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Texas Wildlife Rehabilitation 713-941-8972
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We have a Yahoo Group for Villages of Cypress Lakes Neighborhoods.
Everyone is invited to join. Great way for us to all stay informed on day-today
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This is a beautiful community. In helping to keep it that way, it would be
great to remind people that they should clean up after their pets. It is great
for people to have pets and love their pets, but being a good neighbor is also
important. We can’t tell you how bad it feels to put work and money into your
yard so that you and your family can enjoy it and play in it... but then you find
that other people have left disgusting feces on your yard - for you to find and
clean up! It is simply not fair. Please be courteous and clean up after your pets!
Home Improvement – ACC Application
The Architectural Control Committee would like to remind you that
approval is needed before you begin an exterior project or change to your
home. This includes exterior painting, new roofs, fences, pools, basketball
goals, etc. With your completed ACC form, please note what is needed for
your type of improvement such as, photos, paint samples, solar screen
samples, drawings, brochure, lot survey and your signature. If these
items are not submitted with your application, your request is denied and
returned to you for completion. Please read the application carefully.
• A lot survey is an architectural drawing of your property showing your home,
easements and building lines. A copy usually comes with your closing papers.
• Please show on the survey in a distinguishable color, other than black ink,
the location of your project. • Faxed pictures come across as a solid black
picture, so please mail or email pictures. Faxed pictures cannot be used. You
will be notified by letter after the ACC committee has made a decision.
They have at least 30 days to review and respond to your application.
You will find an ACC form at www.crest-management.com or you may
contact Crest Management at 281-579-0761 for more details.
Teenage Job Seekers
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your name, birthdate (mo. & yr.), phone number, year you will graduate
and the name of your newsletter/subdivision. Check the list of jobs you
want on your form. Please make sure your email is correct, we send
emails in the summer to make sure all the info is still good and that you
want to stay on the list. If we do not hear back from you after 3 tries, we
will remove you from the list until we do. Must have parent(s) permission.
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those listed. This is just a list of teenagers from the subdivision who wish to find part time jobs.
Responsibility for any work done by these teenagers is between those seeking helpers and the teens
and their parents.
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November 5th: Professional Day
November 25th-29th: Thanksgiving Holiday
NUTRITION SERVICES UTILIZE
HS GREENHOUSES FOR GARDEN-FRESH PRODUCE
The CFISD nutrition services department is responsible for feeding
approximately 80,000 students every day and with that responsibility comes
a continual demand for large quantities of food. In an effort to enhance the
supply of fresh produce, the nutrition services team devised a plan to source
it locally via high school greenhouses.
The team brought the plan to district partners Slow Food USA and the Whole
Kids Foundation, who noted that CFISD serves a large amount of romaine
lettuce in its cafeterias. Their recommendation was for the district to grow
its own lettuce using a hydroponic system-a soilless growing method using
a specific combination of nutrients to help plants grow only using water.
Knowing that the Cypress Woods High School greenhouse had available
space and the proper equipment, Emmy Durand, coordinator of nutrition
education, put the plan into action. She contacted Kyle Atkins, Cypress
Woods agriculture science teacher, about preparing the greenhouse for a
hydroponic test grow.
Growing produce using hydroponics is different than growing produce
in soil. First, seeds are planted in water-absorbent “plugs” that then go
into a nursery until the seeds germinate. After germination, the plugs are
moved into the greenhouse where they are placed in gutters that constantly
have water running underneath them. The water, which contains nutrients
conductive to plant growth, allows the produce to grow to full size in the
gutters. After a year of growing romaine lettuce at Cypress Woods, Durand
and her team expanded the program to Cypress Springs High School to help
utilize their greenhouse. In addition to growing romaine lettuce, Cypress
Woods and Cypress Springs will grow other leafy greens, including basil
and butter lettuce during the 2019-2020 school year. All produce grown
in the greenhouses will be taken to the CFISD food production center to
be washed and then returned to school cafeterias in place of traditionally
grown lettuce. For more information about CFISD nutrition services, visit
its page on the CFISD website.
NAC PROGRAM WINS PRESTIGIOUS GOLDIN
Cypress-Fairbanks ISD was recently selected as a recipient for the Goldin
Foundation for Excellence in Education Exemplary Projects Award,
which recognizes and rewards individuals or teams of educators who have
made notable contributions in their respective classrooms, schools and
communities. The district was honored for its New Arrival Center (NAC)
program, a one-year innovative approach for students who have been in a
U.S. school for six months or less and who speak limited to no English. The
NAC program, which currently serves 404 students in 13 CFISD schools,
is designed to motivate participating students and advance the acquisition
of the English language through the accelerated learning model. Harriet
Goldin, the foundation’s president, visited CFISD on March 19 th to see the
NAC program in action at multiple levels. She conducted site visits at Cy-
Fair High School, Arnold Middle School and Lieder Elementary School,
completing the district’s submission process that included a written entry and
conference call. While the goal of the program is to increase each student’s
language proficiency by one level, results have indicated that approximately
50 percent of students increase two or more language proficiency levels after
participating in the NAC program for one year. Additionally, the high school
completion rate for NAC alumni greatly exceeds the 60-percent statewide
rate for students from comparable backgrounds. The NAC program serves
as a model sought out by districts nationwide and has been featured on
the local news station, Univisión, as well as the Houston Chronicle and
Community Impact newspapers. In addition, the program and other award
recipients were shared on the foundation’s website so other schools and
organizations have the opportunity to replicate the notable initiatives.
22 CFISD NATIONAL MERIT SEMIFINALISTS
A total of 22 CFISD seniors representing nine high schools were confirmed
as semifinalists in the 65th annual National Merit Scholarship Program,
officials announced on September 11 th , giving the talented students an
opportunity to continue in the competition for approximately 7,600 National
Merit Scholarships worth more than $31 million to be offered next spring.
The following students have been National Merit semifinalists:
Bridgeland: Joshua Fang
Cy-Fair: Thanh-Nhu Bui, Evelyn Pan, Roshan Rajan
Cypress Creek: Hasan Abbasi
Cypress Falls: Jacob Siboyeh
Cypress Ridge: Neel Narayan
Cypress Ranch: Donald McAfoose, Michael Zhou
Cypress Woods: Govind Chada, Sritha Cheemerla, Steven Cheng, David
Chu, Walker Drury, Allison Hinaman, Brian Janger, Alexandra Pugh,
Mariam William, Angela Zhong
Jersey Village: Jane Nguyen
Langham Creek: Alia Nathani, Chloe Tang
The 22 semifinalists are among the 16,000 throughout the U.S. selected
by officials of the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. They placed
among the 1 percent of about 1.5 million students who entered the Merit
Program by taking the Preliminary SAT/National Merit School Qualifying
Test (PSAT/NMSQT) during their junior year. To be considered for a merit
scholarship award, semifinalists must fulfill several requirements to advance
to the finalist level of competition, which include a detailed application,
essay and endorsement by a high school official. More than 90 percent
of semifinalists are expected to attain finalist standing, with roughly half
winning a National Merit Scholarship. Qualifying students will be notified
of their final designations in February, with National Merit Scholarship
winners announced beginning in April and concluding in July.
PEER ASSISTANCE LEADERSHIP (PALS) COURSES
Hundreds of CFISD students spent September 30 th at the Berry Center
for annual training in Peer Assistance Leadership (PALs) courses. More
than 600 students attended the required training, which included breakout
sessions with CFISD’s guidance and counseling, psychological services and
community programs departments, networked with other students from all
12 high schools and heard talks from former Cypress Springs High School
PALs adviser Hal Bowman and recording artist Austin Lanier. Students also
participated in multiple team building activities.
PALs courses are available for juniors and seniors who qualify through
an application process. Like the name states, PALs are student mentors
to elementary and middle school students, with duties determined by the
needs of each campus. Some duties include serving as tutors, playing
games, working on social and speaking skills, helping boost self-esteem
and promoting a healthy lifestyle.
PALs began in 1980 as a “peer-helping” program, growing from an informal
extracurricular activity within a school district into a structured, curriculumbased
program adopted as an accredited elective course.
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THE CYPRESS RANCH HIGH SCHOOL CHOIRS
PRESENT “CANDLES & CAROLS”
The Cypress Ranch Choirs will will perform their Winter Concert, “Candles
& Carols,” Monday, December 9 th at 7 PM in the Cypress Ranch High
School Auditorium. Join us for hot chocolate, cookies and holiday cheer!
For more information, please check the Cypress Ranch Choir website
www.ranchchoir.com or follow us on Instagram @cyranchchoir.
CY RANCH HS EQUESTRIAN RIDER EARNS
Cypress Ranch High School senior Samantha Reynoso is gaining national
attention for her latest accomplishments as an award-winning equestrian
rider. Reynoso started riding horses when she was 8 years old and has
been collecting accolades ever since. She finished the 2018 riding season
as the Zone 7 champion of the United States Hunter Jumper Association
(USHJA), which consists of riders from Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma,
Missouri, Arkansas and Kansas. This past summer, Reynoso competed
in the USHJA Combined Zone 7 and Zone 8 Championship in Santa
Fe, N.M., where she earned a team gold medal as well as an individual
bronze medal. Reynoso was the only jumper to receive two medals in
Her performance at the USHJA Combined Championship qualified
Reynoso to compete in the USHJA National Finals being held November
11 th -17 th in Las Vegas, Nev. and attend one of USHJA’s Gold Star Clinics,
which is exclusively for USHJA gold star emerging jumpers.
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During the first day of school, August 26 th , Reynoso learned that she is one
of 16 riders from across the country to be selected for USHJA’s Emerging
Athlete Program, a program for professional and non-professional riders
under the age of 25. Selection for the program includes not only the
rider’s talent, but their knowledge of all phases of horsemanship.
Reynoso trains three to four hours six days a week, all while taking
advanced level courses and retaining a 4.0 GPA. As she enters her senior
year, Reynoso hopes to attend Texas A&M University or Baylor University
to continue her equestrian career. If not selected for a college-level team,
Reynoso would still like to continue riding as a student trainer.
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2 ND , 9 AM-3 PM
Faith West Fine Arts Department invites you to its first annual Holiday
Arts & Crafts Fair. Our hope is to raise money for our Band and Fine
Arts Program at Faith West Academy and give our local artists a way to
showcase their arts and crafts. We are hoping with your help and the help
from our community, we will be able to create a wonderful fair! Faith
West Academy is located at 2225 Porter Road, Katy, TX 77493.
5TH ANNUAL MISTLETOE MARKET
The St Faustina Women of Mercy cordially invite you to the 5 th annual
Mistletoe Market, to be held Saturday, November 2, 2019 from 9 AM to
4 PM. It will be held at the Westlake Prep Lutheran Academy at 23300
Bellaire Blvd., Richmond TX. (Please do not call the school about booths
or questions.) Home decor, jewelry, gifts, clothing and much more. There
will be door prizes, a silent auction and of course a visit from Santa.
Contact Lisa at MistletoeMarketWOM@gmail.com for details.
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4309 Young Street, Pasadena TX 77504
Friday: 11 AM-4 PM • Saturday: 10 AM-4 PM • Sunday: 12-4 PM
Bakery with homemade bread and Christmas cookies, Norwegian store
filled with Scandinavian foods. Cafeteria with “open faced sandwiches,”
waffles and cram cakes. A unique shop with Scandinavian Christmas items
such as linens, knitwear and Norwegian “nisser” Handmade decorations,
Scandinavian Folk Dance, silent auction and great raffle prizes.
HEARTWARMING CHRISTMAS CRAFT SHOW
NOVEMBER 9 TH , 9 AM-4 PM
Holy Covenant UMC of Katy, 22111 Morton Ranch Rd, Katy, TX 77449
Come celebrate 30 years of the Heartwarming Christmas Craft Show. Come
check out our vendors and get a great start on your Christmas shopping! While
you browse make sure to grab lunch from our Sandwich Shoppe, add your bid to
an awesome Silent Auction item and don’t forget to get your Free Santa Photos!
We can’t wait to celebrate the season with you! Free Parking and Admission.
HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS
CHRISTMAS GIFT MARKET
Katy Merrell Center: Come shop with over 175 vendors in 2 buildings.
Check everyone off of your Christmas list with our vendors from all across
America featuring clothing boutiques, handcrafted jewelry, delectable
sweets, unique holiday gifts, home décor and more!
November 22 nd : 10 AM-8 PM
November 23 rd : 10 AM-6 PM
November 24 th : 11 AM-4 PM
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CY-FAIR NUTCRACKER MARKET & EXTRAVAGANZA
BERRY CENTER, NOVEMBER 23 RD , 10 AM-5 PM
8877 Barker Cypress, Cypress, TX 77433
Come do all your holiday shopping with over 150 vendors offering
everything from Women’s and Children’s Boutique Clothing, Handmade
and Fashion Jewelry, Home, Holiday and Garden Decor, Gourmet Food
Items and so Much More! Free Event!
CY-RIDGE FFA HOLIDAY MARKET
NOVEMBER 30 TH , 9 AM-5 PM AND DECEMBER 1 ST , 10 AM-4 PM
CyFair Exhibit Center, 11206 Telge Rd, Cypress, TX 77429
Bring the kids to have their picture taken with Santa and play games like
Chicken Bingo, Cake Walk and more. Lots of vendors with original and unique
items so you can find all those special gifts for the holidays. Don’t forget about
the silent auction and the raffle. You could walk away with an awesome prize.
BETHLEHEM MARKET LIVE -
A CHRISTMAS MARKET & FAMILY EVENT
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7TH, 10 AM-2 PM
Mission Bend United Methodist, 3710 Hwy 6 South, Houston 77082
Come do your Christmas gift shopping with our featured vendors! Camel
rides, live animals and games with prizes for the kids! Enjoy the food & drinks
and experience a Live Nativity as we enter the Christmas Season! CALL TO
VENDORS: If you are a vendor or crafts artist & would like to participate in
this event, contact Terri at finance@MBUMC.org for more information.
ST. CUTHBERT CHURCH 14TH ANNUAL
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2 ND , 3-5 PM
17020 West Road, Houston, 77095
The International Festival honors all of the different countries, heritages and
backgrounds represented in our very unique and diverse congregation. The
Festival includes food, entertainment, activities for children and so much more to
learn about our world. Admission is $1 per person or $5 per family with proceeds
going to Rise Against Hunger. On Sunday, after the 9 AM service, all are welcome
to participate in an outreach project, a meal-packaging event in conjunction with
Rise Against Hunger. Visit stcuthbert.org for more information. Come experience
the international world of St. Cuthbert and never leave your zip code!
KATY OLD FASHIONED CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL
DECEMBER 7 TH , 10 AM-5 PM
Historic Downtown Katy
Beer Garden, Food Trucks, vendors, Santa, Snow Park. Free family event.
For more info, www.katymarketday.com.
A NIGHT IN BETHLEHEM
Visit Bethlehem this season on Saturday, December 7 th & Sunday, December
8 th , 5-8 PM. This is a FREE event for the community! Messiah’s A Night in
Bethlehem is an outdoor, interactive event where individuals and families
are invited to stroll through Bethlehem at their own pace. Imagine what
life was like during this miraculous time in history as you visit the Spice
Merchant, the Produce Market, sample the wonderful treats at the Bakery
and taste the savory soup at the Soldier’s Tavern. Listen to the storyteller and
visit the shepherds & the Inn. Listen for the Kings arrival at the stable with
gifts for Jesus, as Mary & Joseph look on. Don’t miss this living, interactive
recreation of the original Christmas story. Join us for free activities for the
family including candle making, creating a clay pinch pot, sewing a coin bag
or playing Bethlehem dress-up. Sample the soldiers stew and enjoy cookies,
hot cider and coffee. Messiah A Lutheran Faith Community is a congregation
of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). Messiah is located at
11522 Telge Road, ½ mile north of Highway 290. For more information, 281-
890-3013 or www.messiahlc.org. All people are welcome at Messiah.
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Feast with the Beasts - November 1 st , 7-11 PM, Houston Zoo, 6200
Hermann Park Dr, Houston, TX 77030. Enjoy cuisine from Houston’s best
restaurants, beer and wine and a live concert performance! Learn more:
www.houstonzoo.org/events/feast-with-the-beasts. Ticket Prices: $119
General Admission, $109 General Admission for Zoo Members, $219
VIP. The event features spectacular animal experiences throughout the
evening and animal feedings sponsored by Comcast, so guests may watch
the animals dine as they get their own taste of Houston’s best cuisine.
Vintage Market Days - November 1 st -3 rd , 10 AM-5 PM, Waller County
Fairgrounds, Hempstead. Vintage Market Days is a place where friends
and family gather, treasures are found and memories are made! Vintage
market days is an upscale market featuring original art, antiques,
clothing, jewelry, handmade treasures, home decor, outdoor furnishings,
consumable yummys, seasonal plantings and a lot more!!
Jersey Village FFA Craft Show- November 2 nd (9 AM-5 PM) and 3 rd (10
AM-4 PM), CyFair Exhibit Center, 11206 Telge Rd, Cypress, TX 77429.
Dia de los Muertos in The Heights - November 2 nd , 12 PM, Montie Beach
Park. Free admission! Join us for a great day of music, dance, art, food
and vendors at Montie Beach Park. All proceeds from the festival go to
the Montie Beach Park Improvement Initiative.
Blessington Farms Pumpkin Patch and Fall Festival - Saturdays, November
2 nd and 9 th , 10 AM-5 PM. Blessington Farms, 510 Chisolm Trail, Simonton, TX
77476. Admission: $20 person which includes all activities all day. Seniors $15,
Camel, bird feeding, flower picking $3 ea. (enough for 2 people to participate).
Come enjoy the Pumpkin Patch and Fall Festivities. A great outing for the
entire family with many Fall activities that include hay rides, giant slides,
barrel train rides, pedal cars and hands-on animal encounters with chickens,
Baby Doll sheep, goats and MANY more. Check the website for updates and to
purchase tickets online www.blessingtonfarms.com.
Walk MS: Houston - November 3, 9 AM, The Grove, Moore’s School of
Music at the University Of Houston, 3333 Cullen, Houston, TX 77004.
Admission: $0, fundraising is encouraged. Walk MS brings together
passionate people who connect in communities nationwide and raise
funds to change the world for everyone affected by multiple sclerosis.
Each step you take is backed by a supportive community. Together, we
are stronger. Together, we will end MS forever. Each walk has a 1 and 3
mile route and all routes are fully accessible. There will be a kid zone with
fun activities for children and the route is stroller and wagon friendly.
Form a team and come walk with us to help end MS.
SugarPlum Market - November 7 th -9 th , Stafford Centre, 10505 Cash Rd,
Stafford, TX 77477. The Sugar Plum Market is the largest annual holiday
shopping extravaganza in Fort Bend County hosted by the Fort Bend
Junior Service League. With more than 100 fabulous vendors, Sugar
Plum Market patrons are able to experience a high end holiday shopping
experience while directly impacting local charities. For more info and
Night Market 2019 - November 8, 6 PM, Asia Society Texas Center, 1370
Southmore Blvd., Houston, TX 77004. Free Admission. Our annual Night
Market is bigger and better than ever! Enjoy after-hours access to two
new exhibitions, live music, a curated selection of food + home goods +
art + apparel from local artisans and a ticketed beer garden with special
culinary offerings. Free and open to the public!
Sweet Desserts Fest Fall Edition - November 8-9, A. D. Players at the George
Theater, 420 Westheimer Rd., Houston, TX 77056. For times and info call 832-
881-0882. $10 General Admission, $45 VIP. Did you miss the first Festival?
We’ve got you covered! Satisfy your Sweet Tooth at the 2nd Sweetest Event
of the Year! Indulge in a variety of Houston’s local treat makers and bakers.
Enjoy a Dessert Themed Experience with family and friends. Sample, Shop
Dessert Vendors and make memories at this sweet event!
Montgomery County Nutcracker Market - November 9 th , 10 AM-5 PM, The
Lone Star Convention & Expo Center, 9055 Airport Road, Conroe, TX 77303.
Call the girls and mark your calendar for the start of Holiday shopping
season! Come explore this upscale inspired indoor market with so many
unique local vendors offering unique funky junque, handmade and fashion
jewelry, art, antiques, women’s and children’s boutique clothing, home,
garden and holiday decor, gourmet food items and so much more.
Junk Hippy-Rosenburg - November 9 th , 9 AM-5 PM, Fort Bend County
Fair (4310 Hwy 36 S). Shop over 200 vendors with everything from vintage
furniture, antiques, retro + midcentury decor, handmade goods and
architectural salvage. Stay for lunch with your favorite local food trucks!
Tomball Depot Day - November 9 th , 11 AM-5 PM, The Depot Museum, 401
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Market St, Tomball, TX 77375. A National model railroad month event at The
Depot in Tomball! Three different model railroad displays in three different
scales. Entertainment, activities for the kids, festival foods and more!
Houston Filipino Street Festival - November 9, 12 PM, Constellation
Field, 1 Stadium Dr., Sugar Land, TX 77498. Admission: Presale: $12 -
Children 7 and below are free! A true celebration of Filipino culture,
heritage and spirit as a Filipino-American!
Martyn Farm Harvest Festival - November 9-10, 10 AM-4 PM, Armand
Bayou Nature Center, 8500 Bay Area Blvd, Pasadena, TX 77507. Admission:
$12 for nonmember adults; $8 for nonmember kids and seniors; $10 for
member adults; $5 for member kids and seniors. Old fashioned harvest fun,
children’s games & crafts, general store with homemade goodies, handmade
toys & gifts, quilting, weaving, & spinning, wagon rides, cowboy poet story
telling, music & dancers, woodcarving & woodworking, butter making &
homemade biscuits, pie-eating contest, cupcake walk, blacksmithing, food,
drinks & baked goods and raffle. Purchase tickets at the gate or reserve your
tickets online at www.abnc.org/martyn-farm-festival.
2019 Canstruction Houston - November 9-16, George R. Brown
Convention Center, 1001 Avenida De Las Americas, TX 77010. Admission free.
Canstruction® is a nationwide program that aims to raise awareness about
hunger. In Houston, Canstruction is self-organized as a creative design-build
competition and art display that benefits the Houston Food Bank through
donations of canned goods. www.canstruction-houston.com.
31 st Annual Tree Lighting at The Galleria - November 9, 12-6 PM, The
Galleria, 5085 Westheimer Road, Houston, TX 77056. Free Admission.
Gyth Rigdon, fan favorite runner-up from Season 16 of The Voice and
skaters, including Karina Sinding Johnson, Erin Reed, Joe Gorecki,
Cheyne Coppage and Katie Uhlig are scheduled to perform.
2 nd Annual Blackwood Harvest Hoedown - November 9, 12-6 PM,
Blackwood Educational Land Institute, 27144 Rock Island Road, Hempstead,
TX 77445. Admission: $15 (16 and over), $5 (5-15), Free (4 & under). A fun,
immersive, family-friendly fall festival and farm experience celebrating the
bounty of our Gulf Coast region. Attendees will enjoy live music, a farmer’s
market full of local vendors, farmers and artisans, curated classes and
demonstrations ranging from fermentation and mixology to chicken and
beekeeping, hayrides, a pumpkin patch, delicious food and so much more!
The 14 th Annual International Risotto Festival - November 10, 2-6
PM, Houston Design Center, 7026 Old Katy Rd, Houston, TX 77024. Early
Bird tickets can be purchased online at www.risottofestival.com. The
exceptional outdoor strolling event returns with delicious Italian creations
from top Houston chefs, fantastic wines, music, entertainment, exotic
cars, a charity auction, designer showroom tours and lively activities for
kids. This year’s festival will benefit BEAR… BE A Resource for CPS Kids.
Houston Ballet Nutcracker Market - November 14 th -17 th , 1 NRG Park, Houston,
TX 77054. A one-stop shop featuring over 270 merchants, offering unique items
for everyone, including home décor, gourmet food, apparel, toys, men’s items,
novelties ornaments, accessories and more… just in time for your holiday
shopping! It is the best way to shop and give back during the holidays, as
proceeds from each admission and special event ticket that is purchased, plus
11% of all the merchandise bought, goes back to Houston Ballet Foundation.
See www.houstonballet.org/about/nutcracker-market for times and more info.
Spring Klein Nutcracker Market - November 15 th -16 th , 10 AM 5 PM, Spring
Klein Funky Junque Market, 7500 FM 2920, Spring, TX 77379. Come do all your
holiday shopping with over 120 vendors offering everything from Women’s and
Children’s Boutique Clothing, Handmade and Fashion Jewelry, Home, Holiday
and Garden Decor, Gourmet Food Items and so Much More! Free Event!
The ICE powered by Green Mountain Energy® - November 1 -February 2,
Discovery Green,1500 Mckinney Street, Houston, TX 77010. Free Admission.
Glide beneath the glittering lights of downtown Houston and embrace the
holiday cheer on The ICE powered by Green Mountain Energy! See times and
more at www.downtownhouston.org/calendar/ice-powered-green-mountainenergy/42555.
The ice rink may be closed or delayed at times due to weather
conditions. Call 713-434-RINK (7465) for updates and check discoverygreen.
com for closures and other delays. General admission: $11 admission. $4 skate
rental. Tickets can be purchased online at discoverygreen.eventbrite.com.
Flea by Night presented by Green Mountain Energy® - November
16, 6-8 PM, Discovery Green, 1500 Mckinney Street, Houston, TX 77010.
Free Admission. Treasure-hunt at this monthly, one-of-a-kind market.
The destination market features an array of artful kitsch, vintage items,
mid-century modern furniture, recycled and repurposed items and
collectibles and crafts by local artisans and designers.
Sugar Land Holiday Lights Sweetened by Imperial Sugar - November
22-January 5, 6 PM, Constellation Field, 1 Stadium Dr., Sugar Land, TX
77498. Admission: $15. Sugar Land Holiday Lights Sweetened by Imperial
Sugar will kick off your holiday season with over 3 million lights and a full
evening of entertainment. The carnival will feature thrilling rides, games
and traditional carnival food and beverages. Santa Claus will be on site
November 22 nd -December 23 rd for photo opportunities and meet and greets.
Houston Via Colori® Street Painting Festival - November 23-24, 10 AM-6
PM, Downtown City Hall, 901 Bagby St., Houston, TX 77002. Admission:
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Tickets: $7 (in advance) or $10 (On Site); VIP Lounge Tickets: $40. Via
Colori is the only festival of its kind in Houston! It features more than 240
local, national and international artists on the streets of downtown! Via
Colori includes three stages of live music, Via Bambini family zone, food
and beverage vendors over the two-day event! Each year, the Via Colori
Street Painting Festival raises more than $300,000 annually to fund health
and educational services for children with hearing loss in Houston.
5 th Annual Houston Exotic Auto Festival - November 24, 10 AM-6 PM, MSR
Houston, 1 Performance Drive, Angleton, TX 77515. Admission: $ 0-$ 80.
Houston’s ultimate show of private exotic automobiles, luxury dealerships,
high-end aftermarket and elite non-automotive brands, is now going viral
with The “FAST & FABULOUS” experience ON THE TRACK! Fabulous trophies
and prizes will be awarded to the best automobiles, SUVs, off-road and
motorcycles in Houston under various different categories.
2019 Theta Charity Antiques Show - November 23-24, 10 AM-6 PM,
George R. Brown Convention Center, 1001 Avenida De Las Americas,
TX 77010. Admission: $25. Bringing together top exhibitors, designers,
collectors and admirers of fine arts and décor from around the nation,
this year’s event will be the Theta Charity Antiques Show’s grand finale-a
celebration of the countless exhibitors, speakers, volunteers and patrons
who have made the Show possible for nearly 7 decades. An exciting lineup
of speakers is scheduled and proceeds support local charities.
32 nd Annual Uptown Holiday Lighting - November 28, 4-7 PM, Post Oak
Boulevard, Between San Felipe And Westheimer, Houston , TX 77056. Free
Admission. An iconic and time-honored Houston tradition, the familyfriendly
celebration will be reimagined with the lighting of over 300 all-new,
twenty-foot-tall holiday trees that will line Post Oak Boulevard from the
West Loop to Richmond Avenue. This family event will also feature festive
music, holiday concessions, holiday characters and a special appearance
from Santa, culminating with an exhilarating fireworks extravaganza.
Houston Turkey Trot 2019 - November 28, 7:30-10:30 AM, Dillard’s
Uptown Galleria, 4925 Westheimer, Houston, TX 77056. Admission:
10K Untimed - $30, 10K Timed - $35, 10K Untimed Seniors - $15 (For
participants age 70+ on race day), 5K Untimed - $30, 5K Timed - $35, 5K
Untimed Seniors - $15, Sleep-In Registration - $35 (Support the cause
and still sleep in). Bring the whole family. Register for the 5K, 10K and
Kids Run! If you can’t make it to the Uptown Galleria area, register for the
Virtual Trot! Register at HoustonTurkeyTrot.org/register.
Moody Gardens Presents Home for the Holidays Gift Market -
November 29 th (12-8 PM) and 30 th (12-6 PM), 7 Hope Blvd., Galveston,
TX 77554. General Admission - $6. Food and Wine Festival meets Gift
Market! Come sip and shop with all our great vendors! We will have local
restaurants and wineries sampling their food and wines while you shop.
We will be posting a separate admission ticket for our sip and shop!
HOW TO WINTERIZE A SPRINKLER SYSTEM
Winterizing a sprinkler system requires a homeowner to know the type of
system installed. Proper care and maintenance in the fall prevents heartache
over cracked pipes, ruined seals and broken valves in the spring. Damage to an
underground irrigation system is costly to fix and may require a large portion of
the yard to be dug out to locate the problem. Most systems have a built-in manual
or automatic drain valve that uses gravity to move water from the pipes. Yet the
thin tubing used in irrigation systems has a tendency to shift and sink over time.
This movement allows water to become pooled within the pipes. Any water left
behind has the potential to destroy the plastic and metal within the system as it
expands in freezing temperatures. Winterizing is fairly easy to learn and most doit-yourselfers
already own the necessary tools for the job. To completely remove
water from the system, a purge must be completed using compressed air. Follow
these steps to “blow out” an underground sprinkler system.
Step 1 - Shut Off the Water Supply: All underground sprinkler systems
have a main shut off point. For safety, it is usually located in a basement, a
crawlspace, or buried underground in a valve box. Valve boxes are buried up
to 5 feet underground and may require a long key to shut off. If the original
key cannot be located, contact the contractor that installed the system or
the manufacturer to obtain a replacement. The shut-off valve should turn
easily - do not force it. Simply turn the valve to the “off” position. If the
system operates with a pump, this will need to be drained, disconnected,
and stored indoors for the winter. If it is not a removable variety, wrap it in
insulated blanketing for the winter. This can be purchased at the hardware
store and is similar to insulation used for hot water heaters.
Step 2 - Purge the Backflow Device. Sprinkler heads in a lawn. Systems
that run from community water usually have one of two kinds of
backflow devices: an Atmospheric Vacuum Breaker (AVB) or a Pressure
Vacuum Breaker (PVB). Sometimes a PVB is also called a Reduced
Pressure Device. If the system is supplied with privately owned water,
check the installation plan. If no backflow device was installed, then the
homeowner can skip this step. AVBs are installed below each valve and
are purged with the system. PVBs should not be purged with compressed
air because the heat may cause them to soften and melt. After the system
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is purged, return to the PVB and rotate the ball valves and test cocks
back and forth several times. Then, leave them in a half-open position to
prevent moisture from building up on either side of the valves. Draining a
Reduced Pressure Device is much more complicated, and a homeowner
should refer to their manufacturers’ instructions to find the correct
procedure for their device.
Step 3 - Drain the System: Compressed air is a great way to ensure all
of the water is removed from the pipes and valves in the downstream,
a portion of the system. Both pressure and air volume must reach a
critical point to completely purge the system. A range of 40-80 pounds
per square inch (psi) is ideal, with 80 psi being the maximum for rigid
PVC tubing and 50 psi for a polyethylene pipe. To find the appropriate
volume, use this simple formula: gallons per minute (GPM) divided
by 7.5 equals the cubic feet per minute of compressed air necessary.
Most sprinkler systems are given a GPM rating per zone at the time of
installation. Since each system has a unique design, the GPM is marked
on the original design plan. If needed, this can also be calculated
based on the information provided in the manufacturer’s instructions
or on their website. Essentially, the zone GPM is calculated by adding
up the GPM for each nozzle within the zone. Find the GPM rating for
the different nozzle models on the manufacturers’ website. Use a
compressor providing the proper CFM of air within the correct psi range.
If a smaller compressor is used it will take much longer for a complete
purge and will overwork the compressor. An oversized compressor
can still be used as long as it is fitted with a regulator, without an air
pressure regulator the system will “blow out” too fast causing friction
as the hot air passes through dry pipes. This will result in melted pipes
and blown valves - a costly mistake. The backflow device must have
a blowout fitting downstream. If not, compressed air cannot be used
to purge the system, but one can be added any time after installation.
While a metal fitting for the air compressor line is not required, it will
reduce the amount of friction and heat passed into the system and will
prevent unnecessary damage to the system.
Attach the compressor line to the blowout valve. Be sure the isolation
ball cock downstream of the backflow device is closed. During this step,
you should wear eyewear protection. Any loose fittings or nozzles may
pop off unexpectedly and can cause injury. Turn on one or more of the
zones at the irrigation controller and set the compressor to the correct
psi and start it up.
Use two short cycles of compressed air to completely blow out each zone.
Once a zone is blown out do not run it through again. This will cause
undue heat to build up and may cause damage to the pipes underground
that will not be visible until the system is turned on in the spring.
Step 4 - Program the Controller - Four sprinkler heads in a row.
After disconnecting the air compressor, make sure to turn all valves on
the backflow prevention device to the half-open position for the winter.
Also, leave the controller plugged in since the small amount of heat it
gives off will prevent condensation from building up inside the device.
Program the controller to run at a minimum cycle once a week to keep
the solenoid plungers from becoming stuck in one position.
In the spring, remember to turn all the test cocks and ball valves to the
closed position again before pressurizing the system. When the water
supply is re-established, slowly reopen the ball valves to prevent damage.
BEAT THE HOLIDAY WEIGHT
Mashed potatoes, homemade apple pie, stuffing, hot dinner rolls with
melted butter, creamed corn, green bean casserole, salad with all the
fixins’ and of course the main dish - the BIRD. All of this equals at least
2,000+ calories. What is a holiday food enthusiast to do? Yes, you CAN
avoid the holiday weight gain! Here’s how:
• Drink H2O before you eat: chances are, you are thirsty before any and
every meal; drink a full glass of water to quench your thirst first, then
notice you will feel fuller.
• Rainbow plate: make sure your plate has color - fresh/not creamed
items, broiled or grilled vegetables, protein, carbohydrate and again,
• On the side: those side dishes - mashed potatoes, casseroles, stuffing,
dressing, etc. are SIDES not main dishes; make sure to keep these
• NO to salad dressing: hooray there is a salad! BUT - that tasty dressing
(ranch, thousand island, French, Russian, balsamic vinaigrette, etc.) will
reverse the purpose of the ruffage; instead, make your own dressing at
home and bring it with you or simply ask for olive oil, salt & pepper and
maybe a hint of lemon.
• Walk it off: finished eating? Go for a WALK; football can wait (yes, even
the college games), because your body deserves better.
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and Gardening Tips
Creamy Spicy Guacamole
You could make this on National Spicy Guacamole Day November 14th!
3 large avocados - peeled, pitted and diced
1 tomato, seeded and chopped
2 green onions, finely chopped
1/2 lime, juiced
1 tablespoon salsa or more to taste
1 clove garlic, minced
1 teaspoon sour cream
1 teaspoon white vinegar
1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1/4 teaspoon cumin
Salt and ground black pepper to taste
Mash avocado in a large bowl. Stir tomato, green onions, lime juice, salsa,
garlic, sour cream, vinegar, cayenne pepper and cumin with the mashed
avocado until evenly mixed; season with salt and black pepper. Cover bowl
with plastic wrap and refrigerate until the flavors blend, about 30 minutes.
Three Cranberry Relish
You could make this on National Cranberry Relish Day November 22nd!
1 pound cranberries
1 (12 fluid ounce) can frozen cranberry juice concentrate
1 1/2 cups sweetened-dried cranberries
1/4 cup orange juice
2/3 cup white sugar
1 tablespoon orange zest
Combine all ingredients in a 3-quart saucepan and cook over medium
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Gardening Tips For November
• Brown patch will continue to plague St. Augustine lawns as nights get cooler and humidity and rain continue. Discolored circles will appear in low
areas almost overnight. Apply a fungicide recommended for brown patch according to label directions. Avoid walking through brown-patched turf.
It spreads easily from the bottom of your shoes. If brown patch appears in the same lawn areas every year, add an inch or two of sandy topsoil to
eliminate those low spots.
• Fertilize St. Augustine turf with a winterizing formula to promote root growth over the winter months. Lower your lawn mover blades now and mow
on a schedule that cuts no more than one-third of the grass blade away.
• As chrysanthemums and other perennials finish blooming, cut flowering stalks to the ground to permit all strength to be used in making root growth.
• Feed roses lightly, but avoid nitrogen fertilizers. Do not prune now. Keep up spraying program and water deeply.
• Remove dead foliage and plant debris to help eradicate insects and disease organisms. Thin out and transfer volunteer seedlings. Beds made now
will benefit by weathering before being planted. If soil is heavy, dig six inches deep, leave rough, cover with gymsum and strawy manure, water and
allow to mellow.
• Bananas are more likely to bear fruit if the trunk does not die back in winter. Cut banana stalks back to six feet, wrap with newspaper and burlap.
• Continue mulching for winter. Build up a thick top mulch to protect roots from freezing and winter drying. Don’t throw away those pine tree needles;
they make great acidic mulch for azaleas, gardenias and next Spring’s impatiens.
• Place pansies in beds after weather has cooled. Use a little blood meat mixed in soil under each plant.
• Now is the best time to plant trees and shrubs.
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