The CAF Wings Over Houston Airshow is an IRC 501(c)(3) community event presented by the volunteer efforts of the Houston Wing, Gulf Coast Wing , and Tora! Tora! Tora! of the Commemorative Air Force, with support from the Lone Star Flight Museum, Texas Flying Legends Museum, Collings Foundation-Houston based at Ellington Airport, and the Vietnam War Flight Museum. One of the top air shows in the United States, this premier Houston event is dedicated to showcasing vintage World War II aircraft, along with the thrills of modern aviation, and has supported a variety of local and national charities during its 30-year history.
5th annual Croctoberfest
October 28th 2017
10am – 3pm
No reservation required just come see the crocs!
- 10am – CROCtoberfest begins
- 10:30- Alligator Feeding (front lagoon)
- 10:45 – Nile crocodile feeding( Main lagoon)
- 11:00 -Orinoco crocodile feeding
- 11:30 – Blanco feeding
- 12:00 Costume Contest on the CHOMP stage
- 12:30 – Roscoe the Nile crocodile feeding
- 1:30 Stage show on the CHOMP stage
- 2:00 – Orinoco crocodile feeding
- 2:30 – Alligator Feeding (front lagoon)
- 2:45 – Ajax feeding
- 3:00 – Croctoberfest ends
- ALL day events
Pumpkin patch, Giant tortoise feeding, Small alligator lagoon feeding, Face painting, snacks, and more!
Croctoberfest is the only time of year when Crocodile Encounter presents a full day open house for every visitor. It’s a passport adventure that is a great day of family fun. Come out and do something different and help a good cause. Croctoberfest is designed to generate funds for the CAG(Crocodile Advisory Group) that help wild crocodilian populations in their native lands. This years proceeds will benefit the critically endangered Chinese alligator and the magnificent Orinoco crocodile. Bring your friends and family to what is certain to be one of your favorite fall outings and help benefit a worthy cause!
We are back! Set your calendars for Saturday, October 28th for the 2nd Annual Houston Egyptian Festival at Discovery Green from 11 am – 9 pm. Come celebrate the Egyptian culture filled with more than 8000 years of traditions. Learn about all the wonderful things the ancient Egyptians contributed and then fast forward to modern times as you enjoy modern Egyptian culture and enjoy great Egyptian food from the traditionally Egyptian dishes to the Mediterranean, the Middle Eastern and even African-influenced food; in one of Houston’s most awesome outdoor venues. Visit all the pages of our website for more information about how you could be a part of this inaugural event. EgyptFestHouston.com #EgyptFest
Please no pets allowed except service pets, as some are allergic and we are unable to clean up after animals.
Children Tickets – Are complimentary for children 12 years of age and under so long as they are accompanied by an adult & adult must purchase their ticket. 3 children per adult limit.
The 44th Annual British Festival will be Christmas-themed with handmade gifts, baked goods, traditional afternoon tea room, pub food, Highland bagpipers, dancers, magic, clown, face painting and much more. Bring the whole family for fun, entertainment, and a wonderful selection of goodies to sample and take away. Proceeds support local Houston charities.
The East End Collaborative – a community group made up of residents, non-profit organizations, businesses, and religious organizations in Magnolia Park working to revitalize our community. One of our main initiatives is to foster an environment of health and safety in our neighborhood. To help meet this goal, we are organizing our fourth annual Dia de Los Muertos Block Party on Saturday, November 4, 2017 in partnership with the American Legion 472 @ 7599 Avenue C. We will have a full day of events focused on teaching community members safety tips and how to live a healthy life, all while celebrating an important cultural event with lively performances and music!
We are still looking for volunteers and any dancers or musicians who would like to perform at the event. Please do not hesitate to contact us.
The Texas Renaissance Festival invites all public, private,and home school educators and students to join us for the 13th Annual School Days, when our faire is open only to teachers and students! Students step back in time as they enter the sights and sounds of New Market Village, an authentic recreation of a 16th century European village. Students will interact with hundreds of costumed characters representing the courts, culture, art, science, and literature of the Renaissance Period.
Jousting knights, musicians, jesters, and magicians perform on stages and arenas throughout the village. Students will have the opportunity to learn courtly dances, the ancient art of falconry, and the history of arms and armor. Artisans in period dress illustrate the technological advances of the Renaissance age through live demonstrations in pottery, glass blowing, blacksmithing, armor making, and other arts and trades of this amazing period.
Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Optional Lunch Vouchers: $10