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An Evening in the Park at White Oak Park in The Heights 

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November

13

6 - 7:30pm

A Bayou City Picnic presents an Evening in the Park at White Oak Park in The Heights on three fall evenings.
Attendees can enjoy a picnic basket full of tasty treats, plus free live jazz music by Raquel Cepeda, against the backtdrop of the Downtown skyline.
Ticket will include a picnic basket full of curated items and local bites. Choose either a basket featuring charcuterie (a selection of meats and cheeses that feeds approximately 2 to 3 people) or 2 sandwiches of your choice, plus extras including sweet treats.
All picnics are packed in a wicker picnic basket with sanitized utensils, ceramic plates, cloth napkins, drinkware, and a classic picnic blanket.
Additional sides, including wine, Topo Chico Hard Seltzer, water, a bouquet of flowers, are available for purchase at reasonable prices.
No cleaning required. When the picnic is over, attendees can place everything back in the basket and drop it off at the pickup location in the park.
An Evening in the Park Fall Schedule

Saturday, September 25, 2021
Saturday, October 16, 2021
Saturday, November 13, 2021

White Oak Park / White Oak Parkway
Note that White Oak Park is an unofficial name for a stretch of green parkspace along the White Oak Bayou Greenway Trail, west of Houston Avenue and the Freed Art and Nature Park. All can be accessed from White Oak Drive. The general location appears as White Oak Park on Apple Maps and White Oak Parkway on Google Maps.
Admission
Baskets for 2 to 3 people are $85. Additional sides are available. Reserve now or learn more.
Charcuterie picnic basket | Photo courtesy of A Bayou City Picnic
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