Community Events

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

Join the Easter festivities on Saturday, April 3rd, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm in Town Center Park, Kingwood, for the Seventh Annual Picnic on the Park.
Families and friends come together and enjoy a day at the park with a full day of fun featuring a street fair, food booths, petting zoo, games, and entertainment. Admission is free. Game booth tickets will be available for $1 each or $15 for a wristband for all day play.

Tweens and teens are not forgotten with an action packed “Teen Zone” with a rock wall, adunk tank with local youth leaders a sitting ducks, basketball and baseball challenge where aspirants can test their skills. “Jello Wars” will make a return this year where teams battle for domination in a game of tug-of-war.

The Kingwood/Humble Area Aggie Moms club is pleased to announce that the world-famous Texas A&M Singing Cadets will be in the Kingwood community to present a special concert this spring. 


The Singing Cadets is an all-male student organization from Texas A&M University and was first established in 1893. The choral group’s concerts consist of traditional school songs as well as religious, patriotic, Broadway, popular and novelty numbers. 

Harris County Precinct 4’s Senior Adult Program (SAP) is hosting a Fat Tuesday Mardi Gras Dance Tuesday, February 16 from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Humble Civic Center, 8233 Will Clayton Parkway. The afternoon dance for adults, ages 50 and better, features entertainment by the River Road Boys. Light refreshments will be served, but alcohol is not permitted at county-sponsored functions.

Tickets and reservations are required for admission; tickets are $7 per person and can be ordered by calling Precinct 4’s Senior Adult Program at (281) 893-3726, extension 47. SAP events are part of Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner Jerry Eversole’s educational and recreational commitment to Harris County residents.

May Community Center's free intergenerational programs are part of Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner Jerry Eversole's educational and recreational commitment to Harris County residents. May Community Center is a Precinct 4 community center located at 2100 Wolf Road, Huffman 77336. Center hours are Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., and Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information regarding classes or other Center programs, please call (281) 324-3373 or visit www.hcp4.net/ccenters.

Harris County Precinct 4 programs serve people of all ages, regardless of socioeconomic level, race, color, sex, religion, national origin, or physical ability. Anyone requiring special assistance to participate in any program should contact May Community Center. An adult must accompany children under the age of 18.

May Community Center's free intergenerational programs are part of Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner Jerry Eversole's educational and recreational commitment to Harris County residents. May Community Center is a Precinct 4 community center located at 2100 Wolf Road, Huffman 77336. Center hours are Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., and Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

For more information regarding classes or other Center programs, please call (281) 324-3373 or visit www.hcp4.net/ccenters. Harris County Precinct 4 programs serve people of all ages, regardless of socioeconomic level, race, color, sex, religions, national origin, or physical ability. Anyone requiring special assistance to participate in any program should contact May Community Center. An adult must accompany children under the age of 18.

Internationally acclaimed marriage expert and best-selling author Harville Hendrix, Ph. D., will conduct a 3-hour seminar entitled, “A New Way to Love: Living God’s Purpose for Your Marriage” on Friday, February 5 at Christ the King Lutheran Church in Kingwood.

The special appearance by Hendrix, a Clinical Pastoral Counselor, will focus on God’s purpose in marriage and how to create a life of joy together. “The purpose is to heal each other and help each other grow towards wholeness, to recover the original condition given to them by God at birth,” said Hendrix. “(Attendees) will learn that marriage has this healing power and they will learn how to access and use that power.”

A service in the style of Taizé (Teh-ZAY) is offered at 6:30 p.m. on the second Sunday of every month at Good Shepherd Episcopal Church in Kingwood. 

The Taizé style of Christian worship originated in an ecumenical religious community in the village of Taizé, France. With meditative singing, brief scripture readings, simple prayers, and periods of silence, Taizé helps to quiet the mind, open the heart, and feed the soul.

In An Advent Who’s Who the Rev. William T. Richter, Jr. will present the major figures, personalities and characters that were a part of the birth of Jesus–Wednesdays at 7:15 p.m., December 2-23.

Within the past few days a core group of Kingwood/ Humble area community leaders have stepped up and brainstormed a unique fundraising community event. The Inaugural “Cookies and Tea under the Tree” will be a cookie exchange festival for families of all ages. This event will be an added activity at the Tree Lighting at Town Center on December 5th.

The purpose of this event is to embrace the local families and business community and to offer a new and different event while raising funds for an annual revolving list of charitable organizations during the holiday season. This is the first annual event and the charity it will be benefiting is Family Time.