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  • Birding enthusiasts are invited to join or form a team of fellow birders Saturday, May 13, at 7:30 a.m. to help identify as many species of birds as possible, and even win a great prize! Ages 12 and up.


  • Learn about potential summer outdoor hazards such as poison ivy, venomous snakes and spiders along with other possible harmful flora and fauna Saturday, June 10 at 10 a.m. Information will include how to avoid bites and stings and treatment of the effects. All ages are welcome to attend. 


  • Paddle Spring and Cypress Creeks: On Saturday, January 28, at 9:30 a.m., canoe Cypress and Spring Creeksfrom Mercer Arboretum to Jones Park. Paddle leisurely along the tree-lined, white sandy beaches of these scenic riparian waterways.


  • Jesse H. Jones Park & Nature Center began holiday celebrations with its annual Old-Fashioned Christmas on Dec. 6, which featured various historical Christmas-related activities and entertainment.


  • Ten-year-old Corbin Adkins is gaining recognition in the photography world after his photo of two mating Gulf fritillary butterflies won the grand prize in Jones Park's 2015 Photo Contest.


  • Precinct 4 Commissioner R. Jack Cagle’s Jesse H. Jones Park & Nature Center recently hosted its annual Homestead Heritage Day, typically held the first Saturday each February, which features various family-friendly historical activities and demonstrations dating back to the early 19th century.


  • Kingwood Library is now open with a full line-up of popular children’s programming.


  • Precinct 4 parks may one day feature descendants of oak trees that served as a sacred meeting place for Comanche and Tonkawa tribes, offered shade to Texas heroes, and witnessed the rise of the first Texas cities.


  • Immunization requirements for students in Texas public and private schools have been revised and become effective Saturday, August 1, 2009. Immunovax will administer the new required school immunizations at May Community Center Thursdays, June 4 or July 9 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    To register, please call (281) 324-3373 or stop by the Center. Vaccinations will be given on a first-come, first-served basis. Newborns to 18 years of age can receive one vaccination for $14, two for $20, and three or more immunizations for $25. Payment by cash only is required at the time immunizations are administered; checks and insurance are not accepted.


  • Mercer Botanic Gardens hosts an informative and fun presentation each month known as Lunch Bunch! In honor of the Christmas season, December participants enjoyed a craft session, creating handmade Angel ornaments from various dried material, such as a Philippine lily see pod, bread poppy seed pod, butterfly vine winged seed pod and Spanish moss.


  • 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.


  • Huffman TX:  The May Community Center in Huffman, Texas announced its schedule of classes for November 2007.  Harris county residents can choose from a wide selection of class in arts and crafts, learning and enrichment, martial arts and exercise, and music and dance.


  • A wide variety of programs and activities are in the upcoming line up at the May Community Center. Whether you want to learn karate, play the piano, 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.


  • Children of all ages can gather to play at May Community Center this summer during a variety of fun-filled activities scheduled for Tuesdays, June 12 through July 31.


  • AARP Tax-Aide volunteers provide free income tax assistance for low- and middle-income individuals at May Community Center Tuesdays, February 2 through April 13 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Appointments are required and can be made at the Center or by calling (281) 324-3373. Participants need to bring their 2008 tax returns and 2009 documents to their appointment.


  • May Community Center offers American Heart Association Infant, Child, and Adult CPR Training Saturday, February 6 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. This course is designed to train individuals to take assertive action in emergency situations, and to recognize and care for life-threatening emergencies such as respiratory or cardiac problems and other medical dilemmas.


  • May Community Center presents a catered holiday luncheon Friday, December 11 at 11 a.m.with entertainment provided by the Starlite Sound Chorus, a local chapter of Sweet Adelines International. Invite a friend, relative, or neighbor to enjoy great food and fellowship at this special holiday gathering.


  • Join May Community Center for a Veterans Recognition and Thanksgiving luncheon Friday, November 11 at 11 a.m . To honor the brave men and women that served in the armed forces, the Hargrave High School Junior ROTC will perform a special program. Invite a friend, relative, or neighbor to reflect on this great country, the sacrifices of many, and individual blessings of family and friendship.


  • Commemorate National Hispanic Heritage Month with a fiesta at May Community Center Friday, September 4 at 11 a.m. This designated month provides an opportunity to acknowledge and express appreciation to Latinos for their contributions to this country, and to pay tribute for their role in America’s diversity. National Hispanic Heritage Month begins September 15 each year and covers a wide number of independence celebrations for Latin American countries, including Fiestas Patrias (Chile).

    Advance registration for the catered Mexican luncheon is required by Monday, August 31 since space is limited to the first 150 people to sign up. A $7 suggested donation, payable in advance, helps defray the cost of the entertainment and food.


  • May Community Center will accept school supply donations for area school children now through Wednesday, August 19. “Operation Backpack” is the perfect opportunity for community members to help Huffman ISD students achieve success by providing them with necessary school supplies.