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‘Tis the Season for Zoo Lights at The Houston Zoo and Who Knows? You Might Even Spot a Giant Yeti
Houston Life's Melanie Camp spotted a Yeti at the Houston Zoo and you can too! Zoo Lights is on now through January 8 and the Yeti will be there hanging out for selfies. It is just one of the many Zoo Lights attractions.
Give the gift of sleep this holiday season | HOUSTON LIFE | KPRC 2
The holiday season is a time to reflect and give thanks for our families, our friends and the many comforts in life. But for some families, just covering the basics can be a struggle. Thousands of Houston area children go to bed every night without a mattress to sleep on - and our friends at Texas Mattress Makers are trying to change that - with your help. During the month of December, you can “buy one, gift one” at Texas Mattress Makers with their - One for One Bed Event. All month long, save 25 percent and get a free box spring. Plus, they’ll donate a mattress to a local child in need through their partnership with Houston Children’s Charity. Visit TexasMattressMakers.com or call 713-341-6252 to learn more.
The Free Education Opportunity this is Changing Lives Through the Power of Work
Goodwill maybe a great place to shop but did you know they also offer a number of free courses that help break down the barriers to employment. Houston Life's Melanie Camp has more on Goodwill Houston's EmployAbility program.
Grammy-nominated gospel artist Jekalyn Carr performs ‘Great Christmas’ | HOUSTON LIFE | KPRC 2
Get ready to be inspired with new music from Grammy Award-nominated gospel singer Jekalyn Carr. She's in Houston for a special event, but first, she stopped by Houston Life to perform her new holiday tune “Great Christmas.”
El Milagro Del Recuerdo is the Holiday Opera That Means so Much to Many Houstonians
The Houston Grand Opera celebrates the return of El Milagro del Recuerdo. This mariachi opera is back on stage by popular demand. Houston Life's Melanie Camp went onstage to talk with the performers about the opera that means so much to many Houstonians.