Houston area firework Displays

Fourth of July Firework Displays In & Around Houston

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Red, Hot, & Blue Festival and Fireworks Extravaganza – July 3 & 4 – The Woodlands

This 4th of July celebration boasts a weekend of activities throughout The Woodlands that kick off with a parade on Saturday, July 3 and strolling entertainment, live music, concessions and more on Sunday, July 4. Sunday evening concludes with fireworks.

2021 Baytown July 4th Celebration – July 3 & 4 – Baytown

Come out for two days of 4th of July fun in the city of Baytown. Saturday kicks off the festivities with an evening of live music. Sunday enjoy an Independence Day parade, more live music, a 4th of July ceremony, and a fireworks extravaganza.

Shell’s Freedom over Texas Live Broadcast – July 4 – Downtown Houston

Freedom Over Texas is presenting a modified July 4th celebration with performances by Jimmie Allen, the Houston Symphony, headliner Lee Brice, and other musical guests. The big finale includes a fireworks show by Reliant.

Tomball’s July 4th Celebration & Street Fest –July 4 – Tomball

Celebrate America’s independence at Tomball’s annual July 4th Celebration with an evening of fireworks, food, music, and more.

City of Nassau Bay 4th of July Celebration – July 4 – Clear Lake

Get ready to get wet, because a water war is the opening event of this 4th of July celebration! Other activities include a celebration in the park, a Veterans parade, and fireworks to wrap up the night.

Rosenberg’s Family 4th Celebration – July 4 – Rosenberg

Spend the evening celebrating your patriotism at the Family 4th Celebration in Rosenberg. The evening has live music, local food vendors, a kids’ zone, horse-drawn wagon rides through the Nature Park, and fireworks show to conclude the night.

Katy Freedom Celebration Fireworks – July 4 – Katy

The 4th of July fireworks display at Katy Mills Mall/Typhoon Texas is going forward this year! Note that the daytime Freedom Celebration at Katy Heritage Park will not take place in 2021 due to ongoing projects.

2021 Fulshear Freedom Fest – July 4 – Fulshear

Come out to the 2021 Fulshear Freedom Fest for an evening of live music from The SPAZMATICS, local food trucks, vendor booths, and a spectacular Independence Day fireworks show.

July 4 Fireworks + Concert at Kings Harbor – July 4 – Kingwood

Celebrate our country’s birthday with a live concert by Shotgun Road Band at 7 pm and, weather permitting, fireworks display off the pier at 9:30 pm.

Galveston Independence Day Fireworks & Parade – July 4 – Galveston

Galveston Island is celebrating Independence Day with its annual parade of floats, military vehicles, and performers, followed by a spectacular fireworks display over the gulf to conclude the evening.

Independence Day Fireworks Spectacular – July 4 – Memorial

Celebrate the 4th of July at CityCentre with an Independence Day bash featuring live music from Hybrid 7 and  15-minute fireworks spectacular.

Fourth of July Celebration at Kemah Boardwalk – July 4 – Kemah

Come enjoy a patriotic fireworks show over Galveston Bay and live music and entertainment on the Boardwalk to celebrate the 4th of July.

Celebration of Freedom in Pearland – July 4 – Pearland

Celebrate Independence Day with an evening of strolling entertainment, live music, food trucks, vendors, a Presentation of Colors, giveaways, and fireworks.

Deer Park 4th Fest – July 4 – Deer Park

Celebrate the 4th of July with an evening of outdoor attractions and games, live music, and an amazing fireworks display to cap off the night.

Pasadena’s Fireworks at the Fairgrounds – July 4 – Pasadena

Enjoy an evening of delicious food and amazing fireworks at Pasadena’s Fireworks at the Fairgrounds event.

Kingwood’s Annual July 4th Festival – July 4 – Kingwood

Join your neighbors, friends, and family for a 4th of July festival full of live music from several different local musicians and bands and lots of fireworks!

Friendswood’s 126th Annual July 4th Celebration – July 4 & 5 – Friendswood

Celebrate the 4th of July with activities on both Sunday AND Monday. On Sunday head to Centennial Park for food, live music, and a fireworks show. On Monday enjoy a parade, vendors, entertainment, and more at Stevenson Park.


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Out of the 86 CFISD campuses that received ratings, 32 earned an A, 44 earned a B, nine earned a C and one earned a D. ⁠

Elementary schools⁠: Middle schools: ⁠ High schools⁠:
  • Adam—80 (B)
  • Andre—82 (B)
  • Ault—86 (B)⁠
  • Bane—69 (D)
  • Bang—88 (B)
  • Birkes—93 (A)⁠
  • Black—93 (A)
  • Copeland—92 (A)
  • Danish—90 (A)⁠
  • Duryea—82 (B)
  • Emery—80 (B)
  • Emmott—75 (C)⁠
  • Farney—92 (A)
  • Fiest—83 (B)
  • Francone—72 (C)⁠
  • Frazier—78 (C)
  • Gleason—81 (B)
  • Hairgrove—92 (A)⁠
  • Hamilton—91 (A)
  • Hancock—83 (B)
  • Hemmenway—78 (C)⁠
  • Holbrook—89 (B)
  • Holmsley—80 (B)
  • Hoover—81 (B)⁠
  • Horne—81 (B)
  • Jowell—81(B)
  • Keith—91 (A)⁠
  • Kirk—80 (B)
  • Lamkin—85 (B)
  • Lee—88 (B)⁠
  • Lieder—82 (B)
  • Lowery—83 (B)
  • Matzke—76 (C)⁠
  • McFee—85 (B)
  • Metcalf—81 (B)
  • Millsap—85 (B)⁠
  • Moore—91 (A)
  • Owens—78 (C)
  • Pope—97 (A)⁠
  • Post—84 (B) P
  • ostma—90 (A)
  • Reed—82 (B)⁠
  • Rennell—91 (A)
  • M. Robinson—79 (C)
  • A. Robison—90 (A)⁠
  • Sampson—97 (A)
  • Sheridan—78 (C)
  • Swenke—95 (A)⁠
  • Tipps—85 (B)
  • Walker—81 (B)
  • Warner—95 (A)⁠
  • Wells—93 (A)
  • Willbern—86 (B)
  • Wilson—78 (C)⁠
  • Woodard—90 (A)
  • Yeager—81 (B) ⁠ ⁠
  • Anthony—87 (B)
  • Aragon—91 (A)
  • Arnold—90 (A)⁠
  • Bleyl—97 (A)
  • Campbell—83 (B)
  • Cook—93 (A)⁠
  • Dean—83 (B)
  • Goodson—93 (A)
  • Hamilton—95 (A)⁠
  • Hopper—82 (B)
  • Kahla—84 (B)
  • Labay—90 (A)⁠
  • Salyards—92 (A)
  • Smith—96 (A)
  • Spillane—95 (A)⁠
  • Thornton—82 (B)
  • Truitt—87 (B)
  • Watkins—83 (B)⁠ ⁠
  • Bridgeland—95 (A)
  • Cy-Fair—90 (A)
  • Cypress Creek—89 (B)⁠
  • Cypress Falls—87 (B)
  • Cypress Lakes—86 (B) ⁠
  • Cypress Park—86 (B)
  • Cypress Ranch—93 (A)⁠
  • Cypress Ridge—88 (B)
  • Cypress Springs—83 (B)⁠
  • Cypress Woods—94 (A)
  • Jersey Village—86 (B)⁠
  • Langham Creek—90 (A)

#CypressTX #CFISD ⁠

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CFISD – Back to School Expo 8/10/2019 @ The Berry Center

CFISD – Back to School Expo – in its seventh edition, the annual CFISD Back-to-School Expo is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 10 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Berry Center (8877 Barker Cypress Road). The Expo provides a number of helpful resources to incoming students, parents and prospective employees, allowing for a smooth transition into the school district. (note no -Pre-K registration at the expo)⁠

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Cypress, TX – Food Trucks – Rolling Delicousness!

The popularity of Food Trucks in Cypress keeps growing and growing…⁠ They circle the wagons at the Rosehill Beer Garden and Bridgeland’s Friday Nite Bites as well as a number of local bars and breweries.⁠ ⁠

Here are some favorites: ⁠

  • Krab Kingz Cypress – (832) 797-0530⁠ 11323 Barker Cypress Rd⁠
  • Andy’s Kitchen – (832) 653-3802⁠ 15202 Mason Rd⁠
  • Craft Burger Food Truck – (832) 995-6056⁠ Serving Cypress and the Surrounding Area⁠
  • Lonestar BBQ (281) 581-8072⁠ 14307 Telge Rd⁠
  • Tacos Y Tortas La Balita – (346) 370-2375⁠ Serving Cypress and the Surrounding Area⁠
  • Brooks’ Place – (832) 893-1682⁠ 18020 Fm 529⁠
  • Filipin Tex – (832) 622-9022⁠ Serving Houston and the Surrounding Area⁠
  • Desi Bites – (832) 806-2483⁠ Serving Cypress and the Surrounding Area⁠
  • Toron Food Truck – (832) 273-9437⁠ 12925 Spring Cypress Rd⁠
  • Pitas Bites – 713) 410-0991⁠ Serving Cypress and the Surrounding Area ⁠
  • The Rolling Crawfish – (832) 867-6087⁠ 7202 Fry Rd⁠ ⁠
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Events in Cypress TX October 15 – 31, 2015

There’s always something happening in Cypress, TX.  Hope you and your family will take in one or two of these events. Perhaps we’ll see each other there!  Did I miss an event? Let me know and I’ll add it to he list!

Open House

Thursday, October 15, 2015 4:00 – 7:00 pm
LearningRx Spring-Champions
8610 Louetta, Ste. E., Spring
Join the LearningRx Spring-Champions at their open house to try brain training activities and learn about how training can change you, your child, or a loved one’s life. This is a come-and-go event with fun activities, refreshments, and door prizes.

Car and Cycle Show

Saturday, October 17, 2015 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Jersey Village Baptist Church
16518 Jersey Dr.
Join JVBC for a day of hot cars and awesome rides. There is $20 entry fee. They have awards, free food and music. Come out and enjoy the weather and show off your ride, no matter what condition it’s in! For questions contact John Plummer at 713-542-5632.

Pink in the Park

Saturday, October 17, 2015 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Vintage Park
110 Vintage Park Blvd.
Businesses inside the Vintage Park shopping center will rally in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month with a women’s health fair followed by a pink fashion show at 6:30 pm. Visit vintageparkhouston.com.

The Fine Art of Living at Miramesa

Saturday, October 17, 2015 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Miramesa at Canyon Lakes West
20314 Aspen Manor Ln.
Miramesa will celebrate its grand opening with fun, unique forms of entertainment for guest like art cars, mimes, and interactive, artistic activities. The event will also include tours of model homes an appearance by renowned chalk artist Anat Ronen.

Parents’ Night Out

Sunday, October 18, 2015 6:30 – 11:00 pm
K2 Academy of Kids Sports
15255 N. Eldridge Pkwy.
Bring the kids to K2’s pumpkin patch for a costume contest, pumpkin patch and decorating, and a fun haunted house. Visit k2academy.com.

Paint the Night Pink

Thursday, October 22, 2015 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital
18220 State Highway 249
Bring someone you love to Paint the Night Pink, a celebration of breast health awareness at Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital. Enjoy a strolling dinner, live music, and relax with a free foot massage. Take a tour of the Breast Care Center and bring your questions to ask a panel of physicians during a Q&A session. On-site mammograms will be available, schedule online. All attendees will also receive a special gift. Registration for this event is required. Register online at houstonmethodist.org/events or call 281-737-2500.

Keith Elementary Sock Hop

Friday, October 23, 2015 6:30 pm
Keith Elementary School
20550 Fairfield Green
Cy-Fair families, dress up in your best 50′s look and join them for dancing, games, moonwalks, face-painting, hair-painting, door prizes, costume contests, cake, and candy bar walks, food and drinks, a silent auction.

Zombie Stomp and 5K

Saturday, October 24, 2015 8:00 am
Cypress Creek Lakes
10080 Cypress Creek Bend Ln.
Creep on over to the fun-filled event and participate in the 5K or family walk. There will be free food, a pumpkin patch, face painting, and activities for little monsters. To register, visit active.com.

Gingerbread Village Holiday Market

Saturday, October 24, 2015 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church
6646 Addicks-Satsuma, Houston
There will be lots of wonderful specialty items to choose from for the holidays such as art, craft supplies, food stuffs, fashion items, home decor, and more!

Howl-O-Ween Fest

Saturday, October 24, 2015 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
16902 Bridgeland Landing
Pooches and people alike are sure to have a dog-gone good time. The event will feature crowd-and-canine approved performances, a Haute-dog fashion show and costume contest, on-site pet adoptions, trick-or-treating, and a whole pack of local food trucks. Visit bridgeland.com.

Project Pink

Saturday, October 24, 2015 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
North Cypress Medical Center
21214 N.W. Fwy.
Join NCMC for a delicious catered lunch, runway fashion show, and inspirational stories from breast cancer survivors, and educational talks from leading healthcare experts. Visit ncmc-projectpink.com.

Zombie Stomp 5K

October 24, 2015 8:00 am
Cypress Creek Lakes
10080 Cypress Creek Bend Ln.
Come dressed for a ghoulishly good time and participate in a Cy-Fair favorite event. There will be a 5k, and a one-mile family run/walk. Racers will receive a tee-shirt, goodie bag, and racer’s medal. For non-racers, there will be a pumpkin patch, face painting, free food, a bounce house, and Lauren from MIX 96.5 to judge the costume contest. Visit cypresscreeklakeshoa.com.

Northwest Assistance Ministries Jeans & Jewels Gala

Saturday, October 24, 2015 6:30 pm
The Woodlands Waterway Marriott
1601 Lake Robbins Dr.
The Woodlands
Cowboy up with boots and bling and help support Northwest Assistance Ministries. Visit namonline.org.

Triathlon at Fairfield

Sunday, October 25, 2015 8:30 am
Fairfield Athletic Club
16055 Mason Rd.
Athletes of all ages can challenge themselves to a swim in a heated outdoor pool, bike ride through residential terrain, and take a scenic lake run. There will be a hot breakfast, an awards ceremony, and refreshments available. Register at active.com.

Fall Holiday Concert

Sunday, October 25, 2015 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church
13131 Fry Rd.
Enjoy the beautiful fall weather and pick out wonderful gifts for the holidays. There will be a trunk-n-treat, blessing of animals, and more fun activities. Visit aidanschurch.org.

Rosehill Christian School Preview Night

Thursday, October 29, 2015 6:30 pm
Rosehill Christian School
19830 FM 2920
Come and visit Rosehill Christian School and learn why the journey matters. We are a Pre-K through twelfth-grade campus that is located in far NW Houston (Tomball/Cypress/Hockley/Magnolia) and partners with Christian families to prepare students for college. It will be a great opportunity to meet administrators and some faculty as well as take a tour of our campus.

Cy Woods FFA Fall Craft Show

Saturday, October 31, 2015 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday, November 1, 2015 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Cy-Fair ISD Exhibit Center
Telge Rd. & Hwy. 290.
Support the Cy Woods FFA Booster Club and find unique home décor, fashions, and gift items. Visit cywoodsffa.org.


Lakeland Village Center Update – Bridgeland



CVS/pharmacy® will Serve as Anchor of Highly-Anticipated Lakeland Village Center

Cypress, TX (June 15, 2015) – Executives from The Howard Hughes Corporation® (NYSE:HHC), Bridgeland® and The Woodlands® Development Company broke ground today on Lakeland Village Center in which CVS/pharmacy® will be the anchor retail tenant. LakelandVillage Center is the first commercial development in Bridgeland, an award-winning master-planned community in Cypress.

Set on 20 acres along Fry Road, Lakeland Village Center will include 84,000 square feet of mixed-use development in Phase One consisting of retail, restaurants, and professional and medical offices. The center will feature abundant landscaping, views of two bordering lakes and expansive sidewalks. The contractor for the project is VCC, LLC. Completion of Phase One of Lakeland Village Center is slated for spring 2016.

Lakeland Village Center is within walking distance for residents of Lakeland Heights®, a traditional neighborhood development in Bridgeland, and provides easy accessibility for those in the remaining enclaves of Lakeland Village, the first of four villages planned for the community.

“We are excited to announce Lakeland Village Center as the inaugural commercial venture in Bridgeland. The new village can be accessed through Fry Road and is in close proximity to the Grand Parkway and Highway 290,” said Paul Layne, Executive Vice President of Master Planned Communities for The Howard Hughes Corporation. “Having CVS/pharmacy as the anchor will offer even more convenience to residents and nearby communities.”

The 15,300-square-foot CVS/pharmacy will feature a drive-thru pharmacy along with a wide assortment of health, beauty and personal care products and best in class pharmacy care. Construction is expected to begin in mid-July of this year, and the store is scheduled to open in early 2016. Genesis Design Group is the Architect for CVS/pharmacy.

“We are pleased that our next Cypress store will be part of Lakeland Village Center,” said Roger Francis, Area Vice President of CVS/pharmacy in Texas. “We are looking forward to joining this exciting development and bringing our pharmacy products and services to the Bridgeland community to help them on their path to better health.”

First Hartford Realty-Preferred Developer represented CVS/pharmacy®. Rip Reynolds, Director of Leasing & Commercial Land for The Howard Hughes Corporation, and the J. Beard Real Estate Company represented Bridgeland in the lease transaction. Both Rip Reynolds and Zak Hudnall, Leasing Associate for The Woodlands Development Company, handle leasing for Lakeland Village Center.

“The debut of Lakeland Village Center and CVS/pharmacy really solidifies the Main Street concept we envisioned for the first commercial site in Bridgeland,” said Peter Houghton, Vice President of Master Planned Communities for Bridgeland. “Bridgeland’s walkability and easily accessible amenities are distinguishing features of the community, and we’re excited to see Lakeland Village Center further that precedent.”


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Birds-Eye View of Bridgeland’s Newest Neighborhood

Bridgeland continues its westward expansion.  At the same time the developers respect the wildlife that have been calling this their home for many years…

“Developers started with a land plan that embraced the bountiful natural environment. Bridgeland is located along the eastern boundaries of the Katy Prairie, an environmental gem that has provided refuge and foraging areas for more than 300 species of resident and migratory birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians. Bridgeland developers worked carefully to protect the valuable land, including the historical Cypress Creek Corridor, a substantial creek system that runs along Bridgeland’s northern boundaries. Careful planning has not only preserved these natural attributes, but also revived the areas through thoughtful development of amenities such as the Cypress Creek Nature Trail. The first 1.5 miles of the nature trail opened in 2008. An additional mile opened this year.  Upon completion, the trail will stretch for 6 miles.” – http://www.bridgelandlife.com/

A special thanks to Mike McCurdy for the use of his video …   You’ll see more videos from  Mike in posts to come!


The Farmer’s Market at Bridgeland

Bringing Wholesome Foord to Our Community

Fast becoming the “in-place” for Cypress, Texas on the 2nd Sunday of each month is The Farmer’s Market at Bridgeland.

What started out a one-time event is now a recurring market – thanks to the community response. The market is all volunteer run and donation supported.

It brings to our community high-quality vendors selling fresh local produce, pastured meats, free range eggs, goat cheese, honey, jellies, pickles, bread, pasta, natural home & pet products, soaps, lotions, live plants, and much more right to our backyard! in addition, the market offers events that provide education on home gardening and sustainable living.

The March market (Sunday, March 10th, 12:30 – 3:30 at the Bridgeland Activity Center 16902 Bridgeland Landing Cypress, TX) features Tomatoes and Strawberries! 

  • Texas Master Gardener Stephanie Baker will be teaching a free class at 1 pm on how to grow your own tomatoes this summer.  No matter if you have a large garden or a few containers; fresh salsa is just a few months away!
  • Ready to Grow Gardens and New Leaf Nursery will both have tomato plants for sale, including heirloom varieties.
  • It’s peak strawberry season, plus last of the cool season veggies like carrots, spinach, radishes, leeks, snow peas and much more.
  • For those of you who are Slow Dough fans, they are now taking orders in advance for pick up at the market. Go to their website at www.areyousweetorsavory.com and place your order by Thursday evening.
  • Our newest vendor, Hog Creek Farm, will be making their debut with fresh pork from heirloom pigs raised on their family farm in Magnolia Texas. This is the kind of flavorful, natural pork unique to small farms and not often found in the big stores.www.hogcreekfarm.net

More information at www.farmersmarketatbridgeland.org

Bridgeland’s First Farmer’s Market

Bridgeland will be hosting it first Farmers Market.  The market covers your daily servings of locally grown produce as well as homemade products.  It’s a great opportunity to support Texas farmers and businesses by purchasing products used every day. Rain or shine, we hope you will “turnip” for this event Sunday, May 6, 2012 from 12:30 to 3:30 in Festival Park.

Fresh produce, eggs, and all sorts of yummy goodness.