera Bugatti, professional artist, Italy; Adry del Rocio, professional artist, Mexico; Melanie Stimmell Van Latum, professional artist, California. Local artists are also available for interviews. All will be available for interviews throughout the day. Public is invited to attend. Admission is free.





About the beneficiaries- The Center for Hearing and Speech:

For nearly 70 years, The Center for Hearing and Speech, a United Way agency, has been dedicated to improving the lives of children with hearing loss through clinical, education and support services. All of the Center’s programs demonstrate a commitment to enable deaf children to reach their full potential by teaching them listening, speaking and literacy skills. Last year, CHS provided services to more than 8,500 children.

For more information on CHS, visit www.CenterHearingandSpeech.org.

For more information on Houston Via Colori or to find out how to donate visit, www.HoustonViaColori.com.


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