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Houston Institute for Culture
and the Havens Center Present


Growing Season - The Life of a Migrant Community
Photography by Gary Harwood • Text by David Hassler

March 25 - April 22 • Free and Open to the Public
Havens Center, 1827 W. Alabama St, Houston, Texas 77098



Growing Season photograph by Gary Harwood







Growing Season from Kent State University Press Growing Season - The Life of a Migrant Community

Photography by Gary Harwood • Text by David Hassler

Book available through Kent State University Press







Havens Center is located about 1/4 mile east of Shepherd on W. Alabama Street, on the south side of the street at 1827. Parking is available at St Stephens Episcopal Church (on the south side of the street near Woodhead and Alabama) or in the parking lot directly across the street from Havens Center (on the north side of Alabama).

Accessible Havens Center is accessible. Please call 713-521-3686 for accessibilty information.

Havens Center Location

Houston Institute for Culture is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to promoting cultural education and awareness through cultural activities. Our goal is to provide free and low-cost events, services and classes for the community. The organization's sphere of interest is Houston, the regions that have affected Houston's cultural history and the international origins of Houston's diverse population.


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