Join us this weekend with two opportunities to shop, where you can find both hidden treasures and fresh produce all in the same weekend!
This Saturday, shop at Bridgeland’s biannual Garage Sale from 8 a.m. to noon. Located in Festival Park, enjoy shopping in one convenient location instead of traveling from house to house.
On Sunday, the Farmers Market at Bridgeland will feature fall produce and an exhibition bee hive so guests can explore the world of bees. The market is held on the second Sunday of every month at Lakeland Activity Center. Be on the lookout for the list of vendors that will be at the Nov. and Dec. market as we celebrate Artisan Market Days. This annual addition to the monthly market offers unique gift items just in time for the holidays.
The 9th Annual Howl-O-Ween Fest returns to Bridgeland on October 21 with Sara Carson and The Super Collies, contestants on this season of America’s Got Talent.
Sara, one of the top dog trick instructors in the world, leads The Super Collies. Her talented group has also been featured on The Late Show with David Letterman and The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Along with her dog, Hero, Sara recently made it to the finals on America’s Got Talent, placing fifth overall.
Hero is no stranger to TV either, starring in several commercials for Petco, the Family Channel and the Pet Network.
It’s been a whirlwind few years for Sara and her trained dogs. She started training dogs when she was 8 and by the time she was 17, she’d made it to The Late Show with David Letterman. Five years later, she beat out almost 300,000 people who auditioned for America’s Got Talent. Now, those in attendance at Bridgeland’s Howl-O-Ween Fest will get a chance to see her act up close!
Sara and The Super Collies will be joined by the Dynamo Dogs, Houston Disc Dogs and The Amazing Blake. All four groups will be part of a lineup that features new acts performing every 30 minutes. The dog-centric holiday event will take place at Bridgeland’s Oak Meadow Park from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, October 21. Read more ›
Beazer Homes announced their new model in Parkland Village is now open and ready to tour! Parkland Village is Bridgeland’s newest addition and will have all model homes in one convenient location, making it easy to visit homes in a desired price range.
Beazer Homes is offering a series of eight floor plans that range from 1,725 to 2,707 square feet. Both single- and two-story homes will be available, up to four bedrooms and 3.5 bath. In addition, the builder offers Energy Efficiency in every home, Mortgage Choices, which provides mortgage options for any homebuyer, and Choice Plans™ to allow homebuyers to choose a floor plan that specifically caters to their lifestyle. Prices start from the $260,000s. Read more ›
September’s Friday Night Bites was more than just food and fun, it was an opportunity for people to help those that were impacted by the flood waters of Hurricane Harvey.
Houston’s First Baptist Church and the Bridgeland team before the supplies were taken for distribution.
More than 2,000 attended the event on Friday to enjoy live music and a variety of cuisine from 14 food trucks and vendors. The festivities created the perfect opportunity to join together and collect supplies for families in need. The donated items have been given to Bridgeland’s Churches – The Foundry and Houston’s First Baptist Church. Their teams are working to get the supplies into the hands of families trying to recover from the storm’s impact.
Additionally, all food trucks donated a portion of their proceeds to the United Way Relief Fund established by The Howard Hughes Corporation in response to Hurricane Harvey. Food for First Responders, a collection of food truck owners who are feeding first responders and volunteers in the area at no charge, will also be receiving some of the proceeds. These funds will continue to help feed those that are helping our community to recover.
Thank you to everyone who helped make the night possible. The supplies and funds that were collected will make a difference in the lives of many people.
Save the date for next month’s event! Friday Night Bites will be held on Oct. 13 from 5 to 9 PM (note the new fall hours) and more info will be coming soon.
Friday Night Bites returns to Bridgeland on Sept. 8 from 6 to 10 p.m. and will use this opportunity to help those that have been affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Our goal is to collect a variety of supplies and basic necessities during the event to help those in need. If you would like to support the cause, we ask that you bring any of the following supplies:
- Full-size hygiene products (shampoo, deodorant, toothpaste, etc.)
- Cleaning supplies (masks, gloves, 5 gallon buckets, mops, scrubbing brushes, etc.)
- School Supplies
- Diapers, wipes, formula
- Pet supplies
Items will be collected and distributed by Bridgeland’s churches – The Foundry and Houston’s First Baptist Church, who have both been extremely dedicated to the recovery efforts.
Additionally, each food truck will donate a portion of their proceeds from Friday Night Bites to the United Way Relief Fund established by The Howard Hughes Corporation in response to Hurricane Harvey and to ‘Food for First Responders’ which is a collection of food truck owners who are feeding first responders and volunteers in the area at no charge. These funds will continue to help feed those that are helping our community to recover.
If you are unable to make the event but would like to donate, please visit https://www.unitedwayhouston.org/.
Entertainment during the event includes live music from two bands: Reece Brenan and the Costal Cowboys and the Joel Hernandez Band. Guests can also enjoy a car show and Lil’ Chefs’ Corner, hosted by Skye Cafe, will feature Shannon Tune – Chopped Winner 2016 and owner of Craft Burger Food Truck.
The lineup for this month includes the following food trucks:
Buttz Food Truck
Nom Mi Street
The Cuban Spot
The Grove Truck
The Sauer Kraut Food Truck
Jamaica Pon Di Road
Barrels Sweet Tea
The Baker’s Man
Friday Night Bites is held on the second Friday of each month at Lakeland Village Center. This will be the last month for the later start time, which is 6 p.m.
Attendees are encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs, with no glass containers permitted.
Friday Night Bites returns to Bridgeland with plenty of new food trucks, local band Nervous Rex and a back-to-school drive benefitting Cy-Hope on August 11.
Friday Night Bites is quickly becoming a Friday night favorite in Cypress. This month’s event will run from 6 to 10 p.m. This month, we will host a back-to-school donation drive benefitting Cy-Hope, a local organization dedicated to bringing hope and opportunity to every child in the Cy-Fair area. Donate new school supplies of $5 or more and receive a ticket for a complimentary face painting. If you don’t have time to shop, bring a $5 donation and Cy-Hope will purchase them for you!
Friday Night Bites includes the following food trucks: D’Lish with southern comfort food; Falacos with vegan and gluten-free fare; the Cajun Asian fusion stylings of KAOW, Hangreek with Greek food; Truck on the Bayou’s Cajun offerings; Bright Relish Chicago dogs; Japanese food from Dojo Hibachi and American comfort food from Pounders.
In addition, Skye Cafe will also offer a kids’ menu. For dessert, PretzTex (stuffed pretzels), N’awlins Sneaux Bawls (snow balls), Barrel’s Sweet Tea (homemade iced teas) and The Baker’s Man (Bundt cakes) will all be on hand.
Athletistry Performing Arts Center, which will open at Lakeland Village Center later this year, will perform during the event. Athletistry recently won top studio (Ultim8 Studio) at 8 National Talent Competition’s 2017 Grand Nationals Tournament in Gulf Shores, Ala. Skye Cafe will host two activities this month: Lil’ Chef’s Corner will be giving demonstrations on unique lunch options for kids and at 8 p.m., head over to the Story Time Tent to enjoy a reading of two favorite children’s stories.
We encourage you to bring blankets and lawn chairs with you and remember, no glass containers permitted.
Bridgeland and The Woodlands, two award-winning Texas developments of The Howard Hughes Corporation, combined for a total of seven wins at the 2017 Texas Association of Builders (TAB) Star Awards in Dallas on August 3.
The Woodlands took home the top award for “Best Mixed-Use Community” in the multifamily category for Hughes Landing while Bridgeland won for “Best Social Media Marketing.” The Woodlands also won awards for “Best Landscape Design”, “Best Email Message”, “Best Online Advertisement” and “Best Direct Mail Piece” while Bridgeland rounded out the evening with “Best Special Promotion.”
Bridgeland was named a finalist for another seven awards and The Woodlands was named a finalist for another four awards.
The awards also come as Bridgeland, which has won TAB’s Grand Award for “Developer of the Year” three times (2010, 2011 and 2016) introduces the next chapter of living in the award-winning community with Parkland Village, which will carry forward Bridgeland’s focus on community and neighborhood connections, maintaining the overall theme of locating a park no more than a quarter-mile from every home in the community.
The Texas Association of Builders launched the awards program in 1992 and considers The Star Awards as the only statewide tribute to excellence in the home building industry.
The diversity of Lakeland Village Center continues to grow with our two newest additions to Bridgeland. F45 Training and Athletistry Performing Arts Center will join us in Bridgeland later this year, bringing with them innovative new workouts and a unique blend of dance classes.
For fitness buffs, F45 Training will combine high intensity interval training/tabata style training with the best of CrossFit, traditional weight training, boxing, MMA and surfing into 45-minute functional workouts.
In all, F45 offers Cypress residents 27 different styles of classes and more than 3,000 different training movements. Classes are either cardio or resistance based, with some a combination of the two. Already have a packed weekly schedule? F45 Fitness says not to worry. They will offer more than 30 classes each week!
Meanwhile, Athletistry Performing Arts Center will bring a unique blend of class styles to Bridgeland. And they know their stuff! Athletistry just won top studio (Ultim8 Studio) at 8 National Talent Competition’s 2018 Grand Nationals Tournament in Gulf Shores, Ala. Read more ›
Looking for something fun to do but want to stay close to home? Get in touch with your inner foodie on the second Friday of every month at Friday Night Bites. Held at Bridgeland’s Lakeland Village Center, the summer hours are 6 to 10 p.m.
Each event is packed with a variety of food and entertainment options. So far this year, guests have enjoyed live music, kids’ art projects, karaoke, sports activities, limbo contest and other games, and much more!
The monthly event highlights Bridgeland’s first of several commercial centers, bringing unique shopping, dining, various services and medical offices right to the doorstep of Bridgeland residents. Lakeland Village Center will continue to be a hub of activity during Friday Night Bites and other seasonal events. Be on the lookout for a grand opening that will take place this fall as more retailers are ready to open. And be sure to save the date for Friday Night Bites on August 11!