The City of Tomball scored big at the recent conference of the Texas Festivals & Events Associate held in Fort Worth. More than 500 entries were submitted from festivals and events across the state for consideration as the “Best” in Texas. In the end the City of Tomball’s marketing team walked away with thirteen gold, seven silver and six bronze awards. Great job Tomball!
Mike and Becky Clark opened Maple Creek Bed & Breakfast to the public in mid-July, attracting reservations from guests as far as England, Portugal, South Africa and Germany. Maple Creek can be rented by the room or the house and is located a short drive from the Texas Renaissance Festival.
Come see a Texas favorite on July 19, at Main Street Crossing in Tomball. A vital member of the Austin music scene for the past decade, singer and songwriter Charlie Robison released his critically acclaimed, independent debut in 1995. Sony Music noticed, signing Robison and the rest is history! 6p.m.-11:30p.m.
Zeke Ramirez and Judy Bergin opened Mustard Seed Kitchen at 214 W. Main St., Tomball, in the former location of The Lunch Ladies Cafe and Catering. The eatery offers a bistro-like menu from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Menu items include housemade soups, sandwiches, panini, pasta, and quiche as well as a children’s menu.