The Texas Renaissance Festival features the nation’s largest, most acclaimed Renaissance themed park. Each year, over 500,000 guests pass through the Festival’s gates and enter the magic of New Market Village, an authentically recreated 55 acre 16th century English township located 50 miles northwest of Houston, Texas.
After suffering from two consecutive mass floods two years in a row, Mercer Botanic Gardens is seeking to rebuild on higher land to try to avoid a future catastrophe. The Mercer Society, the nonprofit arm of the park, is seeking to raise funds to obtain 24 additional acres of adjacent property to rebuild the botanic gardens on higher ground. The gardens obtained two tracts of 10 acres of adjacent land located south of the gardens in November 2016 for nearly $800,000, following the Tax Day floods. During Harvey, the gardens were completely flooded with up to eight feet of wate
A full afternoon packed with true Americana. Scheduled to perform are Border Town Ramblers, Pine Island Station, The Lone Mountain Band, and more. Bring your instrument and join in the Shade Tree Jam in front of Granny's Korner. There's food, a kids zone, vendors and more!
For decades, the Oil Ranch Pumpkin Patch & Scarecrow Festival have been a part of Houston families' Fall traditions. All ages enjoy the fall festivities: piles of pumpkins, hay rides, 85+ scarecrows. Regular ranch activities are open during the festival and included at no extra charge. Kids under the age of 2 are free. Free pumpkin for each paid child's admission. Through October.
Source: Tomball Chamber of Commerce