Celebrate bees, Institution Theatre, “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days”


Gardening

Native Plants for Pollinators. Two Hives Honey is hosting a class that will teach you to recognize the best Texas native plants that will keep our pollinators, namely the honey bee, well fed even during the winter. The workshop involves one hour in the classroom and then another hour walking for hands-on identification. You will leave class with a list of native plants that are bee-friendly and a pack of Native American Seed Bee Friendly Wildflower mix. 1 to 3:30 p.m Saturday. $60. 720 Bastrop Highway, Suite 307. twohiveshoney.com/classes.

Comedy

“The Last Hurrah at The Institution Theater. After nearly seven years, the Institution Theater is moving out of its warehouse location and into another building just 10 yards away. In celebration, there will be final performances on the original stage, “The Last Hurrah (This Time We Really Mean It),” continuing this week with two female troupes, Harlequin and Girls Girls Girls: Improvised Musicals. 8 p.m. Saturday. $5. 3708 Woodbury Drive. theinstitutiontheater.com.

Coming up

In Brunch We Trust at the Alamo Drafthouse. This installment of the Alamo’s popular brunch series is screening the film “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.” Choose from a whole menu of mimosas while watching this big screen revisit of the Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey romantic comedy, about a ladies’ man advertising executive who bets he can make a woman fall in love with him in 10 days. In this screening, it’ll be OK to cheer for your favorite character, dance during songs and quote some of your favorite lines. 12:30 and 3:45 p.m. Sunday. $9.50. Alamo Ritz, 320 E. Sixth St. drafthouse.com.



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