Hens for Houston

A movement to keep Houston current by allowing the raising of chicken hens on city lots

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Upcoming events

Posted by cjkrebs on September 19, 2012

Come volunteer with us; contact hensforhouston@gmail.com for details!

Saturday Sept 29, 10-4pm. Hens for Houston will be volunteering with My Chicken Diaries for the BIG Event, celebrating 100 years of Girl Scouts. Because we too “B”elieve “I”n “G”irls!

We will have a table, petitions, T-shirts and the company of the one and only Chickadoo Sue and her real-life feathered friends… it will be a blast!

If you’re in the scouts, look for our booth with My Chicken Diaries! Hooray for empowered women!

Saturday Oct. 6, 10-3 pm. Buchanan’s Fall Festival. Join us for fall weather, native plants and fun! There will be lots of kid friendly events and live music.

Saturday Oct 27, 2-5 pm.  Neighborhood Fall Festival @ Westpark & Hwy 6. Come meet and talk to Houstonians about urban chickens!


TBA October evening… A screening of the light-hearted documentary, MAD CITY CHICKEN at Rice University’s Green Film Festival. Fun for the whole family!

Thanks to Rice University Environmental Club for helping organize the event!

Stay tuned for more details!



2 Responses to “Upcoming events”

  1. dkbuchan said

    Sorry, I didn’t see this.

    Wonderful. You are coming!

    Donna Buchanan donna@buchanansplants.com

  2. […] Upcoming events […]

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