February 18, 2017 by James
A family friendly event has been planned for Tomball that will get the whole community hopping.
The city will once again be [Read more]
January 12, 2017 by Max
The Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a networking breakfast for businesses and organizations throughout the community, and all are welcome.
The meal will give [Read more]
December 25, 2016 by Mark
The Tomball Regional Medical Center will be holding an information session that is geared towards those who are overweight and interested in learning more about the treatment options available to [Read more]
November 22, 2016 by Sarah
Taking in a performance of Tchaikovsky’s ‘The Nutcracker’ is a holiday tradition for many people, and this year, Tomball will be hosting a performance of this well-known ballet.
The Houston Repertoire Ballet will be staging the event, with the Cypress Philharmonic providing the musical score. It is intended to be a family friendly performance, with brightly colored costumes and sets. This will be the 15th year that the company has offered the local area an opportunity to enjoy this well-loved holiday spectacle.
The Friday night staging will be a shortened Arts and Entertainment version, which, according to the ballet company, will be an ideal choice for younger children. Saturday and Sunday will offer full performances complete with the live orchestra. A booklet printing enterprise will be able to supply full color or black and white programs and other materials for a live artistic event such as this.
Sponsorship for the event has been provided by the Houston Endowment, Inc. as well as AirInnovations and Vintage Wellness.
Performances of ‘The Nutcracker’ will take place in the Tomball High School Theater on the evening of Friday, December 2nd, with the ticket prices being set at $12. It will also be held on December 3 and 4, with the cost for tickets ranging between $15 and $22.
More details and passes to attend are available on the Houston Repertoire Ballet’s website.
October 13, 2016 by Sarah
Tomball residents with a sweet tooth may wish to mark an upcoming date on their calendars, as it will feature an event that has been planned with them in mind.
My Sweet Heaven will be [Read more]
September 11, 2016 by Max
A local community service group is seeking volunteers from Tomball and the surrounding areas, who are interested in helping to make an event that shows appreciation to veterans, as well as currently serving members of the [Read more]
August 24, 2016 by Lisa
It has been 30 years since the Tomball High Class of 1986 graduated, and a celebration has been planned for those who were there.
The reunion will bring together the students who graduated from what was, at that time, a small school, and the teachers and other staff members are also welcome. According to the event’s organizers, they are hoping it will provide those who attend a chance to catch up with one another in a casual setting. The evening will kick off with snacks, cocktails, and socializing, to be followed by a buffet featuring barbeque food and a variety of side dishes, with soda, iced tea, and water included. A cash bar with beer and wine will be open throughout the evening too.
Those who are setting up the reunion are asking anyone who has photos, videos, or other materials that they would like to share to let them know by September 15 so that they can be included in the festivities. Poster printing can be used to produce large size copies of the photos so they can act as decorations for the event.
The tickets for the celebration are $75 each. It will take place at Main Restaurant in Houston on October 15. More information and tickets for the evening is available on the reunion’s Eventbrite listing.
July 24, 2016 by Lisa
Early in July, the Tomball Economic Outlook Luncheon was held at Lone Star College – Tomball to discuss a variety of economically centered topics, among which were the city’s strong economy and its steady growth.
This makes the eighth year that [Read more]
June 24, 2016 by Lisa
Tomball Regional Medical Center (TMRC) recently welcomed a new doctor to its team.
Dr. Ngozi Vivien Ibe, who is certified through the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, has been hired to provide a full range of services to women of all ages, including robotic surgeries that are minimally invasive and care for [Read more]
May 9, 2016 by James
Spring has arrived, and with that comes the opening of the largest water park in the Tomball area.
The Wet n’ Wild Splash Town covers an area of 80 acres, and includes something for everyone, no matter their age. There are three areas for the younger children and faster paced slides for older children and adults. There is also a FlowRider continual wave pool and a full bar. For those who fancy a snack, there are 11 eateries to choose from as well.
According to Rosie Shepard, who is the park’s director of sales and marketing, due to input from the its patrons, upgrades have been made to the facilities, and several new amenities have been added.
Season passes for the attraction are being offered for $64.99 each for groups up of to three, or for $59.99 each for those with four people or more. This price includes free tickets for friends, a parking pass, and also a souvenir drink bottle. Items such as this can be produced by a company that designs and creates promotional drinkware.
A seasonal meal pass can be purchased by seasonal pass holders for $69.99. This can be used for a meal combo on each day that the holder visits the park.
Wet n’ Wild SplashTown can be found at 21300 Interstate 45 North. Further details about the attraction and all it has to offer can be found on its website.