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.
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.
November Events//Trips: ONLINE: www.hcp4.net/sap/events
Wed. Nov. 1 Gator Country Adventure Park, Beaumont, TX. 8:15 a. $12 pp.
Visit home /habitat of over 450 American alligators, crocodiles, and other rep-
-tiles that have been rescued from local and state authorities. Experience a hands-on with some of the animals. Lunch available for purchase at Floyd's Cajun Sea-
-food/Texas Steakhouse.
Bus leaves: Tomball Regional Hospital, 605 Holderrieth Blvd. Park in Lot E, off Medical Complex Dr.
Wed. Nov. 1 Visit Houston's Historic Glenwood Cemetery near Buffalo Bayou and Rice U.'s Skyspace. 1 p. $15 pp. The cemetery, estab. 1871 has interesting
Victorian monuments & statuary. Extensive walking is involved. Following lunch @ Spaghetti Western Italian Café, group will visit the Twilight Epiphany
Skyspace on Rice U. campus. Constructed of grass, concrete, stone, composite
steel and equipped with an LED light sequence projected onto a ceiling through an
aperture in the 72 sq. ft. knife-edged roof just before sunset and sunrise. (We will
seen only the sunset: not the sunrise).
Bus leaves: Fairbanks Library, 9600 West Little York, 77040.
Thurs. Nov. 2 International Quilt Show: GR Brown Conv. Ctr. 9 a. $$10/$9 over
65 @ door. Quilts from around the world, antiques, country crafts, fabrics, pat -
-terns. Show and sale at the Largest Quilt Making Academy in the World. Lunch on your own at the center.
Bus leaves: Jersey Village Baptist Church, St. Luke's Hospital @ Vintage, Humble Civic Ctr.,Mangum-Howell Ctr., Spring Baptist Church, 633 E. Louetta Rd. Spring.
Sat. Nov. 4 Jeanne Robertson @ Houston Revention Music Ctr. 4 p. $15 pp.
Dinner at Spaghetti Western Italian Café prior to show. Robertson once was a
tiara-wearing Pageant Queen; having won the title of Miss Carolina 1963, and Miss Congeniality in the Miss America contest. She re-invented herself into a
humorist and professional orator about life as a beauty contestant and about get-
-ting older. A Very Funny, Entertaining Lady !
Bus leaves: Champion Forest Baptist Church.
Tues. Nov. 7 Intro to Golf @ Cypresswood Golf Club. 8 a. $20 pp. Golf instructions from a Golf Pro on Tuesdays, Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28. Each for 1.5 hrs.
Following each session a lunch is available for $5.
Bus leaves: Kingwood Com. Ctr. 4102 Rustic Woods Dr.
Tues. Nov. 7 Gypsy Cob Horse Ranch, Huntsville, TX. 8:30 a. $20 pp.
A 2-hour tour of the Mare Field, the 42 mares are gentle and friendly; will ap-
-proach you expecting a treat of apple, carrot or bread handout. The ranch is home
to about 62 Gypsy Cob horses, including some national and international cham-
-pions. You may bring snacks and drinks to enjoy while at the Farm. Lunch is
available for purchase @ Margarita's Mexican Restaurant/Cantina.
Bus leaves:
St. Luke'sHospital @ Vintage, and Humble Civic Center.
Tues. Nov. 7 Houston Zoo. 10 a. -$0. Home to over 6,000 animals, over 900
species in a lush tropical animal paradise landscape. Following visit to zoo,
group will enjoy lunch at Cleburne's Cafeteria accepts only cash, no credit cards.
Bus leaves:
Kingwood Com. Ctr. 4102 Rustic Woods Dr.
Tues. Nov. 7 Moody Gardens Galveston Island, 9 a. $15 pp. Enjoy an enchant-
-ing day at Moody Gardens, choose from six exciting attractions: Aquarium Pyra-
-mid, Rainforest Pyramid, 3D Theatre, 4D Theatre, Ride Film Theatre or Colonel Paddlewheel Boat. Lunch available for purchase @ Shrimp 'n Stuff Restaurant.
Bus leaves: Kingwood Com. Ctr. 4102 Rustic Woods Dr.
Wed. Nov. 8 Tribute to Veterans: Annual Event honoring Veterans by Commish.
Prec. 4 Jack Cagle at the Humble Civic Ctr. 4:30 p. $0 Doors open: 6 p.
Prior to the Catered dinner of Turkey & Dressing w/all the Trimmings; the Flag
Presentation ceremony will be made by Atascosita HS Jr. ROTC. Musical tribute of patriotic songs by TAMU Singing Cadets now in their 114th Touring Season
.
Must make reservations: for dinner. Bus leaves the following locations:
Champion Forest Baptist Church, Copperfield Church, St. Luke's Hospital @ Vintage, Mangum- Howell Ctr. Jersey Village Baptist Church, Kingwood Com. Ctr. Oaks Presbyterian Church, Spring Baptist Church, Cypresswood Golf Club,
Trinity Lutheran Church, Tomball Regional Hospital, or drive on your own.
Thurs. Nov. 9 Nutcracker Market Houston NRG Ctr. 10 a. $20 pp. @ Door.
Unique items for family, home décor, gourmet food, accessories, apparel, toys,
garden items and much more @ this very popular annual event. Lunch on your
own at NRG center.
Bus leaves: Champion Forest Baptist Church, Copperfield Church, Kingwood Comm. Ctr. and Tomball Regional Hospital.
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.
Sat. Nov. 11 Texas Renaissance Festival: (RenFen) in Todd Mission, TX. 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 offering various wares; food, drink and items from all over the world. Lunch on
your own @ festival.
Bus leaves: Champion Forest Baptist Church.
Sat. Nov. 11 Larry's Old Tyme Trade Days, Winnie, TX. 9 a. $0. Largest Flea
Market in Southeast Texas ! Vendors offer assortment of home décor, arts, crafts,
antiques, jewelry, clothing, etc. Lunch on your own from vendors.
Bus leaves:
Oaks Presbyterian Church.
Tues. Nov. 14 Moody Gardens Galveston Island, 9 a. $15 pp. Enjoy an enchant-
-ing day at Moody Gardens, choose from six exciting attractions: Aquarium Pyra-
-mid, Rainforest Pyramid, 3D Theatre, 4D Theatre, Ride Film Theatre or Colonel Paddlewheel Boat. Lunch available for purchase @ Shrimp 'n Stuff Restaurant.
Bus leaves: Tomball Regional Hospital, 605 Holderrieth Blvd.
Wed. Nov. 15
Houston Museum of Fine Arts, and Houston Cistern. 9 a. $21 pp.
Docent-guided tour of Best-loved works of Art. Visit the Cistern built in 1926 to
preserve water to fight fires and have water in reserve. Lunch available @ Buca
Di Beppo Café.
Bus leaves: Copperfield Church.
Thurs. Nov. 16 Fun Shopping Trip to Brenham & Chappell Hill. 8 a. $0. Shop in
Boutiques, ReSale Shops in both towns 'til you drop. Lunch available at the Must
Be Heaven Restaurant, then head to the BlueBell Creamery for a sweet treat !
Bus leaves: Cypresswood Golf Club. (Boo Hoo ! Where is our bus ?)
Fri. Nov. 17 Bayou Wildlife Zoo. 9:30 a. $7 pp. Board a tram for the Wildlife
Safari and see animals native to Africa, Asia, Australia and South America.
Lunch available at Joe's BBQ.
Bus leaves: Kingwood Comm. Ctr.
Sat. Nov. 18 Texas Renaissance Festival: (RenFen) in Todd Mission, TX. 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 offering various wares; food, drink and items from all over the world.
Bus leaves: Tomball Regional Hospital.
Sat. Nov. 18 Liendo Plantation in Hempstead: Civil War Weekend. 9 a. $5 @ gate. Civil War Re-enactment, demonstrations and other activities surrounding the event. Lunch available from vendors. Bus leaves: Champion Forest Baptist Church, Humble Civic Ctr., and Oaks Presbyterian Church.
Tues. Nov. 21 Moody Gardens Galveston Island, 9 a. $15 pp. Enjoy an enchant-
-ing day at Moody Gardens, choose from six exciting attractions: Aquarium Pyra-
-mid, Rainforest Pyramid, 3D Theatre, 4D Theatre, Ride Film Theatre or Colonel Paddlewheel Boat. Lunch available for purchase @ Shrimp 'n Stuff Restaurant.
Bus leaves: Oaks Presbyterian Church, 1576 Chantilly Lane, 77018.
Tues. Nov. 21 Moody Gardens Galveston Island, 9 a. $15 pp. Enjoy an enchant-
-ing day at Moody Gardens, choose from six exciting attractions: Aquarium Pyra-
-mid, Rainforest Pyramid, 3D Theatre, 4D Theatre, Ride Film Theatre or Colonel Paddlewheel Boat. Lunch available for purchase @ Shrimp 'n Stuff Restaurant.
Bus leaves: Copperfield Church, 8350 Highway 6 North.
Tues. Nov. 21
ReSale Shop Hop Houston. 9 a. $0. Shop at premier resale shops
for high end furniture, jewelry, clothing, books, kitchen and home décor. After-
wards have lunch at Phoenicia Market/Restaurant offering pizza, salad, soup, sandwiches, bakery & more.
Bus leaves: St. Luke's Hospital.
Tues. Nov. 28 Brookwood Community in Katy. 9 a. $0. Tour the community
for adults with disabilities. Residents learn skills to enhance their self-esteem and
contribution in this unique community. Lunch available for purchase in the Brook-
-wood Community Restaurant.
Bus leaves: St. Luke's Hospital Vintage.
Wed. Nov. 29 TopGolf Spring. 9:15 a. $20 pp. Using microchip technology
players score by hitting falls into targets, thereby earning points. $20 includes 2 hrs. of playtime, unlimited sodas, chips, queso & salsa.
Bus leaves: Tomball
Reg. Med. Ctr. Park in Lot E.
Thurs. Nov. 30 Galveston Sea Turtle Facility. 8 a. $0. Visit the National Marine
Fisheries Service which has participated in International Sea Turtle Recovery Program since 1978. Each year the facility acquires 200 loggerhead turtle hatch-
-lings from Florida, and nurtures them until they can be released into the ocean. This is the only facility of its size and class in the World; and is operated under the Homeland Security Guidelines and as such No Firearms are allowed on the prop-
-erty. After lunch available for purchase at Tortuga's Mexican Kitchen, the group will go to La King's Confectionary on the Strand for a sweet treat on your own.
Bus leaves: Spring Cypress Presby. Church, 6000 Spr. Cypress Rd., 77379.
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.
Sat. Dec. 2 Dickens on the Strand, Galveston. 10 a.m. $15 pp. World-famous
Holiday Celebration on the Strand featuring Street parades, Live entertainment on 6 stages,19th Century costumed carolers, Roving musicians, Bagpipers, Jugglers
and other performers in period costumes. Vendors peddle their wares from rolling
carts laden with holiday food, crafts, clothing, jewelry, and other holiday items.
Lunch available for purchase from vendors @ the festival.
Bus leaves: Champion- -Forest Baptist Church, 15555 Stuebner Airline, 77069.
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. (Not a bus trip).
Tues. Dec. 5 Festival of Lights, Moody Gardens @ Galveston Isle. 3 p. $11 pp.
Annual Event features more than 1 million twinkling lights and delightful holiday
scenes. Dinner available for purchase at Shrimp n' Stuff.
Bus leaves: Tomball
Regional Medical Ctr.
Wed. Dec. 6 Houston Zoo Lights. 3:45 p. $14 pp. Favorite Holiday Tradition
features over 2 million twinkling lights, lighted animal sculptures and Holiday
projections @ the Zoo. Strolling carolers and holiday performers from local school and church choirs. Lunch available for purchase from Spaghetti Western
Restaurant.
Bus leaves: Kingwood Com. Ctr. 4102 Rustic Woods Dr.
Wed. Dec. 6 See above: Houston Zoo Lights: Bus leaves: Fairbanks Library, 9600 West Little York.
Wed. Dec. 6 See above: Houston Zoo Lights: 4:15 p. $14 pp.
Bus leaves: Champion Forest Baptist Church, 15555 Stuebner Airline, 77069.
Thurs. Dec. 7 Houston Galleria Shopping Trip. 10 a. $0. Largest Mall in Texas,
Y'all ! Over 375 upscale stores stuffed with stuff for stockings on your list.
Bus leaves: St. Luke's Hospital @ Vintage, 20171 Chasewood Park Dr. 77070.
Sat. Dec. 9 Varner-Hogg Plantation in West Columbia. 2:30 p. $3 pp. Step back
in time and tour the Plantation house decorated for Christmas as the mid 1800s in
Texas. See the feather-tree Christmas-decorations. Learn about popular toys of an
earlier time; view the dining room table set for a typical holiday feast. Enjoy a cup
of wassail and Christmas cookies. Dinner available for purchase @ Asiel's in
Lake Jackson.
Bus leaves: St. Luke'sHospital @ Vintage.
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.
Tues. Dec. 12 Magical Winter Lights in Houston. 3 p. $13pp. See the larger- than-life festival featuring multi-cultural take on traditional holiday light shows.
Six fascinating themes including Magical Wonderland, Mystical Forest, Lone Star
State, Santa's Christmas Village, Mystery of the East and Landmarks of the World.
Dinner available for purchase @ Olive Garden Italian Restaurant.
Bus leaves:
Kingwood Com. Ctr. 4102 Rustic Woods Dr.
Wed. Dec. 13 Houston Zoo Lights: 4:45 p. $14 pp. See Dec. 6.
Bus leaves: Oaks Presbyterian Church, 1576 Chantilly Lane, 77018.
Wed. Dec. 13 Houston Zoo Lights: 3:45 p. $14 pp. See Dec. 6.
Bus leaves: Spring Cypress Presby. Church, 6000 Spring Cypress Rd., Spring,
Wed. Dec. 13 Houston Zoo Lights: 4: p. $14 pp. See Dec. 6
Bus leaves: Humble Civic Ctr., 8233 Will Clayton Prkwy., Humble 77338.
Thurs. Dec. 14 Christmas Train Victory Camp in Alvin, Tx. 3 p. $7 pp. Exper-
-ience a unique train ride; see over 300,000 Holiday Lights, Decorations, Color-
-ful Gingerbread Villages, Penguin snow-lands, Lifesize storybook illustrations
along the way. Dinner available for purchase @ Joe's Barbeque.
Bus leaves: St. Luke's Hospital @ Vintage, 20171 Chasewood Park Dr. 77070.
Fri. Dec. 15 The 1894 Grand Opera House, on Post Office Street; close to the Strand in Galveston presents: Deep in the Heart of Texas with the Texas Tenors.
2:30 p. $20 pp. The Historic Opry is an up-close and personal venue, small and
cozy. Texas Tenors Marcus Collins, John Hagen and JC Fisher; have just returned from their debut on a PBS Special; showcasing their unique blend of harmony on country, classical, pop and Broadway tunes. Don't Miss this Show !
Before the show; take in the shops and restaurants on the Strand and enjoy your dinner at one of your choosing. Bon Appetit !
Bus leaves: Tomball Regional Hospital, 605 Holderrieth Blvd.

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL AND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY, HEALTHY NEW YEAR.! !

January 2018 Events//Trips: ONLINE: www.hcp4.net/sap/events
Tues. Jan. 30
Destinations Galore Travel Show. 9:30 a. $0. Visit with repre-
-sentatives from Historical Societies, Chambers of Commerce, Festival and
Special Event Co-ordinators, Tour Planners from southeast Texas. Event is
open to all Harris C. Senior Group Co-ordinators and takes place at the
Humble Civic Ctr., 8233 Will Clayton Prkwy., Humble 77338. Make a reservation to attend and Transport yourself or make a reservation to attend and ride a Prec. 4 bus from one of the following locations: Champion Forest Baptist Church, 15555 Stuebner Airline, 77069, Mangum-Howell Ctr.281-591-7830, 2500 Frick Rd. Houston 77038, Kingwood Com. Ctr. 4102 Rustic Woods Dr., Oaks Presbyterian Church, 1576 Chantilly Lane, 77018, Tomball Regional Hospital, 605 Holderrieth Blvd. Park in Lot E, off Medical Complex Dr., Spring Baptist Church, 633 East Louetta Rd. Park on east lot on Lexington Rd., Jersey Village Baptist Church, 16518 Jersey Dr. St. Luke'sHospital @ Vintage, 20171 Chasewood Park Dr. 77070, Copperfield Church, 8350 Highway 6 North.

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.
October Events//Trips:
National Crime Prevention Month !
Helping Hands Sale: 15% off Halloween Items.
RSVP and Pay by Oct. 25.
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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