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The 27th Space Exploration Educators Conference (SEEC) is taking place over three days in February. This year it will become virtual.

The Houston Bridal Show is returning next month for two days.

"Weave Houston: Celebrating 71 Years of the Contemporary Handweavers of Houston" will be showing at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft beginning early next year.

The H-Town Book Fair is taking place on two consecutive Saturdays in Houston in January.

Space Center Houston is already celebrating the holidays, and will do so for the rest of 2020 with Galaxy Lights.

The Run Run Rudolph Virtual 5K will taking place in Houston, starting next month and continuing for the next six weeks. Various runs are being held in several communities in Texas at the same time.

The Great Vegan Food Fest is taking place on two Saturdays this December in Houston. It is a presentation of the Cosmic Creature Chocolate Company and the Social Vegan.

The Joe Joe Bear Foundation is holding its first annual charity gala this month in nearby Spring.

The exhibition "Radical: Italian Design 1965 1985: The Dennis Freeman Collection is showing at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston for the rest of October.

The exhibition "The Marzio Years: Transforming the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 1982 - 2010" is opening late this month and it will continue until January of next year.