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League City Daddy Daughter Dance
It’s time to get dressed up and make memories that will last a lifetime. Take your special little ladies to the League City Daddy, Daughter dance on either Saturday, February 1st or Friday, February 7th. A sit-down dinner, lots of great tunes to dance to, goodie bags, and an opportunity for professional portraits with fees paid separately to the photographer.
Registration for League City residents is $27.50 per person. Registration opens January 9th for non-residents with a fee of $41.25 per person.
It’s that time of the year again! Beautiful League City is kicking off the Holiday season with a fun-filled weekend. This year’s theme for Holiday in The Park is, “Hats Off To Frosty.” The event will be happening the first weekend in December 6-8th.
Holiday in the Park is one of the most celebrated traditions in League City. This three day , family-friendly holiday event takes place in League Park and features, holiday shopping, food vendors, entertainment, and three parades. The theme of this year is in honor of the 50th anniversary of the classic cartoon of Frosty the Snowman.
Friday, December 6th vendors will open their booths at 5pm. At 6pm Mrs. Claus reads “The Night Before Christmas” to the audience in the League Park Plaza. At 7pm it’s time to snuggle up and watch Frosty the Snowman and Frosty Returns on the big screen.
Saturday, December 7th vendors open their booths at 9am. At 10 am the Children’s Parade marches from Butler’s Courtyard into League Park to join Santa in the gazebo. Kids of all ages are invited to join and there is no registration required. 10am-6pm enjoy entertainment in the plaza for the whole family. At 6pm the Grand Night Parade begins from Texas Avenue to Park Street.
Sunday, December 8th 12-5pm. Vendors open at 12:00. The pet parade begins at 1pm. From 2-3:30 there will be entertainment in the plaza. At 3:30 the Grand Night Parade awards will be announced.
Spectators are encouraged to get to the area early as police will shut down FM 518/Main Street at 5:15 pm in both directions. There is parking available in the shopping center on 518 and Hwy 3.
According to Moneyinc.com Seabrook, Texas is named Best City to Live in Texas. Seabrook received livability awards that rank it as the number one city in Texas. Seabrook is a small city on Galveston Bay with about 12,000 residents.
Seabrook is loaded with amenities and opportunities for shopping, entertainment, dining and recreation. Seabrook offers ample recreational activities including boating, fishing and more.
Home prices in Seabrook range from $91,000-up to $1.4 million. There have been 161 home sold in the last 6 months. Seabrook has become a sought-out area for home buyers.
Seabrook students attend Clear Creek ISD. CCISD is one of the most sought-after school districts in the area. Few schools in this school district are in nearby Clear Lake City. However, there are great schools in the community itself, such as Clear Creek High School, Clear Falls High School, and Clear Springs High School. A smaller area in League City is the Dickinson School District, the fastest growing district in Galveston County. In addition to public schools, there are private schools for families who are interested in that type of education experience.
If you are interested in owning real estate in the MoneyInc.com rated best city to live in Texas, Seabrook, give us a call we would love to help with your home buying dreams! 281-479-6683
La Porte Fun Facts #2
Did you know that during the 1920s & 1930’s La Porte’s Sylvan Beach became a nationally recognized destination featuring beauty contests, celebrations and regular performances by famous bands?
In the 1930s the park was revamped including a large boardwalk, amusement rides, and many other attractions. Erosion began in 1928 due to the wakes of shipping traffic and by the later 20th-century erosion had completely eliminated the beach.
Sylvan Beach is now a spot for many celebrations throughout the year including the Sylvan Beach Festival. Visitors can enjoy the beach made of fine sand a no seaweed and smaller waves allow for more enjoyable swimming. There is also fishing, a boat ramp, and air-conditioned pavilion.
La Porte’s Sylvan Beach is the perfect spot for a family fun day. Bring a picnic lunch and stay for the day!
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