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October 3-9, 2007
★ 11TH ANNUAL Art on
the Avenue: Saturday
November 10th, 6-
10pm doors open at 3pm, Art on
the Avenue is an evening celebra-
tion and silent auction of the
works of artists with a connection
to the historic Washington Avenue
and Near Northside neighbor-
hoods located north and north-
west of Houston's Downtown. Art
on the Avenue benefits Avenue
CDC's affordable housing pro-
grams.Located at 2101 Winter St.,
Celebration of Life
20th starting at Sam. Certified 10K,
5K runs, 5K walk, and 1K kid's
event. There is no other program
like this, for all money raised here
stays here in Galveston County
and is used to fund the D'Feet
Breast Cancer, Inc. free screening
mammography and follow-up care
program for Galveston County
women who qualify, www.dfeet-
Saturday October 6th.
12-6pm. Live music, food, craft fair
and much more. Come check us
out by Galveston Bay and El
Jardin. Call 281-291-8262 for more
37 TH ANNUAL
October 27, 11-4pm. Bring your
entire family, friends, cousins and
neighborhood bunch to 17202
Butte Creek, Ponderosa
Elementary. We look forward to
seeing you there1
11 f I I } 3rd Annual Cy-fest!
October 13, 10-2pm.
0 0 0 Cy-Fest will be held at
the Cy-Fair College Barker Cypress
Campus, 9191 Barker Cypress,
77433. A day of free food, festivi-
ties and family fun!
YOU DON'T need a
treasure map to find
great treasures in
Huntsville! Just stroll the down-
town streets at the 33rd Annual
Fair on the Square! Saturday
October 6th taking place on
Huntsville's historic downtown
square from 9:00~5:00pm.
Whether looking for special trin-
kets and treasures or to simply
enjoy the festival atmosphere, the
fair on the square has plenty to
make the one hour drive from
Scarecrow Festivals 2007: October
13-14, Saturday, 10am-6pm,
Sunday, 12pm-5pm, There are no
admission fees. There is a $5.00
parking fee. The parking lot is
located on FM 1155 a short dis-
tance north of the intersection of
Hwy. 290 and FM 1155. The
Festivals boasts more than 250
juried exhibitors , delicious coun-
try-style food, live entertainment
and music, and tours of the his-
toric community, A special
Children's Activity Corner pro-
vides pony rides, a petting zoo,
face painting, barrel train and
more. A special Wildflower Photo
exhibit will be on display at the
Chappell Hill Museum Exhibit
Gallery during April and May. The
Bluebonnet Festival was declared
the "Official Bluebonnet Festival of
Texas" by the Texas Legislature
and was voted #7 as Most Popular
Festival in Texas by Texas
Highways. Admission is free to the
festival and museum. Convenient
parking for cars, buses and handi-
capped persons is available.
Baptist: Family Fall
§f Festival. October
27,5:30pm-8:30pm. 5801 FM 1960 E
Humble, 77346. Games, Food,
Candy, Hayrides, Balloon Animals,
Face Painting and lots of Fun! It's
Free and all ages are welcome. No
scary costumes, please. We will
also have a silent auction & all
proceeds will help support
fWi LUTHERAN Church
Fall Festival! 7927 E,
FM 1960, Humble, TX 77346,
October 13th, 10:00am-4:00pm. in
addition to the vendor booths, the
festival features a free kid zone,
booths for local non-profit organi-
zations, a bake sale, a raffle booth
and live music. Visit www.aluther-
anchurch.org for additional infor-
mation or call (281)852-7333. The
church is located at 7927 FM 1960
East at the corner of PinehurstTrail
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W V W FaM Fest & Craft
# # • Show: Saturday
October 20th. Festival 9-2pm, Craft
Show 9-4pm, Costume Contest
11am & 1pm. Crafts, food, fun,
face painting and much much
more! 16000 Rippling Water Dr.,
★ BETHLEHEM VILLAGE
Live Nativity, 2007.
December 14-15, 7-
9pm. Bellaire United Methodist
Church, 4417 Bellaire Bivd, 77401.
Come journey with Bellaire UMC
as we turn our church campus into
a Bethlehem community and cele-
brate the miracle of Christmas.
Imagine a dark sky, a carpenter's
house busy with noise, an inn, a
stable, along with many shep-
herds, angels, and of course Mary,
Joseph and the baby Jesus!
Tons to choose! All
sizes, styles, vintage.
Great Halloween costumes, etc.
Pasadena Boulevard/ Strawberry
area. $1/each. (281)217-0248,
CELEBRATE THE American Spirit
at The 27th annual Katy Rice
Harvest Festival Saturday and
Sunday October 13-14th in
Historic Downtown Katy. Fun for
The whole family, continuous live
entertainment on three stages,
over 300 craft and food booths,
carnival. CNC, The Grateful
Geezers, Aces over eight's,The Fab
5, Luther and The Healers, Barry
Sea Paradox, Spitfyre, Bayou Roux
and Rotel andThe HotTomatoes as
Well as many other Hit Performers
will be appearing on the Katy
Stage, The Festival is sponsored
by The Katy Chamber of
Commerce. Come join us for a
great family experience. Free park-
ing at Katy High Scool, with free
shuttles. The festival. For more
information call 281.391.5289.
i&u christmas in
< s $0* Historic
" r Montgomery
December 7-9. Christmas event
with annual homes tour and cook-
ie walk. Other activities include
breakfast with Santa, parade, kid's
day, arts & crafts and more! City of
Montgomery at (936)597-6434; or
om. Homes Tour admission:
Adults, $10. Students, $3.
W.O.W. CRAFT Show
and Pumpkin Patch,
United Methodist Church, October
13th, 9:00am- 4:00pm, 20155
Cypresswood Drive (290/ Mason
Road, Fairfield Subdivision).
Homemade crafts, candles, home
decor, plants, toys, silent auction,
bake sale. Admission $1.00.
• ••FALL BAZAAR:
| f \J % f October 6, 11-7pm,
0 0 0 Admission is Free!
Festivities include arts and crafts
booths, live music, food, and
more. Located in St. Andrew's
parking lot at West 19th and Yale
Streets in Houston Heights
a a ah Fall Fest: Lamb of God
7QQ7 Lutheran Church and
Affm School. October 27,
4pm-7pm. 1400 FM 1960 E.
Bypass, 77338. Noah's Arc
themed event come dressed to
impress in your best animal cos-
tume. Enjoy costume contest,
game booths, fall photo area,
moon walk, hay ride, food, trick or
treating, silent auction and more!
Rain or shine! 281-446-8427
FALL FESTIVAL from
ffv)| 3-6pm on Saturday,
October 20, 20073900
Baker Drive, 77539. Games, prizes
and refreshments. Come join us
for a day of fun and fellowship.
Fall Festival Saturday
October 27, 2pm-6pm,
Houston First Church
of God 14400 Northwest Freeway,
77040, All kinds of games and
activities to do. All activities are
free and open to all families!
10/19-20, 7pm- 10pm,
and 10am- 11pm. We
are excited to host our 12th annu-
al Fall Festival open to the commu-
nity in the Greenspoint Mall. We
will have a live concert, praise and
worship and lots of fun! Festival
De Otono: Viernes 19 de Octubre
7pm-11pm, Sabado 20 de Octubre
10am-11pm. Estamos celebrando
nuestro 12 Annual Festival De
Otono, Abierto para la comunidad
en el Greenspoint Mall.Tendremos
conciertos en vivo, comida, jue-
gas, premios y mucho. Les esper-
amos a toda la familia. Para mas
information (281) 591-6716.
FALL FROLIC: Riata
October 27th, 10:00-
2:00pm. Riata Ranch will be host-
ing Fall events. Inlcudes a pump-
kin patch, numerous business and
craft vendors, petting zoo,
Halloween games, petting zoo,
and more. Come try the great
BBQ! 10600 Riata Ranch Blvd.
Methodist of Liberty
Fall Festival: October
27-28. Saturday 9-4pm, Sunday 12-
2pm. 539 Main Street, 77575
Admission is free! $10 for fish fry!
Free climbing wall and moonwalks
for kids, holiday costume contest
at 11am, many arts and crafts!
gjlHfl FOUNTAIN OF Faith
\ r»\A Ay Baptist Church is hav-
ing a Tent Gospel Fair
Ministry that will be held at
College Park Baptist Church.There
will be free games, food, music,
mime, moonwalk, face-painting &
other activities. Please come out &
join us. Free! 10/13/07, 1pm-5pm.
College Park Baptist Church. 7887
Beechnut St., 77074.
★ GREEK FESTIVAL!
3511 Yoakum. October
4-7, 5:00pm- 7:00pm,
The Original Greek Festival- now
in its 41st year returns with won-
derful Greek food, dancing, shop-
ping, special events and presenta-
tions. Adults, $5. Kids under 12 are
free. Web site: greekfestival.org
KIDS K A R NIVAL:
October 31st, 5:30pm-
Trace Baptist Church, 16755
Southwest Freeway, 77479.
Admission $3. Fun, food, games
and prizes! Join us for a great
remm 11 TRUNK 0R Treat! St-
\ L>\*\ jT Andrew Lutheran
r Church, October 31,
6pm-7:30pm. 1353 Witte Rd,
77055. Stop by and check out this
alternative to traditional trick-or-
treat! Free Admission!
October 27, 3-8pm,
Admission free to members or $10
per person, ages 3 and up, 4501
Woodway, 77024. Carnival tickets
sold separately. Bring your family
for a night of fun, educational
activities at the Houston
Arboretum & Nature Center!
Houston: George R.
Brown Convention Center Nov. 1-
4, 2007 Houston, Texas Oct. 31,
Preview Night: 5-7pm. (IQA mem-
bers & class enroliees only); 7-10
pm. General public Nov. 1-3, 10
am- 7pm. Nov. 4th, 11am- 5pm.
$10 regular/ $8 seniors & student/
children 10 & under are free. $10
Preview Night ticket allows one
free additional day. Four-Day pass,
$35 includes Preview Night.
High School Fall
Festival! 42202 FM
1774, Magnolia. November 17th,
10:00am- 5:00pm. 1st Annua!
Athletic Booster Club Fall Festival
and Craft Fair. Dunking booth,
moonwalk, health fair, craft fair,
baseball "clock your pitch," water
slides, pony rides, bingo, BBQ and
Sheldon Lake State
Park: 15315 Beaumont Highway.
October 27, 7:00-9:00pm. Join us
for a family Halloween event, the
natural way, with "Creatures of the
Night Nature Walk", "Skins and
Skulls" exhibit, "Fear Factor Table",
"Myths and Legends" campfire
and more! Recommended ages: 5-
14 yrs, $3 per child, adults free.
NEW LIFE Lutheran
Church Annual Bazaar
& BBQ! 3521 East
Orange, Pearland. October 5-6,
10:00am to 5:00pm. October 7th,
12-5:00pm. Indoor & outdoor craft
booths, raffle & hourly door prizes.
Best barbecue beef, chicken and
sausage around, and home baked
desserts. Activities and moonwalk
for the children, games and plenty
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NUCRACKER MARKET: November
8-11. Thursday 10-8pm, Friday 10-
8pm, Saturday 10-6pm, Sunday
10-6pm. Admission $11 at Reliant
Center. Nutcracker Market a holi-
day shopping wonderland! All
proceeds benefit Houston Ballet
Foundation. Swing by for great
Holiday gifts and ideas.
Pumpkin Patch Nature
4pm. Admission is free!The pump-
kin patch includes hundreds of
pumpkins for sale, plus horse-
drawn wagon rides around the
neighborhood, food booths,
moonwalk and inflatable obstacle
course, games, tombstone paint-
ing, and more. Admission is free;
food, games, and activities require
tickets, which can be purchased
a a PUMPKIN PATCH,
7QQ | Ashford United
J WW m Methodist Church.
2201 S Dairy Ashford, 77077.
October 14-31. 9am- 7pm,
Monday- Saturday; Sunday, 12-
7pm. Free admission. Great place
to bring the kids! Come paint the
pumpkins, take pictures, more!
3RD ANNUAL Fall
Festival and Pitbull
Show, A festival to
bring people in the community
together to enjoy a day filled with
family, fun, and entertainment.
Live artists will perform and ven-
dors will be there to showcase
their products. Saturday October
20, 10:00-6:00pm Tamina Park
19500 Main St., 77396.
f*, m A Shopper's Heaven
7007 on Earth!The Foundry
Aww I United Methodist
Church will host over 100 vendors
at its annual Judy Dierker Craft
Classic on Saturday, October 20,
2007, 9am-4pm The Foundry UMC
8350 Jones Road, 77065
FALL FESIVAL: First United
Methodist Church Pasadena.
October 20, 10-4pm, Admission is
free! 1062 Fairmonth Parkway,
77504. The festivities will include:
Shopping vendors, barbeque, fun-
nel cake, auctions, carnival, live
music, pumpkin patch and much
VIA COLORI At Sam
Houston Park/ Allen
Parkway and Bagby.
November 17th through 18th.
Saturday 10-6pm, Sunday 10-5pm.
Via Colori is a street painting festi-
val benefiting the Center for
Hearing and Speech, showcasing
more than 175 artists painting
masterpieces directly on the
street. (713) 523-3633 for more
5th Annual Holiday
Market presented by
Wildwood : 8911 FM
1488, Magnolia. October 6,
9:00am-3pm, A day of crafts, arts,
food and fun presented by
Wildwood United Methodist
Church. All proceeds benefit local
missions. Location at Wildwood,
8911 FM 1488, Magnolia, next to
Bear Branch Elementary.
20-21, 11am- 7pm.
Houston City Hall
Reflection Pond. Free admission!
Texasia is Houston's newest cele-
bration of its international treasure
trove from Deep in the Heart of
Asian Art. Come on out, experi-
ence all of Asia in Houston!
a a a mm HERITAGE
2007 SCARITAGE Festival:
mkWW ■ Republic of Texas
Plaza, 5117 N. Main, Baytown
October 27, 10:00am- 5:00pm. Arts
& crafts & food booths; pumpkin
decorating; face painting; Indian
teepee; reenactment camp; vin-
tage baseball game; visit authentic
1896 one-room school & 1910
farmhouse. Free admission. For
more info please call 281-421-2099
f" f~) fl h Alternative to
„■ | Halloween:October
0 0 0 31, 6pm-9pm.
Gateway Baptist Church 2930
Rayford Road, 77386 , Bags of
candy, inflatables- Super Slide, 3
in 1, aloha hut, ball pit, kids bowi-
ng, speed soccer, iron man give
aways, raffle items games, cake
walk, coke bottle toss, treasure
dig, tic-tac-to, plinko, basketball
shoot, penny splash, bean the
a a ah "VITAME VAS!" That's
fl | Czech for "We wel-
MWWM come you!" And
members of Crosby's Sacred
Heart Church are busy preparing
to welcome the many visitors who
return to Crosby each year for the
Czech Festival. Scheduled for
Sunday, Oct. 7, at the Crosby
Fairgrounds, the 67th Annual
Czech Festival continues the tradi-
tion of celebrating Crosby's Czech
heritage. Visitors looking for a
taste of Czech culture can enjoy
kolaches, strudels, and other
homemade pastries. Barbecue
and sausage dinners will be
served beginning at 11am. In
addition to a sampling of Czech
music and dancers, there will be
entertainment provided by various
ocal talents. A giant auction fea-
turing handmade quilts and more
begins at 1pm, There will also be
bingo, arts & crafts, and booths &
games for all ages throughout the
day. There is no admission fee.
Parking is free at the fairgrounds'
parking lot on Church Street, and
handicap parking is available.
Advertise your seasonal items, craft show,
festival, bazaar, seasonal services and more
in our Holiday Handicrafts section.
Place your ad in all area papers for
I week for only $ 10. Your ad will include
up to 20 words and a seasonal
Call the Classified Department
for more information (713)171-3600
Business 713-371 -3500 Personal 713-371 -3600
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