Fun4Seniors

Fun4Seniors: Harris County Precinct 4, Commissioner Jack Cagle.
Write check for your reservations: Fun4Seniors, Mail to: Harris Co. Prec. 4,
1731 Hugh Rd. Houston, TX. 77067 . Call: 281-893-3726 to reserve your
seat on the bus. All Buses Depart on Time.
Age: 50 or better to participate. Fun4Seniors: www.hcp4.net/community/sap/events . Fees are Non-Refundable.
Info all events:
www.hcp4.net/community/sap/events . Mon-Fri. 8 a.-5 p.
ONLINE: www.hcp4.net/sap/events
Houston ASTROS Games: $30 pp. 2 tix.only. Field Box.
Call Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program ,281-893-3726, to place your name in for a
drawing . If your name is drawn: winners will be notified. Space is limited.
Make check toFun4Seniors, mail to: Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program, 1731 Hugh Rd., Houston, Tx. 77067.
Events//Trips: ONLINE: www.hcp4.net/sap/events
Mitchell Pavilion 2017: Info all events: www.hcp4.net/community/sap/events .
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, 2005 Lake Robbins Dr. The Woodlands, TX.
Reservations required minimum 1 week advance of each performance.
Tickets: Limited. Free Tix for Seniors. Call Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program to reserve : 281-893-3726. Not a bus trip.
Fri. Oct. 13
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, 281-363-3300, 2005 Lake Robbins Dr. The Woodlands, presents: Houston Symphony: Hocus Pocus Pops Concert. 8p.
Thurs. Nov. 30 Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, 281-363-3300, 2005 Lake Robbins Dr. The Woodlands, presents: Houston Symphony Concert: Holly Jolly
Jingle.
8 p.
September Events//Trips: ONLINE: www.hcp4.net/sap/events
Fri. Sept. 15 Skeeters Baseball, Sugarland Outdoor Field. Houston area's Minor League Team. 4:30 p. $17 pp.Includes 2-hr. All-you-can-eat Buffet, plus Fri. night Fireworks Show! Bus leaves: St. Luke'sHospital @ Vintage, 20171 Chasewood Park Dr. 77070. Call Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program to reserve seat on bus: 281-893-3726. Make check to:Fun4Seniors, mail to: Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program, 1731 Hugh Rd., Houston, Tx. 77067. Checks must be received one week after reservations.
Sat. Sept. 16 Xtreme Hummingbird Extravaganza ! 7 a. $3 pp. Lake Jackson, TX.
$3 pp. Lunch on your own @ local eateries in Lake Jackson. Ruby-throated hum-
-mingbirds are getting ready for the annual 600 mile migration to Mexocp and
Central America from the Texas Gulf Coast. Walk Nature Trails, observe birds
being banded, measured, weighed and released for their journey.
Bus leaves: Copperfield Church, 8350 Highway 6 North, Cypresswood Golf Club, 21602 Cypresswood Dr. Spring, 77379, AND: Tomball Regional Hospital, 605 Holderrieth Blvd. Park in Lot E, off Medical Complex Dr. Call Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program to reserve seat on bus: 281-893-3726. Make check :Fun4Seniors, mail to: Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program, 1731 Hugh Rd., Houston, Tx. 77067.
Tues. Sept. 19 Group Volunteer Outreach. 8:15 a. Breakfast available for pur-
-chase at Cracker Barrel Restaurant. Enjoy fellowship with other volunteers at the
Star of Hope Mission. (Thank you for your participation.)
Bus leaves: Fairbanks
Library.
Mon. Sept. 18 Good Time Fall Luncheon. 11:30 a. $12 pp. St. Stephen's United Meth. Church, 2003 W.43rd, 77018. Catered lunch by Catfish on Wheels: buffet of All-you-can-eat Fried catfish, Shrimp, French fries, Hush puppies, Coleslaw, Beans, Iced tea and Dessert. Call Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program to reserve : 281-893-3726. Make check to:Fun4Seniors, mail to: Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program, 1731 Hugh Rd., Houston, Tx. 77067. Must be received within one week of making reservations. (Not a bus trip).
Tues. Sept. 19 Group Volunteer Outreach: Star of Hope Mission. 8:15 a. Lunch
available for purchase @ Cracker Barrel. Enjoy fellowship of other volunteers
while giving back to community, encourage & uplift others while serving lunch to
those in need @ Star of Hope Mission.
Bus leaves: Fairbanks Library, 9600 West Little York, 77040. Thanks for your support.
Wed. Sept. 20 Bayou Wildlife Zoo. 9:30 a. $7 pp. Lunch on your own with group
@ Joe's BBQ. Board a tram for a wildlife safari across Texas Plains for an adven-
-ture to see animals native to Africa, Asia, Australia & South America. Feed the
animals up close & personal. After safari tour; visit Stanton's Meats where you can purchase exotic game meat, seasonings and souvenirs.
Bus leaves: Spring Cy-
-press Presby. Church. Call Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program to reserve seat on bus: 281-893-3726. Make check to:Fun4Seniors, mail to: Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program, 1731 Hugh Rd., Houston, Tx. 77067.
Thurs. Sept. 21 Texas Rangers Law Enforcement. 8 a. $0. A storied division of law officers with historical roots tracing back to the early 1820s. Learn about the
lives of six historic Rangers who lived and died in Grimes County, Navasota area.
Tour also stops at historic homesites, notable locations and cemetery; plus a visit
with the local sherrif. (Mind your manners, yes, sir. !)
Bus leaves: St. Luke's.
MINUTE MAID PARK, 713-259-8000, 501 CRAWFORD, (ASTROS)
August & September Games: Fri. Sept. 22 5:30 p. from Tomball Regional Hospital, 605 Holderrieth. Park in Lot E, off Medical Complex Dr. Wait List.

Sat. Sept. 23 Hurricane Harvey Benefit Concert. 3:45 p. $10 pp. Big Stone Lodge, 709 Riley Fuzzel Rd. Spring. Dinner available @ Luby's prior to show.
Entertainment by Axiom Quartet, a Houston-based ensemble offering popular rock, indie, jazz, pop.
Bus leaves: St. Luke'sHospital @ Vintage, 20171 Chase-
-wood Park Dr. 77070, and Oaks Presbyterian Church, 1576 Chantilly Lane, 77018 . Call Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program to reserve seat on bus: 281-893-3726. Make check to:Fun4Seniors, mail to: Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program, 1731 Hugh Rd., Houston, Tx. 77067.
Tues. Sept. 26 Round Top Antiques Festival. 8 a. $0. Lunch on your own at fest.
This phenom experience (after 50 years) is known worldwide for its unique offer-
-ings, four large venues accommodate Hundreds of vendors who attend this twice a
year event. Reminder: Purchases are CASH ONLY BASIS.
Bus leaves:
Tomball Regional Hosp. Call Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program to reserve seat on bus: 281-893-3726.
Wed. Sept. 27 Newman's Castle near Bellville. 8 a. $15 pp. includes box lunch.
Visit this one-of-a-kind rustic creation hidden just outside town. Castle features
a moat, massive drawbridge, chapel, turrets, courtyard and a view of surrounding
lands.
Bus leaves: Kingwood Library, 4400 Bens View Lane. 77339. Call Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program to reserve seat on bus: 281-893-3726. Make check to: Fun4Seniors, mail to: Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program, 1731 Hugh Rd., Houston, Tx. 77067.
Thurs. Sept. 28 Round Top Antiques Festival. 8 a. $0. Lunch on your own at fest.
This phenom experience (after 50 years) is known worldwide for its unique offer-
-ings, four large venues accommodate Hundreds of vendors who attend this twice a
year event. Reminder: Purchases are CASH ONLY BASIS.
Bus leaves:
Oaks Presbyterian Church, 1576 Chantilly Lane, 77018.
Sat. Sept. 30 Galveston Shrimp Festival. 9 a. $0. 8th Annual Event includes Shrimp Gumbo Cookoff. Lunch on your own at event eateries/vendors on Historic
Strand.
Bus leaves: Tomball Regional Hospital, 605 Holderrieth Blvd. Park in Lot E, off Medical Complex Dr. Call Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program to reserve seat on bus: 281-893-3726.
October Events//Trips: ONLINE: www.hcp4.net/sap/events
Thurs. Oct. 5 Ghost Tour of Galveston w/Dash Beardsley. 9 a. $18 pp. Guide
will join our bus for a tour of Galveston and stories of adventure and unsolved
mysteries. Following tour, group will have time to Shop the Strand Stores,
Restaurants and Ice Cream Parlor & More. Lunch on your own.
Bus leaves: St. Luke'sHospital @ Vintage, 20171 Chasewood Park Dr. 77070.
Call Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program to reserve seat on bus: 281-893-3726. Make check to:Fun4Seniors, mail to: Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program, 1731 Hugh Rd., Houston, Tx. 77067.
Fri. Oct. 6 Cowboy Campfire Breakfast @ Big Stone Lodge. 8:15 a. $6 pp.
includes a delicious breakfast. Enjoy sausage & bacon breakfast casseroles, kolaches, pastries, juice, coffee. After breakfast, take a ride on the pontoon boat along the creek, try your hand at archery, carnival games.
Bus leaves: Kingwood Library, 4400 Bens View Lane. 77339.
Sat. Oct. 7 Original Greek Festival @ Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church,
10 a. $5 pp. 51st Annual Event. Authentic Greek foods, pastries, crafts & more ! Live music and folk dancing. Lunch on your own available from vendors.
Bus leaves: Barbara Bush Library,6817 Cypresswood Dr.,77379, Fairbanks Lib-
-rary, 9600 West Little York, 77040, Kingwood Library, 4400 Bens View Lane.
Tues. Oct. 10 Shangri La Gardens & Nature Center, Orange, Tx. 8 a. $5 pp.
Lunch on your own at Luigi's Grill. The 252 ac. botanical gardens with a diverse
collection of wildlife; tour Adams Bayou by pontoon boat to spot the 300 varieties of plants and wildlife.
Bus leaves: Humble Civic Ctr.
Tues. Oct. 10 Jazzy Jack-O-Lantern Luncheon. 11:30 a. $10 pp. Jersey Village Baptist Church, 16518 Jersey Dr. Catered by Catfish On Wheels, All-You-Can-
-Eat Fried catfish, Shrimp, French fries, Hush puppies, Coleslaw, Ice tea, Dessert.
Call Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program to reserve : 281-893-3726. Make check to: Fun4Seniors, mail to: Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program, 1731 Hugh Rd., Houston, Tx. 77067. Must be received within one week of making reservations.
Wed. Oct. 11 Mystical Treasure Alpacas Farm in Navasota. 8:30 a. $3 pp.
Lunch on your own with group at Las Fuentes Steak & Grill, Navasota. Home of gentle suri and huacaya alpacas, raised for their soft fleece; which is sheared once a year. Processed into soft, hypoallergenic garments; once reserved for Incan Roy-
-alty, now available to everyone.
Bus leaves : Barbara Bush Library, on Cypress- wood Dr. 77379.
Wed. Oct. 11 Waugh Street Bridge Bat Colony Pontoon Boat Tour. 3:30 p. $22 p.
Dinner available at Spaghetti Western Italian Café. Board a pontoon boat at dusk
on Buffalo Bayou to witness the flight of 250 thousand of these Magnificent Flying
Mammals as they leave from under the bridge to feed while airborne. It's a once-
-a-night flight ! Available to the First 20 people to sign up. Space is limited.
Bus leaves: Copperfield Church.
Thurs. Oct. 12 Sea Turtle Facility Galveston. 8 a. $0. Tour this extraordinary
facility operated by National Marine Fisheries Service. (NMFS) International effort to save & replenish dwindling sea turtle population acquires 200 logger-
-head turtles from Florida and nurtures them; ultimately released into the ocean.
Lunch on your own at one of the many local eateries as you shop the Strand.
Bus leaves: Kingwood Library.
Thurs. Oct. 12 Museum of Funeral History & Historic Glenwood Cemetery.
Oldest cemetery in Houston. 9:15 a. $16 pp. Tour the museum and the history
of interesting ,various & elaborate conveyances used in the past. Glenwood is
the cemetery where many Houston notables are entombed. Lunch on your own available for purchase @ Cheddar's Café.
Bus leaves: Tomball Regional Hospital, 605 Holderrieth Blvd. Park in Lot E .
Fri. Oct. 13 Resale Shop Hop. 9 a. -5 p. $0. Join the hunt for bargains at three upscale resale shops; furniture, accessories, and more. Lunch on your own at Phoenicia Specialty Foods Store/Restaurant. Hot Deli, Cold Deli, Salad Bar, Bakery, Desserts, Ice Cream. Enjoy demo by a resident chef & shop the more than 25,000 foods from around the world. Bon Appetit! Bus leaves: St. Luke's Hospital @ Vintage, 20171 Chasewood Park Dr. 77070.
Sat. Oct. 14
Chappell Hill Scarecrow Festival. 9:40 a. $0. Annual Event with
250 vendors offering home décor, clothing, jewelry, art, crafts, food, scarecrows
& more. Lunch on your own from vendors will be available for purchase.
Bus leaves:
Copperfield Church, 8350 Highway 6 North, Cypresswood Golf Club,
Kingwood Library, 4400 Bens View Lane. 77339, Oaks Presby Church, Tomball
Regional Hosp.
Tues. Oct. 17 Ghost Tour of Galveston w/Dash Beardsley. 9 a. $18 pp. Guide
will join our bus for a tour of Galveston with stories of adventure and unsolved
mysteries. Following tour, group will have time to Shop the Strand Stores,
Restaurants and Ice Cream Parlor & More. Lunch on your own.
Bus Leaves: Barbara Bush Library, 6817 Cypresswood Dr. 77379.
Wed. Oct. 18
Fall Into Fun: A Howling Good Time Costume Dance ! 12 noon.
$7 pp. Humble Civic Ctr., 8233 Will Clayton Prkwy., Humble 77338. Music for
dancing by River Road Boys Western Swing Band . Light refreshments available.
Costume Contest features prizes in the following categories: Spookiest, Funniest,
Best Couple, Best Overall.
Bus leaves from the following locations: Barbara Bush Library, 6817 Cypresswood Dr. 77379, Jersey Village Baptist Church, 16518 Jersey Dr., Fairbanks Library, 9600 West Little York, 77040, Mangum-Howell Ctr., 2500 Frick Rd. Houston 77038, Spring Baptist Church, 633 East Louetta Rd. or you can Transport Yourself !
Thurs. Oct. 19 Newman's Castle near Bellville. 8 a. $15 pp. includes box lunch.
Visit this one-of-a-kind rustic creation hidden just outside town. Castle features
a moat, massive drawbridge, chapel, turrets, courtyard and a view of surrounding
lands.
Bus leaves: Spring Cypress Presby. Church.
Fri. Oct. 20 Pumpkin Spice & Everything Nice Luncheon. 11:30 a. $10 pp.
Copperfield Church, 8350 Highway 6 North. Catered by Ben's Chuck Wagon:
Pot roast, New potatoes, Glazed carrots, Rolls, Iced tea, Dessert. Call Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program to reserve : 281-893-3726. Make check to:Fun4Seniors, mail to: Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program, 1731 Hugh Rd., Houston, Tx. 77067.
Must be received within one week of making reservations.
Fri. Oct. 20 River Oaks Garden Club Pink Elephant Sale. 8 a. $1. at door.
Houston's oldest and most prestigious rummage sale featuring clothing, antiques,
collectibles, plants and more ! Lunch available at Spaghetti Western Italian Café.
After lunch group will visit Canino's Farmers Market for fresh, local produce; and
across the street to the El Bolillo Bakery and Bodega Gravel Spice Market.
Bus leaves: Humble Civic Ctr., 8233 Will Clayton Prkwy., Humble 77338.
(Where is our bus ?)
Sat. Oct. 21 Texas RenFest: Renaissance Festival in Plantersville. 8:30 a.$13 pp.
Lunch available from vendors at festival. Popular annual event with many actors
dressed in period costumes. Shop in the Market Village with over 400 merchants and artisans offering various wares; food, drink and items from all over the world.
Bus leaves: Kingwood Library, 4400 Bens View Lane. 77339.
Sat. Oct. 21 Texian Market Days: George Ranch, Richmond, TX. 10 a. $9 pp.
Fort Bend Museum Assn. presents: 34th Annual Texian Market Days at the his-
-toric George Ranch Park in Richmond. Battle re-enactments, live entertainers,
costumed interpreters, historic home tour, cowboys, games, food, crafts, vendors
& more.
Bus leaves: St. Luke'sHospital @ Vintage, 20171 Chasewood Park Dr.
Tues. Oct. 24 Moody Mansion in Galveston. 8 a. $14 pp. Tour the 31-room
Romanesque mansion that was completed for the Moody family in 1895. Lunch
available at local eateries. Following tour of the mansion, tour the shops and
restaurants on the Strand for lunch and other goodies. Call Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program to reserve seat on bus: 281-893-3726. Make check to:Fun4Seniors, mail to: Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program, 1731 Hugh Rd., Houston, Tx. 77067.
Bus leaves: Copperfield Church, 8350 Highway 6 North.
Tues. Oct. 24 Group Volunteer Outreach: Houston Food Bank. 10:15 a.
Lunch available for purchase @ Dinner Bell Bakery. Volunteers are required to
wear closed toe shoes, long pants and no jewelry. Help feed the hungry at Houston
Food Bank Warehouse. Thanks for your support !
Bus leaves:Barbara Bush Library, 6817 Cypresswood Dr. 77379.
Fri. Oct. 27 Yellowstone Paddlewheeler Excursion. 8:30 a. $18 pp. Lunch avail-
-able for purchase @ Dido Seafood. Enjoy a leisurely ride down the scenic San
Bernard River on the paddlewheeler riverboat, the Yellowstone.
Bus leaves: Tomball Regional Hospital, 605 Holderrieth Blvd. Park in Lot E.
Sat. Oct. 28
Texas Renaissance Festival: (RenFen) in Plantersville. 8:30 a. $13 pp.
Annual Event. Lunch available for purchase from vendors. Entertainers in period costumes , shop in the Market Village with over 400 merchants and artisans offer-
-ing various wares; food, drink and items from all over the world.
Bus leaves: Cypresswood Golf Club, 21602 Cypresswood Dr. Spring, 77379.
Call Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program to reserve seat on bus: 281-893-3726. Make check to:Fun4Seniors, mail to: Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program, 1731 Hugh Rd., Houston, Tx. 77067.
Sat. Oct. 28 Galveston Isle Oktoberfest. 9 1. $0. Celebrate culture and history
of the Germans with traditional games, food, drink, folk music and dancing. You
don't have to be of German ancestry to frolic for the fun of it. Lunch will be avail-
-able for purchase from vendors.
Bus leaves: Fairbanks Library, 9600 West Little York, 77040, Humble Civic Ctr., and Oaks Presbyterian Church, 1576 Chantilly Lane, 77018.
November Events//Trips: ONLINE: www.hcp4.net/sap/events
Fri. Nov. 10 Tree-mendously Thankful Luncheon. 11:30 a. $10 pp. Lone Star
College, University Park. Catered by Ben's Chuck Wagon: Roast turkey, Dress -
-ing, Mashed potatoes, Gravy, Rolls, Iced tea, Dessert. Call Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program to reserve seat: 281-893-3726. Make check to: Fun4Seniors, mail to: Prec. 4 Senior Adult Program, 1731 Hugh Rd., Houston, Tx. 77067.
More to come…..
December Events//Trips: ONLINE: www.hcp4.net/sap/events
Fri. Dec. 1 I Can Bearly Wait for Christmas Luncheon: 11:30 a. $10.
Cypress Creek Christian Com. Ctr. 6823 Cypresswood Dr., Spring, 77379.
Catered by Ben's Chuck Wagon offering turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes,
gravy, green beans, rolls, iced tea and dessert. Donations accepted of stuffed
bears to be distributed to local charitable organizations.
Tues. Dec. 5 All Wrapped Up Luncheon: 11:30 a. $10 pp. Jersey Village Baptist Church,16518 Jersey Dr. 77040. Catered by Ben's Chuck Wagon offering turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, rolls, iced tea and dessert.
Donations accepted of blankets to be distributed to the needy.
Fri. Dec. 8 Can'dy Cane Luncheon 11:30 a. 10 pp. Copperfield Church, 8350 Highway 6 North. Catered by Ben's Chuck Wagon offering turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, rolls, iced tea and dessert. Donations of can
goods will be accepted to provide assistance to the needy.

More to come….. STAY TUNED !
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Northwest Assistance Ministries, 281-885-4555,15555 Kuykendahl, 77090.NAM
NAM 60+Senior Group: NAM 60+
The NAM Bus is used to pick up Seniors who are no longer able to drive; and transports them to Northwest Assistance Ministries, 281-885-4555, @ 15555 Kuykendahl, 77090. Mon. Wed. and Fri. mornings and then drops them off at home in the afternoon. Daily fee: $1. applies for luncheon, seminar, day trip.
Café 60+ activities: Meals must be reserved at least 2 business days in advance.
Linda Plummer: 281-885-4619. Thanks for your cooperation.

September Events//Trips:
Mon. Sept. 18
National Aging Awareness Day.
Wed. Sept. 20 National Punch Day, come have lunch, glass of punch and enjoy.
Thurs. Sept. 21 WORM Day. Watch Old Rerun Movies. Must order your meal at least two business days in advance.
Fri. Sept. 22 First Day of Fall.
Mon. Sept. 25 Monthly BINGO ! Extravaganza .
Wed. Sept. 27 National Women's Health & Fitness Day. Yay !
Fri. Sept. 29 Monthly Birthday Celebration Day ! Happy September Birthdays !
Daily Fee applies for all events.
Note: the Bus and 60+ Café does accept donations.
Ongoing Events: Daily Fee Applies.
Tuesdays: French Class. 9:30 a.
Wednesdays: Intermediate Line Dancing: 9 a.
Wednesdays: Zumba Class for Seniors: 10:15 a.
Thursdays: Advanced Line Dancing: 1 p.
Thursdays: Classical Ballet Class for Seniors. 9:45 a.
Thursdays: Beginner Spanish Class. 9:30 a.
Fridays: Computer Class. 10:30 a.
Mon. Wed. Fri. Bingo Extravaganza 10 a.
Wii Bowling: Mon. & Fri. 10:30 a. No experience needed.
60+ Café open to all who are 60 and better, who live in Harris County. Must register by filling out a short form and order your meal two business days in advance. Northwest Assistance Ministries, 281-885-4555, 15555 Kuykendahl, 77090' The 60+ Café serves lunch from 11:30 -12:30 on Mon. Wed. & Fri.
Lunch is free, reservations at least 2 business days in advance. If you are not a
current member, call 281-885-4600. The 60+ Café and Bus Accept Donations. Thank You. Questions ? Linda: 281-885-4619.
Texas Health & Human Services Commission says there are 35 Million Americans
age 65 and older. Age Well and Live Well:
www.AgeWellLiveWell.org .
NAM's Helping Hands Crafts on Sale Now.
Available in Treasures of the Heart Corner ReSale Store @ NAM.
Gems May Be Precious, But Friendship is Priceless. Anonymous
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