Tis the Season – Holiday Happenings

The holiday season is the best time to get out and enjoy beautiful and exciting events happening around town! Absolutely! Brazos has you covered with the best places to visit to get you in the holiday spirit and spread cheer. From the Pecan Harvest Festival to the Christmas tree lighting, there’s always something fun to do in Brazos during the holidays!

November 16th, 9 am – 2 pm

Holiday Express & Friends’ Book Sale

George Memorial Library
This holiday season, the George Memorial Library is hosting a family holiday event featuring a “Winter Celebrations” show for children, a market with holiday-themed crafts, a Friends of the Library Book Sale and a quilt raffle. For more information, visit fortbend.lib.tx.us.

November 24th, 11 am – 6 pm

4th Annual Pecan Harvest Festival of Richmond

Historic Downtown Richmond
The Pecan Harvest Festival is returning to Historic Downtown Richmond with many activities for the whole family! Participate in the Bake-off Contest, Car & Truck Show and shop some local vendors. For more information, visit pecan-harvest-festival-tx.com.

November 28th

December 1st, 5:45 – 7:45 pm

Movies on Morton Outdoor Film Featuring “The Grinch”

City Hall Plaza
The City of Richmond’s Movies on Morton Free Outdoor Film is featuring The Grinch! Enjoy this free event with friends, family and residents, with free snacks and beverages provided. Bring your lawn chairs and get ready for a night of fun! For more information, visit richmondtx.gov.

December 6th, 5:45 – 6:30 pm

Richmond’s Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony

City Hall Park Plaza
Experience the joy of the holidays when the holiday tree lights are turned on in Richmond for the first time this season! Join for a night of fun of holiday music, cookies and tons of picture-perfect moments! The lights will be turned on around 6:15 pm. For more information, visit richmondtx.gov.

December 6th, 6 – 9 pm

December 7th, 3 – 9 pm

Rosenberg Christmas Nights

Historic Downtown Rosenberg If you’re excited for cool weather and Christmas music, Rosenberg’s Christmas Nights is the perfect place to channel all of your holiday spirit! Experience the exciting, re-imagined holiday event with a weekend of nightly activities to enhance the magic of the season. For
more information, visit rosenbergtx.gov.

December 6th, 6 – 8 pm

December 7th, 4 – 8 pm

Candlelight Tours of the Historic 1883 Moore Mansion

Fort Bend Museum
The 1883 Moore Mansion is getting decked out for the holidays! Enjoy the Candlelight Ball & Tour and get in the holiday spirit with performances of popular holiday tunes, a craft shop and silent auction. All proceeds benefit the preservation and educational efforts of the Fort Bend Museum. For more information,
visit fortbendmuseum.org.

December 6th & 8th, 10 am – 4 pm

December 7th, 10 am – 5 pm

Vintage Market Days

Fort Bend County Fair Grounds Vintage Market Days is a vintage-inspired market featuring antiques, original art, clothing, jewelry, home décor, handmade treasures and more. Each day is an opportunity for vendors to display their passions and talents. For more information, visit vintagemarketdays.com.

December 7th, 5 – 9 pm

Fulshear’s Festival of Lights

Downtown Fulshear
The annual Fulshear’s Festival of Lights is back for the holiday season! Enjoy live music, food trucks and the Christmas tree lighting at 5 pm! For more information, visit fulshearkaty.com.

December 14th & 21st, 6 – 9 pm

Campfire Christmas

George Ranch Historical Park
At this family-friendly event, take a trip back in time to experience what Christmas was like from the 1830s-1930s! There will be tours at main historic sites, such as the Jones family log cabin and the George Ranch Home, so come discover Christmas through the years! For more information, visit georgeranch.org.

December 25th

December 31st, 11 am – 2 pm

New Year’s Eve Historical Bash

George Ranch Historical Park
Prepare for the New Year’s countdown with a historical mask-making and noisemaking craft, and learn the dos and don’ts of “first-footing.” A countdown will be held at noon at the 1830s Jones Stock Farm. For
more information, visit georgeranch.org.