Wednesday, October 20, 2010 – Weekend Happenings

If you are looking for something to do in and around Houston, here are a few events to bring the family to.

35th Annual Texas Renaissance Festival
When: Oct. 9 through Nov. 28

Where: Between Magnolia and Plantersville
Website and phone: www.texrenfest.comor call 1-800-458-3435

Touted as the largest of its kind in the country, the Texas Renaissance Festival celebrates turning 36 this year with all the men in tights, turkey legs and fireworks you could wish for. Set on 53 acres about 45 minutes from Houston, founder George Coulam has recreated an 16th century village with more than 340 shoppes, games of skill and human-powered rides for the young and young at heart.

Houston Cellar Classic
When: Oct. 21-23

Where: Various sites around Houston
Web: www.houstoncellarclassic.com

Presenting the premier celebration of wine and food in Houston. Take advantage of fantastic wine tastings, food and wine pairings, a cigar and wine tasting and the chance to purchase extraordinary wines.

The festival of wine and food concludes with the Grand Tasting Experience Oct. 23 at The Tasting Room at Uptown Park. Taste 100 wines, sample foods from Houston’s finest restaurants and listen to great live music.

29th Island OktoberFest
When: Oct. 22-23

Where: adjacent to Galveston Island’s First Lutheran Church
Website: www.firstlutherangalveston.com

Historic downtown Galveston will come alive when the 29th annual Island Oktoberfest kicks off Oct. 22 from 5-11 p.m. This fun, family weekend of great music, authentic German food, libations, auction, raffle, games, and much more will continue with new extended hours on Oct. 23, from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Festival-goers are sure to enjoy a variety of popular sounds to dance to throughout the two-day celebration. Island Oktoberfest, hosted by First Evangelical Lutheran Church and co-sponsored by Del Papa Distributing Company, will feature the music of Galveston’s popular Midlife Crisis band on Friday evening at 7 p.m. Performing Saturday night at 7 p.m. is Haywire, one of Austin’s most popular Country/ Western and contemporary groups.

 

27th Annual Texian Market Days Festival
When: Oct. 22-23

Where: George Ranch Historical Park
Website: www.georgeranch.org

Experience the sights, smells and activities of days gone by at the 27th annual Texian Market Days festival.

The family-friendly living history festival features interactive activities, Civil War camps and battle re-enactments, historic home tours, archeological digs, food and live entertainment. It is roughly divided into four historical eras – the 1830s, 1860s, 1890s and 1930s.

Wings Over Houston
When: Oct. 23-24

Where: Ellington Airport
Website: www.wingsoverhouston.com

The 26th Annual Wings Over Houston Airshow takes place at Ellington Airport with thrilling aerial performances, aerobatics and demonstrations. The United States Air Force Thunderbirds will amaze and captivate audiences with the team’s precision formations in the F-16C Fighting Falcon.

The 2010 Wings Over Houston Airshow features amazing aerobatic performances by Sean D. Tucker and Team Oracle, Julie Clark in the Chevron Mentor, and John Klatt Airshows. The always-popular Tora! Tora! Tora! will re-enact the World War II air power attack on Pearl Harbor.

A new addition to this year’s line up is the Smoke-n-Thunder USO Jet Car, a 26-foot long rocket that never leaves the ground.

Ziegenbock Music Festival
When: Oct. 23-24

Where: Sam Houston Race Park
Website: www.theshowgrounds.com

The 8th Annual ZiegenBock Music Festival returns to Sam Houston Race Park with more music than ever before offering fans two days of red dirt country music from 16 bands.

The popular festival, which hosted more than 21,600 fans last year, will take place in the grass field located next to Sam Houston Race Park’s West Lot, featuring performances all day long on the Bud Light and ZiegenBock stages from a variety of top national and Texas country acts.

The 2010 festival will feature performances from: Gary Allan, The Band Perry, Hayes Carll, Roger Creager, Randy Houser, Jerrod Nieman, No Justice, Brandon Rhyder and Whiskey Myers plus very other special guests.

This information is provided by Amy Rocka, Realtor with Keller Williams Realty NE located in Kingwood, TX and serving Kingwood, Humble, Atascocita as well as surrounding areas. For more information about buying or selling a home, contact Amy today at 713-806-9458 or by email Amy@AmyRocka.com.  Visit Amy’s website today.  You can find Amy Rocka on Facebook, Twitter and you can become a Fan.

 

About AmyCraft

I've made a commitment to serve the real estate needs of my community - one family and one home at a time. My real estate knowledge and expertise are completely dedicated to you. I am a Graduate of Champions School of Real Estate and came into the real estate profession with an education background. Prior to working in real estate I was the owner of a successful daycare center. My career as an educator was very rewarding and taught me many things that I believe I have benefited from in the real estate industry. I have learned such things as negotiating with people while always keeping their best interest in mind, listening to what they are saying, maintaining flexibility and understanding, performing multiple tasks simultaneously and how to be assertive yet remaining calm under the most stressful situations. A real estate deal may be the biggest financial transaction a person will ever make. I try to respond to peoples concerns and fears with as much information as I can provide. Most importantly, I want to make sure my clients are comfortable with a certain price range rather than trying to push the pre-approved amount on them. I'm not a pushy Realtor, but I'm aggressive when it comes to getting my clients what they want. Whether you're looking to buy or sell, I can get your home sold, or find you the home you've been dreaming of. Either way, my goal is to make your experience comfortable, guided, fast, and efficient. After all "Nobody Knows The Area Better Than A Good Neighbor".
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