Fall Events in Sugar Land, Texas


The air is crisp and there’s a nice breeze outside which means fall has arrived in Sugar Land! When planning your visit, make sure to make a bucket list of the events you don’t want to miss in the Sweetest City in Texas. Welcome the fall season at Sugar Land Town Square with Fall Fest, participate in all the spooky and crafty celebrations at the Fort Bend Children’s Museum in October and celebrate el Dia de Los Muertos with mariachis and ballet Folklorico just to name a few must-attend festivities.

October Events

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Sensory Friendly Day 


October 3 | 10 a.m.-3 p.m. 

Fort Bend Children's Discovery Center

Experience the Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center in an atmosphere catered to children with autism and their families. You’re invited to experience the museum with dimmed lights, limited extra sounds, and no distracting motions during this private event. Extra signage is added to help visitors determine things not to climb on, and entrances between exhibits where it is good to stop and wait for an adult before continuing.  These unique events offer the following modifications: 

  • Less crowded environment 

  • Light and sound reduction 

  • Extra visual safety signage 

  • Designated quiet rooms 

Princess Ariel wearing a blue dress and smiing

Amazing Ariel 


October 8  | 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. 

Kidtropolis | Fort Bend Children's Discovery Center 

Ever wanted to meet a princess? Ariel visits the museum and is ready to pose and smile for your camera. Enjoy an interactive story time with the princess. Make your own DIY Mermaid Bookmark will be happening through-out the day. 

 

Fall into Reading WonderWeek 


October 4-8 

Fort Bend Children's Discovery Center 

Celebrate Halloween and reading with many on-going activities through-out the museum. All activities inspired by books and include Fox-Masks (make your own fox-mask), Paper Strip Pumpkins (make a 3-D pumpkin), Cornstarch Costumes (use cornstarch peanuts to make costume accessories). Don’t miss making all these bewitching projects! 

 

Geekbusters WonderWeek 


October 11-15 

Fort Bend Children's Discovery Center 

Enjoy a Halloween-themed celebration all week long! Ghostly on-going activities include Sponge Painted Ghosts, Flying Ghosts (craft a flying ghost with a paper cup), Ghost Bookmarks (DIY a ghostly page-saver) and Cornstarch Costumes (make your own costume accessories with cornstarch peanuts). 

 

Spooky Magic 


October 15 | 11 am. & 1 p.m. 

Kidtropolis | Fort Bend Children's Discovery Center

Witness magician Jamie Salinas put a spell on you with his scary tricks!  

Boy dressed up as a mad scientist

Creepy Concoctions WonderWeek 


Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center 

Get ready with your lab coat and goggles because this week is all about being a mad scientist! Mix up some ooey gooey concoctions and make your own creepy Halloween creations. On-going activities include Scary Spider Webs (weave a spider web), Witch’s Wand (make your own wand), Slimy Polymers (create slime) and Imagining Life (create creepy life forms). 

 

Vampire Time 


October 22 | 10 a.m.-1 p.m. 

Kidtropolis | Fort Bend Children's Discovery Center

Meet the friendly vampire Vampirina and take a photo with her during this meet and greet. Explore the world of Owl Pellet Dissections at the Art Academy area at  

 

Owl Pellet Dissections  


10:30 a.m. | 11:30 a.m. | 12:30 p.m. | 2:30 p.m. |3:30 p.m.  

Art Academy | Fort Bend Children's Discovery Center

Learn about how owls digest their food by dissecting an owl pellet.  

*You must sign up for this activity at the Welcome Center. 

 

Monster Mayhem WonderWeek 


October 29 

Fort Bend Children's Discovery Center

It’s officially Halloween week so enjoy all the terrifying activities around the museum! On-going activities include Paper Plate Monsters (make a friendly monster), Adopt a Monster (make a pet monster),  Paper Monster Headbands (make a creepy monster headband), Slimy Polymers (create slime) and Imagining Life (create creepy life forms). 

 

Slime Time 


October 29  | 10:30 a.m. | 11:30 a.m.| 12:30 a.m. | 2:30 p.m. | 3:30 p.m. 

Art Academy  | Fort Bend Children's Discovery Center

Learn how to make three different types of slime: monster ooze (fluffy slime), graveyard dirt (floam) and toxic waste (guar gum). 
 
*You must sign up for this activity at the Welcome Center. 

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Textoberfest


October 8 | 7:00 p.m.-11 p.m.

Constellation Field

Enjoy an evening at Constellation Field complete with a variety of Texas beer tastings, ballpark fare, on-field batting practice and more. 

Dia de los Muertos Exhibit and Celebration

Dia de los Muertos Exhibit  


Sugar Land Heritage Foundation 

October 24-November 5 

Visit the Heritage Foundation to witness the majestic altars created by local families to remember their ancestors who were part of Sugar Land’s history. The celebration continues in Sugar Land Town Square with music, exhibits and cultural  

 

Dia de los Muertos Celebration 


Sugar Land Town Square 

October 29 | 12 p.m.- 4 p.m. 

To honor the Mexican holiday, there will be traditional Mariachi and Ballet Folklorico performances, Aztec dancers, cultural exhibits, and family-friendly fun to celebrate the special meaning of this day. 

 

Selena Tribute Concert 


Sugar Land Town Square  

October 7 | 7:30- 9:30 p.m. 

Don’t miss The Tejano music queen double as she performs on the main stage in Sugar Land Town Square. Sing along her popular songs and dance like only Selena can. 

 

Garth Brooks Tribute Concert 


Sugar Land Town Square 

October 14 | 7:30 p.m.- 9:30 p.m. 

Nashville artist Adam Grant looks and sounds like Garth Brooks. Don’t miss his free show at the square! 

 

November Events

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Center Field Cinema Graphic

Center Field Cinema: “Encanto” 


Constellation Field 

November 3 | 7 p.m. 

Get the unique opportunity to watch the magical movie “Encanto” in the outfield with your family and friends. Get comfy with your blankets and chairs while you munch on food and drinks from the concession stands.

Constellation field full of 3 million holiday and themed lights

Sugar Land Holiday Lights 


Constellation Field | November 18-January 1 

Celebrate the season in the most magical way at the 8th annual Sugar Land Holiday Lights presented by Imperial Sugar. This sparkling wonderland features more than 3 million lights and numerous themed displays at Constellation Field.  You can also get some holiday shopping done with a variety of vendors, enjoy great food and meet Santa!  

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During your visit don’t forget to visit our kid-friendly restaurants, our top photo spots around the city and don't miss these ten things you must do while you visit "The Sweetest City" in Texas!


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