Yoga and a Gala
There’s more good tunes to be found in League City than the smooth throwbacks to Yacht Rock. What your South Shore Harbor aims to present here is a short guide to the city’s August cultural scene and a few hip venues nearby. So, if you can’t afford to hitch a ride on a glistening ship, or just prefer to stay dry on the hardy mainland, follow our outline below to a handful of sensible options. OK, we told a tiny white lie—we’re going to give a nod to KBXX 97.9’s All White Boat Party. Climb aboard the Royal Princess on August 7th (7-10 PM) and live DJs will be spinning hip hop between hors d'oeuvres.
If you and your family are in town through August 13th, which is a Saturday, then we would like to invite you to the village of Webster. This quaint location is about five minutes of a drive outside League City, and worth it! Beginning at 4 o’clock in the afternoon the Webster Business Improvement District once again hosts its popular, Webster Wine Walk, with food in the park and an outdoor movie screened at dusk. Listen to the hum of the crowd, take in a few pointers from experts on everything wine. As an alternative there’s the Harbour Playhouse’s A Night on Broadway Gala, a cabaret-style event of veteran performers.
If you’re not tuckered out from yesterday’s activity you might want to wander down to 2951 Marina Bay for the Ah Soca Reggae Festival (6-9 PM). Otherwise, you could say we saved the best for last. Once in awhile, on certain Saturdays the Saloon Door brewery opens itself to the healthy benefits of yoga. I mean, you’ve got to do something to counteract that beer. Starting right around 3 o’clock arrive with your own spongy mat, or grab a rental for $3, and stretch out on the floor for another Yoga&Hops. Each class is going to set you back $20, which includes three beer tokens. It’s all good vibrations, at the end of the day.