Celebrate National Pollinator Week by heading to Jesse H. Jones Park & Nature Center for a Pollinators workshop Saturday, June 20 at 10 a.m.
The latest news from the Kingwood Connection.
Mercer Botanic Gardens is a step closer to completing a key section of its Renaissance Garden after receiving a $5,175 grant from the Houston Garden Club. The grant will be used to purchase six silver date palms to line the existing Cypress Promenade in the Renaissance Garden.
Don your western wear and join Precinct 4’s Senior Adult Program Monday, June 22 at 11:30 a.m. for a Get Acquainted Luncheon in the Heights at St. Stephen’s United Methodist Church, located at 2003 West 43rd Street in Houston.
The Harris County Precinct 4 Parks Department has temporarily closed all access points of the Spring Creek Greenway Trail from Dennis Johnston Park to Jones Park in response to rising flood waters.
Precinct 4 residents from nine area assisted living facilities enjoyed fun-filled activities during Commissioner R. Jack Cagle’s eighth annual Precinct 4 County Fair at Humble Civic Center on May 19.
The Spring Creek Greenway is a step closer to connectivity with a major greenbelt in northeast Harris County as construction on a two-mile section of the trail begins.
Precinct 4’s Senior Adult Program invites all senior adults 50 years of age and better to the 22nd annual National Senior Health & Fitness Day Wednesday, June 3 at 11 a.m. at CHI St. Luke’s Health – The Vintage Hospital, located at 20171 Chasewood Park Drive, Houston, 77070.
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.
National Charity League Kings Trails members Camden Gray, class of 2019, and Addie Wemyss, class of 2020, present a check to the coordinators of the Humble ISD Fine Arts Festival at the event held at Lone Star College-Kingwood in April.
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