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Spring Flowers-Themed Market Day

Regent Square
The Art Cellar of Houston presents The Parkway Market Days with participating vendors showcasing facial products (Sweet Indulgences), accessories (Fidelia’s Painted Hat, Espinosa Vintage Jewelry & Clothes, Sofia Espinosa Jewelry), artwork (Angela C Gennusa, Color Escapades, and Ordinary Valor), candles (Onata’s Soy Candles), and culinary treats (Shosho’s Kitchen, Bird & Twine). Regent Square is continuing their calendar of outdoor programming at The Parkway with a spring flowers-themed market in recognition the city’s most beautiful time of year. The community is invited to stop by the outdoor activity and event site at the corner of Allen Parkway and Dunlavy, across from Buffalo Bayou Park and The Villas at River Oaks for a market featuring local vendors and a water coloring activity, plus music and food. The Parkway Market Days is free to attend, and the floral water coloring kit will be complimentary for the first 50 attendees. Water coloring kits will be priced at $35 each for the remainder of the day. Valet parking will also be offered on a complimentary basis, and there is free parking in the Regent Square parking garage on W. Dallas Street. Future Market Days themes and dates include Pet Awareness Month (April 25) and Memorial Day (May 30). The safety and well-being of all visitors is top priority for Regent Square. Guests are encouraged to practice social distancing as well as wear a mask. The Parkway is one of several activations building anticipation of the for the eight-acre second phase of GID Development Group’s Regent Square, currently under construction at W. Dallas and Dunlavy streets, just steps from Buffalo Bayou Park and the eastern gateway to River Oaks. Slated to debut in late 2021, Phase 2 will incorporate 50,000 square feet of prime, pedestrian-oriented retail, plus a premier, 600-unit multi-family building, both framing activated community space. [Organizer's description]