Gold Wing Road Riders rev up to bring cheer
The Deerbrook Mall will hold the Gold Wing Road Riders Toy Drive from 10:30 a.m.-noon Sunday, Dec. 16.
According to a press release from Deerbrook Mall, “The Gold Wing Road Riders Association will gather to rev their motorcycles for a good cause and raise funds for foster children in Northwest Houston. All the motorcycles are decorated for the holidays and visitors are invited to stop and enjoy.”
Deerbrook Mall is at 20131 N. U.S. 59, Humble.
For more information, call 281-446-5300 or visit www.shopdeerbrookmall.com.
Temple Beth Torah celebrates Hanukkah
Temple Beth Torah will hold its Hanukkah service at 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 14.
The service is open to everyone.
According to a press release, “The event is an annual shabbat service and potluck dinner that also includes music, fun and surprises. No pork, shellfish or meat and dairy mixed together for the shared meal.”
Temple Beth Torah is located at 320 Shallow Drive, Humble.
Farmers, artisans market planned in Magnolia
Sweet Magnolia Pickins’ farmers and artisans market will be held 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 15 in Magnolia.
According to a press release from Sweet Magnolia Pickins, “Santa is coming to town and he will be at Sweet Magnolia Pickins, Magnolia’s farmers and artisans market. This combined Christmas craft and farmers market is a great opportunity for people to find the unique along with homemade specialty foods and homegrown produce. Photos with Santa and candy will be available for children visiting the market.”
Tickets are not required, and the event is free.
A free parking lot will be available.
The event will be held at Sweet Magnolia Pickins, at the corner of FM 1488 and FM 1774.
Humble feast serves 3,400 at Thanksgiving
A volunteer corps of 850 people fed about 3,400 at the 2012 Humble Thanksgiving Feast at the Humble Civic Center.
According to a press release, the event had sponsors at many levels who made the event possible. The city of Humble donated the use of the civic center along with staffing.
The signature sponsor for the dinner was Humble Surgical Hospital, and gold level sponsors included Krogers, Houston Gold and Silver, Gulf State Abrasive and Waste Connection.
“We wish that there was a way to individually thank each different business, organization and individual who helped pull this together, but there are just too many, including some who remain anonymous,” said E.B. Beasley, of First United Methodist Church in Humble and leader of the event, according to the release.
For more information, call 281-446-2332.
Kingwood Art Society holds fall art show
The Kingwood Art Society held its fall art show and competition event in November at the pavilion of the Kingwood Country Club.
More than 125 art creations were presented in the competition, which was judged by Tina Szajko, according to a press release.
Shirley Quaid was awarded Best of Show for her oil painting, titled “My Brother and Me.” Tatiana Paeva took the People’s Choice award and a first-place ribbon for her work, “Communication.”
The artwork was displayed and judged in five divisions with eleven categories in each division.
The Kingwood Country Club is at 1700 Lake Kingwood Trail.
For more information, visit www.kingwoodartsociety.com.
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