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Found 3 blog entries for October 2014.

With Halloween soon to be a distant memory, families can turn their attention to the next holiday on the bill. Thanksgiving may not have the same glamorous appeal and excitement that is often associated with flashy, in-your-face Halloween, but the holiday has a certain homely and nostalgic charm that many find absolutely intoxicating. More than a time of year to cede to your gluttonous impulses, this holiday is founded on a long tradition of bringing families closer together. Here are 5 Fall and Thanksgiving Events for you and your family to enjoy this season.

5) The Woodlands 19th Annual Children’s Festival, Nov.8th and 9th – The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion.

This is an event for children ranging in age from kindergarten to grade 5. This fun,…

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village-of-creekside-parkThe Village of Creekside Park is made up of the award-winning master-planned community: The Woodlands. If you're looking for an up and coming village in The Woodlands, this is a good candidate.

Once completed, Creekside Park will accommodate 6,255 residences in a variety of housing ranging from elegant single-family homes starting in the $300s to multi-million dollar estates. Over 3,240 families call this wonderful community home, and for good reason.

Parkland at Your Doorstep at Creekside Park

Creekside Park is one of those communities that just keep getting better. The 9th village to be built in The Woodlands, Creekside Park features 1,850 acres of parkland. There are many beautiful sights to behold just steps from your front door. Many of…

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Come out and enjoy Grogan's Mill's Weekly Market

the village of grogan's millThe Village of Grogan's Mill Farmers Market is now open every Sunday from 8am to 12am. The farmers market is one of the longest running in the area and is the only of its kind open year-round, rain or shine. Organized by the Grogan's Mill Village Association, the market is unique for its emphasis on naturally produced and locally sourced products, with all proceeds going to local charities. The weekly market was conceived as a great way to raise money for great local causes while promoting the Grogan's Mill Shopping Center as well as the community as a whole. The market currently makes its home in the parking lot of Randall's Food Market along Switchbud Place.

A Wide Selection of Natural Local…

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