FAHMily Night at Alief Art House 5pm

Filipino American National Historical Society – Houston, TX and Filipino Young Professionals of Houston are partnering for a Filipino American History Month (FAHM) close-out event!

Join us for FAHMily Night at Alief Art House 5pm!

This is a FREE family-friendly outdoor event!

Alief Art House is located on the corner of Beechnut St. & Dairy View Ln.
*A shipping container on the grounds of the Alief Community Garden at the Alief SPARK Park and Nature Center.
(Street parking available along Dairy View Ln.)


FYP BANIG AND TREAT begins at 5pm
Bring the whole family out for trick-or-treating Fil-Am style! Come in your Halloween costumes and visit each banig/station for Halloween treats!

FANHS-HTX’s rescheduled Movie Night from May has been moved to this night! Join us in screening Yellow Rose, as well as a few other projects by local storytellers/artists.

    YELLOW ROSE is the timely story of a Filipina teen from a small Texas town who fights to pursue her dreams as a country music performer while having to decide between staying with her family or leaving the only home she has known.
  • iKuwento (FANHS-HTX)
    Mini documentary featuring community members and what being Filipino-American means to them.
  • Sumulong (FANHS-HTX)
    A reflective short about the resilience of the Filipino community during the historic Winter Storm blackout.
  • Project Gnosis (Tyresidon)
    Project Gnosis is a cyberpunk urban fantasy focused on exploring myths and legends from around the world. In this world, mythic creatures live throughout the world in secret. However, this secrecy is always near its breaking point due to conflicts. Many groups alter the relations of the mundane and the extraordinary, some more malicious than others. We follow a group of misfit agents as they investigate supernatural crimes and conspiracies in this dark reality.

6FANHS-HTX x SEAPhoto FAHM Art Exhibition
Filipina-American artists/curators Erika Mei Chua Holum and Kat Cua’s FAHM art exhibition will be on display throughout the night. They embody the FAHM theme by featuring photography to showcase youth activism in the United States through ephemeral materials of direct actions and organizing efforts.

Vendors include:

  • Adarna Kitchenette (@adarna.htx)
  • Kano (@kano_htx)
  • La Planta (
  • Plant Heaven (@plantheavenhtx)
  • Strawberry King (@strawberrykinghtx)
  • Sweet & Psycho Bakery (@sweetandpsychobakery)
  • Xplosive Kookers (@xplosive.kookers)




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The purpose of the Filipino American National Historical Society are to: conduct research and studies; gather, promote, and disseminate published works on Filipino American history; provide a repository for research and gathered materials; create exhibits; promote and hold forums and public programs; and sponsor fundraising events to accomplish these purposes. FANHS-HTX is here to promote understanding, education, enlightenment, appreciation and enrichment through the identification, gathering, preservation and dissemination of the history and culture of Filipino Americans in the United States. FANHS-HTX represents the 32nd chapter of a national organization.

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