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Fall & Halloween Activities in Katy TX

Katy TX HalloweenWe’re more than halfway through October, which means Halloween is just around the corner! It will look different this year, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t still great ways to get out of the house and enjoy the fall season in and around Katy TX. As your Katy real estate agent, I came up with this list so you can choose the activities that sound best to you!

1.  Central Green at LaCenterra still has activities for you to sign up for and enjoy this season. Upcoming classes include Tai Chi in the Park, Yoga on the Green, and Laughter Yoga. These three activities repeat weekly. Sign up in advance!

2.  Friday, Oct. 23, head to a free Trunk or Treat event, hosted by Will Pezzi P.A. and Associates. This will take place in the parking lot at 714 South Peek Road in Katy from 6 to 9 p.m. Stop by in costume and grab treats from the trunks of cars!

3.  Schedule a painting class with Pinot’s Palette and paint a beautiful fall photo! There are numerous pumpkin paintings, a jack-o-lantern with a black cat, a haunted house, and numerous Halloween day and night options! Check out the calendar and book your favorite.

4.  The NFF Texas 5K is happening virtually this year in Katy TX. Support NFF, Necrotizing Fasciitis Foundation, by registering and running the race virtually. You will still receive a runners bag with a shirt, bib, medal and more when you sign up. Post pictures with the event hashtag!

5.  Cane Island has multiple ways for its residents to celebrate Halloween this year. Oct. 24 is a Fall Festival and Trunk or Treat event from 3-6 p.m., and Oct. 28 is a Virtual Toddler Halloween Jam. Kids can wear their costumes and meet characters over Zoom, with games, stories and songs.

6.  Drive by a creepily decorated house to get in the spirit of Halloween this year! A couple in Katy turned their home into ‘Island of the Dolls’ for Halloween, with more than 200 spooky dolls on display in the Settler’s Village neighborhood.

7.  Tickets are on sale for Halloween Town in Sugar Land on Oct. 31. This event includes a costume parade, vendors, games, a Halloween movie and more at Constellation Field. Masks are required and temperature checks will take place upon entry.

Enjoy your fall season and these Halloween activities, and have a safe, fun rest of your month! As your Katy real estate agent, I am here to answer any questions you may have about the Katy real estate market this year. Whether wanting to buy, sell or both, housing is still hot! It’s a great time to achieve your real estate goals before the winter holidays! Give me a call anytime to discuss your options.

Mickie Cioccia | Broker Associate

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Fall Events to Enjoy in Katy, TX This Week!

halloween pumpkinsFrom pumpkins and food trucks, to costumes and jousting, there is something for everyone this last week of October in Katy, TX! As your Katy real estate agent, I am here to bring you a list of the best events and activities coming up in Katy and the surrounding area. Many are related to Halloween, so get your costumes ready to go! See what sounds most fun to you from the list and add it to your calendar.

  • The Texas Renaissance Festival is running every weekend, now through Nov. 26! Stroll streets from the Renaissance era and enjoy music, stage performances, costumed people, cultural foods, craft making, amusement rides and more.
  • Dewberry Farm is just west of Katy and features tons of festive fall activities from now through Nov. 12! Pick a pumpkin from the pumpkin patch, try your luck at a corn maze, allow your kids to run around and enjoy the rides and attractions, catch a fireworks show and grab a delicious bite to eat!
  • Head to the Fireflies and Foodtrucks fundraiser on Thursday, Oct. 26 at No Label Brewery in Katy! From 5:30 to 8 p.m., adults can enjoy live entertainment, a variety of free eats from local food trucks and beer from the local brewery. Funds go to Inspiring Imagination grants. Tickets cost $50.
  • This weekend is the Wicked Weekend & Carnival at Katy Visual and Performing Arts Center, Oct. 27 through Oct. 29. Enjoy a kid-friendly spooky maze during the day, obstacle courses, spin art, toddler bounce, inflatable rock walls, jousting, carnival games and more. At night, adults can enjoy a scary haunted house!
  • Bring the kids to the Houston Family Fun Fest at LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch on Oct. 29 from noon to 4 p.m. Kids can enjoy face painting, a rock climbing wall, inflatables, arts and crafts, door prizes, music, stage performances and more under every tent. It’s free to attend!
  • If you think your kids have the best Halloween costumes, take a photo and submit to Katy Magazine’s Official Halloween Costume Contest on or before Oct. 30 at noon. The contest is for kids ages 2-12. They will share photos on Katy Magazine and social media, and winners will receive monetary prizes!
  • Head to Chick-fil-A locations in Katy for Family Night, Pirates & Princesses! Kids can go on a treasure hunt for tasty surprises. Plus, if dressed as a pirate or princess, kids will receive a free nuggets kids’ meal. Balloon animals and face painting included. This takes place Oct. 31 and Nov. 1.

Enjoy your month in Katy, including trick-or-treating and dressing up in costume on Tuesday! When ready to accomplish your Katy real estate market goals, contact me, your Katy real estate agent. The real estate market never stops, so any time is a good time to achieve your goals! I look forward to answering your questions and helping you achieve your goals this fall.

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realized they had found the perfect place for their clients to raise a family...and for their clients parents to enjoy the Grandchildren! Katy boasts great Active Senior options like Heritage Grand (a 55+ section of Cinco Ranch) and The Solana at Cinco Ranch, wonderful family amenities like parks, playgrounds, golf courses, lakes, fishing, boating, nature walks, and short drives to the beach and Hill Country. the Katy area is a great place to enjoy the weekend. Simply put Katy has it all! Area Tour" with you and show you why they feel Katy Real Estate is the best place in the Houston area to live, work. and play! You will see schools, great luxury family subdivisions, shopping facilities, highway options, and wonderful restaurants! Cross Creek Ranch: Cross Creek Ranch is the newest Master Planned Community in the Katy Real Estate area but is quickly catching on with those looking for a little slower pace

While still having lots of amenities and wonderful school options. Developed by the same people who brought us Grand Lakes, Cross Creek Ranch has a wide variety of homes and prices. This community is an easy commute to I-10 and the Westpark Tollway. Kelliwood: Kelliwood is a beautiful group of subdivisions off S. Fry Rd. A wide range of homes and home prices can be found here. From Custom Gated sections like LakeForest that are comprised of all estate homes...to smaller patio homes that border the Willow Fork Country Club. The short commute times appeal to a wide range of buyers! Green Trails: Green Trails is a large Master Planned Community that borders I-10, S. Fry Rd, and Baker Rd. It is full of amenities for the family, is close to I-10 and the Houston Energy Corridor, and has a variety of styles and price ranges from small one story homes up to Custom Estates...no matter what you are looking for it will be easy for you to carve out your slice of Green Trails! Silver Ranch: A fairly new master planned community located in area that some folks believe is the best part of all of Katy Real Estate.

Silver Ranch is only a short drive away from Katy Mills Mall and is located in the highly acclaimed Katy Independent School District. The community is approximately 3 miles from both I-10 and the Westpark Tollway. Lavish homes ranging from the $140's to $300's make the community very affordable for growing famililies or empty nesters. Silver Ranch is conveniently located for access to major employers in the energy corridor and has easy entree to South West Houston, Sugarland, West Park Tollway along with numerous park and ride bus lots that have express service to downtown Houston. When this community is completed it will be home to about 1,500 families. Amenities include Six Lane Jr Olympic Pool , Stone Grill Children's Splash Pad, Tennis Court, Playground and Swing Set, Outdoor BBQ Pavilion and numerous Walking Trails.

Seven Meadows: Seven Meadows is a Master Planned Community that was developed by the same people who put Cinco Ranch on the map! It is located right off HWY 99 (the Grand Parkway) with short commutes to both I-10 and the Westpark Tollway. Pools, parks, a movie theater, work out facilities, and nature trails are all part of this great community!

Katy is a city located in Harris, Fort Bend and Waller Counties in the U.S. state of Texas, within the Houston–Sugar Land–Baytown metropolitan area. The population was 11,775 at the 2000 census.

Katy, suburb of Houston, Texas, is named for the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad (commonly referred to as the "K-T Railroad", now a part of Union Pacific) that ran through Katy in the 19th century. Katy was once known as Cane Island. The name is derived from Cane Island Creek which runs just west of downtown. Cane Creek is a branch of Buffalo Bayou. The origins of the name Cane Island are believed to be from the fact that Katy was once a major sugar cane producer and rice producer. To commermorate the importance of rice to the Katy community, the Chamber of Commerce holds the Rice Harvest Festival every second weekend of October.

Katy was recently the location of one of the ten large red balloons in the DARPA Network Challenge on December 5, 2009. The balloon was stationed in Katy Park.

In 2009 the Gadberry Group named Katy as one of nine "9 from 2009" most notable high growth areas in the United States.
After a low income apartment complex was proposed for development in an adjacent unincorporated area, in 2010 the Katy City Council passed a resolution stating that the development would decrease property values.[5] The plans for the complex were canceled.