Festivals in Aldine

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  • First Saturday Arts Market
    Don't let your creativity go to waste. Pick up some arts and crafts supplies at First Saturday Arts Market in Houston and get your creativity on. Need a souvenir and memorabilia shop above the rest? The answer is definitely to browse the fantastic wares at First Saturday Arts Market's fantastic store in Houston. Whether you're an artist or just an admirer, come check out the collection of exclusive handcrafted artwork. Drivers can easily find parking in the surrounding area. So whether you're coloring with your toddler or just discovering your artistic side, First Saturday Arts Market makes it easy to get your hands dirty with awesome art supplies.
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    548 W 19th St
    Houston, TX US
  • Lavande
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Lavande facet_type_id: 651e4860-5f3d-1032-b7ff-8e36f5974577 html_text: Using the fresh lavender grown on their own ranch, Craig and Dana Stewart share the aroma therapeutic benefits of their favorite scent with a line of lavender-infused household products. Each handmade bar of soap, jar of culinary rub, and soy candle boasts a generous helping of lavender oil or the raw herb itself, allowing the calming aroma to permeate homes.
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    901 Bagby
    Houston, TX US
  • Texas Renaissance Festival
    For eight weekends in the fall, a troupe of performing fairies, knights, royal personas, and jugging fools set up camp on the 55-acre grounds of the Texas Renaissance Faire. For 38 years, the Festival has re-created the 16th century’s appealing combination of simplicity and grandeur with more than 200 daily performances of live music, acrobatic comedies, and jousting. Actors portraying different levels of society—such as the English court and the pirates—roam the lolling landscape in character while performing comedic and informative bits including “Sound and Fury,” a Shakespearean vaudeville. At noon the Grande Marche parade catapults performers from the Globe Stage for a stroll throughout the park as they advertise their acts in a high-toned procession. On a less precise schedule, craftsmen concoct tangible marvels with skills of glassblowing and blacksmithing, while food purveyors wander the beaten paths or call from their booths, selling fare that ranges from sugar-coated nuts to roasted turkey legs. At close of day, fireworks light the sky to celebrate the festival's victory over time.
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    21778 Fm 1774
    Plantersville, TX US
  • B.J. Hooker's Distilleries
    Legend has it that B.J. Hooker's Distilleries started in the South with a farmer named William J. Hooker. B.J., as he was called, bootlegged throughout Prohibition. In fact, his speakeasy, where he deemed the liquor "medicinal," was the talk of the town. Nobody can really confirm this origin story, but the team at B.J. Hooker's Distilleries isn't hung up on that. They're too busy honoring Hooker's cloudy legacy by crafting ultrasmooth vodkas and liqueurs. These creations go down almost as easy as a drink of water, but they're as stiff as a drink of week-old cement mix.
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    1300 East Richey Road
    Houston, TX US
  • Humble Margarita Festival
    This summer, the Humble Margarita Festival gives guests a chance to celebrate under a hot summer sun with a spread of frosty cocktails, live music, and Southern and Latin cuisine. Festival goers can line-dance to country, kick up their heels to zydeco, and lindy hop to Top 40 hits as they sample cuisine from Texas, Louisiana, and Mexico. Visitors quench their thirst and activate heretofore unknown dancing skills with a menu of flavored margaritas that includes coconut passion, cucumber apple, mango, pumpkin spice, and other eclectic concoctions.
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    8233 Will Clayton Parkway
    Humble, TX US
  • Texas Crawfish Festival
    The annual Texas Crawfish and Music Festival draws musicians as well as, per its name, plenty of expert crawfish boilers. They serve their piping hot crawdads to the crowd, along with barbecue, pizza, and other classic festival foods. When patrons aren't dancing or washing down seafood with cold beer, they're shrieking with glee on the grounds' carnival rides, a pleasant alternative to the world's oldest ride, crowd-surfing.
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    130 Spring School Rd.
    Spring, TX US

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