Community Events

News on upcoming community events in the North Houston area.  Check the events calendar for more events and activities.

A Kingwood Tradition: Good Shepherd Episcopal Church presents its annual Live Nativity complete with shepherds, angels, wise men and live stable animals on December 18, 19 and 20 with performances at 6:30 and 7:30 p.m.

While the focal point of the holiday season is Christmas celebrating the birth of Christ, the season of lights, and Jesus's biggest fan, St. Nicholas, there is another festival that also celebrates light, the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah.

The Lake Houston area may not experience much in the way of winter weather, but that doesn't lessen the holiday spirit.  The month of December launches into the festive season full force with activities for all.

Join us at Town Center Park in the heart of Kingwood on Saturday, December 6th, 2014 from 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM for the free community Christmas in the Park Festival and Tree Lighting.

Beret, bowler, cartwheel or pillbox – any red hat will do for this spectacular Red Hat Glitz & Glamour Holiday Luncheon Tuesday, Dec. 2 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Humble Civic Center, located at 8223 Will Clayton Parkway in Humble.

Get fit, expand your gardening expertise, celebrate the holidays and more with upcoming events and activities at Jesse Jones Park.

Nearly 700 guests attended Precinct 4 Commissioner R. Jack Cagle's Tribute to Veterans at the Humble Civic Center on Nov. 11. Veterans and their spouses enjoyed a catered dinner plus a patriotic concert featuring the Houston Tidelanders during the precinct's largest Veterans Day celebration to date.

More than 2,000 visitors attended Precinct 4's Jesse H. Jones Park & Nature Center this past weekend for its annual Pioneer Day.  Visitors enjoyed games and crafts, colonial re-enactments and activities, and old-fashioned music and scenery.

Ten years ago, the newly formed Kingwood Chamber came up with a simple idea: neighbors getting together for a morning to pick up trash and make their community beautiful.  Christened "Kleenwood," a Kingwood tradition was born.  Each January, residents in every community across Kingwood meet at their village pool, garbage bags in hand, and do their part to clean up the place they call home.