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  • Lone Star College-Kingwood’s art faculty will have an array of new pieces on display at the 2016 Fall Faculty Show.


  • Everyone loves fresh squeezed orange juice and the taste of real lemon juice in recipes.  But citrus can be used for more beyond simply eating the fruit.  In honor of our recent workshop with John Panzarella at the Kingwood Garden Center, here are 10 ways to use citrus in your home.


  • Ten years ago, the first Mardi Gras festival and parade was held in Kingwood's Town Center park.  The 11th Annual festival for 2015 will be held on Saturday, February 15th, from noon to 6 pm with the parade commencing at 2 pm.


  • The Kingwood Civic Club has announced the winners of the 2014 Christmas light contest.  Did your favorite home win?


  • One of the perks of living in Kingwood are the great events right in our back yard and Kingwoodians go all out on the 4th of July.

    Forego the crowds, high gas prices, and the crazy drivers and celebrate Independence Day with your neighbors.  From dawn til dusk, fun activities are planned.


  • Understanding new changes to deductions, claims, dependents and tax laws can make filing taxes worrisome for some people this time of year. Through Lone Star College-Kingwood’s Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL), the AARP Tax-Aide Program will help individuals prepare and electronically file their federal income tax returns at two locations beginning in February.


  • The planned community of Kingwood has many beautiful sights.  From the parks and wooded areas to the commercial areas, grab a cup of coffee and enjoy the scenery



    One of the highlights of the year that makes Kingwood a great place to call home is the 4th of July celebrations for 2008. Kicking off at 6:00 am with a Fishing Rodeo, continuing with a Bike Decorating Contest and 4th of July parade, and ending with a spectacular fireworks display at Town Center Park, Kingwood residents know how to celebrate with gusto.


  • BreWingZ Sports Bar & Grill boldly expands beyond its current 21 Houston locations into Kingwood and San Antonio; opening both restaurants the same week. The Kingwood Northpark location is at the intersection of U.S. Highway 59 at Northpark Drive.


  • 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.


  • While it may not be "looking a lot like Christmas," Kingwood residents make up for the lack of snow with plenty of Christmas cheer.  From full blown Christmas festivals, concerts, and nativity displays, there will be plenty of ways for everyone to get into the Christmas spirit.   Santa is scheduled to make appearances all around town, so get your Christmas lists ready. 


  • Photos from Christmas in the Park.  Christmas in the Park is an annual event held in Town Center Park.


  • 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.


  • Churches community wide are preparing for Christmas services.  Below is a listing of special Christmas services.  Please check the church web site for regular service times.


  • As spring rounds the corner, families in the Northeast Houston area are preparing for Easter.  Easter egg hunts, spring flings, and community festivals are on the schedule.  So grab your Easter basket and bonnet and get ready for some fun!


  • The Humble ISD Christmas holiday break has begun.  Make the most of this special time with your children with activities around home and town. Between activities at home, around Kingwood , or in Houston, numerous options abound.  School starts back on Tuesday, January 6th, 2009, so make your activity schedule now!



  • LPGA-USGA Girls Golf of Houston has scheduled LPGA-USGA Girls Golf Day 2008 for Saturday, May 31 at The Clubs of Kingwood Golf Advantage School in Kingwood, Texas.

    Since its inaugural year in 1999, LPGA-USGA Girls Golf Day has been an annual event devoted to making golf accessible to girls and furthering their interest in the game.

    Festivities will begin at 4:00 p.m. and will include a variety of putting, chipping, and driving activities. All attendees will receive complimentary gifts to commemorate the event.

    We hope to expand our reach and elevate girls   enthusiasm towards the game of golf," said Alli Jarrett, Site Director.


  • 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.


  • Photos from Hurricane Rita.  While it didn't get as much media attention as Katrina, Hurricane Rita hit the Houston area with a vengeance.


  • James L. Hargrove II, a real estate sales professional in Kingwood, has joined the Keller Williams Realty Kingwood Market Center.

    James has an extensive background in Sales, Marketing, Mortgage banking, as well as, Property Management and has been in the real estate industry for 5 + years. James is a member of the Houston Association Realtors, Texas Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors.