Posted 6/7/24

Special Pals offers low-cost vaccination clinic on June 7 Do Fido and Fluffy need their shots but your wallet needs an injection of cash? Take your pets to Special Pals’ low-cost vaccination …

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Special Pals offers low-cost vaccination clinic on June 7

Do Fido and Fluffy need their shots but your wallet needs an injection of cash? Take your pets to Special Pals’ low-cost vaccination clinic at 11 a.m. on June 7th. The animal rescue shelter is located at 3830 Greenhouse Road in Houston. For more information, call 281-579-7387.

Conjure up an evening of fun on June 7-8

The Conjurer – billed as an intimate magical experience – will be at the Brandt 1910 Center, 6503 Commerce St, Wallis, for two nights June 7 and 8. The performance offers two shows each day – at 1 p.m. and 8 p.m. Amazing magic, clean comedy, audience interaction, theatrical lighting, music and video are combined in a beautiful vintage magic theater atmosphere. You'll witness World-Class sleight-of-hand magic in an immersive intimate setting that will transport you into another world as incredible feats of magic are performed right before your eyes. The show is highly interactive and includes an incredible trick you will perform yourself. Seating is limited to just 36 seats to insure intimacy and visibility. "The Conjurer" is 100% clean and “family-friendly” but is geared toward adults so it is generally recommended that attendees be at least 12. For more information, go to

Coach Hess launches new book at June 10th signing

Local business coach Greg Hess will launch his new book, “Peak Experiences,” with a book signing event to be held June 10th from 5 to 8 p.m. at Voodoo Brewing Company, 22756 Westheimer Parkway #100 in Katy. Hess is offering a free beer with each $20.00 book purchase. All proceeds from the book sales will benefit Christ Clinic, a Katy-based charity health clinic.

Hope Chest Blood drive on June 11th

A summer blood drive will be held on June 11 from 1:30 to 5 p.m. at the Hope Chest Resale Market of Katy, 6545 Stockdick School Road. The donor coach from the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center will be onsite and all donors will receive a free beach towel and a coupon to use at the Hope Chest store. To register, visit

AARP scheduled monthly meeting on June 11

The Katy chapter of AARP will meet Tuesday, June 11, at Midway BBQ, 6191 Highway Blvd in Katy beginning at 6:30 p.m. with a short meeting, announcements, and election of officers. After the meeting, entertainment will be provided by Buddy and Jeanie Trotter who sing many of the classics from country, rock, and pop. Come to the meeting then stay to listen, sing along, or dance.

Visitors are welcome. Allow time to purchase any food before the meeting starts.

‘Women of Katy’ quarterly event returns on June 18th

Join the Katy Business Association and the Katy Area Chamber of Commerce for an empowering morning at the Women of Katy Synergy Networking Event from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. on June 18. Your ticket includes admission to the exclusive networking event where you'll connect with dynamic women from the Katy area. Enjoy a delicious breakfast and freshly brewed coffee as you expand your network, exchange ideas, and forge valuable connections. Don't miss this opportunity to grow personally and

professionally in a supportive and inspiring environment at Venue 116, at 907 Bains Street in Brookshire. To register, go to

Katy Pride first birthday on June 20th

Katy Pride, the vibrant heartbeat of the LGBTQ community, is gearing up to celebrate its first year with a FREE birthday bash in collaboration with The Greater Houston LGBTQ Chamber of Commerce. Join this celebration presented by The American Silver Museum and TLN Consulting Group on Thursday, June 20, at 6:30 p.m. at the upstairs venue of Park Place at the Boardwalk, 25551 Kingsland Blvd C102, in Katy. This event will feature a live DJ spinning beats, a dance floor, memorable photo ops, an open appetizer spread for all guests to enjoy along with food and drink specials, and exciting raffle items and door prizes.

Chill out at the City of Katy’s Frosty Fiesta on June 22nd

Get ready to cool down and chill out at Frosty Fiesta in the historic Katy Town Square at Avenue C and Second Street from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on June 22nd. Escape the summer heat and indulge in a delightful array of frosty treats, from refreshing snow cones to tantalizing Italian ice and creamy ice cream. There's something to satisfy every craving, whether you're a fan of classic flavors or seeking something new and exciting. Plus, what better way to beat the heat than with your favorite popsicle in hand? While you're here, take a leisurely stroll around the square and discover the treasures our incredible shops have to offer. And when hunger strikes, be sure to swing by Southern Dough for a delicious bite to eat. But the fun doesn't stop there! Join us in chilling with esteemed council members, dedicated City employees, and fellow members of the Katy community. Free family-friendly event hosted by the City of Katy Parks & Recreation Department.

Imagine the fun you’ll have at ImagineNation Expo June 22-23

Step into a World of Wonder with LEGO®, superheroes, princesses, comics, funko pops, gourmet-themed foods and more at The ImagineNation Expo. The event will take place at the Merrell Center, 6301 S. Stadium Lane in Katy, on June 22 and 23 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Whether you want to pose with your favorite characters, show off your brick-building skills, or just have fun, this is the event for you. Tickets are now available and you may reserve your VIP Pass at

Katy area chamber to host economic summit on June 28

The Katy Area Economic Outlook Summit, set for June 28 from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Merrell Center, 6301 S. Stadium Lane in Katy, highlights one of the West Houston region’s major communities. This year’s event will provide economic updates from state leaders, explore how water infrastructure remains as important as ever, stories and opportunities from retired military leaders on crisis management within our communities, and hear updates on how the oil and natural gas industry has given back to the state’s economy. To register or for more information, go to