HOUSTON -- Thousands of Houstonians decked out in white headed to the Heights Saturday for White Linen Night.
The annual free event includes live music, art and shopping.
White Linen Night in The Heights started in 2006 at the suggestion of Hurricane Katrina transplants Chris and Kay Thayer. It’s patterned after a similar event in the French Quarter Arts district in New Orleans.
Organizers say it's a chance for local shops, restaurants and artists in The Heights to show off what they do best.
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