District H News
Early Childhood & The Future of Our Nation
Join Council Member Cisneros at a free screening of the film, The Raising of America: Early Childhood and the Future of Our Nation . The film addresses a new way to look at and think about Public Health, and the long-term implications not just for an individual, but what that means to the future of a city. Thank you to Harris County Department of Education, Harris County Public Health Department, and the YMCA for hosting this event. RSVP here or call 713-439-6067.
When? Saturday, December 16, 2017,  8:30 - 11 am | Where? 6300 Irvington Blvd, 5th Floor
Save the Date: Immigration Resource Fair on January 27th
Council Member Cisneros is pleased to offer another Immigration Resource Fair on Saturday,  January 27th from 10 am - 1 pm at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church . The fair will feature health, social, legal, and education resource booths as well as presentations on SB 4 and deportation.
Old Sixth Ward: La Pastorela
"El Wiwicho Si Existe"
Don't miss the satirical comedy "El Wiwicho Si Existe" this weekend ! Free and open to the public at MECA, this story stars La Chona, an indigenous woman who thinks Christmas revolves around material things and is enlightened by the true story behind Christmas.
When? Dec. 15, Dec 16, at 7 pm
Where? MECA, 1900 Kane Street
Near Northside
Seeking Volunteers & Volunteer Oppos
Serve your neighbors in the Near Northside by volunteering with GatorServe on MLK Day. A UH Downtown annual day of service, GatorServe is focusing in the Near Northside, but needs volunteers as well as volunteer opportunities . You can sign up to volunteer for GatorServe here and/or request a project be completed with GatorServe here .
Near Northside: Free Yoga Classes 
Join the Block Captains for free yoga classes held at Marshall Middle School cafeteria. Classes are free, and some yoga mats will be provided if needed.

When?  12/14, 5:30 pm, 12/21, 5:30 pm
Where? Marshall Middle School Cafeteria
              1115 Noble Street
Senior? Disabled? 
Impacted By Harvey?
The City of Houston is partnering with multiple groups to provide home repair assistance to seniors and disabled citizens with homes that have sustained damage as a direct result of Hurricane Harvey. If you know any District H constituents that qualify, please provide Council Member Cisneros' office with the contact's name, phone number, and home address . Info must be submitted as soon as possible to receive assistance. Please email us or call 832.393.3000.