Texas weather is probably some of the most unpredictable weather in the country, so being prepared for disastrous weather is not always easy. Houston-area residents can, however, prepare for certain bad weather situations ahead of time to avoid being caught unprepared during a disaster.
There is so much to do and countless places to go, things to see and people to meet. With so much to offer, you will definitely have the chance to capture memories at some of the most historic and gorgeous locations around Houston.
Whether it’s a family tradition or a spur-of-the-moment idea, it’s well worth the time and drive to take in the well thought-out display of lights in Houston this holiday season.
Read on for several events that will allow the Houston Jewish community to celebrate the season with others while having fun and enjoying the holiday.
Houston blogger Crystal Reagan has some great ideas for Thanksgiving crafts for kids and an awesome list of seasonal crafts on her blog with so many to choose from.
Whether you’re with a school group, church group, family or a bunch of friends, take a short road trip to the corn mazes around the Houston area and enjoy the new season outdoors!
Halloween is the one holiday that we allow ourselves to be frightened and scared beyond belief at haunted houses. Fortunately for those in the Houston area, there are several awesome locations to satisfy that desire!
Craft projects can include gifts for teachers, grandparents or even for items to keep around the house. No matter what the project entails, children and parents will have a blast working together while learning and staying busy.
Houston Heights offers charm, entertainment and more, located just minutes from downtown Houston. A day in the Houston Heights is certain to reveal many pleasant surprises.
With great weather almost year round in Texas, hardcore players and novice hitters alike all enjoy working on their batting skills at anytime, on or off season.