Highland Trail May 2019


Highland Trails

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May 2019

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You could make this on National Apple Pie Day May 13th!



1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour

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2 tablespoons cold milk

1 1/2 teaspoons white sugar

1 teaspoon salt

6 Fuji apples, cored and sliced

3/4 cup white sugar

3 tablespoons all-purpose flour

3/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg

1/2 cup all-purpose flour

1/2 cup white sugar

1/2 cup butter


Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).

To Make Crust: In a large bowl, mix together 1 1/2 cups flour, oil, milk,

1 1/2 teaspoons sugar and salt until evenly blended. Pat mixture into

a 9 inch pie pan, spreading the dough evenly over the bottom and up

sides. Crimp edges of the dough around the perimeter.

To Make Filling: Mix together 3/4 cup sugar, 3 tablespoons flour,

cinnamon and nutmeg. Sprinkle over apples and toss to coat. Spread

evenly in unbaked pie shell.

To Make Topping: Using a pastry cutter, mix together 1/2 cup flour, 1/2

cup sugar and butter until evenly distributed and crumbly in texture.

Sprinkle over apples.

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1 cup white sugar

1/4 teaspoon salt

2 teaspoons vanilla extract

1/2 teaspoon lemon juice

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3 cups frozen blueberries


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Gardening Tips For May

Warm weather means our gardens and landscapes are growing fast.

Here are some tasks to keep your landscape beautiful and productive:

Flowers: Time to plant summer blooming perennials and annuals

including plumbago, zinnias, angelonia, purslane, lobularia,

sunflowers, yellow bells, pride of Barbados, duranta and bat-faced


Vegetables: May is a great time to plant, from seed or nursery plants,

okra, sweet potatoes, cucumbers, winter squash, pumpkins, basil,

peppers, lima beans, eggplant, garlic chives and Malabar greens. If

you don’t want to dedicate an area of your yard, consider planting

here and there in your flowerbeds. Edible landscaping is a popular

new trend!

Lawns: Water 1/2 to 1” of irrigation per week. A rain gauge or straight

sided container (such as a tuna fish can) will help you know how long

to run your irrigation system to apply 1/2”.

Weeding: Hand pull or hoe weeds while they are still young or better

yet, maintain a 3” layer of mulch in all vegetable and flowerbeds to

deter weeds from getting a start.

Pruning: Remove spent blooms on spring and summer annuals to

promote new blooms.

Fertilizing: Fertilize flowerbeds and vegetable gardens w/slow release

organic fertilizer.

Water: Deep soakings between rain events is better than frequent

light sprinkling.

Birds: Spring migration continues until mid-May. Clean bird feeders!

Replace water in bird baths to avoid creating mosquito breeding


Submitted by Robert “Skip” Richter, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension

Horticulture Agent in Harris County

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We’re weeks away from sweltering temperatures, hurricane warnings and bug

invasions. Before summer hits, make sure you and your home are prepared:

Give Your Air Conditioner a Checkup

• Replace your air filter to make sure the whole system runs smoothly.

• Clear debris on or around your vents or exhausts and clean off any dirt

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• First, look for actual leaks: drafts in your windows and doors.

• Check your attic insulation for leaks and gaps.

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• Check caulking around windows and doors, fix any drafts/gaps with

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Prevent Water Damage

• Make sure your windows and doors are properly sealed and caulked, too.

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Memorial Weekend Getaways

Here are some celebrations across America that offered something

special in honor of the Memorial Day holiday:

Palm Springs, Calif.: For Guaranteed Summer Weather

While most beach seasons are just beginning, Memorial Day marks the

end of bearable temps in the desert, so hotels and operators are running

specials for the holiday. Though other parts of California will be in the

midst of “May Gray” and “June Gloom,” Palm Springs still has nonstop

sunshine-plus dozens of vintage shops, acclaimed restaurants and an

enduring love for all things mid-century (its hotels and private homes offer

some of the best examples of 1950s modern architecture in the country).

Washington, D.c.: For Patriotism, Pomp And Circumstance

Washington D.C. is the most patriotic place to celebrate the holiday, with a

parade and plenty of pomp and circumstance taking place during special military

ceremonies. Arlington National Cemetery-which celebrated its 150 th anniversary

in May 2014-hosts a wreath-laying ceremony at 11 AM on Memorial Day at the

Tomb of the Unknowns accompanied by performances from the U.S. Navy Band.

Saint Louis: For The Ultimate Treasure Hunt

Don’t miss the largest flea market in the Midwest, Gypsy Caravan, an

annual Memorial Day event organized for the 44 th year by the St. Louis

Symphony Volunteer Association.

The Jersey Shore: For Family Fun And Rides Along The Iconic Boardwalk

Steel Pier, Atlantic City’s popular ocean side amusement park, debuted eight

new rides in 2013. Outside Atlantic City, check out the annual Wildwoods

International Kite Festival, the largest in North America, Friday thru Monday, an

event that starts Friday at noon with the “Unlocking of the Ocean” media event.

Austin: For Boating Season And Outdoor Fun

Head to Lake Travis to soak up some of Austin’s best weather of the year,

with plenty of sunshine and temperatures in the eighties. Memorial Day

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Annual Assessments Reminder

Please make a payment on your 2019 Annual Assessment as soon as

possible if you have not already done so. If you have not received your

statement you should contact Margie Pingleton at 713-329-7152 or

mpingleton@pmghouston.com or go to https://app.townsq.io/login to

register to view your balance. PMG sends the statements and collects this

assessment for Highland Trails HOA. The assessment is due January 1 st of

each year and if not paid by January 31 st , PMG implements a collection

procedure for pursuing delinquent accounts, which is a part of the

management contract with the association. For each month an assessment

or any portion thereof, remains unpaid, it is subject to interest and a $20

administrative charge is added to the delinquent owner’s account. Unpaid

accounts are subject to reporting to the credit bureau, filing an affidavit

of lien against the property and may result in foreclosure of the property.

Any owner who is unable to pay the assessment when due is encouraged

to contact PMG immediately before the assessment becomes late to make

payment arrangements. Please refer to your Association’s documents for

further information regarding the annual assessment. These documents

can be found on the TownSq website/application.

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Deed Restrictions

Inspections are done roughly once a month by PMG Houston and if you

have received a letter or have any concerns about maintenance, please

reach out to the Management Team.

Trash Cans

After pick-up, all garbage cans must be stored out of public view or you are

in violation of the Deed Restrictions. Trash is picked up days are Mondays

& Thursdays. The complete set of rules for trash/recycling is listed at the

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request form. • Report lost pets. • Report issue or concern to management.

Visit: https://app.townsq.io/login or contact PMG Houston if you need

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want to stay on the list. If we do not hear back from you after 3 tries, we

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May 1 st : Family Night (No Homework Assigned)

May 23 rd : Early Dismissal - Last Day of School

May 24 th : Teacher Preparation Day

May 27 th : Holiday

KISD Summer Band Camp to be Held

at Morton Ranch High School

The seventeenth annual summer band camp, offered to next year’s 7 th ,

8 th and 9 th grade KISD band students, will be held at Morton Ranch High

School July 15 th -19 th . The camp will include daily section rehearsals, full

band rehearsals and fun music based electives. Lunch is also part of the

camp. The cost of the camp is $130 and will include a t-shirt if registered

by June 5 th . All registrations after that date will need to include a late

registration fee of $25 totaling $155. Any registration request after June

28 th must be sent via email and if approved, payment MUST BE either

cash, money order or cashier’s check.

The camp concludes with the Grand Finale Concert on Friday morning

at 9 AM. After the concert, those students wishing to extend the fun a

little longer can join in the group’s optional trip to Typhoon Texas for an

additional $35 (park admission, meal, bus transportation and drinks are

included in price) for a total camp cost of $165 ($190 after June 5 th ). The

KISD JH Summer Band Camp has been a huge success each year and we

anticipate a large enrollment again this year.

Camp participants will audition for summer band camp placement as

soon as they arrive for the first day of camp. Students should prepare

major scales specific to the student’s instrument and an audition

etude, which can be downloaded from the webpage. Students will be

ability grouped with the number of bands being determined by total

enrollment for the camp. Registration Form, Audition materials and

Travel/Emergency Treatment Consent Form can be downloaded by

campers from the Katy ISD Fine Arts Webpage www.katyisd.org/dept/

finearts. An email confirmation is sent out upon receipt of registration

and follow up reminders from the camp coordinator will be sent before

the camp begins, so make sure your email address is clearly printed on

the registration form.

The camp provides an economical and convenient alternative to those

who may not have had a chance to attend another band camp over

the summer due to scheduling and/or costs. Participants will receive

top quality instruction on their instruments from our own great KISD

and Houston area Band Directors. Join us for the seventeenth annual

Katy ISD Junior High Summer Band Camp and keep your playing skills

sharp for the year! Camp brochures, with the registration form, will be

distributed to KISD band students by their schools’ directors. Camp

brochures can also be downloaded from the Katy ISD Fine Arts webpage.

Plan to register early in order to guarantee a spot! Again, registrations

requests made after June 28 th will need to follow special instructions

outlined earlier. If you have already registered and have not received

your confirmation email, contact kisdbandcamp2019@gmail.com to

make sure your registration has been received.

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Katy ISD Represented at

2019 Texas Bluebonnet Awards Event

Each year 10 Texas library districts are represented at the Texas Library Association’s (TLA) annual conference and this year Katy Independent School

District librarian Diane Austin, as well as 4 th grader Charlotte Baker, will be representing District 8 in addition to Katy ISD’s Wolman Elementary

School. Charlotte will be a part of a student group who will be announcing the grand winner of the Texas Bluebonnet Award.

“I love the Texas Bluebonnet Program because not only are children motivated to read books but students have the opportunity to choose the

winner unlike many other publishing awards,” said Diana Austin, library media specialist at Wolman Elementary.

Twenty books are chosen each year for the Texas Bluebonnet Award Master List. Schools and libraries around the state participate in the program,

encouraging students in grades 3 rd -6 th to read a minimum of five books from the list. In January, participating students all over the state of Texas

cast their vote for their favorite title. The author of the book receiving the most votes is the winner and is given their award at the Texas Bluebonnet


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Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Awards

Prestigious Recognitions

to Katy ISD Students

The artwork of 27 Katy Independent School District students has been recognized

by the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo (HLS&R), with many of those creations

now advancing to Grand Prix Judging and to auction. Best of Show, Gold Medal

and Special Merit were among some of the prominent achievements of Katy ISD

art students who have worked tirelessly to perfect their masterpieces.

The HLS&R School Art Program provides students, Pre-K through 12 th grade, the

opportunity to compete in district shows, earn scholarships, travel to summer

workshops and display artwork at the Hayloft Gallery at the NRG Center for viewing.

The Grand Prix judging consists of all the 100+ school districts and private schools

that participate in the annual competition. Grand Prix selects which pieces of art

will be awarded the Grand Champion, Reserve Champion and Class Champions

recognitions. Those art pieces will then advance to the HLS&R Art Auction.

Angel Luo, Cinco Ranch High School, Best of

Show for artwork titled “Spirit”

Sarah Kim, Davidson Elementary, Best of

Show for artwork titled “The Past Before Us”

Ashley Chung, Beck Junior High, Best of Show for artwork titled

“Next to the Road”

Katy ISD Students

Spelling out Victory!

W-I-N-N-E-R-S that spells Winners!! Katy Independent

School District is proud to announce the recent 2019

Katy ISD Spelling Bee Winners. The winning word was

“drupaceous” which Beckendorff Junior High Keerthana

Krishnan spelled out without hesitation. The seventhgrader

went through a rigorous 21 rounds of competition

to ultimately be recognized as the Spelling Bee Champion

of Katy ISD. Memorial Parkway Junior High seventh-grader

Beck Beathard was named the Spelling Bee Runner-up

and Janina Ojeiduma, an eighth-grader from Seven Lakes

Junior High was named Spelling Bee Alternate.

Keerthana and Beck represented Katy ISD at the Houston

Public Media Regional Spelling Bee in March. The Champion

and Runner-up at the Regional Spelling Bee event will then

advance to the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington

D.C. in May 2019. Best of luck to these students!


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Scouting News

Ella Hummeldorf earned her Gold Award in Girl Scouts

Ella Hummeldorf, a Sophmore at Tompkins High School, has earned her Gold Award in Girl Scouts. Ella is a member of Troop 127007 and has been a

Girl Scout since she was in Kindergarten. For her project, Ella built garden boxes with the help of her brothers and a group of Boy Scouts from Troop

1103 for Goddard Preschool in Cinco Ranch NW. Her inspiration for the garden boxes was her grandfather who is currently in bad health. Obesity is a

growing problem in America and Ella is hoping the new generation of kids will make better choices. Her goal was to educate young children on the

importance of eating healthy and how vegetables play a big part in that. She wanted to teach them about vegetables in a fun way so she created the

garden boxes, supplied starter seeds and tools. She hopes they will have fun watching them grow and will teach future generations about growing

vegetables and healthy eating. Her brother, Henry Hummeldorf, was a recent contestant on MasterChef Junior so she enlisted his help with some

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Brownie GS Troop openings for

2nd Grade Girls-Katy Wide

Troop 128006, a Katy wide 2 nd Grade Brownie Girl Scout Troop, has

opening for 2 nd grade girls. We welcome new to GS, returning & existing

2 nd grade Girl Scouts. Meetings: Every other Monday, 6:30-8 PM, 20000

Franz Road area. Contact Lee at gstroop128006@gmail.com for more


Boy Scouts Of America Troop 418 -

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For the first time in its 100+ year history, the iconic program of the Boy

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11-17 the same experience that boys have traditionally enjoyed. Scouts

BSA Troop 418 is a new girl-led unit, meeting at Trinity Baptist Church on

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Pack 353 has been keeping the Scout spirit alive since 1982. With over

60 scouts and 20 dynamic leaders, we are gearing up for a fun-filled year

with a wide variety of activities that help boys develop leadership skills,

build character, strengthen communication skills and demonstrate good


Boys entering first through fifth grades are welcome to join us anytime

throughout the year. If you would like more information on joining Cub

Scouts and participating in our summertime activities, please contact

our Cubmaster Randy Barras at: 353katy@gmail.com. Keeping it fun.

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Homeschool Pack 164

Cub Scouts is a fun way to teach boys about character, respect,

responsibility and many other traits. Pack 164 is a Christian, home

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Pack 164 promotes service to God, to country and to others. If you are

interested and your son is entering 1 st through 5 th grade, please contact

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National Scavenger Hunt Day May 24th

What is a Scavenger Hunt? A scavenger hunt is a game in which

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tasks, as given in a list. The goal is either to complete the list first or to

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May. Visitors enjoy Greek music, authentic Greek cuisine, live dancers,

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Family Life Assembly of God Church, located at 24911 Roesner Road

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Vacation Bible School: Life is Wild, God is Good. June 10 th -14 th from 5-8:30

PM each evening, the children will be learning that God is Good, even

when life changes, seems unfair, sad, scary or good. Gospel Publishing

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The Arc of Katy is currently taking applications for three Summer

Program sessions for teens and adults with intellectual and development

disabilities who are at least 16 years of age and meet the program’s

minimum requirements.


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The Day Program will be held Monday through Friday, weekly, from 8

AM-3 PM at The Arc of Katy, 5819 Tenth Street, Suite C, Katy, Texas 77493.

Three Sessions are being held this Summer:

Session 1… June 3-June 28, 2019

Session 2… July 1-July 26, 2019

Session 3… July 29-August 16, 2019

Each session will include a variety of fun activities including excursions,

crafts, life skills, games and much more. Summer Program cost is $35

per day and participant must be a current member of The Arc of Katy to

participate. Participants will bring a snack and lunch most days and will

receive an Arc of Katy t-shirt. For more information and forms, call 832-

754-9802 or please visit www.thearcofkaty.org.


Registration is open for Camp Jam, Living Word’s music & arts immersion

program. The camp will run the week of June 17-21, 2019 for youth ages

5-10. Hours are from 9 AM until 2:30 PM at Living Word’s church facilities

at 3700 S. Mason Road, Katy. Camp Jam focuses on immersing young

children in music, dance and art and to inspire them to continue in music

as they grow. The classes are taught by both music professionals and

talented laypersons from Living Word. Each child will have the opportunity

to experience seven classes lasting 30 minutes per day, including drum

ensemble, piano class, recorders, guitar/ukulele, art, dance and theater.

The children will enjoy a mid-morning snack and should bring their

own lunch. Camp starts and ends with singing and scriptural themes.

Registration for the week is $75 and includes a snack. Please register at

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Katy Heroes Honored

by Teenagers

Students from Tompkins High School, Tays Junior High

and Woodcreek Junior High, have gathered together to

honor a number of Katy teachers, coaches and community

leaders who are ‘heroes’ to the young people.

A special dinner and awards presentation was held by the

youth who are all members of The Church of Jesus Christ

of Latter-day Saints. Aged between 12 and 18, each of

them was inspired to choose one person who has had a

significant influence for good in their lives. The students

then personally invited their ‘hero’ to attend the dinner.

During the evening each of the youth gave a short speech

to introduce their hero and explain why they had had

such a significant impact on them.

Among the heroes was Danny Hill, Girls Program Director

at Albion Hurricanes FC. He was invited by Tompkins

Junior, Terin Graham. Terin also plays for the Tompkins

Varsity team, which is currently ranked number one in

the nation. She was thrilled to publicly thank Danny for

his incredible contribution to women’s soccer. Danny

commented, “I was very touched when Terin invited me to be honored at the dinner. The best part of our job is watching these kids grow into fantastic

young people. Terin always brings a smile to my face and when I stood there listening to her talk it gave me a great peace and understanding of why I

still do this job. Thank you Terin and family for believing in me all those years ago and your continued belief ever since.”

The purpose of the evening was to thank the many people in the community who sacrifice so much of their time and energy to guide and teach the

young people in Katy. Says Brad Tippetts, one of the leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Katy, “As a parent and leader, it can be

a scary proposition to send our kids into a world that at times is full of anger and selfishness. That’s why we’re so grateful for the many good people out

there who share in the responsibility of helping our kids grow into good, honorable adults and care enough to help build the type of character that will

make them good citizens and strong community members.”

Many of the students invited teachers, some brought Scout Leaders and one young man even invited his mom along to be his hero. There on the night were

Shetye Cypher, Tina Fairwell, Leanda Hunt, Stephanie Lewis, Todd McVey, Donald Artley, Dianne Kuper, Monti Marquez, Danny Hill, Amy Wernig, Marianne

Hudspeth, Ryleigh Gilpin, Amanda Robinson, Stephanie Mead, Holly Datwyler Ben Allsop, Mike Tinnell, Ann Batten-Bishop, Stacey Levin and Allan Ray.

As well as hosting the dinner and each making a speech, the youth played instruments and sang a choral number for invited guests.

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Houston Area Events

Cinco De Mayo Accordion Festival - May 3-5, 2019, Talento Bilingue De

Houston, 333 South Jensen, Houston, TX 77003. Admission: $10. As part

of what TBH and the City of Houston have collaborated to designate as

Tejano History Month the Cinco de Mayo Accordion Festival celebrates

the genre and the cultural identity of the accordion and conjunto band.

Houston Dragon Boat Festival - May 4, 2019, 8:30 AM-4:30 PM, Downtown

Houston, Allen’s Landing, 1005 Commerce St., Houston, TX 77002. Free

admission. The Buffalo Bayou will be overflowing with people and boats

at the Annual Houston Dragon Boat Festival. More than 30 corporate and

community teams will paddle their way in the waters of downtown Houston

with other festivities celebrating Asian and Asian-American culture.

Mediterranean Festival 2019 - May 4, 2019, 11 AM-7 PM, located

between St. Elizabeth Parking Garage & The Wellness Center, 690 N. 15 th

Street Beaumont, Beaumont, TX 77702. This annual fundraiser for St.

Michael’s Church features authentic Greek and Arabic foods available a

la carte from a variety of vendors throughout the fair grounds. Along with

food, families can enjoy camel rides, face painting, games and other fun

activities. Greek and Arabic dance troops perform throughout the day.

Rails & Tails Mudbug Festival - May 4, 2019, 11 AM-8 PM, 1907

Railroad Depot Museum, 201 South Elm Street, Tomball, TX 77375. Free

admission and parking. Tomball’s annual Rails & Tails Mudbug Festival

is a celebration of the tasty crawfish through music, food and fun. Cajun

and festival food vendors, merchandise, kids zone and more. The historic

1907 Depot Museum will also be open on-site for tours with its model

train displays, art, railroad memorabilia and artifacts.

UTHealth Stomp Out Stroke Festival - May 4, 2019, 9 AM-3:30 PM,

Discovery Green, 1500 Mckinney Street, Houston, TX 77010. FREE

registration required at www.strokefestival.org. This family-friendly

event, which is open to the public, will feature stroke and brain health

education, FREE health screenings, fitness & nutrition demonstrations

and Q&A with stroke physicians, nurses, pharmacists and other health

care providers. Learn about stroke, stroke symptoms, stroke in women,

stroke prevention, treatment & recovery, migraines, brain imaging,

concussions, brain on drugs, healthy brain aging and more! Enjoy family

fun in our Kids’ Zone. Stage performances and live ice sculpting.

Comicpalooza 2019 - May 10-12, 2019, George R. Brown Convention

Center, 1001 Avenida De Las Americas, Houston, TX 77010. Admission:

$39-$260. We’re excited to bring you all the Comicpalooza fun including

celebrity appearances, comic books, a full programming schedule,

anime, shopping, cosplay, a film and literature festival, tabletop gaming,

maker’s space, podcasting, live entertainment and so much more!

Houston Crawfish Crab Grill Festival - May 11, 2019, 3-10 PM, Humble

Civic Center & Arena, 8233 Will Clayton Pkwy., Humble, TX 77338. Admission

starting at $10. The Houston Crawfish, Crab & Grill Festival is a family event

that celebrates the tastes and cultures of southern cooking, featuring

crawfish, crab, grilled foods and more from local restaurants, caterers

and food trucks. Live performances and DJs spinning their best tunes to

keep you on your feet. Bring the young ones and keep them entertained

with lots of fun and games in the Kids Zone. Check out the arts and crafts

vendors displaying their handmade merchandise and original designs.

This event will benefit the As One Foundation - www.asonefoundation.org.

Pasadena Strawberry Festival - May 17-19, 2019, 7603 Red Bluff Rd.,

Pasadena, TX 77507. Admission: $5-$30. Did someone say strawberries,

strawberry shortcake? Yum! The Annual Pasadena Strawberry Festival

will include 128 teams playing Mud Volleyball, 70 BBQ cook off teams,

Specialty Act, Pig races, Swam master Alligator show, Magic acts, stunt

shows, Children’s area, Teen area, Washer Pitching Contest, Wine Tent,

2 stages of Live entertainment and the World’s Largest Strawberry

Shortcake! There are 300 vendors with everything from food to arts and

crafts, Beauty Pageant, Carnival and much, much more!

2019 Pull for Puppies Charity Tug-of-War Tournament - May 18,

2019, 11:30 AM-2 PM, Citycentre Plaza, 1921 Event Center, 800 Town And


Country Blvd., Houston, TX 77024. Admission: $30 per participant. Pull

for Puppies is a large Tug-of-War Tournament made up of teams from

all over the Houston area. It is also a fundraising event for the Friends

for LIFE Pet Shelter. The event is comprised of 3 separate tournaments

- Women’s, Men’s and Coed. Finally, there will be dogs to adopt at the

event from Friends for LIFE.

Blues and More at the Brown - Daily thru May 23, 2019, 11:30 AM-1:30

PM, George R. Brown Convention Center, 1001 Avenida De Las Americas,

Houston, TX 77010. Free Admission. Whether you are looking to do a midday

activity with your kids or just need a respite from the office, head to

Avenida Houston’s ‘Blues and More at the Brown’ select afternoons to

take in the sounds of local Houston musicians. Looking to grab a bite

while you enjoy the show? Stop by several restaurants just steps way for

a tasty takeout meal.

Boot Camp in the Plaza - Fridays, 9-10 AM. Sugar Land Town Square,

2711 Plaza Drive, Sugar Land, TX 77479. Free Admission. Stay fit with our

free weekly Boot Camp class with Cida Fitness.

Houston Ghost Tour - Weekly on Friday and Saturday, 8 PM (family) or

9:30 PM (adult). Hermann Park, 6001 Fannin Street, Houston, TX 77030.

Admission: $20-Adults, $15 6-12 years, Free 5 years and under. Situated

near the Houston Zoo, the heart of the museum, hospital and university

district, Hermann Park is a bustling and beautiful area in the day time,

but when the sun goes down and the crowds disappear, the ghosts come

out to play. Tour guides Edward S. Burns and Doc. Strangeway lead you

through some of the most haunted spots in the park, as you will learn the

history and ghost stories relating to Hermann Park, Houston, Texas and

surrounding locations nearby.

Chimney Rock Market - 1 st Sunday of the month, 12-4 PM, Chimney Rock

Plaza, 3300 Chimney Rock, Houston, TX 77056. Admission is free. Please

join us for our Art and Farmers Market! Our vendors will be selling mouthwatering

eats and artisan gifts the whole family can enjoy. As always, fourlegged

friends are welcome. There will be plenty of treats for them too!

When you’re done shopping, stop in Sean Anthony Salons to browse the

beautiful art gallery brought to you by Creative Energy. Stay for the Art

Reception from 2-4 PM and meet the Artists! Refreshments will be served.

Also, enter for your chance to win a cut and color or brazillian blowout.

Living History Saturday - 3 rd Saturday of the month, 10 AM-4 PM.

Washington On The Brazos State Historic Site, 23400 Park Road 12,

Washington, TX 77880. Admission: Regular admission fees apply. Travel

back in time to where a nation was born in 1836. Staff and volunteers

dressed in period clothing bring to life the people and events of Old

Washington providing a unique opportunity to discover various aspects

of life surrounding the birth of the Republic of Texas. The program

features activities suited for the entire family. Try your hand at writing

with a quill pen and sign a copy of the Texas Declaration of Independence.

Visit with militia soldiers traveling through town or try your hand at some

early Texas games. Step back in time and discover the spot where Texas

became Texas! (Activities will vary and some are weather dependent.)

Contact Adam at 936-878-2214 ext. 228.

Comedy Night at HPL - Monthly on the 3 rd Thursday, 6-8 PM. Houston

Public Library, 500 Mckinney Avenue, Houston, TX 77002. Admission

is free. The Houston Public Library offers “Open Mic” comedy night

where local and non local comedians, comediennes, ventriloquists and

impressionists of ALL ages present family comedy to the audience. Improv

Performers from Station Theater closes out the night with games that

involve the audience. Everyone who participates in at least one open mic

throughout the year become eligible to participate in the Annual Comedy

competition which is held in December. Prizes in the amounts of $100

and $75 gift cards are given to the 4 winners. Two adult and two youth.

Event is free and open to the public. Food and non alcoholic beverages

are allowed in the sitting area during this event only. You can bring your

own food and order from many of the surrounding food places. All ages.

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