Asian Americans in Houston:
A Kaleidoscope of Cultures

October 1, 2015-January 16, 2016
The Heritage Society Museum Gallery
Free admission

The focus of the exhibition is on Asian Americans in Houston and their many contributions to the city and its culture. Topics include an overview of Asian immigration, a Buddhist temple, and stories of Houstonians who trace their ancestry to China, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, and South Asia. The exhibit brings to life stories in the fall 2015 issue of Houston History magazine by featuring artifacts, photographs, and documents representing a cultural bridge between Asians and Houstonians.


53rd Annual
Candlelight Tour

Sat., December 12 & Sun., December 13
5–10 p.m. & 5–9 p.m.
Sam Houston Park

Imagine cool nights, warm fires, twinkling lights, and a cup of cocoa in hand. Through entertainment, skits, and tours, families will hear the stories of Houston's past. Guests will tour decorated buildings, interact with historic characters, participate in children’s activities in Santa’s Workshop, and learn about Houston’s early residents, cultures, and customs. The Holiday Art Market will expand to include holiday themed items for your shopping enjoyment. Choirs and musicians will perform throughout the park. Buy Tickets
Candlelight Cafe Menu


Food Truck

Tuesday, December 1, 2015
Cousins Maine Lobster @CMLobsterHOU
Corner of Bagby and Dallas streets

11am - 2pm

Treat yourself to lunch at The Heritage Society (THS) on food Truck Tuesdays! THS will host a different food truck each week from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the corner of Bagby and Dallas streets. Enjoy your lunch at tables in Connally Plaza and visit THS's Museum Gallery where we tell the stories of Houston.