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Enjoy the Fine Bay Area’s Cultural Arts this Holiday Season!
Posted In: Clear Lake News | Dickinson News | Events & Attractions | Nassau Bay News Posted by Pam Moore on 12/05/2013

Clear Lake Symphony’s Christmas Pops Concert, Dec 6th and 7th

Concert Location:
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church Auditorium
7:30 PM
18220 Upper Bay Rd Nassau Bay
Click on Address For Map

Tickets Are Available for Pre-Purchase by Mail At:
Clear Lake Symphony Tickets
P.O. Box 890582
Houston, Texas  77289-0582


EYE TRENDS 515 Bay Area Blvd, Suite 300 (next to Starbuck's)

OR At the Ticket Counter Prior to the Concert
$13 - Adults
$8 - Students
$10 - Senior Citizens 55+

Clear Lake Symphony's annual Christmas "Pops" Concert, with Associate Conductor Robert F. Wall, will be presented on Friday, December 6 and Saturday, December 7, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. in the Gloria Dei Lutheran Church Auditorium. The Symphony will perform a melody of Christmas Seasonal Favorites and also well-known classical works.

Guest Artists: Gloria Dei Lutheran Festival Choir. The concert has become a Bay Area holiday tradition for many of our local residents. Seating is available on a first-come/first-served basis. So get your group together and plan to join us for a wonderful holiday celebration.

Bay Area Houston Ballet & Theatre Presents The Nutcracker, Dec 6-8 and Dec 13-15

Performances are held at University of Houston Clear Lake-Bayou Theatre; Dates, times and ticket information can be found at the BHBT website.

Bay Area Chorus of Greater Houston Christmas Concert, December 7 at 7:30pm

The Bay Area Chorus of Greater Houston’s 49th Concert Season continues with “Musical Moments – Christmas Mystery”. The concert is scheduled for Saturday, December 7 at 7:30pm at Webster Presbyterian Church, 201 W. NASA Parkway in Webster. Settings of O Magnum Mysterium by de Victoria, de Cristo, and Stadlmayr will be interspersed in Season of Carols arr. Shaw-Parker. Guest Choirs include: Beverly Hills Intermediate School, Pasadena ISD; Clear Springs High School Chamber Choir, Clear Creek ISD; and Stephen F. Austin Elementary Choir, Goose Creek Consolidated ISD.

Theatre Groups Present “A Christmas Carol” 

Dickinson -Bay Area Harbour Playhouse
“A Christmas Carol” by Bennie Nipper will be presented on stage at the Bay Area Harbour Playhouse, 3803 Hwy 3, Dickinson, from December 6th through December 22nd. The show schedule is: Fridays & Saturdays, 8pm; Sundays, 2:30pm. Ticket information can be found at harbourplayhouse.com.

Nassau Bay -Clear Creek Community Theatre
The classic holiday play, “A Christmas Carol” is scheduled to run from December 6th through December 22nd. Clear Creek Theatre is located at 18091 Upper Bay Road in Nassau Bay. For more information and ticket prices, go to clearcreektheatre.org.

By Pam Moore, Feature Blogger for Brockway Realty

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October Brings Halloween Family-Fun Activities in the Bay Area
Posted In: Dickinson News | Events & Attractions | Kemah News | League City News | Nassau Bay News Posted by Pam Moore on 10/15/2013

October is the season for fall colors, (hopefully) cooler weather, and Halloween FUN!

The Kemah Boardwalk has many activities/events scheduled to celebrate ‘All Hallow’s Eve’. The sights and sounds of Boo on the Boardwalk can be found at the Dungeon of Doom Haunted House and the Little Boo Haunted Fun House. Pumpkin decorating, costume contests, music, and trick or treating is also available for young and old tricksters. A Costume Contest for ages 12 and under will be held October 19th and 26th; kids will have a chance to win some great prizes. Boo on the Boardwalk is open to the public through October 31st on Mondays-Thursdays from 6pm to 10pm; Fridays from 6pm to 11pm; Saturdays from 2pm to midnight; and Sundays from 2pm to 10pm. Kemah Boardwalk is located on Kipp Avenue in Kemah, Texas. For more information about all these activities, click on the image above.

The Kemah Lighthouse Maze, located at 409 Bradford Avenue in Kemah, has been transformed into Kemah’s Little House of Horrors. The 10,000 square foot attraction is advertised as: “Not for Young Children”. Those who want to brave the maze will find an elevated catwalk, and outdoor cemetery and much more. There are early exits if someone gets too scared; those who brave the entire maze will emerge at the Kemah Picnic Park. Kemah’s Little House of Horrors is open on Thursday-Sunday from 6pm to midnight through October 31st. For more information about Kemah’s Little House of Horrors, click on the image above.

The City of Nassau Bay will celebrate the season during Halloween in the Park on Saturday, October 26th, at the Lake Nassau Park from 6:30pm to 9pm. The haunted peninsula will feature a campfire where stories about how the area came to be haunted will be told and s’mores will be made. Hunting for ghosts will be encouraged! Music, costume contest, pumpkin carving, arts & crafts, and more will be held at the park pavilion. A hayride shuttle will take attendees back and forth from the peninsula to the pavilion.

Helen Hall Library, located in League City at 100 West Walker Street, will welcome Trick-or-Treaters (grades K-5) on Thursday, October 31st in the Library Theater to celebrate Halloween with a craft to make and treats. The Library will welcome all Trick-or-Treaters from 1pm to 8pm; treats will be available (while supplies last).

League City’s Volunteer Fire Department’s Fire Station 4 celebrates Halloween during their Annual Haunted House, on Saturday, October 26th, from 7pm to 10pm.  Fire Station 4 is located at 175 West Bay Area Blvd, League City. This free event is open to children aged 12 and under, and 12 and up. Volunteer Fire Personnel will be handing out treats and fire prevention giveaways.

The Dickinson Police Department will host a Halloween Party on Thursday, October 31st, at Department Headquarters, located at 4000 Liggio in Dickinson, from 5:30pm to 8pm. This event will include a costume contest and officers will hand out treats.

By Pam Moore, Feature Blogger for Brockway Realty

Tagged With: Dickinson | Dickinson Events & Attractions | Dickinson News | Halloween | Helen Hall Library | Kemah | Kemah Boardwalk | Kemah Events & Attractions | Kemah News | League City | League City Events & Attractions | League City News | Nassau Bay | Nassau Bay Events & Attractions | Nassau Bay News

Dickinson Festival of Lights Begin Shining on November 26th
Posted In: Dickinson News | Events & Attractions Posted by Pam Moore on 11/16/2012

By Pam Moore for Brockway Realty

Beginning on the evening of November 26 and ending on the evening of January 1st (2013), Dickinson Festival of Lights invite you to enjoy their holiday celebration! A community of retirees, business men and women, and high school students has been getting together since 2003 to put together this amazing spectacle of lights in Paul Hopkins Park.

The festival originally began in a different location in Dickinson, but with the increased popularity and growth of lighting displays, they had to find a much larger place. Now a tradition in Dickinson, many families flock to Paul Hopkins Park to see what is new every year, take photos, and leisurely walk through the myriad of holiday lights. While visiting the festival you can hear holiday music, enjoy a hot cup of cocoa or a snack, purchase a blinky-light trinket, decorate a cookie, or visit with Santa Claus! This local attraction is definitely a labor of love, and there is NO admission charge.

Because of the festival’s popularity, parking started to become an issue at Paul Hopkins Park, so a FREE shuttle bus service was started to help get people in and out to enjoy the lights without a hassle. You can park free of charge at the Dickinson Plaza Shopping Center (Exit 19-Hwy 517) I-45 feeder Road. The shuttle runs at regular intervals and Dickinson Police Officers usually help with traffic control. You can find more information about parking HERE.

Many years ago, I took this photo of the men very close to my heart. The winding tunnel of lights was my son’s favorite section at that time. When he was much younger, he was brave enough to tell Santa his “secret wishes”.

Dickinson Festival of Lights
For more information about the Dickinson Festival of Lights, please visit their website:  www.dickinsonfestivaloflights.org .When you visit, please look for the donation boxes and help support this free attraction so the displays may continue to delight both young and old for many years to come.

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