Lone Star Flight Museum
Ellington Field, Houston
Lone Star Flight Museum, as the name suggests is a museum with an epic collection of vintage warplanes that has served the American air force for many years. Special history lessons and briefings are given at Lone Star Flight Museum for enlightening the patrons regarding history of the airplanes in this museum.
Texas City Museum
Texas City, TX.
Did you know that the worst industrial accident in U.S. history happened in 1947 in Texas City? Would you believe that one of the first United States Army aero squadrons of Wright Brothers aircraft were based in Texas City? These and other fascinating historical tidbits are shared in this interesting and educational museum.
Special Event: "Rock Painting "
1 p.m.-3 p.m.
You've seen the painted rocks. And if you want to learn the fine art of Rock Painting to get in on the fun-----this is the place!
Join Elizabeth Botkin and family as you get a hands-on class. And take home your painted rock to keep or hide in Harborwalk. DON'T MISS THIS!
ROCK PAINTING CLASS!
October 22 (Saturday)
"Movie Night Madness"
In the cul-de-sac on Water Key
Where do Big Screen movies, Popcorn, Margaritas, Beer and snacks come together?
At our very first "Movie Night Madness" PopUP of course!
Bring your lawn chairs, golf cart or whatever you want to sit in to watch this throwback to the days of DriveIns and date nights.
We'll provide the popcorn. You bring your ice chest of drings and any chips, dips, cookies, or other snacks that you want to share (or not).
PopUP: "Fiesta Mucho Largo"
3 p.m.-7 p.m.
Our rescheduled Labor Day PopUP is on track to be a cool-weather fiesta! All the Largonians are delivering a bash to truly kick off the holiday season.
For those who have been to PopUPs before you know the drill. For the new Spoonies, here it is. The hosts provide some sort of entree and we all bring some sides for the food table. It's a safe bet that brisket will be this month's entree. Sides can be salads, veggies, chips and salsas, guacamole, taters, casseroles or whatever your usual Labor Day favorite side dish is. We'll have some adult beverages and water
there, but feel free to bring cooler packed with your beverage of choice.
Come join the fun! As always these are family
friendly events. Everyone is welcomed!
This year we return to the scene of last year's Christmas Party. Sort of by Popular Demand---the food was phenomenal and the venue is just right for dinner, dancing and a wee bit of stargazing over the Lake from the outside patios.
More details will follow as Sue Berry and Diane Nason plan a fun Christmas Weekend including Cookies with Santa for the kids!