Comfort Inn & Suites I10 - Mason Road
Katy, TX 77450
Phone: (281) 392-8700
Fax: (281) 392-2883
This family owned brewery is located right in Katy and specializes in unique ales and lagers. Some of the creative beers No Label creates include the Don Jalapeño Ale, Mint IPA and the Black Wit-O dark wheat beer along with the usual suspects of Pale Ale, Hefeweizen, and Amber Ales among others. Saturday afternoons the brewery opens for tours where the admission price gets you a four ounce glass and four drink tokens to sample the goods.
There is certainly plenty to do at Katy City Park. Kids and adults can play a round of miniature golf or try to catch the big one in the fishing lake. Of course, no park is complete without a couple of playgrounds to tumble around on. An old Katy Railroad depot, complete with a caboose, makes the day complete. Be sure and bring along a cooler and some picnic supplies to take care of your hunger pangs. You will want to stay a while.
Houston Farm and Ranch was founded in 1947 to promote agriculture and ranching in the local community. With time, more and more people became involved in it. Various events like dog shows and games keep it alive with activity. A golf club—with an interesting name, Hold Them and Hit Them—offers golfing facilities. Houston Farm and Ranch raises money for youth and education through these activities. Also check-out the Hot Sauce festival celebrated here. The Highland games and Celtic festival is another event held here.
If you are looking for live action and wild, exciting adventure, then Laser Quest is the place to be. The amazing laser games make you feel as if you are playing adult hide and seek. Capture the escaped prisoner, capture the flag, cops and robbers, and and enjoy this space adventure. Your imagination is the key. You will be given sophisticated and futuristic laser tag equipment and be turned loose in a specially designed, multi-level maze with ramps, catwalks, swirling fog and sound effects. Choose the specifics of your game after you arrive.
Situated in Bellaire, Grace International Church stands firm in its aim to bring people closer to God. It was from a humble beginning that this Church began and today has rose to quite independent church with ethnically diverse membership. One can ask for paryer requests by logging on to the webiste.
Masjid is a place where Muslim community offers its prayers and respect to Islam. It offers prayer services five times a day. Classes are also arranged to introduce the youth to the Muslim culture and traditions.
Gul Masjid is the worship house of the Muslim community of Houston. Muslims offer their prayers and respect to Islam and lectures and sermons are delivered on the same. Encouraging the youth to participate in the religious activities is the sole aim of the masjid.
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. Apart from being the worship house, it is a place where ideas and thoughts are exchanged. Be it meetings, seminars or lectures, the sole aim being encouraging the community to learn more about Islamic principles.
Sit under the trees for shelter while admiring the spring migrants, such as singing hummingbirds and colorful warblers, and listening for the faint whisper of the rolling creek. Edith Moore herself lived on this land for 43 years. In 1978 she donated a small section to the Houston Audubon Society for use as a nature preserve for birds. Her husband even built the little log cabin that was renovated to house the headquarters, bookstore, and gift shop of the Audubon Society. Donations are appreciated.
Named after the massive water oaks found in the neighborhood, the Oak Meadow Park is a scenic parkland in the Bridgeland Community. Spanning across 30 acres (12.14 hectares), this idyllic greenland is the starting point of the Cypress Creek Nature Trail and offers many picnic tables, a buoyant pier on the lake for fishing, a festival park, a disc golf course and a concert pavilion. It is also the home of the annual Nature Fest which is a popular local event.
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. Apart from offering prayers, Muslim community celebrates festivals and attends seminars held here.
Located on Fifth Street, in Richmond city of Fort Bend County in Texas, the John M. and Lottie D. Moore is home to the Fort Bend Museum complex. Constructed in 1883, the structure depicts the Victorian and Classic Revival styles of architecture, and is an elegant sight. It is predominantly a two-storied, wood-frame house with its extravagant front facade and porch. Gaining tremendous historic significance over the years, the site made it to the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.