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When: October 26, 2013

Time: 12 pm- 3 pm

Where: European Wax Center, 19310 W. Lake Houston Parkway at FM 1960, Humble


The Oakhurst at Kingwood Open House event this weekend will showcase both new and resale homes as well as beautiful decorated models and some of the latest designs by top Houston builders.

On Saturday, new homes will be open from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. and resale homes will be open from 1-4 p.m. A list of all participating homes will be located at the Oakhurst at Kingwood recreation center which is located just past the community’s main entrance.

Decorated models are open daily in Oakhurst at Kingwood, where new homes are offered by Trendmaker Homes, Coventry Homes, Village Builders, Triumph Homes, Lennar, Legend Homes, Princeton Classic Homes, Frontier Custom Builders and Highland Homes. New homes in Oakhurst at Kingwood are priced from the $160,000s to $1 million.


One of the largest grocery stores in the state of Texas, the new Kingwood Kroger Marketplace will prepare to open their doors to the community.

According to a press release about the grand opening, the community is invited to join the store manager Reggie Martin and senior executives for a ribbon-cutting ceremony and celebration at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 26.

Following the ceremony, the community is invited to participate in an exclusive meet and greet with NBC’s “The Voice” season four winner Danielle Bradbery at 12 p.m.


Lake Houston Area Tasting the Town Event

Tasting The Town is the Lake Houston Area’s premier food and beverage event. Join us for an evening of food and fun alongside the area’s most esteemed restaurateurs, caterers, musicians, wineries, breweries and food fanatics. The soiree starts at 5 pm at the Humble Civic Center.

2013 EVENT FEATURES

•    Food sampling from local eateries & caterers


The Arbor Day Foundation will brighten up your fall by offering five free crape myrtle trees when you join the Foundation in October.

The free trees are part of the nonprofit Arbor Day Foundation’s Trees for America campaign, a program dedicated to environmental stewardship through tree planting.

“Crape myrtles are especially beautiful in the fall and were selected for this campaign because of their elegant color and form,” said John Rosenow, founder and chief executive of the Arbor Day Foundation. “Crape myrtles make an attractive addition to the home landscape.”


Delight in the magical land of scarecrows and pumpkins during the 37th annual Scarecrow Festival, Oct. 12-13 in the quaint, historic town of Chappell Hill.

The Scarecrow Festival boasts more than 250 juried exhibitors offering home accents, holiday items, clothing, jewelry and so much more. Enjoy the live entertainment and music lining the streets of Chappell Hill.

Don’t miss the special Children’s Activity Corner which provides pony rides, a petting zoo, face painting, barrel train rides and more. You won’t go hungry either. Sample the many booths featuring delicious country-style food. It’s hearty and filling, perfect for an autumn day.


LSC-Kingwood celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Honoring the contributions of Hispanics in America are the basic goals of Lone Star College-Kingwood’s Hispanic Heritage Month Sept. 15-Oct. 15.

During the month-long celebration, the Intercultural Center, the Office of Student Life, and the library invite the community to various activities. One of the main events will be guest speaker Tony Diaz Oct. 14 at 7 p.m. in the Student-Conference Center (SCC).

He will discuss the book smuggling movement of banned books in one of Arizona’s public school systems called, “Librotraficantes.”


Get Fit Kingwood

The Kingwood Community Center is hosting a new adult fitness class!

Title: Get Fit Kingwood

Day: Mondays & Thursdays


HAAM hosts the 2013 Pillars of the Community

Residents from around the community will be recognized for their dedication and hard work at the fourth annual Humble Area Assistance Ministries’ Pillars of the Community: Celebrating Hands and Hearts of Lake Houston.

The event will be held Sept. 19 at 6 p.m. at the Kingwood Country Club where they will recognize veteran HAAM volunteers, the Kingwood Women’s Club and Bonnie Longnion.

Longnion will be honored for her service to the community as a longtime Humble Independent School District board of trustees. For the past 25 years, Longnion has served as a board member on the Humble ISD board of trustees.

It was through the board where Longnion had the opportunity to volunteer for numerous organizations in the community. Longnion retired from Lone Star College as an administrator and serves as a part-time adjunct instructor for the University of Houston Downtown.

The 2013 presenters are Philippe and Mieke Cras, Tony and Leslie Raffa and Larry and Cynthia Shiflet who were all recognized as Pillars of the Community at last year’s event.

This annual recognition event will also have silent auction items and door prize drawings.

For more information, call HAAM 281-446-1314 or visit www.haamministries.org.


The City of Humble Office of Emergency Management will be hosting C.E.R.T. training beginning Sept. 17 and ending Nov 5.

CERT stands for Community Emergency Response Team. CERT is about readiness, people helping people, rescuer safety, and the CERT mantra: Do the greatest good for the greatest number. CERT is a positive and realistic approach to emergency situations where citizens initially will be on their own and their actions can make a difference. Citizens can be trained to manage utilities and put out small fires; treat the three killers by opening airways, controlling bleeding, and treating for shock; provide basic medical aid; search for and rescue victims safely; and organize themselves and spontaneous volunteers to be effective.

Emergency responders are quickly over whelmed during an emergency. CERT will train the average citizen to take care of themselves, families and neighbors until help can arrive.


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