Father Christmas, Mother Christmas, and all the Christmas elves welcome children of all ages to our final three-day celebration of the coming Yule-tide season. The Kingdom is transformed into a Christmas wonderland and holiday music fills the lanes. Find the perfect gifts for everyone on your list in our over 400 shoppes. There’s also a holiday costume contest and the pumpkin pie eating contest to add to your Christmas cheer.
This is an intermediate ride and we will average 12 to 14 MPH. Helmets are required.
Running along the marked & unmarked trails at Memorial Park.
Walk Houston’s Hermann Park and, or Texas Medical Center
White Oak Bayou Bike Ride This is a great chance to explore one of the nicer bike friendly paths in Houston.
It should be a good event for those who are going crazy to be indoor! All Walkers and Joggers are welcome for a 3-miles long distance. Please let us know in your RSVP (choose the right option) if you are walking or jogging!
If you don’t want to jog or walk then please come out and socialize with us afterward at the Event’s “Friends & Beers” part!
It’s been a challenge to come up with ideas for new events in this new Pandemic Climate… and then add our summertime heat… Here is a plan that I think can work. As small businesses try to survive, I have found one we can support and where we can meet for a nice easy bike ride.
Are you looking for more than just another happy hour? Our happy hour and volleyball event is a great introductory event to help you get active outdoors and to meet other people who are also looking for more than just happy hour.
Don’t you want to play volleyball? No problem! Plenty of people come out just to socialize on the large patio, play a game of cornhole, or ping pong! Plus, they have a full bar and food truck.
No experience required for volleyball
Olivewood, one of Houston’s first African American cemeteries, lay overgrown and forgotten after it’s last internments sometime in the 1960s. Now, thanks to reclamation efforts by the Descendants of Olivewood organization and countless volunteers, this historical landmark is well on its way to complete recovery.
This is great for hikers looking to train or just stay in shape. Feel free to wear backpacks if you’re getting ready for a trip.
This hike includes balance challenges, bridge crossings, and plenty of up and down to make it interesting.