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  • 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.


  • Kingwood residents will have an opportunity to celebrate the coming of spring at the 2011 Mardi Gras Festival  in the Kingwood Town Center Park.  The event will be held from noon to 6:00 pm.  Admission is free and is open to all, both Kingwoodites and nonresidents.    

    Spend the day browsing the booths of various vendors and businesses and enjoying the fun foods.  The Tommy Darder Band will beplaying from 3:00 pm to close.



  • Kingwood, Texas: Texas-sized festivities with a Kingwood flair are planned for the Fourth of July.

    The fun starts on Saturday, June 30th, with the annual Alspaugh's street dance and BBQ.  The 4th of July activities start at 6 am in the morning with the Kingwood Civic Club fishing rodeo and ends in Kingwood Town Center with the fireworks display.


  •  After a long wet spring, the Northeast Houston community is ready to celebrate the nation's birth with 4th of July activities throughout the area.  Have some BBQ, take in a parade and watch the fireworks display at Town Center .


  • 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.


  •  The Independence Day celebration is one of the most festive and anticipated seasons of the year in the Humble/Kingwood area.  The 2012 festivities start with the Alspaughs' Street Dance  on Saturday, June 30th, and culminate with a fireworks display at Town Center .


  • 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.


  • 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.


  • In celebration of their Grand Opening, Chachi's Bar & Grill will host a Cinco de Mayo Celebration in Town Center Park on Tuesday, May 5th, 2009 from 4:00 am to 10:00 pm.  A wide variety of food will be available and a mariachi band will add to the atmosphere with music through the park beginning at 5:00 pm.


  • 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 for a Texas Christmas at Kings Crossing Town Center Park  in the heart of Kingwood on Saturday, December 3rd, 2011 from 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM. for the free community Christmas in the Park Festival and Tree Lighting.

    This popular event will offer local residents and those in surrounding areas the merriment of shops, entertainment, vendors, fanciful eateries, artists, Santa Claus, and more. Join neighbors and friends in the highlight of our Christmas season- when treasures from around the world are brought to you and the spirit of the Holidays is warming the hearts all around.



  • 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.


  • Kingwood Texas:   Local business owners and community volunteers are preparing for a bigger and better Picnic on the Park event this Spring with a Ladies Luncheon and Easter Bonnet Contest to be held at the Kingwood Country Club on Tuesday, April 3 plus the annual egg hunt and vendor fair Saturday, April 7 at Kingwood Town Center Park. 


  • Kingwood, TX: Whether torrential thunderstorms or sweltering heat, the Fourth of July is always a day to celebrate in Kingwood. 

    This year, residents will have a difficult time choosing between three Saturday evening festivities: the fireworks at the Town Center Park Festival, Alspaughs Street Dance, and the 2nd Annual Independence Day Concert at Kings Harbor.


  •  Whether torrential thunderstorms or sweltering heat, the Fourth of July is always a day to celebrate in Kingwood Texas

    This year, residents will have a difficult time choosing between the Monday night festivities: the fireworks at the Town Center 4th of July Festival  sponsored by Woodforest National Bank and the 4th Annual Independence Day Concert at Kings Harbor.

    There will be plenty of fun for kids kicking off at 6:00 am with a Fishing Rodeo, continuing with a Bike Decorating Contest and 4th of July parade, and festival fun at Town Center Park .

    If you have been pining for the opportunity to demonstrate the perfect parade wave, you too can be a part of the annual July 4th tradition. Parade entry forms can be picked up at the Lake Houston YMCA.  A $30 registration fee is required for commercial entries.  Nonprofit group entries are free.  Applications can be downloaded here:



  • Kingwood Celebrates First Annual Mardi Gras Festival – Expecting Thousands of Attendees Kingwood, Texas, Parades, king cakes, beads, masks, stars, floats and thousands of residents will line the streets of Town Center Park during Kingwood’s First Annual Mardi Gras Festival, scheduled for Saturday, February 5, 2005 from 2 pm to 10 pm. Would-be revelers should plan to join the throngs screaming the immortal catch-phrase "Throw me something, mister!"