September-October 2018 Events

September 10th and October 13th,
11 am – 2 pm
Street Eats Saturdays at Harvest Green
Food trucks with sweet and savory treats will roll up to the Farmhouse at 3400 Harvest Corner Drive Green in Richmond. Visitors will enjoy DJ music, a bounce house and tours of 11 professionally decorated model homes. The event is open to the public. For more information, visit

September 14th, 7 – 9 pm
Music in the Park Summer Series
Relax as you listen to the artist of the night, Chris Boise. There will be food available for purchase. This is free and open to the public at the City Hall Park, located at 402 Morton Street in Richmond. For more information, contact

September 15th, 9 am – 12 noon
Fall Book Sale
The Friends of the Bob Lutts Fulshear/Simonton Branch Library will host a Fall Book Sale in the Annex next door to the library, located at 8100 FM 359 South in Fulshear. There will be adult and children’s books, magazines, DVDs and videos. The proceeds from the book sale helps to underwrite the costs of special programming and various cultural events. For more information, call 281-633-4675.

September 28th – October 7th
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, located at 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

Creating the colorful second place winner in the 2017 Scarecrow Fest “Scarecrowlympics” was Rowena Laine shown here with her husband Daniel Laine and sons Nicolas and Mason.

October 20th, 1 – 6 pm
Scarecrow Fest 2018
Scarecrows will don capes and cowls at the superhero-themed Scarecrow Fest at Cross Creek Ranch, located at 6450 Cross Creek Bend Lane in Fulshear. Resourceful teams will use their super powers for good – and a $1,000 grand prize – in the annual scarecrow-decorating contest. The “ex-straw-dinary” event also includes a carnival, live music, food trucks and free activities for the children. The festival is free and open to the public. All-day carnival tickets are $10 per person. Proceeds from the event benefit the Texana Center. For more information, call 713-528-1047 or visit

October 31st,  7 pm
Ghosts & Grub
The George Ranch Historical Park will open its doors after-hours for a Halloween event like no other. Enjoy a spookingly delightful meal, followed by a lantern walking tour of the park, filled with unique Texas ghost stories, including some tales that originate at the Ranch. This tour will incorporate more than a mile of walking. Guests are encouraged to bring flashlights and good walking shoes. This event is held regardless of the weather conditions and reservations are required. Tickets are $35 per person. Call 281-343-0218 x220 or email