2015 4th of July Festivities – in and around Lake Houston

Friday, July 3, 2015

Kings Harbor Concert & Fireworks
Friday, July 3 at 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Kings Harbor – 1660 West Lake Houston Pkwy, Kingwood, Texas 77345
The evening kicks off with a spot-on Elvis tribute performance from Vince King.  To cap off the celebration, guests will enjoy a fireworks show off of the pier at 9:30 PM.  Bring blankets, chairs, beverages and coolers to enjoy the festivities

Saturday, July 4, 2015 Festivals and Fireworks

Town Center Park – 8 N Main Street Kingwood, TX 77339
Saturday, July 4, 2015
Festival begins at 2 pm, Fireworks start at 9 pm
Live music, craft and food booths, kids jumping castles and bungee jump, fireworks

The Kingwood Civic Club will host its annual Fourth of July parade, which begins at 10 am at Creekwood Middle School and ends at Kingwood High School.  There will also be a bike rodeo lineup that will meet at 9 am across the street from Creekwood Middle School, 3603 W Lake Houston Pkwy, Kingwood. Children are invited to come out with their bicycles decorated.

The Atascocita Community Improvement Association community’s Fourth of July Parade will be held Saturday, July 4th with the parade scheduled to begin at 9:00 am.  The Parade will end at The Overlook (former Country Club) where refreshments will be available and prizes will be awarded for decorated bikes, wagons, golf carts and pets.

The Overlook invites the community to celebrate the Fourth of July with a Patio Dance featuring the Mambo Jazz Kings. The event runs from 6:00 pm -10:00 pm.  Bring picnic blankets, chairs, non-alcoholic beverages and coolers to enjoy the festivities  They will light up the night with a Fireworks Show at 9:30 pm. Donations accepted for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The Overlook is located at 20114 Pinehurst Drive. Humble, Texas 77346.

The Crosby Church invites the community to join them in a patriotic celebration. They are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and join in the celebration which starts at 7:00 pm.  There will be a concert, concessions, inflatables, entertainment and fireworks at 9:00 pm. Crosby Church is located at 5725 Highway 90 in Crosby.

The First Baptist Church in Huffman welcomes the community to join them July 4 starting at 7:30 pm. for a car show followed by fireworks and food. The event is open the public and there is no charge.

Forest Cove will also hold their annual Fourth of July Parade starting with the line up at 9:00 am and the parade will start at 10:00 am in front of the Forest Cove Community Center.  After the parade, they will have their traditional barbecue lunch where adult tickets cost $10 and $5 for kids under 10. There will also be games for kids, live music and raffle prizes. The barbecue lunch with accompanying desserts will be served at 12:00 pm.

The city of Roman Forest will host the 40th Annual July 4 Celebration, with events being held throughout the day on July 4th. The event will kick off with a parade, which is set to begin at 10:00 am.  Line up starts at 9:00 am.  The fireworks begin around 9:00 pm and lasts approximately 15 to 20 minutes. Each year, city officials strive to make the fireworks show equal to or better than the last, with this year expected to be the biggest yet.

The Woodlands has an entire day of activities planned for Fourth of July. It starts with a parade at 9:00 am at Grogan’s Mill Road and Lake Woodlands Drive and ends at dusk with a fireworks display off the shore of Lake Robbins.

This information is provided by Amy Craft, Account Executive with Old Republic Title located in Kingwood, TX and serving Kingwood, Humble, Atascocita as well as surrounding areas in NE Houston. For more information about Old Republic Title or to find a branch near you, contact Amy today at 832-727-2102 or by email ACraft@OldRepublicTitle.com.

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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