Start the New Year off to a great start with these events in northwest Houston


The Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts is hosting the Crazy About Paper exhibition through January 8th. Admission is free, but a $ 5 donation is recommended for adults.

This exhibition features the work of Houston artist Joan Son and picks up on her early passion for paper dolls, folded fortune teller, tissue paper carnations, and other contemporary origami. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every week, except on Christmas Eve, Boxing Day, and New Year’s Day.

The Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts is located at 6815 Cypresswood Drive this spring. Learn more at

30th of December

The dog group Magnolia organizes agility events

Dog Gone Fun Agility is hosting a four day AKC agility competition from December 30th to January 2nd.

Dogs and their owners will participate in events such as a Style Cup, junior handler events, and UKI, AKC, and USDAA agility events.

Dog Gone Fun Agility is located at 26310 Dobbin Huffsmith Road in Magnolia. Learn more at

December 31

Tomball VFW presents New Years Casino

The Tomball VFW Post 2427 is presenting a New Year’s Eve Casino Night starting on December 31st at 6pm. Entry is $ 50 and includes dinner and 500 in chips.

The event is co-sponsored by the Arabia Shriners and features casino games, karaoke and a DJ. You can purchase additional chips.

Tomball VFW Post 2427 is located at 14408 Alice Road in Tomball. Find out more at

Four freshmen come to the center. on

The Four Freshmen will perform at The Centrum on December 31st at 8pm. Tickets start at $ 45.

The annual New Year’s Eve concert is presented by the Cypress Creek Foundation for the Arts and Community Enrichment and features a selection from the great American songbook of a quartet that also plays musical instruments.

The center is located at 6823 Cypresswood Drive in the spring. Learn more at

T. Graham Brown is playing New Year’s Eve dinner

T. Graham Brown will be performing a special New Year’s Eve dinner show on December 31st at 8:30 pm at Dosey Doe The Big Barn. Tickets start at $ 88.

Brown began singing jingles in Nashville for some of the biggest brands of the early 1980s, including Taco Bell, Coca-Cola, and Ford. He has recorded more than 20 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, including Hell and High Water “,” Don’t Go to Strangers “and” Darlene “. Daniel Holmes opens.

Dosey Doe The Big Barn is located at 25911 I-45 North in The Woodlands. Learn more at or call 281-367-3774.

Shotgun Sally plays in the Jailhouse Saloon

The local band Shotgun Sally will headline the Headbanger’s Ball New Year’s Eve party at The Jailhouse Saloon on December 31st at 8pm.

The self-described Gutter Glam Band plays originals and covers. The band After 11 will also perform.

The Jailhouse Saloon is located at 310 Preston Avenue this spring. Learn more at

January 1st

The family race opens the year in Vintage Park

The Vintage Park New Year’s Day Classic is a 5K and 10K event on January 1st that also has a virtual component and runs from January 1st to January 8th. 5K registration is $ 45, 10K registration is $ 55, and 1K for children is $ 30. The virtual event costs $ 35.

Everyone who finishes the race receives a medal, an individual start number, a race shirt and the chance to win prizes and door prizes.

The Vintage Park New Year’s Day Classic is located at 122 Vintage Park Blvd. in Houston. Learn more at

Event combines poetry and the open road

Tipsy Tours presents Pull-Up & Poetry: Poetry on the Party Bus on January 1st from 8 p.m. in the Buy the Glass Wine Bar. Tickets cost $ 35 and are for those aged 21 and over.

The event features a live poetry experience on a party bus that goes to downtown Houston and Rice Village. The last stop on the tour before heading back to the Buy the Glass Wine Bar is the Twilight Epiphany Skyspace sculpture in Rice Village by artist James Turrell. Advance reservations are required.

Buy the Glass Wine Bar & Lounge is located in Kuykendahl Road Suite 140 in spring 1962. Learn more at

January 2nd

Church organizes ice skating excursion in the Woodlands

Tomball Methodist Church presents a youth skating tour to The Woodlands ice rink at 1:00 p.m. Admission is $ 15 to skate.

The event is for teenagers in 7th through 12th grades, and parents will carpool and have lunch before skating.

Tomball Methodist Church is located at 1603 Baker Drive in Tomball. Learn more at

January 7th

Church offers virtual 3-day marriage clinic

Hope Church in Jersey Village is offering a three-day marriage clinic from Christway Counseling January 7-9. Registration is free for church members and $ 350 per couple for non-members.

The virtual event enables married, engaged and dating couples of all ages and all stages of life to work on relationship skills and challenges.

Learn more at or email [email protected]

January 8th

Weekly market in Tomball

The Tomball Farmers Market is open every Saturday, January 8th, from 9am to 1pm

The market was founded by farmers more than 10 years ago and is still run by local farmers – but also has vendors selling baked goods, desserts, raw juices, handcrafted jewelry, local coffee and wine. The market is Harris County’s largest year-round weekly farmer’s market.

Learn more at

January 9th

Scafidi plays Republic Grille

Singer-songwriter Pete Scafidi will perform at The Republic Grille in Magnolia on January 9th at 5pm.

Scafidi performs more than 20 shows a month across Houston and is known for covers of Pat Greene, Johnny Cash, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Snoop Dogg, as well as his own originals.

The Republic Grille is located at 30340 FM 2978 in Magnolia. Learn more at

Entertainment Roundup is a weekly feature put together by freelance writer Brandon Moeller. Submit conversations to Brandon at

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