To promote and celebrate the international diversity and heritage of the Brazos Valley. This year's festival is Friday, November 4 at the Palace Theater in downtown Bryan and Saturday, November 5 at Wolf Pen Creek, College Station.
We’re inviting all little ghouls and goblins to celebrate Halloween at the Houston Zoo with activities that are fun for the entire family. We encourage all kids to come dressed in their spookiest or prettiest Halloween costume, and don’t forget the trick-or-treat bags!
FREE youth athletics registration and information meeting from 7:00pm – 8:00pm, Tuesday, November 1, 2016 at BF Clark Community Building, 27419 Nelson St, Spring, TX 77373, for parents of children ages 6-18.
All month long you can get into the Halloween spirit and be “scared to death” at this family-friendly haunted house designed to give goose bumps to young and old alike while taking a light-hearted view of a usually very serious subject.
Each year, the Museum celebrates the holiday with a special community altar where visitors are encouraged to bring and leave mementos of their loved ones and authentic ofrendas decorated with photos, candles, flowers, breads and other memorial objects. The altars will be on display throughout the month of November.