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Kemah Jingle on the Boardwalk and Christmas Boat Lane Parade
Posted In: Events & Attractions | Kemah News Posted by Pam Moore on 12/05/2013

Kemah Celebrates the Holidays with “Jingle on the Boardwalk”, December 7th  

You can spend the day in Kemah at the Boardwalk, 609 Bradford, and really “get your jingle on” during all the activities planned on Saturday, December 7th, at Jingle on the Boardwalk.

Schedule of Events:
9am – 5pm, Santa’s Workshop (crafts, coloring sheets, and treats);
10am – 10:30am, Jingle Parade;
10am – 5pm, Performances at the Events Plaza by local students;
12pm – 4pm, Christmas Carol-oke;
1pm – 5pm, Starbucks Cheer Party (coloring pages, treats, specials on Starbucks beverages);
1pm – 9pm, Pictures with Santa;
5pm – 9pm, Performance by “The Revelators” at the Events Plaza.
A Toys for Tots donation station will be set up under the Palapa Stage throughout December.

52nd Annual Christmas Boat Lane Parade –Clear Lake to Galveston Bay

One of the oldest holiday traditions in the Bay Area is League City’s Christmas Boat Lane Parade, which began with just a few boats celebrating the holiday. Today many boats participate and thousands view this event which will be held on Saturday, December 14th, beginning at 7pm. There will be hundreds of festively decorated powered and sailing vessels, each with its own holiday theme. Watch and hear them cruise down the Clear Lake Channel from the South Shore Harbour Marina and the Nassau Bay Lagoon, under the FM146 Bridge, past the Kemah Boardwalk and out to Galveston Bay. Come out and experience the Boat Lane Parade, it’s a Coastal Holiday Tradition!

By Pam Moore, Feature Blogger for Brockway Realty

Tagged With: Kemah | Kemah Boardwalk | Kemah Events & Attractions

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

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Iron Eagle Zip Line Opens at the Kemah Boardwalk
Posted In: Events & Attractions | Kemah News Posted by Pam Moore on 09/24/2013

Get ready to soar like an eagle! For those adventurous enough, (and have no fear of heights), the Iron Eagle Zip Line, manufactured by Soaring Eagle Zipline, Inc., officially opened at the Kemah Boardwalk on September 12.

The zip line reaches a height of 10 stories; the 2-person chair-lift style seating holds riders in place with a seat belt. There is a height requirement to take the ride; you must be either taller than 42”, or 42” to 48” if accompanied by an adult. The ride is located in front of the Lighthouse Buffet and Landry’s Restaurant and extends across the Boardwalk to the top of the Boardwalk Inn. Iron Eagle riders will experience a trip of 400 feet in length traveling up to 30mph.

The Iron Eagle Zip Line is not the tallest ride at the Kemah Boardwalk; the free-fall Drop Zone ranks tallest at the complex.  The Eagle Zip Line, the 13th land-based ride located at the entertainment complex, joins: the Boardwalk Bullet, Drop Zone, Boardwalk Tower, Aviator, Ferris Wheel, Wipeout, Pharaoh’s Fury, Inverter, Balloon Wheel, Red Baron, Jungle Bounce, C.P. Huntington Train, and the Double-Decker Carousel. More information about each ride and ticket prices are posted on the Kemah Boardwalk’s website.

Soaring Eagle Zipline Inc. was formed in 2010 and is located in Logan Utah. Stan Checketts, engineer and designer, has spent many years creating rides. He is best known for his design of the world’s tallest thrill ride, the Stratosphere in Las Vegas, Nevada, and the world’s fastest roller coaster. In 2012, Soaring Eagle Zipline installed a ride at the Royal Gorge Bridge and Park at Canon City, Colorado.

By Pam Moore for Brockway Realty

Tagged With: Kemah | Kemah Boardwalk | Kemah Events & Attractions | Kemah News

Kemah’s Greek Food & Wine Festival Offers “Fun on the Bay, The Greek Way”
Posted In: Events & Attractions | Kemah News Posted by Pam Moore on 09/06/2013

It’s time again to “Get Your Greek On” when the Kemah Greek Food and Wine Festival is held September 13-15, at the 6th Street Lot adjacent to the Kemah’s Visitor’s Center. This event has been held for 20 years and has outgrown its previous location at Clear Lake Park; large crowds are expected this year. Experience the Greek Culture with live music, Greek food and wine, dancing, kid’s entertainment! Thymios Partalas and the Papahatzis Greek Super American Band will be the main headliner for musical entertainment all three days of this event.

New activities being held this year are: grape stomping, Spartan Arm-Wrestling matches, a Greek pizza-eating contest and a Toga Fun Run that could attract upwards of 300 sheet-clad athletes. Over the three days, visitors can also enjoy Greek cooking demonstrations and visit a market selling items such as olive oil, olive trees, gifts and T-shirts.

The Festival will be held Friday, 4-10pm; Saturday, 10am-10pm; and Sunday,10am-6pm. Tickets are $8 online and $10 at the gate. More information can be found on the event’s website.

By Pam Moore for Brockway Realty

Tagged With: Kemah | Kemah Events & Attractions | Kemah News | Kemah’s Greek Food & Wine Festival

Kemah Picnic Parks Offer Shade & More to Visitors
Posted In: Events & Attractions | Kemah News Posted by Pam Moore on 07/11/2013

Hugh Lazenberry and business partner, Shane Tallman, have enjoyed success in their new venue “The Kemah Lighthouse Maze” located in the Lighthouse District. Now, thanks to these gentlemen, anyone visiting the Kemah Boardwalk entertainment area can find a place to sit, enjoy a picnic lunch, and most importantly SHADE from the summer Texas Sun. Kemah Picnic Park has also been made possible by the kind support of area businesses sponsoring a palapa, a table, a palm, etc.

The Kemah Picnic Park will soon be complete and a grand opening ceremony will be held-no date at present. There will be three phases in this development; the first (and almost completed) phase is located at 409 Bradford Avenue, next to the Kemah Lighthouse Maze, in the Lighthouse District. Tables fitted with custom palapa umbrellas and benches are located throughout the park. Free Wi-Fi and outlets to recharge electronic devices, water fountains, ATMs, and a featured activity is also part of this unique plan.

This concept is a “no brainer” and has been a long-time coming, but thanks to Lazenberry and Tallman, visitors will have a place to regroup, recharge, and find shade from the extreme summer sun. You can follow the progress of the Kemah Picnic Parks through their Facebook page.

By Pamela Moore for Brockway Realty

Tagged With: Kemah | Kemah Events & Attractions | Kemah News

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