September-October 2017 Events

By Molly Cardenas –

Every Saturday, 9 am – 1 pm

Fulshear Farmers’ Market
Hello, autumn – it’s harvest time! Where better to check locally grown, fresh and seasonal goods than your friendly neighborhood farmers’ market? Visit Fulshear Farmers’ market, located at 1093 Bois D’Arc Lane, every Saturday. Call 713-703-4129 or visit for more information.

September 8th, 7 – 9 pm

Music in the Park
Time to unplug! Drive over to Wessendorf Park for live musical entertainment, featuring local singer/songwriter Kayla Gulley. Hosted by the Historic Richmond Association, this outdoor event is a great opportunity to support local talent and get the kids outside! Email for more information.

September 11th, 18th, 25th,

8 am – 5 pm

Do Well Be Well with Diabetes
People with diabetes fight daily for their health, but they shouldn’t have to sacrifice their daily happiness. Learn the tools and strategies to do just that from Dr. Dianne Gertson at the OakBend Medical Center, located at 1705 Jackson Street. Call Joy Davis at 281-342-3034 or email to register.

September 11th, 11 am – 12 pm

Rope Cutting

for Joe Joe Bear Foundation
The Joe Joe Bear foundation is well-known for providing teddy bears to children with life-threatening illnesses. Help family, friends and the Fulshear Chamber of Commerce kick off their annual golf tournament with a ribbon-cutting event meant to unite community and support a well-deserved charity. Visit for more information.

September 29th, 8:45 am

Rosenberg Lions Club 5K Run
The Rosenberg Lions Club and the Fort Bend County Fair have one major value in common – giving back to the Fort Bend Community. Their annual 5K Run not only kicks off the parade and fair festivities, it raises money for the County Fair Scholarship Fund, as well as for the Lions Club Charities Fund. Tracing the parade route from the Historic Courthouse at 301 Jackson Street all the way to the Rosenberg Walgreens at Jennetta Street, participants will usher in funds and fun. Call Liz Gerstenberger at 281-380-9728 or email to register.

September 29th, 9 am

Fort Bend County Fair Parade
Awaited almost as anxiously as the County Fair itself, the County Fair Parade proudly displays its passion for community and tradition each year. This year 200 parade entries with the theme of “Serving Youth Today for a Better Tomorrow” are sure to captivate large crowds and give an exciting start to the County Fair.Visit for more information.

September 29th – October 8th

Fort Bend County Fair & Rodeo
It’s that time of year again, so wrangle up your friends and family and giddy on up to the Fort Bend County Fair & Rodeo held at the Fort Bend County Fairgrounds, 4310 Highway 36 South. Whether you’re a cowboy, a thrill-seeker, a shopper or a foody, there’s a little somethin’ for everyone down at the fair. It only comes once a year, so get to steppin’, y’all!
For more information,  visit

September 29th – October 8th

Grapes on the Brazos
As much fun as the Fort Bend County Fair is for kids, parents deserve to have some adult fun. Enjoy a glass of wine with friends at the Fair’s high-styled wine event, located in Building W behind the Texas Stage. Take a break from the funnel cakes and enjoy the sophistication of white and red wine, assorted snacks and live entertainment – all under the comfort of air conditioning. For more information, call 281-342-6171 or visit

October 14th, 7 – 11 pm

Couture for the Cause
Raising money for a cause as complex as cancer can be hard work, but The American Cancer Society knows that it
can be fun, too! Their fundraising event, Couture for the Cause, is an annual fashion show with a new theme called Garden Glitz. Show off your style and indulge in food stations catered by local restaurants and a raffle sponsored by Plaza Jewelers. The event will be held at The Farmhouse at 3400 Harvest Corner Dr. in Richmond. For more information, call 713-706-5635 or email

October 28th, 9 am

All Hallows Day
We all know that Halloween is one of the spookiest, sweetest holidays there is, but have you ever wondered why? Find out while enjoying historic games, candy and trick-or-treating at the George Ranch Historical Park. For more information, call 281-343-0218 or visit

October 28th, 7 – 11 pm

Red Barn Festival
It’s time dust off those cowboy hats and break out those boots for Fulshear’s Red Barn Festival, located at Red Potato Market, 9114 FM 1489. This live country music event embodies everything the beautiful town of Fulshear has to offer: friends, food and festivals. Featured musicians include George Ducan, Jesse Raub Jr.and any many more. Visit www. for more information.