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Houston News Spring 2019

Click here to view the Spring 2019 Issue.

The Pantry

Enjoy a taste of the Junior League Tea Room on the go! The Pantry is open to the public for take-out Tuesday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.


  • Free CPR Training Classes

    posted on March 4, 2019

    The Junior League of Houston, Inc. offers free CPR training to the general public. Saturday classes are available.

  • Crazy for crawfish

    posted on March 1, 2019

    If you spend enough time in the Junior League Tea Room, you will see – in a chef’s coat – a Junior League institution. Michael “Chef Mike” Smith has been making Junior League of Houston favorites for over 23 years. His cheer and easygoing Louisiana demeanor make him a favorite with everyone. Here, we talk…

  • Junior League’s Fire and Ice Ball Draws Hot Crowd for Cool Party

    posted on February 26, 2019

    LEAVE IT TO THE JUNIOR LEAGUE to throw a boisterous bash year after year. The women’s group has hosted fundraising affairs to remember for seven decades now, and last weekend’s two-night, black tie annual charity ball was no exception. This year’s theme, Fire and Ice, was meant to reflect League members’ “fiery passion” for helping the…


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A Vision for Houston

The Junior League of Houston continues a tradition that began in 1925 by 12 visionary women as a means to fund a well-baby clinic for underserved children. That clinic has since expanded its services to become the Junior League Health Care Clinic at Texas Children’s Hospital, and the League has grown to 5,000 women strong. We are every bit as committed to developing the potential of women and strengthening our community today as we were in 1925.

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