April 2016 Events

April 1st, 6 pm – Midnight

Raising Dollars for Scholars Take 2

The Needville Education Foundation presents an evening of dinner,
dance and auction at KC Hall, located at 13631 Highway 36 in Needville. Tickets are $25 and include dinner by Schulze’s BBQ and music by DJ Jody Tekyl. The event will raise funds to support educational grants within Needville ISD. Call 979-793-4308 or visit www.needvilleisd.com.

200-crawfishApril 2nd, 1 – 7 pm

4th Annual Crawfish Boil and Pig Roast Benefiting the Vincent Morales Campaign

Vincent M. Morales, Jr. will host his annual event at the Morales
Party Barn, located at 5030 Bryan Road in Rosenberg, to help raise funds for his campaign for Fort Bend County Commissioner of Precinct 1. The event will feature freshly cooked crawfish and a pig roast provided by Meat House BBQ. Other attractions include The Nigel Edison Band, Styx Lounge and a Kid Zone sponsored by Gingerbread Kids’ Academy. Contact Mindy Cernosek at moralescampaign@yahoo.com or 832-797-1331 to register.


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April 2nd, 7:30 – 10:30 pm

BR Vino 4th Anniversary Celebration

Celebrate BR Vino’s 4th Anniversary with great company, food, wine and beer at 1919 Avenue G in Rosenberg. Local rockers Leftooright will provide live entertainment. Visit www.brvino.com or call 832-595-2881.

April 9th, 11 am – 5 pm

RailFest 2016

Rail fans young and old are invited to this 7th annual family-friendly celebration at the Rosenberg Railroad Museum, located at 1921 Avenue F in Rosenberg. An all-out celebration of the Railroading Heritage of Fort Bend County, RailFest 2016 features a model trail layout show, museum open house, trackless train, balloon artist, kids’ area with fun and games, live music, great food and much more! Call 281-633-2846 or visit www.rosenbergrrmuseum.org.

200-autoApril 10th, 11 am – 4 pm

3rd Annual AutoRama at the Ranch

The George Ranch High School Band Booster Club’s (GRBBC) community-wide fundraiser is a unique car show featuring over 100 sports, classic, muscle, exotic, tuner, sport compact and low rider cars, as well as motorcycles. Visit with car owners, enjoy live music and tasty food from food truck vendors and much more. All proceeds directly benefit the GRBBC band students and program. Contact president@grhsband.org.

April 16th, 9 am

1860s Quilting Bee

A quilting bee is in full swing at The George Ranch Historical Park’s 1860s Ryon Prairie Home, located at 10215 FM 762 in Richmond. Come try your hand at quilting on the communal quilt or bring your own projects to work with others. Cost is included with general park admission. Call 281-343-0218 or e-mail info@georgeranch.org.

April 23rd, 9 – 11 am

The State of Autism 2016: A Family Forum

Hope For Three wants to give families, friends and the community the tools they need to support individuals living with autism at a free event at Santikos Palladium, located at 7301 West Grand Parkway South in Richmond. Attendees will receive information about living with autism from autism experts in the fields of insurance, public policy, applied behavior analysis, first responders, speech therapy, special education and neurology. To register, visit www.hopeforthree.org or call 281-245-0640.

200-flowerApril 30th, 9 am

Photography Day at the Park

Bring a camera and discover the wonders of spring at The George Ranch Historical Park, located at 10215 FM 762 in Richmond. Guided photography walking tours will be offered at 9 am and 4 pm. Call 281-343-0218 or visit www.georgeranch.org.