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  • City of Houston residents have long enjoyed the ability to hop on a bike and catch a bus to locations across the city. One day, Kingwood residents may have a similar opportunity.


  • Join Aracely Palomares with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas Friday, July 11 at 10 a.m. if you are among the many individuals who have questions about the Medicare benefits, coverage, and changes implemented in 2008.


  • Take time out for yourself in your busy holiday schedule. The May Community Center in Huffman, Texas has a wide range of events and activities coming up through the remainder of the year. 


  • A wide variety of programs and activities are in the upcoming line up at the May Community Center. Whether you want to learn karate, chinese, line dance or oil paint, instructional classes are available for free or a minimal cost.  

    For those that are of a more social bent, the May Community Center facilitates a number of groups such as playgroups, 4-H, theatre groups and more.


  • Volunteers recently gathered at Jesse H. Jones Park & Nature Center to become certified members of the Texas Stream Team, which is a network of training volunteers and partners who work to collect information about the natural resources of Texas.


  • It’s a scenario most Texans can relate to. After a long, rainy winter, you step outside to balmy weather, chirping birds, and spring flowers. As images of picnics, pool parties, and woodland hikes run through your mind, you suddenly hear it: a buzzing near your ear. Before you have a chance to slap it away, a dozen mosquitoes take turns dive bombing your exposed skin.


  • A volunteer instructor at May Community Center shows children, ages 12 and older, the art of turning an ordinary piece of wood into a work of art Mondays in July (beginning July 7) at 10 a.m.


  • When it comes to knowing your flood risk, your watershed may matter more than you think. All the rain that falls in your watershed heads to a common waterway through a system of bayous, tributaries, and streams.


  • Join other wildflower enthusiasts for a guided Wildflower Walk on Saturday, April 15, at 10 a.m. Stroll down Jones Park’s beautiful trails and discover the dozens of species of magnificent wildflowers found in the park. All ages are welcome for this fun and educational program.  


  • Don't let the winter doldrums get you down, take a class or two at your local community center. The May Community center has released the winter class line up.  Beyond the art, craft, language and exercise classes that are perennial favorites, several new classes have been added including classes on Line Dancercise and Wii playtime. 


  • Start the new year with one of the popular programs at Jesse Jones Park.  From nature to fitness, both young and old will find something to suit.