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  • La Bare Houston-Ladies Club

    La Bare Houston-Ladies Club

    6234 Richmond Ave. Houston, TX 77057
    713-780-0930

    http://www.labare-houston.com

  • La Luz Del Mundo

    La Luz Del Mundo

    8312 Eastex Houston, TX 77093
    713-691-0207

  • La Porte library

    600 S. Broadway St. La Porte, TX 77571
    281-471-4022

  • Laff Spot Willowbrook

    17776 Tomball Parkway Houston, TX 77064
    281-955-9200

    http://www.laffspot.com

  • Lake Conroe Event Center

    19785 Highway 105 W. Montgomery, TX 77356
    936-522-6527

    http://www.lakeconroeeventcenter.com

  • Lake Houston Marina

    10611 FM 1960 E. Huffman, TX 77336
    281-324-1264

  • Lake Windcrest Golf Club

    10941 Clubhouse Circle Magnolia, TX 77354
    281-259-2279

  • Lakeside Country Club

    100 Wilcrest Houston, TX 77042
    281-497-2222

  • Lakewood United Methodist Church

    11330 Louetta Road Houston, TX 77070
    281-370-2273

  • Lakewood Yacht Club

    2425 NASA Seabrook, TX 77586
    281-474-2511

    http://www.lakewoodyachtclub.com

  • Landolt Pavilion at Clear Lake Park

    5001 NASA Parkway Seabrook, TX 77586
    N/A

  • Landry

    Landry's Downtown Aquarium

    410 Bagby Houston, TX 77002
    713-223-3474

    http://www.aquariumrestaurants.com A Ferris wheel, a train ride, a carousel, dancing fountains and tanks loaded with hundreds of fish -- what more could a kid ask for? This virtual theme park in the Downtown Theater District offers a whole afternoon of child-friendly thrills. Think of Landry's Downtown Aquarium as a good, centrally located alternative to Six Flags. The sound and smell effects inside the Aquarium's Amazon River and Mayan Temple attractions intrigue kids in a Disneyesque manner. And little ones can dine at boatlike tables and watch continuous movie clips in the informal downstairs restaurant. Thanks to the Landry's ownership, the food's not bad either. Popular items on the American/seafood menu include calamari, fish tacos and chicken lettuce wraps. And there’s a full bar for adults who feel like unwinding a bit after spending all day with the kids. More >>

  • YMCA

    16725 Longenbaugh Houston, TX 77095
    281-859-6143

  • Las Manos Magicas

    Las Manos Magicas

    4819 Blossom St. Houston, TX 77007
    713-802-2530

    http://www.lasmanosmagicas.com The hands that created the art seen at Las Manos Mágicas might very well have magic in them. The Heights-area shop has been around since the early '70s and built a solid reputation for itself as the place in Houston for affordable artwork, especially by regional and Latin American artisans, as well as by self-taught and outsider talents. Owner Madeleine Crozat-Williams, an expert on Mexican folk art, makes a couple of big buying trips a year, visiting individual workshops and studios to hand-pick new paintings, sculptures, textiles, jewelry and tinwork. By buying directly from the artists, Crozat-Williams ensures quality and low prices for her customers, as well as a fair price for the artists. The shop also carries beadwork from India, baskets from Nigeria and needlework from Uzbekistan, among other treasures. And all of it is at amazingly affordable prices. More >>

  • The Last Organic Outpost - Emile Street Community Research Farm

    The Last Organic Outpost - Emile Street Community Research Farm

    711 N Emile Houston, TX 77020
    832-422-8407

    http://www.lastorganicoutpost.com/index.php/en/ The Last Organic Outpost’s Emile Street Community Research Farm in the Fifth Ward was started by “Farmer Joe” Icet in 2001, when dirt was first brought in and laid down over the cement parking lot of the old Comet Rice Mill, creating topsoil that vegetables and other crops from around the world are grown in year-round. The site has thrived and expanded with the help of dedicated volunteers, and serves as a model of how to create a farm in a small urban area. This nonprofit's focus is Fifth Ward, which Icet describes as a food desert. Skillshare programs give everyone in the community and beyond an opportunity to come out and learn how to grow crops using organic methods without pesticides. Volunteers can keep food that they grow here; other crops are sold to visitors, local restaurants and farmer’s markets, with surplus food given to people in the community. The group also does outreach throughout Houston, with the goal of building a production-farming local labor force that develops and sustains local natural resources. The Last Organic Outpost is described by Icet as a mix of art, farming and community, and in addition to the farm, art projects have been built on the site and a stage has been erected for local musicians to play during events and festivals throughout the year. More >>

  • Le Virage

    12126 Westheimer Houston, TX 77077
    832-293-0911

    http://www.levirageballroom.com

  • League City Hall

    300 W. Walker St. League City, TX 77573
    281-554-1000

  • Learning Express Pearland

    11200 Broadway, #420 Pearland Pearland, TX 77584
    713-340-1380

  • Lee LeClear Tennis Center

    9506 S. Gessner Road Houston, TX 77074
    713-272-3697

  • Legacy Homes-Lakemont

    7303 Wakefield Meadow Lane Richmond, TX 77469
    281-342-0073

    http://www.visitlakemont.com

  • Leon Grayson Community Center

    13828 Corpus Christie St. Corpus Christi, TX 78415
    713-455-3660

  • Leonard E. Merrell Center

    6301 S. Stadium Lane Katy, TX 77494
    281-396-2562

    http://www.merrellcenter.org

  • Liberty Revival Church

    16200 State Highway 249 Houston, TX 77066
    281-693-SING

  • Liendo Plantation

    38653 Wyatt Chapel Hempstead, TX 77445
    979-826-3126

    http://www.liendoplantation.com

  • Lighthouse of Houston

    3602 W. Dallas St. Houston, TX 77019
    713-527-9561

    http://www.houstonlighthouse.org

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