Law Office of Don E. McClure January 2018

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national television, the parade may be in Houston, but it touches people far beyond our borders. This event is slated to have 4 million total viewers. Why watch it on TV when it’s right in our own backyard? HOUSTONHOT CHOCOLATE 5K AND 15K When: Jan. 28, 7:15 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Where: Sesquicentennial Park Running is great. Chocolate is even better. So why not combine the two? Well, that’s exactly what the debut of the Houston Hot Chocolate Road Race will do. Each runner will receive a mug full of fondue, bananas, pretzels, Rice Krispies Treats, cookie straws, and of course, hot chocolate. Can’t wait till the finish line? Don’t worry — there are sweet stations posted throughout the course to satisfy your mid-race cravings. The race series

Houston is such a great place because it is rich with opportunities to experience our unique culture. If you’re looking for the right opportunity to start your new year with some vibrancy, we have three great suggestions. 24 TH ANNUAL MLK GRANDE PARADE When: Jan. 15, 10:00 a.m. to 12 p.m. Where: Midtown Houston Thirty marching bands, 15 parade floats, and over 300,000 spectators add up to one event that is worth your while. This year, the theme for one of the country’s most prominent Martin Luther King Jr. parades is “The Color of Unity.” With the focus on creating oneness in a community everyone can be a part of, this local event has taken on a national identity. Broadcasting in three different languages on

HOPS N’ HOT SAUCE FESTIVAL When: Jan. 13, 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Where: Spindle Tap Brewery

The heat at this year’s festival is sure to blow the roof off this indoor event. The Hops n’ Hot Sauce Festival brings the best of Houston food to one place. With last year’s champion back to defend his title, this year’s contest is sure to be hot. Come and sample some of the best original hot sauces for an experience unlike any other. There’s plenty of fun outside of the competition too, including live graffiti painting and football playoffs. You can even watch the hot pepper eating contest, too. Come for the sauce, but stay for the fun.


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