November 2016 Events

November 1st – 15th, 9 am – 5 pm

The Gobbler Cobbler Bake Sale

Make your Thanksgiving meal special withthe George Ranch Historical Park’s famous frozen peach, apple and black cherry cobblers! Orders must be placed by Tuesday, November 15th and can be picked up at the Visitor’s Center, located at 10215 FM 762 in Richmond. To order, call 281-343-0218 or email

November 4th and 5th

Sugar Plum Market

The Fort Bend Junior Service League and Memorial Hermann present the 16th Annual Sugar Plum Market. This year’s “Making Spirits Bright” Market will be held at the Stafford Centre, located at 10505 Cash Road, and will feature more than 100 vendors from across Texas. Hours are Friday, November 4th from 9 am to 8 pm and Saturday, November 5th from 9 am to 5 pm. A special Preview Night shopping event will be on Thursday, November 3rd from 6 pm to 10 pm. To purchase tickets,  visit

200-prairieNovember 5th, 10 am – 4 pm

Prairie Heritage Festival

This free, educational and family-oriented outdoor event promotes an understanding of what Texas looked like before settlers came. Experience nature tours, horse-drawn wagon rides, live animals, performers, kids crafts and exhibits at Seabourne Creek Nature Park, located at 3831 Highway 36 in Rosenberg. Visit or call 281-633-7042 for more information.

November 8th, 9:30 am

Pecan Grove Women’s Club Meeting

Pecan Grove Women’s Club welcomes all women who enjoy laughter, conversation and who want to become further involved in their community to Pecan Grove Plantation Country Club, located at 3000 Plantation Drive in Richmond. The gathering will begin with coffee and visiting, and a presentation on sex trafficking and business meeting will follow at 10 am. Call 281-344-8055  or email

November 19th, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

Sample Native American Foods

During this come-and-go event at the George Memorial Library, located at 1001 Golfview Drive in Richmond, sample some of the traditional foods of Native American tribes who once resided in Texas. Beef jerky, roasted pumpkin seeds and pumpkin and huckleberry breads will be available, as well as fry breads from the Lipan Apache, Choctaw, Kiowa and Chickasaw tribes.  Call 281-342-4455.

November 19th, 6 pm

Best in the West

Join The Arc of Fort Bend for their annual barbecue dinner, dance and auction at George Ranch Arena, located at 10215 FM 762 in Richmond. The Triumphs will entertain the crowd, and barbecue dinners from the Swinging Door will be served. Get ready for one of the best live auctions around, as well as “Ace in the Hole” big board and the biggest silent auction in Fort Bend County! Visit or call  281-494-5959.

November 23rd, 3 pm

The Princess and the Pea

Performed by Houston Grand Opera’s “Opera to Go” at the Bob Lutts Fulshear/Simonton Branch Library, this family-friendly, light opera is recommended for children in grades 2 through 8. This operatic treatment of the classic Hans Christian Andersen tale features an unsteady prince, an overbearing queen and a mountain of mattresses. The library is located at 8100 FM 359 South in Fulshear. A free hand stamp is required for admission. Call 281-633-4675.